Patricia Weingart "Patty" Kendrick
June 17, 1942  -  December 14, 2018

Patricia Weingart "Patty" Kendrick

First Christian Church
319 West Laurel
Independence, KS  67301
Thursday, December 27, 2018
11:00am
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Open Arms Ministry
319 West Laurel
INDEPENDENCE, KS  67301

Patricia ‘Patty’ Weingart Kendrick, 76, of Independence passed away Friday, December 14, 2018 at her home in Independence.
Cremation has taken place. A celebration of life services will be held at the First Christian Church in Independence Thursday, December 27, 2018 at 11:00 am with the Pastor Mark Lyon. officiating under the direction of Potts Chapel. There will be no graveside service.
A memorial has been established for Open Arms Ministry, a local organization that provides meals and clothing to those in need.
Patricia Weingart Kendrick was born on June 17, 1942 in Dearing, Kansas. She was the daughter of Charles and Mahalia Mae (Jackson) Weingart. Patty married James Riley Fitzpatrick and they were later divorced.
On June 17, 1980 she was united in marriage to Donald Kendrick, Sr., in Las Vegas, Nevada. In her early career, Patty was a beautician, and later managed the finances for Kendrick family businesses. Patty was passionate about maintaining her home, koi pond, and many flower beds. Patty was a member and former deacon at the First Christian Church in Independence.
Patty was survived by one stepson, Bud Kendrick; three grandchildren, Travis (Tonya) Kendrick of Independence, Katy (David) Loganbill of Tulsa, and Laura (Justin) Engels of Lawrence; and three great-grandchildren, Bryce and Lilliana Kendrick, of Independence, and Thomas Loganbill, of Tulsa.
Preceding her in death were her son, Jim Fitzpatrick; her husband, Don Kendrick, Sr.; her stepson, Bradley Kendrick; her stepdaughter, Debra Kendrick; and three great-grandchildren.


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  1. LJ
    Denver, CO

    I am truly sorry for your loss. When we are faced with unbearable pain, we can find comfort in the hope found in the Bible. God promises to comfort us in all our trials. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) He promises that those who have fallen asleep in death will have the prospect of living forever in paradise. “And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection.“ (Acts 24:15) There will be a resurrection, and those who are brought back will not worry about sickness, pain, or death. (Revelation 21:4) May this hope comfort your greiving hearts at this difficult time.

  2. Suzanne McManus
    Coffeyville, KS

    Thank you, good friend.

  3. Sally McDiarmid
    Milton, FL

    Sending thoughts and prayers to the family, Patty was a sweet lady she will be greatly missed.
    Vince & Sally McDiarmid

  4. Grady Miller
    Independence, KS

    You are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. I always enjoyed visiting Don and Patty at the service station and car wash. We had lots of good laughs. "I'm back home in the house of God for the rest of my life." Psalm 23:6b (MSG). Grady Miller

  5. LAURA LINGENFELTER
    INDEPENDENCE, KS

    Patty you are so missed. I will miss our texts messages that we shared. I will also miss my neighborhood watch that you provided so well for me and my family! That flash of your black car flying by the house and that beep of the horn and that lovely smile and wave everytime you went by. To your family i am so sorry for your loss i only new patty for a short time but in that short time she was a blessing. Thoughts and prayers to you all in this time of grief.

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