In Memory of

Patricia

Stewart

Brandkamp

Obituary for Patricia Stewart Brandkamp

Patricia Ann (Stewart) Brandkamp, 76, of Springdale, Arkansas, departed this life on September 29, 2020 after a short battle with ovarian cancer. She was born to Sanlen “Sam” and Ionia “Bea” Stewart in Columbus, Georgia on February 20, 1944. Patricia was preceded in death by her husband of 34 years, Michael Brandkamp, her brother, David Stewart, and her parents.

She volunteered with many organizations over the years and especially loved the theater. She appeared in numerous productions at the Arts Center of the Ozarks as well as two movies. She was a devoted supporter of missions. Her hobbies were reading, needlework and stained glass. She enjoyed fishing, camping, traveling, skiing, and Christian studies.

She is survived by her dear friend Steven Jones and her brothers, Samuel “Sam” Stewart (Nancy) and Dr. Robert “Bob” Stewart (Stephanie) both of New Braunfels, Texas and William “Bill” Stewart (Judi) of Savannah Georgia.

She is also survived by her daughter Beckwith Campbell (Brian Zamzow) of Springdale, and her sons David Brandkamp of Springdale and Spencer Brandkamp (Lanelle) of Rogers.

She was the proud grandmother of 10 grandchildren, Sarah Keech (Joel) of Conway, Mitchell Mustain of Phoenix, Arizona, Matt Mustain (Hannah) of Bella Vista, Katharine Campbell of Little Rock, Michael Brandkamp of Rogers, Sonny Brandkamp of Springdale, Addison Brandkamp of Fayetteville, Hannah Brandkamp of Elkins, Benjamin Brandkamp of Fayetteville, Lydia Brandkamp of Rogers.

She was also the proud great grandmother of Sarah’s (Joel) two sons, Camden Keech and Ashton Keech.

All family and friends are invited to gather for a graveside memorial at Baptist Ford Cemetery in Greenland, Arkansas on Saturday, October 17, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. Masks and social distancing is requested.

The family will be placing a memorial garden at Roaring River State Park. In lieu of flowers, memorials to
Roaring River
ATTN: Michael and Patricia Brandkamp Memorial Fund
12716 Farm Road 2239
Cassville, MO 65625

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