Patricia Sue Lake
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|Dear Bobbie, sorry to hear of your loss. We're thinking of you and your family in these sad times. May God comfort and uphold you in the days ahead. We'll all miss Patsy.
Patty and Herschel|
|From: Pat and Herschel Sturms 06/04/2010 06:23 AM|
|I am deeply saddened to learn of the loss of Patty. It has been many years since our paths crossed. But I still remember Patty as one of the sweetest persons I've known. I have fond memories from when we were majorettes together at East High School 1953-54 and stood in the lineup next to each other. I was not able to be there yesterday but I extend my most sincere sympathy to the family.
Barbara Kress Bias |
|From: Barbara Kress Bias 06/02/2010 09:02 AM|
|To the Lake Family... So sorry to hear of the passing of Patty. Our prayers and thoughts go out to you Bob and your family. Harold and I lived around the corner when our children were small. They are 45 & 49 now so it has been quite a while. We are from the family of Max Ward. I know you remember him. Keep the faith and we will see Patty again...|
|From: Juanita White 06/02/2010 09:02 AM|
|I am so sorry for your loss.|
|From: Teaven Lee Adkins Dennison HEHS Class of 54 06/02/2010 09:02 AM|
|Bob and family,
We are thinking of you at this very difficult time. Edd and I think a lot of you and Patty and know how much you loved Patty and put her up on a pedestal(where she was much deserving of). I am sure she is wearing a crown of jewels in heaven. She was your soulmate and will be missed terribly. We will pray that God will give you strength to comfort you with many special memories of your loving wife. Will call you soon. Wishing we were close by.
Lots of love. God bless |
|From: Carolene and Edd Riley 06/01/2010 01:26 PM|
|Robbie, just to let you know we are thinking of you.
Greg Sherk & Family|
|From: Sherk Family 06/01/2010 01:26 PM|
|Bobby. Bea and I are so sorry about your loss of Patty. Our prayers and sympathy go out to you and your family. May God comfort you in this time of distress.|
|From: BEA-AL WHEELER 06/01/2010 01:26 PM|
|Mike, Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Sorry we could not be there. You are in our prayers|
|From: Bill & Lisa Omohundro 06/01/2010 01:26 PM|
|Patty was such a wonderful person, I remember her in the choir when I was growing up in BT, I loved to hear her sing. I was so thrilled when she agreed to sing at my father's funeral "In the Garden", I still remember how wonderfully she sang it, my dad would have loved it, as he would always comment on her beautiful voice. I'm so sorry I wasn't able to attend her service, but know that your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Roberta Ashley Hensley|
|From: Roberta Ashley Hensley 06/01/2010 01:26 PM|
|Claude and I were saddened to hear of Patty's passing. It was 48 years ago this July that she sang at our wedding. She was such a precious, godly woman. How comforting to know that she is present with the Lord. May His grace sustain you and the family. |
|From: Jackie McGhee 06/01/2010 01:26 PM|
|Patty was a blessing to me when growing up in Baptist Temple. I so very much singing in the choir with her and what a wonderful woman.
My sympathies to all the family.|
|From: Norma LeMaster Romine 05/31/2010 12:00 PM|
|What a precious lady. I loved hearing Patty and Suzanne sing at BT years ago. I'm sorry for your loss and will keep you in my prayers. |
|From: Gail (Lynch) Tephabock 05/31/2010 12:00 PM|
|Dear Uncle Bobby, Mike, & Robby,
I have so many wonderful memories of visits to your house. I remember Aunt Patty playing piano and singing - what a beautiful voice! I remember you,Uncle Bobby, with your pipe & jokes -keeping us kids in stitches. Miss the tobacco shop - still love the smell of a pipe to this day! We loved playing down in the basement while Mike or Rob banged away on drums. The good ole days.
I am so glad that my two little girls and I were able to come visit with you and Aunt Patty on a couple of occassions in recent years while traveling with mom & dad. It was a real treat and everything was just as I remembered it. I also had the pleasure of speaking with her a couple of times on the phone in the last year, prior to losing my mom, and I enjoyed our conversation so much. She talked with me about the song she sang at mom & dad's wedding (her brother Jim & Katy) 45 years ago.
On Friday, May 28th, Aunt Patty claimed her inheritance and we know she was ready. God gave Aunt Patty the gift of her voice and brought her on home to use it for his glory in heaven and today she lives and sings triumphantly, forevermore. I know your pain is great and no words will spare you from your grief but God sends you strength in the form of his people to help you through this.
With my love and deepest sympathy to each of you for this great loss,
Leah Crowder Britt |
|From: Leah Crowder Britt 05/31/2010 12:00 PM|
|Mark and family, I'm very sorry about the loss of your dearest Patty. She reminded me so much of her mother, who was like a mom to me. Both Patty and her mother loved the craziness of Mark and me. Hang in there family and friends, you KNOW where Patty is !|
|From: GARY BROWNING 05/31/2010 12:00 PM|
|Our deepest sympathy to your entire family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.|
|From: Jim & Selena Johe 05/30/2010 10:16 PM|
| Dear Bobby, Sorry for the passing of Patty. I remember her pretty face and Blonde hair after all this time. May God bless you and the family.|
|From: Betty; McClure Hall 05/30/2010 10:16 PM|