Ann Patton

July 28, 1928 - August 9, 2014
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Patton, Ann, of Brook Park passed away peacefully while surrounded by her family on August 9, 2014; Ann is survived in life by Donald, her beloved husband of  63 years; Loving mother of Donald Jr., Kay (Art) Cashin, Michael, Martin (Nancy-deceased) and Patricia (James)Astorino; Dear sister of Alice (Robert-deceased) Kilbane, John Fallon, Ceil (Milan-deceased) Zegarac and the following deceased:  Mary (Thomas) Murrin, Catherine and Ellen. Cherished grandmother of Alison, Ryan (Kelly), Jarrod (Stephanie), Marty Jr., Brett (Valerie), Carli (Eric), Lee (Holly), Derek, Adam, Dean, Haley, Danny and great grandmother of 6. Loving Aunt and friend to many.

Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Mary Queen of the Apostle Church, 6455 Engle Rd., Brook Park on Tuesday at 11AM.  EVERYONE PLEASE MEET AT THE CHURCH.  Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery.




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Born: July 28, 1928
Died: August 9, 2014

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Joyce Lucak posted on 8/11/14

Patti, John and I are sorry to hear of your loss.  Fred left us Friday.  We are having a small service at Ohio Western Reserve Tuesday morning at 10.  Praying that the peace of God is also with you and your family as it is with ours.  Joyce Lucak


Nancy Walter posted on 8/10/14

I am so sad but I know she is resting now.  I loved her like my sister and will always remember her and the good times we spent together.


Mary Rine-King posted on 8/10/14

I'm so sorry for your loss. Annie was a great woman, who I enjoyed working with at Zayre's along with Kay and Patty. My thoughts and prays are with you.
All my love to you Patton family...
  Mary Rine-King


Schneider posted on 8/9/14

Please know we are saddened by Ann's passing. Your family has always been a large part of my life. I can't remember a time in my life without your family being in it. I have many good memories of Ann while growing up in the neighborhood. I remember sleeping out many times on the back of Don's truck or in our forts and your mom would be up all night checking in on us. Fast forward several years to drinking beers around the fire in the field and your mom, once again, staying up to make make sure the fire was put out. Such nice memories. Wishing you all the best in this difficult time. Tom & Carol


Alison Cashin posted on 8/9/14

My dear Gram, I will love and miss you forever.  Until I can hug you again in Heaven I will carry you in my heart xoxoxoxoxo