Patricia De BoerPatricia De Boer, 59, Hawarden, Iowa, died Sunday, Aug. 9, 2009, following a 12-year battle with ovarian cancer. Patricia Ann “Pat” Kapp was born May 5, 1950, at Bismarck, N.D., the daughter of Edward and La Verne (Bosche) Kapp.
Patricia De Boer, 59, Hawarden, Iowa, died Sunday, Aug. 9, 2009, following a 12-year battle with ovarian cancer.
Patricia Ann “Pat” Kapp was born May 5, 1950, at Bismarck, N.D., the daughter of Edward and La Verne (Bosche) Kapp. She attended elementary school in Billings, Mont., then later moved to North Dakota and graduated high school at Medina, N.D. She attended Valley City (N.D.) State University before moving to Iowa. She married Ronald L. De Boer on Sept. 4, 1970, at Hawarden. She worked in health care, primarily in medical records for medical doctors, chiropractors and Hawarden Community Hospital.
She is survived by her husband; two sons, Todd (Nichole), Bismarck, and Mitch (Buffany), Wayne, Neb.; her mother, Hawarden; a sister, Nora (Collette) Schlecht, Medina; three brothers, Dale (Sharon), Eaton, Colo., Brad (Elizabeth), Jamestown, and Wayne, Medina; and four grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her father; a stepbrother, John Kapp; and her grandparents.
Services: 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Hawarden Community Church, Hawarden, with the Rev. Doug Baker officiating.
Prayer service: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the church.
Visitation: noon Wednesday at the church. Arrangements by Porter Funeral Homes, Hawarden.
Burial: Grace Hill Cemetery, Hawarden.
Online guestbook: www. porterfuneralhomes.com
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