Patricia Eileen Mullet Biswell was born in Chicago, Illinois, on April 15th, 1953, to John Edward Mullet and Karla May Dalton. She was raised by Arthur Ray Palmer and Veda Dalton Palmer. She grew up helping on her parent’s farm in Howard, Kansas, where she learned the value of hard work and dedication. She attended Ft. Scott Community College and graduated in May of 1972 as a Licensed Practical Nurse. On December 27, 1974, she married Robert Gene Biswell in Eureka, Kansas. In May of 1991 she received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Central Oklahoma.
Patricia was very proud of her nursing career and it was her passion and what she loved to do. She showed compassion and love to everyone she came in contact with. She particularly enjoyed her nearly 20 years working at Deaconess Hospital on the oncology floor. She attended Crossings Community Church since 1987, and this was her church home. Patricia is preceded in death by her parents, A. Ray and Veda Palmer; her biological parents; her precious babies, Kathryn Eillen Biswell and Robert Gene Biswell Jr.; her brother John Daniel Mullet and sister Lynette McKenney.
She is survived by her daughter Katy Anne Sissons and husband Jeffrey Sissons; two grandchildren, Kody and Kennedy; and a sister Marie Holloway.
The family would like to thank Dr. Nicholas Sloat, Dr. Randy Allen, Nurse Heather, and the entire staff of the St. Anthony’s ICU. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to the Crossings Community Church Benevolence Fund, or the charity of your choice.
Visitation will be at Matthews Funeral Home Tuesday, July 7th from 5:00-8:00 PM. Funeral Services will be 10:00 AM, Wednesday, July 8th at Crossings Community Church, with burial to follow at Gracelawn Cemetery.
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KATY, JEFF, KODY & KENNEDY:
WE WANTED YOU ALL TO KNOW HOW SORRY WE ARE FOR THE LOSS OF YOUR MOM. SHE WAS DEDICATED TO SO MANY AREAS OF LIFE AND WAS A GREAT EXAMPLE FOR ALL OF YOU TO FOLLOW. KATY, HOW THANKFUL I AM SHE AND THE LORD BROUGHT YOU INTO THIS WORLD. MAY THE PEACE WHICH GOD PROMISES BE WITH YOU AND REST IN THE ASSURANCE THAT EVEN THOUGH HER RACE IS FINISHED, HER VICTORY WILL BE EXPERIENCED BY HER FOREVER. WE ARE HERE FOR YOU. LOVE YOU MUCH DAD, GENA & GRANDMA.
Katy, Jeff and babies:
To be absent in body is to be present in Christ….so sorry for your loss of your Moma, I can feel your
loss. However let your faith hold you secure in your thoughts that Pat is finally home, waiting for you, to join her. Praying for you to find peace, and comfort from the Holy Spirit. We will see you soon, and will be “celebrating Pat home with you on Wednesday”.
A part of me..
Aunt Diane and Don
So sorry for your loss. Pat was a sweet lady
Katy, Jeff, Kody and Kennedy; Patricia was the sweetest little girl you would ever want to know and I was thrilled when she contacted me a few years ago and we became “friends” on facebook. It was so wonderful to see her relationship with her precious grandchildren. The last time I saw her, she was a young lady, a very beautiful young lady and I moved away to California never to see her again. I am sorry for that. The day she passed away, I prayed to God to give her strength and if it was his will to let her survive; to please make her whole; and if he decided to take her home to let her go peacefully and without struggle. I know you made this possible Katy and I know this was very difficult for you. Take care; give little Holly Berry lots of love and know that Patricia was loved. Her aunt, Eileen Youngs.
I just read Pat’s obituary and it was lovely. She was a beautiful lady and a friend I met at Shartel Church of God. We still stayed in touch when she moved and started to Crossings. I often prayed for her when she was in pain. I loved her spirituality and her love for her Savior and especially her grandchildren whom she adored and loved deeply. You were blessed with a wonderful Mother who loved you dearly. I just wish that I could have spent more time with her. It seems as we get older we get wrapped up in our own lives!
I often chatted with her on FB. Sorry I didn’t make the services. I just returned from a trip and had Dr. appointments. You are in my prayers. Thanks for sharing the lovely pictures on FB. I really loved them and the one of her in her nurse uniform. Love and prayers, Miss Melba Jane