Condolence From: Jennifer Snyder, Utica, Ohio
Condolence: I was so shocked to hear of Pat’s passing. I enjoyed our conversations when she got her hair done. I want to offer my condolences to her family. Many of her conversations were about her family, I know you were all very loved and she was so proud of all of you. (Her hairdresser)
Condolence From: Christine Svitana, Westerville, OH
Condolence: Pat and I regularly shared a pew at Saturday 4pm Mass at St. Paul. She was a wonderful friend, and I'll miss her terribly. My sincere condolences to her family.
Condolence From: BILL MCALLISTER, columbus, OH
Condolence: MY WIFE EILEEN WAS A FRIEND AND CO-WORKER AT THE GNC HEALTH FOOD STORE.PAT WAS A CARING LADY.EILEEN TOLD ME THAT PAT PUT HER FRIENDS IN NEED OF PRAYER IN HER DAILY PRAYERS.THAT IMPRESSED ME AS WE NEED PRAYERS AT TIMES.I GIVE MY CONDOLENCES TO ALL HER FAMILY AND FRIENDS.BLILL MCALLISTER
Condolence From: Jean & Tom Gray, Westerville, Oh
Condolence: Tom, Abby and I were so sorry to hear of Pat’s passing.
We considered her one of our best friends and will miss her so much in and around Church and I will miss her weekly phone calls.She will be reunited by so many family and dear friends in her eternal reward.
Many prayers for entire family as you are on your journey through this most sad time — love to all ——Tom, Jean and Abby Gray
Condolence From: Laura Basich, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: We have been very blessed to have Pat as a dear friend She always called us hon She was very kind and a great lady she will be deeply missed by us
Condolence From: Ellen Croyle, Milford Center, OH
Condolence: Kathy, so sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. I had a wonderful conversation with her at Alexis’s graduation party. I have always been amazed with how she raised 8 children. I feel very fortunate to have been able to celebrate so many of your children’s milestones with her and your siblings. Your mom did a fantastic stop with all of her children. Know that we are praying for all of you as your navigate this difficult time.
Condolence From: Roger Schockling, Jacksonville, Florida
Condolence: The Patricia Fox Family have my sympathy for the loss of a lovely dear mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and sister. Patricia was the oldest girl of the seven Schockling children born to Ignatz and Gertrude Schwallie Schockling. Patricia was an untiring willing helper with raising the younger children.
When Patricia entered second grade at school, Patricia took her younger brother, Roger, to school at age five on picture day to have Roger's picture taken. Roger sat with Patricia the entire school day in a double seat dressed in his Sunday clothes with Patricia. The picture of the five year old Roger yet today hangs in a frame on the wall in Roger's bedroom,
Pleasant childhood memories of long ago are well remembered.