Patricia Ann Swyers Leavitt
11/11/2021

Patricia Ann Swyers Leavitt
Pat joined her Heavenly Father on November 11, 2021, after a long battle with cancer. Pat was born on June 23, 1944 to Jennie Swyers Thompson (McKnight) & Terry Swyers Sr. in Mesquite Nevada.

She married her best friend Nolan Leavitt on April 21, 1963, in Las Vegas, Nevada and was later sealed in the St. George, Utah Temple.

Pat had many different joys in her life, but her 5 children and family ranked highest. Her love and kindness were far reaching, she never met a stranger in life. Pat and Nolan raised their family in Las Vegas and retired to St. George, Utah and eventually bought a little farm in Logandale, Nevada. Pat was a fantastic cook, she loved sharing her talent and was a local star at Leavitt’s Kitchen Center. She would say that being in her kitchen was her “Disneyland”. She was a very smart businesswoman. Pat had a fantastic sense of style and loved interior design and helped many people decorate their homes.

Of the many ventures she started, the most impactful business, magnifying her natural gifts of generosity, compassion and empathy was her dōTERRA essential oil business. Her reach was influential far and truly worldwide.

She is survived by her spouse of 58 years, Nolan Leavitt, her children Wendy James, Scott Leavitt his spouse Shanna Leavitt, Sean Leavitt, Ryan Leavitt and Rachel Laub her spouse Chad Laub. Her grandchildren Brandon,Ty and Zackary James, Ayden and Addison Leavitt, Halie Lamb (Laub) Chase, Colby and Carson Laub.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Jennie and Terry Swyers, siblings Faye Barton, Terry Swyers Jr. and son-in-law Rob James.

A celebration of Pat Leavitt’s life will be held on Tuesday, November 16, 2021.
Dedication of the grave at 12:00 noon at Tonaquint Cemetery 1777 S Dixie Drive, St. George, Ut 84770.

At 1:00 pm a short program and memory filled luncheon to follow at the LDS Stake Center.

In lieu of flowers please consider donating to The Healing Hands Foundation at https://doterrahealinghands.org/donate

Arrangements are made under the direction of Spilsbury Mortuary, 110 S Bluff Street, St. George, Utah. 435-673-2454. Family and friends are invited to sign Patricia’s online guest book at www.spilsburymortuary.com.

Services

Visitation

Second Visitation

Services

12:00 pm
11/16/2021

Address

Dedication of the Grave
Tonaquint Cemetery
1777 S Dixie Drive
St. George, Utah

Celebration of Life
1:00 pm
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Stake Center
595 N 2450 E
St. George, Utah

Cemetery

12:00 pm
11/16/2021
Tonaquint Cemetery
1777 S Dixie Drive
St. George, Utah

Guest Book

5 Responses

  1. Pat had a servants heart. She was always available to help us through difficulties with our daughters health. Her knowledge and generosity blessed our lives. We are forever grateful. Pat sent my daughter unexpected packages of vitamins and oils to help her with her arthritis. I can’t tell you how much that meant to my little girl. We will miss her. May sweet memories bring you all peace and comfort now and always.

  2. Thank you Pat for all the help you were to me and several of my neighbors in Canyon Cove with Doterra. I have several of the oils thanks to you for your help. We loved Nolan when he was our Branch Pres. We wish your family peace and comfort and pray for them. We love you and Nolan.

  3. Pat is a very special person who touched many lives! We at the DRMC WC were very fortunate to get to know and love her! She touched all of us and helped us be better people for knowing her! We were fortunate to receive many recipes and recommendations for better baking from Pat and will continue to think of her often while we utilize what she taught and shared with us as we cook and bake. Unfortunately, where there is great love, there is also great loss…please accept our love and support for you, her family during this difficult transition. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

  4. To know Pat was to love her. She had such a beautiful smile and always a warm welcome.
    My love and sympathy to Nolan and family.

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