Patricia Anne Viker
Saturday, August 13, 1949
Date of Death:
Thursday, October 22, 2020
71 years old
Patricia Anne Viker
Patricia Anne (Ryan) Viker , 71, of Ryan’s Bay, MN died Thursday, October 22, 2020, at Cottagewood Senior Communities, Rochester, MN.
Patricia was born August 13, 1949, in Rochester, MN to Stanley and Delores (Majerus) Ryan. She graduated from Lourdes High School in 1967. On May 22, 1976, she married Larry Gene Viker at The Congregational Church in Rochester, MN. The couple lived in Rochester before moving to Ryan’s Bay where they resided until she entered Cottagewood in 2017.
Patricia worked at Creditor Services of Rochester for many years before beginning her career at Mayo Clinic in the Business Office where she worked for 23 years. She often commented “I Love My Job”.
She loved Monday Night Gatherings with the family, fishing, walking, music, dancing, and antiquing.
She is survived by her husband, Larry Viker; brothers: Mike (Pat) Ryan of Fargo, ND, Jim (Gaylene) Ryan of Rochester, Larry Johnson of Champlin, MN, Dan (Margret) Ryan of Ryan’s Bay, and Tom (Jill) Ryan of Rochester. And she was loved by many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents, and sister, Linda (Ryan) Johnson.
A celebration of life is anticipated for the Summer of 2021.
A special thank you to all of our Ryan’s Bay friends who cared for Patricia over the years.The family expresses gratitude for her care given by the staff of Cottagewood 7 and Heartland Hospice.
Memorials are preferred to the Cottagewood 7 Senior Communities.
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So sorry for your lose. I worked with Patricia at Mayo Clinic Registration Department. She was a hard worker and I know she truly loved her job. She was always willing to go that extra mile to teach people new things. She will be missed. God Bless the family. Sandy
So sorry for your loss Larry.