Patricia Jane Caucutt
1937 - 2021
BORN
August 3, 1937
DIED
April 3, 2021

Patricia Jane (Osborne) Caucutt

Patricia Jane (Osborne) Caucutt, died Saturday, April 3, 2021, at Mulders Health Care Facility.

Patricia was born in Norwich, England, Aug. 3, 1937. She married James Thomas Caucutt and they spent 20 years in the Air Force. Retiring in Wisconsin, Pat and Jim owned Pat's Pub in Camp Douglas. Pat also had her own seamstress business in La Crosse.

She is survived by her husband, James Caucutt; her three sons and spouses, John, Michael (Nancy) and Steve (Paula); and also her five grandchildren.

Arrangements are private. Online guestbook is available at www.schumacher-kish.com.


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Published by La Crosse Tribune on Apr. 11, 2021.
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Dear Jim, Mike & Family - Pat has been in my thoughts the past couple of weeks - now I know why. Probably mental telepathy as we had grown pretty close over the years. She was a wonderful lady & what I consider a dear friend. She has been keeping our family 'straight' for many years it 'seamed' (sewing term) mending not just fabrics but personal items which were sometimes ragged & torn, but because of her tenderness & compassion she repaired many thing's for our kids that others may have suggested we throw out, just because she knew their meaning to a couple of small kids. The kids also LOVED to hear her speak in her beautiful native English way! We will REALLY miss her wonderful heart & Soul! We are thinking of all of you. Beth Weiss, Maria & Casey.
Beth Weiss
April 13, 2021
So sorry for the loss of Pat. She was an amazing woman, very talented, patient and caring; unless you messed with her hedge, those thorns will get'em she would say. She had a great deal of stories of her childhood, mostly of the war planes overhead. She also loved her family very much. I'm glad I was her neighbor for many, many years. She surely will be missed. Sympathy for the family.
Joyce Holseth
Neighbor
April 11, 2021
Pat Caucutt was an amazing person and mother. I liked her from the 1st moment I met her and she always made me giggle. Pat Caucutt was always very kind. To the entire Caucutt family, I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers and blessings to all.
Sherry Sparks
Friend
April 11, 2021