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Patricia Linda Deight-Griffin


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Patricia Linda Deight-Griffin Obituary
July 10, 1951 - January 16, 2017 We lost our strong, loving, brave, incredibly cheerful and giving, beautiful Patricia (Pat) Deight-Griffin, suddenly and unexpectedly on January 16th 2017 due to heart complications. We lost Pat at such an early age.........she had so much life in her; towards her family, doggies, skiing and everything.... Pat was the daughter of Blanche and Larry Deight (deceased). Pat was born New York on July 10th, 1951. From New York, the family moved to Long Beach, CA in 1955. She was the loving wife of Robert Griffin, for 27 years; sister and best friend to Terri Deight-Jahn (Rolf); loving sister to Richard Deight (deceased) and sister-in-law Sherry Deight; and a warm, sweet aunt to Kiley and Evelena Jahn, and Jared, Trevor and Joshua Deight. And was always there, with all her heart, to her parents, Blanche and Larry, whom she loved so much. She was also the wife of the late Gary Wiesner, who brought her 14 years of love, smiles, and laughter. Pat graduated from Millikan High School in Long Beach, then graduated from California State University Long Beach with a Bachelor's degree in Journalism. Pat continued her education receiving her Doctorate in Jurisprudence from Western State College of Law in Fullerton. From there, she was a practicing attorney for approximately 15 years. Despite the adversities she had in life--Pat's first husband, Gary Wiesner, passed away of cancer, at a very early age, in 1988; the near fatal car accident in 1992 that left her disabled--she never let it get her down. Pat was always cheerful, uplifting, smiling, supportive and a giving friend/family member. She loved her family foremost, but also her 4 furry children, her doggies, Alli, Thumper, Ladi and Rama. All her doggies brought her such happiness. She also worshipped snow skiing; was a truly gifted pianist; loved fitness. But most of all she loved her family. Pat will always be in our thoughts and hearts. Pat will be so missed. Services are pending.
Published in the Los Angeles Times from Feb. 11 to Feb. 12, 2017
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