Bethel Open Bible Church
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Lodi, CA 95242
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Patty L. Fetzer Dickhoff

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Patty L. Fetzer Dickhoff Obituary
Patty L. Fetzer/Dickhoff of Lodi and former resident of Clements passed away on May 15, 2018. Patty was born to Roy and Dorothea Trayler on June 23, 1930 in Iroquois, SD. Patty moved to Stockton in 1937 with her parents and brother Merrill, graduated high school from the old Stockton High School. Patty previously owned and operated Snow White Bakery in Stockton with her first Husband Jack Fetzer. In later years she worked in Sales at Danz Jewelers before retiring. Patty was a Job's Daughters of Bethel 83 in Stockton, Eastern Star point, PTA president of Glover Cleveland School in Stockton. Patty also belonged to Athena Sorority, Mothers Club of Clements School. Patty was also very active in her earlier years in Stockton Bowman's Club and along with both husbands the Clements-Lockeford Lions Club. Patty will be best remembered for her bubbly spirit, giving heart, loving mother and grandmother. She will be deeply missed by all that knew her, especially her family.
Patty is preceded in death by her parents, first husband Jack J. Fetzer and second husband Milo Dickhoff.
Patty leaves behind a brother Merrill Trayler & wife Judy of Missouri, 2 sons, Jack Fetzer and wife Judy of Tennessee; Steven Fetzer and wife Arlene of Clements; 2 daughters, Rebecca Plath of Valley Springs; Kelly Pool and husband Ron of Clements. 6 grandchildren, Stacy Jennings (Allan) , Jason Fetzer (Renee), Jessica Powers (Shawn), Megan Haro (Ray), Ryan Fetzer and Garrett Fetzer (Jade), 9 great grandchildren and 2 great, great grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held Friday June 15, 2018, 2:00 pm at Bethel Open Bible Church, 760 S. Ham Lane, Lodi CA.
Please sign online guestbook www.rochasmortuary-ca.com.
Published in Lodi News-Sentinel from June 6 to June 12, 2018
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