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Priscilla Mae "Pat" (Boling) Rottmayer

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Priscilla Mae "Pat" (Boling) Rottmayer

Priscilla Mae "Pat" (Boling) Rottmayer passed away peacefully after a courageous journey with breast cancer, with her beloved husband, Robert Earl Rottmayer, at her side. Pat leaves behind a family that loves and adores her: her son, Michael Robert Rottmayer and his wife Agnes Consolacion; daughter, Julie Ann Rottmayer and husband Paul Butkus; two grandchildren, Amelia Mae and Julian Robert Butkus; brothers, Norman and Raymond Boling; sister-in-law, Sue Able; numerous in-laws, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. She was preceded in death by her mother, Stella Mae and father, Wildering Monroe Boling; and her sister, Ruth Ann Parker.

Pat was born in Indiana, and she graduated Garfield High School in Akron, Ohio in 1961. In Akron, she met her husband Robert and they were married in 1965 at the Firestone Park Methodist Church where she taught Sunday school. The couple moved to Cleveland, Ohio, where she supported her husband's graduate studies working in Human Resources at ETC Corporation. In 1970, she moved to Massachusetts, where she was a 15-year resident of the town of Harvard. In addition to being active in her children's schools, she volunteered for the Friends of the Harvard Public Library to further a lifelong love of books. She was proud to become an Assistant Librarian in Harvard, where she worked until her move to Fremont, California in 1992. In Fremont, she became active in the Antelope Hills Homeowners Association and served on its Board of Directors and as President. A later move took her to Wexford, Pa., where she became a devoted Pittsburgh Penguins fan. Upon her husband's retirement, the couple moved back to California and she spent her last three years in Santa Rosa doting on her two grandchildren.

Pat had an artistic streak - throughout her life, she pursued creative hobbies including sewing, quilting, home decorating, and restoring antiques. In recent years she was an avid crafter with a craft room that rivaled any other, and she enjoyed sharing her handmade cards and crafts with family and friends.

A private celebration of her life will be held in September. Final arrangements handled by Daniels Chapel of the Roses in Santa Rosa, Calif. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to one of Pat's preferred charities: the , Redwood Empire Food Bank, or . Please visit her online memorial at pat-rottmayer.forevermissed.com

Published in Akron Beacon Journal on Aug. 28, 2014
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