Patricia Lou Calvin

Patricia Lou Calvin, 89, of Excelsior Springs, Mo., passed away at Liberty Hospital on November 15, 2020 from complications of Covid 19.

Mrs. Patricia Calvin was born on November 18, 1930 in Kansas City, Mo., to Harry Bryan Turk and Bonnie Dimple (Neely) Turk.

Patricia graduated from Central High School in 1948 and graduated from cosmetology school the same year.

She was a member of P.E.O. Sisterhood and The First United Methodist Church of Excelsior Springs. She loved playing the piano and was an avid card player. Knitting has always been an important part of her life. Every grandchild received something she knitted especially for them. Cross country motorcycle trips with Harold were among her fondest memories. They loved life as evidenced by all the family activities — weekends on the lake, flying somewhere for lunch, camping with Trevor and Jeremy.

Patricia was proceeded in death by her parents; her husband, Dr. Harold E. Calvin; and her brother, H. Jack Turk.

She is survived by her children, Sharon (Dr. Kent) Powell, Dr. Dennis (Nancy) Calvin, Dr. Russell (Lynne) Calvin and Terry Calvin; grand children, Trevor (Heidi) Powell, Jeremy (Kimberly) Powell, Tim (Heather) Calvin , Patty (Russell) Friend, Cody (Catrina) Calvin, and Skylar (Kelly) Calvin; and great grandchildren, Madison Powell, Tristan Moore, Scout Powell, Zowie, Valhalla and Jack Friend, ImmyLu Calvin, Austin, Bentley, Elizabeth, Karmann, and Madison Calvin, Cody, Jr., Meadow and Juniper Calvin.

A visitation will begin at 12:00 p.m. with a Celebration of Life following at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, November 20, 2020 outside at The First United Methodist Church of Excelsior Springs, 1650 Rainbow Blvd., Excelsior Springs, MO.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the First United Methodist Church, 1650 Rainbow Blvd. Excelsior Springs, MO.

Arrangements in care of Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, Excelsior Springs.

Our Sincere Condolences

Condolences in your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
David Snider