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Patricia Reiten Juffer

February 26, 1970 - December 5, 2020

Funeral Home Henry W. Anderson Mortuary, Apple Valley

Service Location Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church

Private services will be held in Apple Valley, MN with interment in the Petersburg, ND Cemetery at a later date.

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Posted by:
F Moga

Posted on:
December 10, 2020

I've had the great privilege of working with this lovely lady these past 5 or so years. She was a great scrub nurse and immensely entertaining. She was so much fun to work with. I'm very sorry to hear this and we send our love and prayers to her family.

Posted by:
Denise Winters

Posted on:
December 9, 2020

I was blessed to have been a co worker of Patrice's here in Las Vegas. It has been a long time since I have physically seen her.. Because of her impact, it seems like yesterday. I learned a lot from her. Courage and the ins and outs of Vegas. She was fun, and sometimes a pain in the butt. We had hard days and great days. We had each other's backs, Victoria, Me and Patrice. No matter what. She was also a good person. A kind person. Loving person. One of the smartest surgical technicians, I have ever know. Our Doc's at CSA were always in good hands. Soar and RIP, Patrice. So many will miss you.

Posted by:
Denise Winters

Posted on:
December 9, 2020

I wish this wasn't true. It is surreal I am so happy to have the opportunity to work along side her , here in Las Vegas. We were part of a dying breed. Private scrubs. She was so sharp, and sometimes a pain in the butt. But she knew her stuff more than so many. The Doc's knew they were in good hands. We had each other backs, Victoria, Patrice and I. I am sure Northwestern knew how very lucky they were to have had her on their staff the last twenty years. The quick fun witty comebacks, and not putting up with crap from others made her unforgettable. Then there was a sweet Patrice that many got to see. I got to see it. It has been so long since I saw her, but because of her impact, it feels like yesterday. I pray for all the family and dearest friends she left behind. Rock on Patrice. You are watching over those sweet babies now, and from what I heard you have raised amazing, mature girls. RIP sweet Momma.

Posted by:
Fredo Serrano

Posted on:
December 9, 2020

Many of us in Las Vegas remember Patrice like she was here yesterday. Her character, wit and charm can not be easily forgotten. I am fortunate to have recently reconnected with her and was so thrilled and exited for her new beginnings. I’m so saddened that the future was shortened but I know the last years were glorious for her. God bless her and all of us that loved her. My sincere condolences

Posted by:
Fannings

Posted on:
December 8, 2020

To all of you, We are all still so in shock as you are about losing dear Patricia! Our hearts and prayers go out to you for healing and peace. The lake will not be the same without her! We always enjoyed spending time with her out on the deck, talking about everyday things. She was always so fun to be around and could always make you laugh! The world has lost one of its "bright lights" too early, but we are thankful for having known her. Love, Laurie, Tom and Elena Fanning Albuquerque