- 53 years old
- Date of birth: Mar 16, 1962
- Date of passing: Jan 1, 2016
|Rest in peace, kind soul. We love you and miss you dearly. xx|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Patty Beisler-Kuczera who left us unexpectedly and way too soon on New Years Day. It's meant for all of us, friends and family, to visit and find comfort whenever we're missing Patty and need to see her smiling face.
We invite you to leave a tribute...share your memories. Please feel free to upload photos in the "Gallery" and share stories in the "Stories" section.
Thank you so much for your prayers, heartfelt condolences and contribution to making this website a celebration of Patty's life.
Mary, Cathy, Tom, John, Jim, Maggie, Paul, Michael, and Don
"Every Memorial Day Weekend, we spent time at the beach house. Miss you! Love you! Think about you every day!"
"Miss you every day.. Love you.."
"Happy Birthday In heaven Patty :)"
"Happy Birthday Patty...... The Rickle's crew will never be the same without you. You were an amazing person... and are missed more than you realize. Hope you are having a blast up in Heaven :) Nameste my friend."
"HAPPY BIRTHDAY , MY LITTLE SISTER. MY DAUGHTERS BIRTHDAY BUDDY AND GODMOTHER. I MISS YOU IMMENSELY. AND NOW ON YOUR BIRTHDAY YOU ARE JOINED BY OUR OLDER SISTER, MARY. AND I AM LOST FOR WORDS TO EXPRESS THE SADNESS AND HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU BOTH BUT MY FAITH AND LOVE FOR GOD TELLS ME YOU ARE BOTH HAPPY AND LIVING LIFE TO THE FULLEST IN THE COMPANY OF OUR LORD ,HIS MOTHER ,THE SAINTS AND ANGELS, AND MANY LOVED ONES. LOVE HUGS AND KISSES ,UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN.........XOX"
"Happy Birthday Patty! Always loved, never forgotten."
".Happy Birthday Patty! Missing you :("
"Paul and the entire Beisler family,
Our hearts go out to you all. A sad time but a wonderful tribute to your sister. Enjoyed seeing the pictures and I hope the encouraging words from family and friends lift your spirits.
Love, Sue, Alan and Shelby"
"In loving memory of my little sister Patty...words can't express how much I will miss you.
We were very close. We had the strongest brother/sister bond you could imagine. We talked on the phone often. She made me laugh...and she made me crazy at times..but no matter how much we bickered, we ended every conversation with "I love you."
Yes Patty could be one "tough cookie" at times but underneath she was the most kind and caring person I've ever known. She was a living angel in disguise in many ways. She loved her family and friends deeply. Both Patty and Don were always there for my parents...visiting them pretty much on a daily basis. I've always appreciated the care and warmth shown to my parents from the both of them.
To her nieces and nephews, she was their favorite "Aunt Patty." I remember how she always had bags and bags of presents for all the kids. She chose thoughtful gifts she knew they would like. She sincerely enjoyed playing with the kids and made sure she spent time with them. Patty was so good to my son Brian. She was the most giving person I've ever known. Yes... you can say to a fault ...just like her brother Joe who would give the shirt off his back or his last dollar to someone in need. Patty and Joe were very close too. She made a point to visit him in California before he passed away.
Patty, I'll hold on to and treasure all the great memories. I wish I could have said goodbye and got one last hug. I will love you forever little sister."
"From Dan Notarnicola...I’ve been fortunate to have grown up knowing the Beisler's who have always welcomed me into their family. My heart and prayers are with you all.
Patty and I had grown closer as we got older and she became the little sister I never had. I knew her as a kind, funny, gregarious and caring soul who’s family was always her first priority.
She somehow never seemed to have lost her youthfulness and could make me laugh without even trying. All of which made her so endearing and so hard to let go of. Rest in peace little sis."
"Paul –I’m thinking about you and sending love at this difficult time. I didn’t know Patty but I know you--- and you loved her deeply. Hoping you’ll find comfort and strength in the bond you shared. She may be gone from sight but not from your heart. My sincere sympathy to you and your family."
