Pansy Addington

Pansy Addington

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View Service FolderPansy Lee Dunlap Addington passed to the great beyond on Sunday, August 16, 2020. She was surrounded by her children and grandchildren and was at home — just as she wanted.Pansy and her twin sister were born on the Ward Ranch in Stonewall County, Texas on October 16, 1928, the youngest of 5 children. She was born just before midnightand nearly had a separate birthday. Her brother, J. C., rode horseback to get the doctor, who barely made it to the house in time. They were his 22nd set of twinsand he gave them their names: Pansy Lee and Peggy Lou.She was a Texan by birth and to the core, however, her heart and home were Wyoming for the past 50 years. She never met a stranger and many becamelifelong friends. She was our go to person to help us remember dates, names and faces. Small in stature but tough as nails — no matter her age, we learned quicklynot to cross her. Quick to make someone one of her famous pecan pies, she brightened many lives and always had a story to tell or a listening ear to lend.Pansy loved to dance, play cards and eat fried chicken on Sundays. Most of all, she loved to have a cup of coffee with a friend and spend time with her family.Pansy is preceded in death by her husband, Robert and his parents Effie and Frank Addington, her parents Jessie and John Dunlap, her brothers J. C. And Barney andher sisters Dorothy and Peggy. She is survived by her children, Frankie Addington (Bill Moore), Nancy Cervi, John Addington, Laura Addington (John Marinan) andTed Addington (Catherine) and her grandchildren, Sabre and Stirling Moore, Riley and Jackson Addington, many nieces, nephews and cousins.She passed away exactly as she lived her life — on her own terms.In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Carter County Museum, PO Box 445, Ekalaka, Montana. Pansy, who was thrilled to be a grandmother, always enjoyedthis little town, which reminded her of growing up in Texas. The family invites you as well to share memories of Pansy on her memorial Facebook page.Kane Funeral Home has been entrusted with local arrangements.

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The family will hold a Celebration of life at a later date when the Covid crisis is under control.


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