Patricia Pero
Patricia Pero

Obituary of Patricia Lois Pero

  Patricia Pero, a wonderful shining light was extinguished on June 24, 2022 as a much loved mother, grandmother, great grandmother and great-great grandmother passed away of Alzheimer’s with her loving husband and family by her side.

  Patricia Lois (Pat) was born on November 18, 1936 in St. Paul, Minnesota to Richard and Beatrice Hayes.  Her parents moved her and her two sisters Geraldine and Susan to New Plymouth Idaho in 1947 where they farmed.  Pat graduated from New Plymouth High School in 1955.

  On November 12, 1955 she married Dan Pero.  In the first seven years of marriage they welcomed four children Diana, Richard, Danielle and David.  They moved to Prospect, OR in 1963 where they made so many memories, made several friends that became family and welcomed the last of five children Denise.

  In 1973, they made their journey to Middleton, ID where they spent the next 49 years together raising children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. 

  Pat spent many years in the work force working for JR Simplot and then retired from Hewlett-Packard.  But her greatest passion was babysitting her grandkids and great grandkids. 

 Pat is preceded in death by her parents and grandson Mitchell Pero.

  She is survived by her husband Dan, daughters Diana (Ken) Maurer, Danielle (Brett) Gould, Denise (Jamison) Chochrek, sons Richard Pero and David Pero. Her 19 grandkids, 32 great-grandkids, and two great-great-grandkids. Also survived by her siblings Geraldine Evans and Susan Dolphus, sister in-law Ruth Walker and several nieces and nephews. 

  A celebration of Patricia’s life will be on July 23, 2022 at 2pm at the home of Brett and Danielle Gould (27317 Middleton Rd., Middleton).  Condolences can be given at

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Celebration of Life

2:00 pm
Saturday, July 23, 2022
Brett and Danielle Gould's Home
27317 Middleton Road
Middleton, Idaho, United States
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