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Patricia J. Lindsey

October 1, 1924 – July 7, 2021


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Patricia J. Lindsey of Mesa, Arizona (formerly Tonto Basin, Arizona), passed away Wednesday morning, July 7, 2021 at the age of 96.

Born October 1, 1924 in Floral, Kansas, she was the daughter of Theodore and Faith (Dicken) Elliott.  She was raised and received her education in Winfield, Kansas.  She moved to Colorado in 1946 and lived there for 11 years and then moved to Arizona 1954.

She worked as a book-keeper and secretary in different accounting offices throughout her life.

She was a member of the LDS Church in Mesa and previously in Tonto Basin. She loved to help out in any way she could for the Relief Society.

She was a member of the Kiwanis Club 1987-2001 in Tonto Basin. She volunteered for the Tonto Basin Fire District Auxiliary helping start up the Fire Department & for Hospice in Payson, Arizona area 2002-2011.

She loved spending time with all her family and friends, she was a real people person.  She was adored and loved by all!  She enjoyed fishing, cooking, sewing, crocheting, playing cards and putting together puzzles.

She is survived by her brother and his wife Rodney & Dorothy Elliott, her children:  Judy Aaron (Keith), Jerry Burbridge and Loal Bubridge (Rachel), step-children: David, Pam and Violet (Jody), her 19 grandchildren, 34 great grandchildren and 15 great-great grandchildren along with many extended family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents Faith Slocum & Theodore Elliott, her husbands:  Fredrick R. Bartlett Jr., Virgil Burbridge, Edward Ciolli and Boyd Lindsey, her brother Gerald Elliott, her son Charles Burbridge, her great grandson Raymond R. Ruiz III, her great-great granddaughter Nora Granados, her step-son John Ciolli, her step-daughters Joan & Terry and her daughter-in-law Anne Burbridge.

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  1. Larenda Roberts says:

    Miss Pat, as I called her, loved purple. Her room had purple flowers and linens, and she often dressed in purple. She used to talk to me of the great blessings in her life, especially her large and loving family. Pat often spoke about her love for God and her faith in Him. She had a very interesting life and saw many changes in the world. I will miss going to see her. Love to all her grieving family, especially Judy and Keith Aaron.

  2. Christina says:

    We’re broken hearted to say goodbye and forever grateful for knowing you! Safe journey home to Heaven Aunt Pat.

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Patricia J. Lindsey

October 1, 1924 – July 7, 2021


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Patricia J. Lindsey of Mesa, Arizona (formerly Tonto Basin, Arizona), passed away Wednesday morning, July 7, 2021 at the age of 96.

Born October 1, 1924 in Floral, Kansas, she was the daughter of Theodore and Faith (Dicken) Elliott.  She was raised and received her education in Winfield, Kansas.  She moved to Colorado in 1946 and lived there for 11 years and then moved to Arizona 1954.

She worked as a book-keeper and secretary in different accounting offices throughout her life.

She was a member of the LDS Church in Mesa and previously in Tonto Basin. She loved to help out in any way she could for the Relief Society.

She was a member of the Kiwanis Club 1987-2001 in Tonto Basin. She volunteered for the Tonto Basin Fire District Auxiliary helping start up the Fire Department & for Hospice in Payson, Arizona area 2002-2011.

She loved spending time with all her family and friends, she was a real people person.  She was adored and loved by all!  She enjoyed fishing, cooking, sewing, crocheting, playing cards and putting together puzzles.

She is survived by her brother and his wife Rodney & Dorothy Elliott, her children:  Judy Aaron (Keith), Jerry Burbridge and Loal Bubridge (Rachel), step-children: David, Pam and Violet (Jody), her 19 grandchildren, 34 great grandchildren and 15 great-great grandchildren along with many extended family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents Faith Slocum & Theodore Elliott, her husbands:  Fredrick R. Bartlett Jr., Virgil Burbridge, Edward Ciolli and Boyd Lindsey, her brother Gerald Elliott, her son Charles Burbridge, her great grandson Raymond R. Ruiz III, her great-great granddaughter Nora Granados, her step-son John Ciolli, her step-daughters Joan & Terry and her daughter-in-law Anne Burbridge.

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2 responses to “Patricia J. Lindsey”

  1. Larenda Roberts says:

    Miss Pat, as I called her, loved purple. Her room had purple flowers and linens, and she often dressed in purple. She used to talk to me of the great blessings in her life, especially her large and loving family. Pat often spoke about her love for God and her faith in Him. She had a very interesting life and saw many changes in the world. I will miss going to see her. Love to all her grieving family, especially Judy and Keith Aaron.

  2. Christina says:

    We’re broken hearted to say goodbye and forever grateful for knowing you! Safe journey home to Heaven Aunt Pat.

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