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PATRICIA PEACOCK The angles of Heaven celebrated, sang and wept as our Earthly angel, Patricia "Pat" Ann Monsegur Peacock, stepped through the veil into the arms of her beloved Jesus and loving late parents Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012. Now she is dancing and celebrating in her perfect immortal body with the Heavenly hosts, giving eternal praise to our Father God, forever free of all Earthly pain. Pat was born Feb. 7, 1945, in Morenci, Ariz., to her loving parents, Martin and Gloria Monsegur, who has preceded her to Heaven; along with her grandparents, Cipriano and Matilda Cueto, and Lorenzo and Victoria Abaurrea, who have been waiting at Heaven's gate for their beautiful child and grandchild to finally come home. She temporarily leaves behind here on Earth her husband, Roger Peacock, at their home in Tulsa, Okla.; her brother and sister-in-law, Michael and Randy Monsegur; niece, Melissa Monsegur, all of Tempe, Ariz.; nephews, Martie Monsegur of Gilbert, Ariz., and Mitchel Monsegur of Chandler, Ariz.; their families and children; along with countless friends; and, of course, Chloe, her loving, devoted and dedicated 10 pound Dachshund that remained by her every moment of her final battle. Pat's childhood home was in Clifton, Ariz., where she also enjoyed the family's summer home in Alpine, Ariz. After graduating from Clifton High School in 1963, she entered the University of Arizona, pursuing her degree and career in education. Along the way she decided teaching was not the ideal avenue for her, developing and avid interest in dentistry instead. She spent the next 30 years in the dental profession, managing offices and clinics in Washington state, Las Vegas for 15 years and Dallas for 10 years. Pat accepted Jesus while in college, becoming a devout born-again Christian. She participated in several evangelical ministries, including a prison ministry in California and Nevada, and serving as vice president, then president, of Women's Aglow in Las Vegas for several years. Her personal blessing and ministry was the gift of sacred dance which she shared in churches and Christian gatherings as the Lord directed. Thousands were blessed and uplifted at her beauty, grace, talent and devotion to the leading of the Holy Spirit. It was while she lived in Las Vegas, that she kept seeing and hearing a certain radio and TV personality, Roger. Through friends of her church and Bible study, they were introduced in 1984 and immediately realized God had placed them together. They were married in 1985. In 1986, they moved to Dallas, where she continued her ministry of sacred dance and her career in the dental industry. In 1989, Pat was stricken with multiple sclerosis, which soon prevented her from working. She retired the following year and enjoyed remaining at home, continuing her church activities and studies. In 1999, Pat and Roger moved to Tulsa, his hometown, where she continued her battle with multiple sclerosis. In September 2012, she was again hospitalized. While in the emergency room, the doctors discovered Pat was also suffering from stage four metastatic breast cancer, that had spread to her spine and skull. Pat is a divinely special, one-of-a-kind person, is dearly loved by her family and many, many friends and is often known as "Teeta," her special nickname. She's spoken of here in the present because she will always be with us in our hearts and spirit, remembering always her angelic eyes and smile, divine grace and nature and never saying an unkind word. From time-to-time, we will feel her presence in a gentle breeze on our cheek or watching a shooting star as it traverses the Heavens. We love you Pat, more than words or dreams can ever say and we'll always be with you. Visitation will be noon-9 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1. Second visitation noon-6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 2, both at Stanley's Funeral Home, 3959 E. 31st St., Tulsa, OK 74135, (918) 743-6271. A celebration of life will be, at 11 a.m. Monday, Dec. 3, at Giving Life Ministries, 416 Perlite Way, Henderson, in the chapel, officiated by her pastor, Dave Delaria. Burial to follow at Memorial Park Cemetery in Muskogee, Okla.

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