Anne Patrice (Pat) Gough

Pat Gough, 61, of Overland Park, Kansas, passed away, Sunday, May 8, 2011, at Overland Park Regional Medical Center.  

 

Pat was born in Kansas City, Kansas, to Harold and Martha Aita. She was a member of Good Shepherd Catholic Church. She along with her husband, Marty, have operated Gough Memorial Engraving since 1987.

 

She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Marty Aita. She is survived by her husband, Marty; three daughters, Melissa Gough, of Overland Park, Kansas, Joann Gough-Stallbaumer, of Topeka, Kansas, and Dr. Christina Gough, of Overland Park, Kansas; two sisters, Suzanne Monteil, of Kansas City, Kansas, and Monica Miller, of Kalona, Iowa; 10 grandchildren, Ashley Gough, Kacey Hunter, Macy Gough, Hope Gough, William Hunter, Lexy Gough, Brady Lindeen, Jade Tonjes, Rylan Gough-Stallbaumer, and Michaela Ledford; a great granddaughter, Josie Burge and two step-grandchildren, Jessica Stallbaumer and Adriene Jesseppe.

 

In lieu flowers, the family suggests contributions to:

 

Good Shepherd Guardian Angel Fund

12800 W. 75th Street

Shawnee, Kansas 66216

 

or

 

City Union Mission

1100 E. 11th Street

Kansas City, Missouri 64106

or online at www.cumission.org

 

or

 

American Stroke Foundation

5960 Dearborn Street, Suite 100

Mission, Kansas 66202

or online at www.americanstroke.org

 

 

Visitation and Funeral Mass

 

Visitation will be from 6:00-8:00 p.m., Tuesday, May 10, 2011, at Good Shepherd Catholic Church, 12800 W. 75th Street, Shawnee, Kansas.  A Mass of Christian Burial will be at 1 p.m., Wednesday, May 11, 2011, at the church, with private burial in Resurrection Cemetery. 


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13 Comments on “Anne Patrice (Pat) Gough”

  1. Mark Says:

    We’re so glad Pat could be a communion minister for our wedding many years ago. She was a very special person. We extend our deepest sympathies to the entire family.

    Mark and Anne Smith

  2. Anita Lemmon Says:

    Marty & Girls, My deepest sympathies to you all. I am just thinking of Uncle Bud slapping Pat on the back with that big deep laugh of his, saying welcome to heaven. Your loss is their gain.
    May she rest in eternal peace. Lonnie and Anita

  3. Erin Smith Says:

    Dear Missy and Family;
    I heard the news today at school from Lexy, i felt terrible, especially since i planned to visit her today. What a terrible way to spend a mothers day, my Grandma spent this Mothers Day without her son, and my Mom without her brother, it has been a bad time. I want you to know, that I am always here for comfort, please come to me if you need it. May God be with you and your family during this hard time.
    You have my number; give me a call. And remember; She is at the right hand of the Father now.

    Love,
    Erin Smith

  4. Merlyn and Judy Sundvold Says:

    We want to extend our deepest sympathy in the loss of your wife, mother and grandmother. We don’t know you personally, but we do know your daughter Chris. Chris is a beautiful person and we know that she must be like her mother. Derek, our nephew, has told us that she was a fun and lovable person. It is very difficult in losing a parent – I just lost my Dad. Some days will be good and then some days are rough. Just pray to God that he will give you strength to handle it. Remember all the good times and I’m sure there are many. God Bless You All!!
    Merlyn and Judy Sundvold

  5. Sandy (Bohnert) John Says:

    I am so sad to hear about the loss of such a great lady. I always remember being at your house as a little girl and feeling like I was part of the family. Your mom could fill a room with her friendly, welcoming smile. I will pray for all of you and for your mom. I am so sorry for your loss and sadness.

    Sandy John

  6. Ken Johnson Says:

    Marty, Melissa, Chris, Joey – Saying a prayer for your family.

  7. Amy & John Ruo Says:

    Marty and family –

    We are so sorry to hear of Pat’s death. She was such a happy, beautiful woman and we feel so grateful to have known her.

    May all of your happy memories sustain you though this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are will you all.

    Sincerely,
    Amy, John, Toni & Philip Ruo

  8. Dennis Hampton Says:

    To Marty and the girls –
    We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Dennis and Yvette Hampton

  9. Ted Freese Says:

    Pat went to Bishop Miege with me and was also a fellow member of the Good Shepherd Family, she was always a positive person with a great smile to greet you and would boost your spirits.

    God Bless

  10. Nancy & Bill Moylan Says:

    Marty and family –

    May you know the comfort of friends as you face the future without Pat’s loving presence. She remains with you in so many other ways.

    As a part of your extended GIFT family, please accept our blessings and love and prayers, unending.

    Loving hugs,
    Nancy & Bill

  11. Mike Piper Says:

    Marty and family,

    You are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. May the LORD be with you all.

    Mike & Jami Piper
    Piper Funeral Home
    St. Marys, Kansas

  12. Barbara Cordts Says:

    Dear Marty & Family,

    I have been praying that the loving arms of God surround you and your family at this time.
    I always appreciated the prayerful insights Pat offered at our GIFT New Year’s celebrations. She had a wonderful presence and spirit.

    Blessings of Peace,

    Barbara

  13. Deb Smith Says:

    Dear Missy and Beautiful Family —
    Deepest sympathy extended to you and your family. You know we will continue to pray for you, and pray for thanks that your Mom is not suffering anymore.
    Our love…
    Deb, Bruce, Ryan and Erin Smith

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