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Patricia A. Peltier

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Patricia Ann (Betts) Peltier of San Antonio, Texas passed away peacefully in her sleep on Monday, May 19, 2008. She was born August 25, 1949 to the parentage of Cosby and Margaret Betts in San Antonio, Texas. She had one brother Lawrence Wendell Betts. Her parents and brother preceded her in death. Patricia was a product of the local San Antonio schools. She united with Mt. Calvary Baptist Church at an early age, where she was actively involved in many of the activities over the years. Patricia traveled extensively with her parents in the military. During one of their assignments she met and married Sylvester Peltier (deceased). To this union three children were born. She leaves in the loving hands of God; her children: Kevin Peltier of Tacoma, Washington, Anthony Peltier and Monica Peltier of San Antonio, Texas; her grandchildren, Kaylah Renee Peltier and Tevin Joshua Peltier of Tacoma, Washington; Tyshun Maurice Peoples, Dontrey Rashaud Peoples and Deshunte Dupre Peoples of San Antonio; uncle, Windel Betts (Vivian) of Hughes Springs, Texas; niece, LawRece Betts; nephews, Rodney Betts of Amarillo, Texas, Michael Betts of Dallas, Texas and their childern; a host of cousins (including Edwina (James) Love Fanner and children); other relatives and friends.

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  1. Patricia and I became close friends when we met at Mount Calvary Baptist Church when we were both about 10 years old. We spent a lot of time together in her home and mine. At the time, their home was a short distance from Mount Calvary on Poinsettia; I lived around the corner on Burnet Street. I enjoyed the many visits and overnight stays in the Betts home. I was raised in a single-parent home, and have always felt the void of not having grown up with my father in the home … I still do. I especially cherish Mr. Betts for always making me feel at home and a part of the family; and Pat for sharing her Dad with me. Their tender-loving care, kindness and generosity filled the void I felt whenever I was in their presence. After our first year of high school at Highlands, Pat and I lost touch when I transferred to Brackenridge High School. We reconnected again as adults when we both worked at the University of the Incarnate Word (then Incarnate Word College) in late 1989/early 1990. During that time, I would give Pat a ride to work when she needed it. I enjoyed the time we spent together; it was so good to reconnect. I remember that her son played football for Sam Houston High School (I believe that’s the school he attended). I went to a few of the games at Alamo Stadium, and got such great pleasure out of hearing and watching Pat cheer her son on! She’d get so excited!! She was so proud of her children!!! Thank you, God, for Pat, her family, and all the memories I have reminisced about over the years. Pat, I shall never forget you; and I shall forever cherish the memories. I wish you sweet, sweet rest in Jesus, our Lord and Savior!!! Love, Beverly (White) Ellison

  2. Hello, its Monica. I have just started with the internet life. I just want to thank you for your kind words. I miss my Mom sooo much. Its taken me a long time to get “passed” her passing, and I have my hard days. Thank you

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