Patty was born to William R. Cyr and Sadie M. Cyr in Spokane Washington, on December 28th, 1953. Her family moved to Othello before Patty was born, where her dad built houses and ended up buying Eddie’s Tavern. The family bought their house on Spruce Street in 1965. Patty would find her way back to the Spruce Street house to raise her own family. Patty met the love of her life while managing the Lion’s Park Apartment complex. Through her marriage to Jack Peppler on November 26th, 1994, Patty gained the title of wife and mother. Patty was involved and lent a hand to many, touching the lives of countless people. She made many friends through her hard work habits and jobs. Ranging from working at the Pub, managing apartments, school maintenance, and kitchen help at the 19th Hole Bar and Grill. Patty was a caring woman and a mom to many. Nothing made her more happy than being with her family and friends. Patty opened up her home to many children over the years, including her nephews, her friends’ children, and kids that were friends of her own children. She always considered these children like one of her own. The family bought land in Hawaii in 1997. Jack and Patty would vacation there every year. She loved Hawaii and would have moved there if she didn’t love all her grandchildren so much. Patty is survived by her husband Jack Peppler; her children and spouses Andrea (Robert) Novak, Jason (Jennifer) Peppler, Alyssa (Jed) Pauley, Ryan (Carlan) Peppler, Chantel (Jay) Park, and Zack (Molly) Peppler; along with 17 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild. In addition she is survived by her siblings Suzi Cyr and Billy Cyr and countless nephews. Patty is preceded in death by her parents and brother, Mike Cyr. As Patty’s wish, a small service will be held in her honor in Othello at Steven’s Funeral Home, July 20th at 11am.