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Patrice Herczeg

PATRICE S. HERCZEG (nee Mumaw) age 63, loving mother of Joann Robinson (husband Robert), Nathan, and Lena; devoted grandmother of Riley, Tyler, Payton and Camilla Robinson and Braeden Herczeg; cherished daughter of the late John and Alice (nee Barton) Mumaw; dearest sister of John Mumaw (wife Ann), Beth Rodgers (husband Andy), Sandy Mumaw, and the late Debbie and Randy Mumaw; dear aunt and great-aunt of many. Survived by her canine companion Nutmeg.

Patrice was born on March 31, 1954 in Cleveland and passed away on October 3, 2017. She was a resident of Euclid for over 30 years. Patrice sang in the choir and was the sparks director for Awana at Nottingham Baptist Church. She graduated from John Marshall High School in 1972 and was a storage manager for Uncle Bob’s (Life Storage). Patrice loved to knit, crochet, sing, watch movies and was an avid reader. She will be remembered most as a selfless, patient, honest and caring woman with a sense of humor. Patrice had tremendous faith, loved the Lord and loved her family. She will be dearly missed.

Contributions may be made in memory of Patrice at GoFundMe.com.

Celebration of Life Service on Saturday, October 7, 2017 at 11 AM at Nottingham Baptist Church 2921 Bishop Road, Willoughby Hills, OH 44092. Family will receive friends at THE CHURCH immediately following the service.

Arrangements by THE DeJOHN-FLYNN-MYLOTT FUNERAL HOME OF WILLOUGHBY HILLS.

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  1. meg jensen Andersen :

    Dear Sandy,

    I’m so sorry Patty is gone (sorry for you, happy for Patty). No one even told me about Debbie. Jean Badger notified me about Patty while we were on our way back from Alaska. She gave me contact information for you, but it was lost on the trip. I did say prayers for the departed.
    Please extend my condolences to John and Beth, too. I contacted John a couple of years ago on his birthday. I wanted him to know, and wish you and Beth would also know what an important part of my life you have all been.
    If you wish to share your contact information again, I promise to do my best not to lose it. Also, if Beth would be willing to share her info, I would dearly LOVE to be able to talk to her after all these years!
    Again, my sympathy is with you all in your grieving. (We’re not spring chicks anymore!)

    My fondest love to you all (this is not just rhetoric),
    meg

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