Patsy Lou King, 91, of Quincy passed away at 6:50 p.m. on Friday, December 10, 2021 at Kettering Troy hospital after a brief illness. She was born in St. Marys, Ohio on October 27, 1930 to the late Herbert Dale and Dorcas (Howell) Brewer.
She married Joseph K. King on July 10, 1949. They had a double wedding with her twin sister, Betsy and Myron (Bud) Coverstone. Pat and Joe were married for 66 wonderful years and blessed with four children.
She is survived by her children, Stephen King of Quincy and friend, Judy Gillfillen of Sidney, David King of Quincy, Mark King (Susan) of Sidney and Terri Roediger of Sidney. Grandchildren
Scott King of Westerville, Emily (Chris) Herbette, of Connecticut, Julie (Nathan) Frazee of Westerville, Nick King of Sidney, Chris (Jessica) King of Sidney and Elizabeth (Austin) Kleman of Bryan; great grandchildren Wesley Frazee, Eli Frazee, Ethan King, Grant King, and Trent King, Vivian Herbette and Jocelyn Kleman and numerous nieces and nephews.
She was proceeded in death by her parents, husband, twin sister Betsy Coverstone, sister Linda Manning.
Pat was a 1948 graduate of Perry Township. She attended Pemberton Methodist Church.
She was a true farmers’ wife, working alongside Joe, farming and milking. She took great pride in baking special occasion cakes for many people over the years. At one time she also tole painted as a hobby and gave her children priceless art work. Later in life she discovered fishing for salmon in Canada with Joe and her children.
When they were younger she and Betsy were known as “The Brewer Twins” and entertained at various events. They sang, played the accordions, danced, and preformed acrobatics. They were very well known in the area.
Friends may call on Friday December 17, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. to 12.00 (noon) at the Daring & Sanford Funeral Home in DeGraff, Ohio. Pastor Don Burley will officiate a funeral service following the viewing. Burial will be in Cedar Point Cemetery in Pasco, Ohio.
The staff of the Daring & Sanford Funeral Home in DeGraff is honored to serve the King family.
(authored by the family)