Ms. Patricia Loesch passed away on August 27 th at Mount Alverna Village in Parma and was taken to Heaven by her “little angel”. She was the greatest mom in the world and best friend to her only son, Bill Lane. Patricia was born April 3rd ,1943, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loesch of Parma, Ohio. Her father passed away early in her childhood but she was blessed to have Mr. Frank Streit, who owned Streit Monument Works on State Road, as her “Dad” for much of her life. She went to State Road School, Schaaf Junior High, and Parma Senior High. She had fond memories of life in the 50’s and early 60’s and enjoyed working downtown as a young woman in various retail stores, going to dances, and bowling on a travel league. Later in life, she co-owned Pat and Bill’s Broadview Tavern in Old Brooklyn where she had many friends and memorable experiences. Her life’s work, however, was being a wonderful mom to her son. He was always her pride and joy. She worked tirelessly and sacrificed many things to see that he was successful in life for which he will always be grateful. People that knew Pat would say she had a vibrant, determined personality with a glowing smile and a heart of gold. There was nothing she wouldn’t do for others. She enjoyed watching deer play outside her condo window, driving her truck (fast) while playing 80’s hard rock songs, and was a big fan of “Downton Abbey”. Besides her son, Patricia is survived by her beloved step-sisters, Audrey and Beverly, in Florida, her dear cousin, Chuck, in Connecticut, and her faithful companion of 34 years, Steve, who served as a model caregiver to her over the last few years for which he can be forever proud. My mother had a fond spot in her heart for the children of St. Jude’s Hospital. In lieu of flowers or other, please remember them instead. Rest in peace, Mom! You’re the best! I’ll always love you!
Memorial service Tues. 9/6 at 11am preceded by visitation from 10-11am all at Zabor Funeral Home. Private interment at Holy Cross Cemetery. To offer condolences visit www.zaborfh.com.
Messages of Condolence
Such a long time we knew each other. Distance did not prevent me thinking about you very often. I will always remember what a great cousin you were!
I am so very sorry for your loss. I know your mother meant the world to you. She will always show through in your kind disposition and loyalty to your friends and family.
She will be missed by all that knew her.
Thinking of you Bill and your Mom today. I did make a contribution to St. Jude. Also, I miss placed your phone number, please text it to me at 203.581.3966. God Bless you both.
I’m Patsy’s cousin. I just found out from her Sister, Tudy, that she had passed. I’ve wanted for years to try to find here. As kids we were extremely close. My Grandparents lived around the corner from them on Maplecrest. I cannot tell you how heartbroken hearing n reading this News. My parents Pete n Wilma Cudlin moved to Brighton OH from Parma. Both have passed. I moved to Hollywood FL in 1972. Married 51 years until my husband passed late 2020. I know both Bev n Audrey
Audrey probably will not remember me; Beverly might. Although Patsy always called me Butchie as Tudy n Dee another cousin still does.
I can only send my most sincere Condolences to EVERYONE. I would love to hear or see any of you. My Cell:9548680958. Email:email@example.com. Love Wilma Ann “Butchie” Cudlin-Hernandez; 833 N. Northlake Dr. Hollywood, FL 33019