DEUCHER, Patricia J.

DEUCHER, Patricia J.

Patricia J. DEUCHER (nee Feigi), age 79. Beloved wife of the late Albert. Dearest mother of Christine Deucher (Steven Rubin), David (Mary), and Jeff (Lisa). Loving grandmother of Max, Jesse, Sarah, Suzanne, Peter, Alexandra, Samantha, Gabrielle, and Noah. Dear aunt of Kathy, Ann Marie, Lisa, and Sharon. Devoted friend of Colette.

PLEASE MEET AT CHURCH for the Mass of Christian Burial: Saturday, Dec. 15, 10:00 AM at St. Joseph Church, Strongsville. Interment: Western Reserve National Cemetery at a later date. VISITATION: Fri. 3-8 PM at The JARDINE FUNERAL HOME, 15822 Pearl Rd. Strongsville.

Donations may be made to Hospice Services of Southwest General or in lieu of flowers, Pat suggested that you perform an act of kindness in her honor.

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  1. Irvin, Kathleen & Tim Brown on December 12th, 2012 10:19 am

    Aunt Pat was a strong, faith-filled & wonderously fruitful branch on Our Lords vine. Her acts of kindness & words of encouragement will be treasured by her family, congregation & friends.

  2. Ann-Marie, Jim and Cunningham family on December 12th, 2012 2:37 pm

    Our dearest Aunt, enduring to her nieces and nephews in the specialness of two sisters marrying two brothers, I will cherish what she left as her strongest epitaph to me:

    Harmony shall echo, and re-echo
    every mothers hopeful quest

    Throughout the breadth of their world
    adult mastery is the art

    When each child values the divinity of self-offering

    (inspired by sri chimnoy)

    I will miss her, as she was my familial centrifuge to beloved Cleveland.

  3. Deborah Day on December 12th, 2012 8:35 pm

    I knew Grandma Pat through Jesse, Max, Christine, and Steve Rubin and loved hearing about and eating her fabulous chocolate cake. She stayed overnight briefly and we found her charming. She was dear and kind and her family will miss her immensely. How can anyone replace a grandmother who gives so much to her grandchildren or a mother who bestows so much love on her children and then still has so much kindness left for the rest of us?
    Deborah and Linn Day

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