I just learned of Pats passing, and send heartfelt condolences. I worked at a frame shop , and Pat was one, if not my favorite, customer. She was always a ray of sunshine! When I went out on my own and opened my own shop she called to wish me well. She loved chocolate-chip cookies, trips to Hiltonhead, and her family. Best wishes to you all.
Mr. Beazley and Family, I can only imagine how much your hearts hurt at the loss of your wife/Mom. She brightened so many lives with her artistic talents - and the fabulous homemade bread she lovingly baked every Christmas! That loaf never lasted too long at our house! We will pray for you in the days and weeks to come.
What a privilege it was to serve your mom for and family for a year during her illness. Lord knows she will be missed greatly but is happy as ever in heaven! As I read through the condolenses I recognized names and stories of people from Old Orchard, Chicago,family and friends. Pat had the biggest, loving, genuine heart I have encountered. Not a mean bone in her body. Ben, in your world she felt safe and secure to concur anything! The love you two created in your family is the stuff people write books about. God bless you all in your journeys of love an happiness.
Please know that I just learned of this great loss yesterday or I would have been there to embrace you all with compassion for the loss of your matriarch. God blessings abound in your houses of love! Her beauty will live on forever on earth through her family in the art she left behind. What an inspiration this amazing woman was!
Elderly Odds N' Ends
I am so sorry too hear of your loss and the loss of my sweet friend from many years at Gesu. I am so happy that we got to have a nice long visit on one of my trips back home and just before you moved into your new home. I will miss her immensely and will keep you and your family in my prayers.
Love Carolyn Hopes
Dear Ben and Family,
She was a bit of sunshine to all of us who knew her. She painted portraits of Dad and Carol that we treasure.
God bless her and All of you with your loss.
She is at peace.
Cathy (Conrad) Opperman
Ben and Family,
She was a bit of sunshine to all of us. We have a portraits of dad and Carol she made for us!
God BLESS you all knowing she is at peace.
Cathy (Conrad) Opperman
To: Michael Beazley & Family-
I couldn't help but, Smile as I read about your Mother. What a accomplished woman to be remembered and praised ! I did not have the privleage to meet her but, certainly had the opportunity to work with Michael at the City of Toledo. Just a short note, to give my Sincere Condolences to you at your time of loss. May God Bless You Everyday with her Loving Memories.
"One person's life touches so many others." My Aunt Pat Beazley touched so many lives in so many ways. Her sister Alice is my mother. All eight of us Lavin kids were regular visitors in the Beazley home. It was a home filled with love and laughter. The smell of freshly baked bread always reminds me of my Aunt Pat. I'm sitting in my Chicago home looking at my Aunt Pat's portrait of her mother, my grandmother. My Aunt leaves so many legacies as a result of her artwork and I am a beneficiary, but it is her warm, loving spirit that I will always treasure.
My condolences I'm keeping the family in prayer. John 5:28
Dear Trish, I'm sorry for your loss. Know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Bonnie Ainsworth Miller
Dear Ben and Family,
I remember fondly a beautiful woman with a great smile who shared my Chicago area/Irish roots. Peace and prayers for you all.
Dearest Beazley Family,
So many happy memories of Pat. Her beautiful smile, her exceptional artwork that has made beautiful memories for so many families and graced so many homes, the many ways she gave back to her church, her community and her family and friends. From all the Culpert family who have been so blessed to be friends with all of you over the years - our love, prayers and sympathy - and may she be held in God's hand.
Mary Ann, Chad, Barb, Sr. Mary Ann, Ann and families
Warmest sympathy and blessings to the Beazley Family. Remembering Pat with fond affection!
Mike and family, you have my sympathy at the loss of your mother. God Bless you all.
Mrs. Beazley (as I always knew her) was a great friend of my mother-in-law, a fellow bridge player with my dad, and did a precious portrait of my son at the age of 3 genuinely capturing his likeness. Blessings to the family.
We have such fond memories of our time living in Old Orchard with wonderful neighbors like Pat.....always welcoming, always smiling. Our condolences to the family on the loss of your creative and giving wife and mom.
What an amazing woman. Her legacy lives on through her family.
Blessings to all.
Jane Ertle ( Jeans Mother)Joan Coghlin ( Jean's Aunt)
We are so sorry for your loss. We remember Pat on Hopewell doing the boy's portraits and having us over to show us her work. I remember her at Tai Chi.
We are out of town or we would be at her Funeral
Sending sympathy to you and yours, Trish. So sorry for your loss.
Beautiful obituary! She will be greatly missed. I will never forget going over to Mr. and Mrs. Beazley's house and sitting for the portrait she did of me along with all of my cousins. They were later hung in my grandparents foyer. Her artwork is everywhere and she will always be remembered.
What a great tribute for an amzing woman. Even though we left Old Orchard a long time ago, my memories are still vivid of the children playing and fun neighbors. I still have the scetch made of my dad, it is even more precious to me now. God bless you and yours.
Ben and children:
Our prayers and condolences go out to you today.
We have been friends for so many years. When we left Toledo we knew the one thing we would miss would be friends like Pat and Ben.
Pat's wonderful paintings of our six children still hang on our living room wall. Every time we look at them, we will think of Pat.
We are praying for Pat, for all you.
Skip and Joe O'Conor
Mary Beth --
I am so sorry for your loss. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.
You and the family that you created are so loved. I will miss you so much and every Christmas I will think of that home made bread made with LOVE. I will miss you at church, I will miss the bridge, I will miss celebrating special holidays (St Patrick's Day)
Etc and all our singing parties. Good bye for now and I will see you later. Sue Conrad
Mike - Please accept my condolence on the
passing of your mother.