Patricia B. Williamson

Date of Death: November 4, 2011
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Patricia “Patty” B. Williamson, 77, of West Lafayette, died at home on November 4, 2011. Patty was born in Lafayette on June 4, 1934, the daughter of Farel M. and Frances M. (Griffin) Brooks, who preceded her in death. She graduated from Battle Ground High School. At Ball State University, she earned her bachelor?s degreeContinue Reading

Jay Seeger left a message on November 10, 2011:
We will miss Patty. She was my daughter&s teacher at Miami Elementary and has been a special part of our lives. I ran into often at Home Hospital when she was volunteering. What a wonderful, giving person. She changed the lives of others.
My sincere sympathy of your loss.
Dick Nagel left a message on November 8, 2011:
Dear Chuck: My deepest sympathy at the passing of your wife Patty. I was surprised to read her obituary, and was unaware of any illness. Please accept my condolences and know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Sincerely; Dick Nagel
Cathy Hudson left a message on November 8, 2011:
I am so sorry for your loss. Patty was a wonderful person. She did so much for us girls in ambulatory surgery. We were blessed in ambulatory surgery to know such a wonderful couple.
My deepest sympathy,
Cathy Hudson
Victor Taylor/Rebecca Gundrum left a message on November 7, 2011:
Elyse and family-

We are very sadden for you family by the passing of Patty. The few times we met her, she was always happy (because she was with her daughter) and full of energy!

Our thoughts, prayers, and deepest sympathy are with you all.

""Those who live in the hearts of others.... Never die.""

And, I know, you will always keep her close-

Victor Taylor and Rebecca Gundrum
David Packard left a message on November 7, 2011:
Mrs. Williamson was my kindergarten teacher at Miami Elementary School back in the fall of 1975. The kids, myself included, just loved her. When I happened upon the school years later and she was still teacher, she loved showing me that the sun I&d painted during my kindergarten year was still proudly displayed in an upper corner of the room. The few times we crossed paths around Lafayette, she still recognized me 30 years later. She was a beautiful soul who touched the lives of thousands and made a real difference, and she will be missed. Rest peacefully, Patty.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Barbara Amos left a message on November 7, 2011:
I met Patty at Federated Church of West Lafayette, when she attended there for awhile. We were sort of kindred spirits in the Lord. Always enjoyed her so much. She had a heart of gold and willing to help where ever she could. Then Patty started attending another church and we only saw one another here and there when we bumped into one another shopping. I retired in 2005 and started volunteering at Home Hospital. Right away bumped into Patty and she talked me into being a sub for the surgery waiting room, where she and Chuck gave a lot of their time each week.
I don&t ever remember her complaining, speaking ill of someone, or gossiping. I&ll miss her but I know Patty is with her Lord and she and I will meet there one day with all our loved ones. Sincerely, Barbara Amos
Suzie Mounts left a message on November 6, 2011:
Dear Chuck - I find it difficult to think of the world without Patty, the bustling-ever-busy-butterfly. She was such a kind, loving person who would give anything to help another without complaint. She is God&s gain and our loss. When you play
the organ, I am sure she will revisit you in memories from your lives together.
Savor those, Chuck, even though they might cause tears to flow for awhile. Savor
those and replay them to enjoy, once again, the tender moments you shared. I believe you will have a basket-ful of memories, overflowing. Patty was that kind of person - overflowing in kindness and love, generosity and gentleness. She will be
missed. God Bless you, Chuck. Fondly, Suzie Mounts
Soller-Baker Funeral Homes, Inc. left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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