Patsy Marie Urbanovsky

19510908 –

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Patricia “Patsy” Marie Urbanovsky passed away Thursday, April 5, 2018. Family and friends will gather to celebrate her life of 66 years on Monday, April 16, 2018, at 10 AM at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. 

Patsy was a elementary school teacher in both Amarillo and Lubbock. She loved watching kids succeed. Amarillo is where she meet her soulmate Joe. She taught up until she married the love of her life Joseph Urbanovsky in their home on August 15th, 1980 in Lubbock TX. They loved each other so deeply, Joe stood by her side no matter what. He took such amazing care of Patsy. Even in her worst times she was always worried about Joe and taking care of him. They had a love others can only dream about. Together they shared nearly 42 years of life with each other. She spent several years helping Joe run several in home businesses, including Fiesta Park Self Storage, Homes and Land, and Urban Rentals.

She was such a sensitive, loving and caring person. She never meet a stranger and made truly lifelong friends. She was the definition of a true friend. 

Together they had two amazing children who they prayed for years to have. They were blessed with Julie Marie November 26th 1984 and then blessed by John Joseph July 2nd 1986. Her children were her pride and joy! She would do anything for them. Patsy was put on earth to be a mother, and she was the best mother around! She was a mother to so many people. And so very proud of the adults her kids became. She truly loved to love! Later Pasty would become a Grammy to her beloved Lily Marie (her namesake and best friend) and her little wild man Grayson Cruz (her cough drop loving redhead) They made her so happy and the love they shared is unlike any love out there. Being a Grammy completed her and made her life whole.

She was preceded in death by her parents, sister, Judy Neslage, and two brothers, John Neslage and Terry Neslage.

Patsy is survived by her husband, Joe; daughter, Julie Urbanovsky Guzman; son, John Urbanovsky; grandchildren, Lillian Marie Guzman and Grayson Guzman; and siblings, Fred Neslage, Jr., Robert Neslage, Bill Neslage, Tim Neslage, Tom Neslage, Marion Gerome, and Jean Wright.

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15 thoughts on “Patsy Marie Urbanovsky”

  1. Dear Joe, July and John,
    I want you all to know you are in our thoughts and prayers. I met Patsy 54 years ago over a plate of chocolate chip cookies my Mom had made. It was an instant friendship ! I loved this funny, caring, kind, and God loving lady. She loved her family and was so proud of her Kids and Grandkids. It was an honor to have her as my friend and I shall miss her late night calls and texts! Love you all, Debbie and Danny Stokes.

  2. I want to send my deepest, sincere condolences to you all. Patsy was/is such a huge blessing to so many of us. She had a heart of gold and shared it with everyone. In the almost 20 years I knew her she was like a second mom to me and I am forever grateful for that. She had a way of making everyone feel comfortable and I’ll never forget the late nights staying up and talking with her about anything and everything! Thank you for sharing her with us, my prayers are with you during this difficult time.
    With so much love,
    Maegan

  3. The thought of Patsy brings a smile. She was one of a kind. She had a beautiful spirit. Our thoughts and prayers are with you three. May God give you peace during this time.

  4. Dearest Julie, John, & Joe,
    My deepest condolences to you all. Patsy was a lovely lady inside and out, she will be sorely missed by so many that knew & loved her. Peace and blessings be with all of her family.

    Much love,
    Katie Cree

  5. Kellie McKinney

    Dear Joe, Julie and John
    My heart goes out to you all! Patsy is an angel! She was a beautiful person with a big heart! I was so very fond of her. She was so much fun and we could talk for hours! I loved your mama and wife and will miss her! Godbless you all!
    Love Kellie Stokes McKinney

  6. Patsy was my roommate at WTSU in Canyon, TX, our freshman year of college. She was a very real person and a great deal of fun. She had a wonderful sense of humor and kept many of us laughing. I loved being her FB friend these past few years. She was still so sweet, kind, loving, and uplifting. I am so sorry her family has lost her so soon. God bless all of you and strengthen you during this difficult time.

  7. Dear Joe, Julie and John,
    I have such fond memries of Patsy from school and Girl Scouts. She was so loving and caring, had the biggest smile and best laugh. I’ve enjoyed reconnecting with her through Facebook these past few years and will miss her posts, especially about her grandkids. I am honored that Patsy trusted me to make her grandson a baseball themed quilt – one of my all time favorite projects. May God bring you, her entire family and her many friends peace. She will certainly be missed.
    Love in Christ,
    Debbie (Ferrel) and Dennis Hickey, Pampa High School Class of ‘69

  8. To: Joe and the entire Urbanovsky family. My deepest condolences on the loss of Patsy. Will be thinking of you today and the days ahead as you make the adjustments that help heal the void she leaves behind. May God Bless each of you.

    Pat

  9. Dear Joe and the entire Urbanovsky Family: Will be thinking of you today and the days ahead as you adjust to the loss of Patsy. My deepest condolences.

    Pat

  10. Patsy will forever live in my memory as that light hearted young woman ready to share her quick smile and insightful viewpoint, when we were just learning to be grownups.

  11. Rick and Stacy Elliott

    Joe, Julie and John
    I am very sorry to learn about Patsy’s passing. I worked briefly at Dr. Wall’s office at the beginning of my counseling career. Patsy was such a sweet and thoughtful woman and she always made me feel “at home”. She had a gracious spirit and was a wonderful woman. She adored her children and her husband..blessings to you all.

  12. Deepest sympathy for all the family & close friends…I knew patsy in high school as I was in her brother Terry’s class and ran around some with him and her brother Tim.

  13. Janet Akst Martin

    While I have not been in contact with Patsy for many years, I was privileged to attend Catholic school with her for our first 8 yrs of school. I remember Patsy as always a kind, soothing personality, and someone I enjoyed spending time with. I remember getting to go spend Saturdays with her. I remember that Patsy had fun birthday parties, and I remember loving her homes- both the 2-story one then later the single story one. She was always so gracious and caring, as her obituary says.

    I’m pleased that she found the love of her life and had two children who obviously loved her deeply. I am pleased that she is now in our ultimate home, where worldly pain and problems do not exist. I am sad, however, for her loss. I’m sure her family and close friends grieve deeply. Patsy was a beautiful person even as a child. I loved being around her and her siblings. Thank you, Lord, for allowing me the years I had to spend with Patsy.

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