Patricia Ann Homer, passed away on 20 June 2013 at Ridgecrest Regional Hospital, in Ridgecrest, CA. She was born on 21 July 1939 in Ropesville, Tex., to Hubert (HH) and Wilma Luck Bevers.
Pat grew up in Ropesville and Amarillo before moving to Lovington, N.M., where she graduated from Lovington High School. She loved performing as a Cheer Leader for the Lovington Wildcats.
While in high school, she married Paul Homer. They were happily married for over 56 years.
After high school Pat and Paul moved to Socorro, NM, where Paul attended NM Tech.
After four years in Socorro, the family moved to China Lake and have lived in China Lake and Ridgecrest for more than 51 years.
Pat worked as a telephone operator while in Socorro, and later as a "fashion consultant" with the Wildflower Dress Shop in Ridgecrest. She finished her working career at the NWC Federal Credit Union, where she advanced from the receptionist to Special Assistant to the Manager over a 15 year span. Pat was a good trainer, and taught several new tellers and loan officers how to do their job.
Pat's community and service activities included the PTA and teacher's assistant, Cub Scout and Brownie Den Mother, WACOM, the Birthday Club, and the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority.
She especially enjoyed the Beta Sigma Phi holiday fashion shows, where she did both modeling and narrating.
Pat was preceded in death by her parents, H.H. and Wilma Luck Bevers, and by two brothers, Jerry L. and Jack W. Bevers.
Pat is survived by husband, Paul Homer, of Ridgecrest, daughter, Zindi Lou (Les) Bazemore, of Bakersfield, son Jony (Linda) Homer of Ridgecrest, son Karl (Angelina) Homer of San Diego, her brother Jimmy (Donna) of Show Low, Ariz., and brother Ted (Vicki) Bevers of Odessa, Tex., Aunt Mary Lee Bernard of Bakersfield, and many cousins, nephews, and nieces.
Pat was a loving and very proud Grandmother to grandchildren Trevor (Brandi) Bazemore of Bakersfield, Shelbey (Eric) Frias of Bakersfield, Allyson (Jason) Swen of Bakersfield, and Paul James Homer of Ridgecrest.
A memorial service will be held in Ridgecrest at a later date to be determined.
The family requests that donations in the memory of Pat be made to the China Lake Museum Foundation, P.O. Box 219, Ridgecrest, CA. 93556.