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Patricia Kaye Gatsch


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Patricia Kaye Gatsch Obituary
Gatsch, Patricia Kaye
1926 - 2017
Patricia Kaye (Johnson) Gatsch, age 90, a 56 year resident of Upper Arlington, OH and resident of the First Community Village, passed away in her sleep on November 9, 2017. She was preceded in death by her husband of 67 years, Norman Edward Gatsch, Jr. Pat was born December 31, 1926 in Olathe, Kansas on her grandparents' farm on Lone Elm Road to the late Myron Earnest and Edith Loree (Kelly) Johnson. She was a 1944 graduate of Grandview Heights High School. Attended Flora Stone Mather College of Western Reserve University and U.C.L.A. She was a 75 year member of First Community Church, a Trading Post Volunteer for more than 30 years, and active with her husband in Couple Circle. A 70 year member of PEO, Chapter BX. She is survived by her children, Ted S. (Darlene) Gatsch of Big Sandy, TX and Kathryn L. "Katie" (Steven) Lown of Hilliard, OH; grandchildren, Brian (Vanessa) Gatsch, Daniel Gatsch, Patrick (Raynee) Lown, Maxton Lown and Larissa "Lacey" (Matt) Handford; great grandchildren, Abigail, Aelyn, Seamus, Rory and Devlynn Gatsch; brothers-in-law, Paul Gatsch and John C. Fisher III, Carpinteria, CA; sisters-in-law, Claire Gatsch and Martha Johnson; 16 nieces and nephews. Also preceded in death by her sister Jo Ann Fisher, Carpinteria, CA and brothers Loren Gale Johnson and Neil Dean Johnson, brother-in-law Robert H. Gatsch, sisters-in-law Phyllis Johnson and Barbara Gatsch and daughter-in-law Barbara Day Gatsch, Mt. Pleasant, TX. Memorial services will be held FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8TH at 1PM at First Community Church, 1320 Cambridge Blvd., Columbus, Ohio 43212. The Reverend James Long will preside. There will be a Reflection Reception in Brownlee Hall immediately following the service. A family burial will be held the following day at Union Cemetery, Columbus, Ohio. Memorial donations may be made to the Camp Akita, c/o: First Community Church or www.campakita.org. Arrangements are entrusted to SCHOEDINGER NORTHWEST CHAPEL, please visit our online guestbook at www.schoedinger.com.
Published in The Columbus Dispatch on Nov. 10, 2017
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