Condolence From: Carolyn Gerlach, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: My sincerest condolences for the loss of your mother and grandmother. Patti was a true friend and mentor to me as a beginning kindergarten teacher at Ohio Avenue. We rode to work together every morning and discussed the events of the day on the way home. I have so many memories and stories of those years we taught together. Patti and I could have wrote a book with all of our funny stories. Every day teaching with Patti was a fun filled adventure with lots of laughs and smiles. Throughout my teaching career, I always aspired to become the beloved teacher she was to her students and parents. She taught me so much and molded me into the teacher I became. Patti was truly one of a kind! She will definitely be missed!
Condolence From: Robyn Bogante Silberstein, Columbus, OH
Condolence: Dear Doug, Cary, Chelsea, & Noah,
From our family to yours, OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHIES on the passing of your Mom and Grandma.
Speaking for myself, I have wonderful and fond memories of your Mom. I vividly remember your Mom helping me with my homework while sitting at your kitchen table. Her smile, enthusiasm, and unconditional support always inspired me to try my best!
Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers!
Robyn (Bogante) & Jon Silberstein
Condolence From: JODY KEIM, COLUMBUS, Ohio
Condolence: Patti was a true friend and a joyful soul. She was fun,smart and witty. Most of all, she was thoughtful and always doing kind things for all of her friends. She left a lasting impression on everyone she knew. Last but not least, she was the ultimate Buckeye fan. She,no doubt, will be leading the heavenly Buckeye Club.
Rest in peace dear friend. GO BUCKS
Condolence From: Elizabeth Knisley, Denver, CO
Condolence: Thoughts and prayers are with you all <3