Mrs. Grisak was my 4th grade teacher during the year my parents divorced. She gave me an Indian arrow head that year and a lot of support. We have kept in touch ever since and my family and I would visit with her and Fritz when visiting Dallas from Minnesota. She had such love for people and I loved her. So extremely sorry for the loss of this beautiful Texas lady.
We were so fortunate that our daughter, Kerri Erin Creer was able to have Pat Grisak as a teacher at Wallace. She was a loving gifted teacher who made learning a wonderful experience. My deepest sympathy to the family.
Beautiful tribute! So sorry for your loss, Patsi and families.
Pat and her husband were our neighbors for many years. We met her when she would walk her dog past our home and stop to chat. Such a sweet and classy lady! We are so sorry to know she past away. We will keep her entire family in our thoughts and prayers.
I'm sorry for the loss of a great woman. Mrs. Grisak was my first grade teacher and played a very important role in my life. I still have the book she gave me which was The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams that cherish to this day. Keep on teaching in heaven. God bless
Pat will be greatly missed by all Highland Springs residents who had the pleasure of knowing her.
Tom and Patsi, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your families during this difficult time. Please find comfort that Pat and Fritz are together with Pam and that you will be reunited again.
I did not know this wonderful lady. I only knew of her through my niece, Lorna Bradford. I do know that Lorna loved her and told me of the special times she spent with Mrs. Grisak. May she rest in peace. Heartfelt condolences to those that loved her.
Always the elegant lady, picture perfect. Beautiful inside and out and oh so talented!!! A great loss to all that knew and loved her.
My heart feels sadness at the loss of my dear friend.....and absolute best 4th grade teacher ever! Yet I realize I feel that pain because I loved her and had the joy of her friendship. So, the sorrow reminds me that she made a difference in my life and I can keep her alive in my heart by remembering all the wonderful times we shared.
I was so grateful and truly blessed to have her in my life for 30 years. She was full of graceful wisdom and guided me through many of life's bumps in the road. She always knew just what to say to encourage me and keep me going. She was a one-of-a-kind and I am going to miss her dearly.
I know it was a joy-filled reunion in Heaven with her dear Fritz and beloved Pam.
Love you bunches sweet friend....until we meet again.