"Patty, you and I have fought and bickered every time we saw one another for the last 20 years. Looking back I enjoyed every minute of it and I know you did also because you "won" every argument. I know you are at peace now and are looking down at all your friends and loving them as much as they love you. You will be missed, and still put a smile on people's faces when they think of you. Thank you for the great memories and I wish you the best"
"Dearest Patty. I hadn't seen you in a long while, but always will remember you smiling face and sense of humor. When I started working with you, I didn't know if you liked me, but after some time, I knew you were such a caring person. We all got each other through some tough times. You were always there for me to talk. You will be sorely missed by everyone you have touched or met. My deepest condolences to your family. I will keep you and them in my prayers. Rest in peace beautiful lady. Love, Cheryl"
"Patty, what can i say other then...wow...i am shocked and sad to hear about your passing. Words cant cover the time we spent from growing up together to all the things in between. Although through out the years we havent seen each other often, we had many many good memories . Rest in peace with your mom ,dad , and brother....love ya xxoo"
"Each life is a precious and wonderful miracle from God to be cherished and celebrated...from all I have heard from the years of knowing the wonderful Beisler family...Patty celebrated life in every way. She was a bright light of fun, laughter, warmth and generosity. Her sudden loss is so very painful but healing is found in celebrating her spirit in the same way she shared her big heart with all of you so effortlessly. She was a blessing from heaven and to heaven she has gone home...it is where our Heavenly Father promises we will one day be reunited...let your hearts rest on that faithful promise and the knowledge that love never ends...God bless, love and keep you...sending you hugs to your sweet hearts and prayers that you will be comforted in the embrace of warm memories. oxox love you much
"For I am sure that neither death nor life, nor angels nor rulers, nor things present nor things to come, nor powers, nor height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord." Romans 8:38-9"
"It is so sad when our loved ones leave us, especially when you are not expecting it. Unfortunately we have no control over God's plans and we must have faith that He knows what he's doing. Patty is starting 2016 in a better place and I'm sure is happy. My heart goes out to the Beisler family, I'm so sorry for your loss. I didn't get to meet Patty, but I know from Paul that she was a great gal. Keep the precious memories of Patty in your hearts and let the glow of her smile keep you going."
"I will always remember Patty as the kind, generous person she was. I will always cherish the memories; our shore houses, softball parties, trips to Maryland, church boat trips and Sunday football in Don and Patty's basement. The laughter, the love, the good times. The way that if you were her friend she made you feel like you were family. She treated my girls like princesses. I am eternally grateful for having known that person. Patty you are forever in my heart and my memory. Rest in peace now."
"Patty you will be missed by all. I will always remember how you made everybody laugh, especially Maggie and me. I practically grew up in your house and always felt a part of your family. With love,
"To Patty's family,
I knew Patty from when we worked together a few years ago, I was her Texas friend and she was "my Jersey girl" (we would call each other that). Since we lived in 2 different worlds, we would communicate by phone &/or email. Every time we spoke (no exaggeration), she would have me laughing with her personality and her witty replies and comments. We always said if she makes it down to Cowboy country, we would have such a fun time together. Unfortunately, we never did get the chance to connect face to face but I know if we had, it would've been nothing less than a great time. Eventually we both left the company we were at but we still stayed in touch via Facebook...she would like/comment on a post of mine, I'd like/comment on a post of hers. I know she missed her family who had already passed on so it's comforting to know she is together with them again although my heart is saddened by her unexpected passing. I send prayers of strength, peace & healing along with my deepest sympathies to y'all all the way from Dallas.
RIP my Jersey Girl, I will miss you!! Your Texas Friend Gloria"
Our deepest sympathies go out to you and your family.………We’re So Sorry to hear of the lose of your sister Patty, the family will always have fond memories of her strength, generosity & love that was given right to the end. May God give you and the Beisler family the strength to get through this difficult time and the ability to go through life knowing how special she was as sister. Stay Strong Paul
Robert Scevola & family"
"My dear Aunt Patty, you were always my favorite. You were like a big sister to me growing up and when I think of you, every single memory I have brings a smile to my face. You always brought me fun, joy and happiness and I am so sad to see you go. I never ever remember you being mad or sad or unkind. You were all unicorns and rainbows and lots of pink!
I am so glad that you shared all your love and warmth with my children as well. You were always so generous and gentle, its no wonder you were taken up to heaven. We are all truly blessed to have had you in our lives. We will never forget you or how punctual you were:)"
"Dear Paul and Family,
We are sad to learn of the passing of your beloved sister, Patty. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Vicki and Frank Bruno"
"We met during the fall of 1977. An almost lifelong friendship was formed. Thru mostly good times, achievements, life events and arguments, our friendship remained true and constant, only recently existing in a quieter place. My heart is broken for all that we had shared together. I will always love you my closest friend. My love for you never ceased. Rest peacefully and know that I miss you very much. Memories and our friendship will be embedded in my heart forever."
"It is so hard to say goodbye to someone who has been a part of your life for so long. Even though a short tome ago we parted our ways you were a part of me for more than half my life and you will always have a spot in my heart. You were a special person with a huge heart and would do anything for anyone. You are an angel in the sky now and will be missed by so many."
"Prayers of Strength and comfort to the family at this most difficult time.
Patty, may you rejoice in the peace and love of Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
Carol, Rianna and John Nasta"
"I will always remember my sister-in-law, Patty's, generous and caring heart, her quick wit and her huge love for her family, friends..and for animals. It doesn't seem real at the moment that she won't be calling. She had a such a large presence in our lives. Our hearts are broken. Love and miss you Patty xx"
"Patty, my little sister, I am sooo sad about you leaving us, but Im sure not as much as the sadness you were living with, so at the same time I am very thankful to God for giving you a new life of complete peace and joy, which you so deserve. Patty, you were so thoughtful and kind with a heart of gold and a smile that Im sure is lighting up heaven. You will be missed immensely. My heart breaks as yours rejoices in the company of Our Lord."
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