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Patricia Paula (Horning) Scheick
February 23, 1960 ~ February 12, 2022 (age 61) 61 Years Old
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Patricia Paula Scheick (Horning) was born on February 23, 1960, in Denver, Colorado to Mary Anina Hansen and Donald Brancio. She never met her father but was adopted by David Sether Horning in 1963. Patricia (Tricia), her parents, and her younger siblings, Laura and Julie, lived a happy life in multiple Colorado cities to include Denver, Montbello, Aurora, and Brighton.
Tricia graduated from Brighton High School in 1978 with her best friends, Colleen, Nancy, Cheryl, Celeste, Deb, Laurie, Cliff, and Van. She then started working for Frontier Airlines. To coworkers, Tricia was well known as the Web Master and ended her career with Frontier as a Quality Assurance Engineer. Working in the travel industry brought Tricia so much joy. She was amazing at her job and loved helping others.
Tricia met the love of her life, Phil, in 1978. They were happily married on June 23, 1984 and bought their first home together shortly thereafter. They built a beautiful family with two daughters; Kyla born in June 1987 and Emily in May 1990. That first house became a forever home where the family shared memories of holidays, birthdays, family gatherings, and graduations. In 2021, Tricia and Phil celebrated 37 years of love and marriage.Tricia was very proud of her husband and enjoyed watching her two daughters grow into amazing women. The Scheick family also shared an infinite love for four-legged creatures by caring for multiple dogs and cats over the years.
Tricia was warmhearted, treating everyone with care and compassion. She always had nice things to say about others and her almost constant smile gave her a positive outlook on life. Tricia prioritized everyone’s happiness and always had a silly joke to tell. Her most frequent saying was, “This too shall pass,” whether referring to something good or bad.
We will continue to live by that motto and carry it with us today. Because of Tricia’s legacy, we will embrace our love for her today, knowing this sadness will pass and remembering tomorrow is a new day. Patricia Paula Scheick will be remembered for her kindness, joy and zest for life, and for her loving and encouraging heart.
Tricia is survived by her husband Phil Scheick of Broomfield, CO; two daughters, Kyla Bullock (Daniel Bullock) of Englewood, CO and Emily Scheick (Nick Ruby) of Orlando, FL; step-daughter Mandi Ciacelli-Brown (Scott Brown) of Monroe, MI; one sibling, Laura Kloewer (Rob Kloewer) and nephew Seth Horning of Centennial, CO, along with many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Tricia is preceded in death by parents Mary and Dave Horning, one sibling, Julie Horning, grandparents, Walter and Mirla Hansen; mother and father-in-law, Gayle and Gorland Patterfritz; sister-in-law, Mary Scheick; along with aunts, uncles, and cousins.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be directed to The Denver Hospice (8289 E Lowry Blvd, Denver, CO 80230) in Memory of Patricia Scheick.
A celebration of life will be held at The Broomfield Community Center, located at 280 Spader Way, Broomfield, CO on Saturday, February 26, 2022 at 11am with reception to follow.