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Elizabeth Ann Seton. She was a member of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton parish. Pat is survived by her sons, Gregory of Littleton, Colo. and Robert (Kim) of Beatrice; daughters, Suzanne (Bill) Burbach, Stephanie (Steve) Branch, and Jacki (Bob) Karre, all of North Platte and Maureen (Mike) Harlander of Chanhassen, Minn.; daughter-in-law, Linda Sexton; 20 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren; two step-great-grandchildren; sister, Rose Ann Ott of Lakewood, Colo.; and other family. She was preceded חברת סיעוד מתן in death by her parents; husband, Jack; brothers, Bill and Robert; and sisters, Veronica Heelan, Mary Haigler, Regis Bliss, and Jacqueline Ryan. Mass of Christian Burial was held April 24 at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton''s Catholic Church with Rev. Mark Seiker as celebrant. Burial followed at Ft.

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