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This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Patricia Meyer. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Krystal Blanton on February 28, 2021
I Miss you so much Aunt Pat. I know we weren't around each other very much but what memories I do have, I'll always cherish . I know you're up there in heaven with the rest of the family watching over us. I love you
Posted by Florence Wyatt on February 22, 2021
Patricia Louise Meyer March 1 1948-November 29 2020. Patricia was born to Joseph and Judith Meyer March 1 1948 in Sandusky,Ohio. She led a simple life . Went swimming ( Lake Erie) camping,family get togethers,fishing and ice skating. Patricia went to Saint Paul's Catholic grade school. Norwalk,Ohio. Transferring to Milan High School Milan,Ohio for 9-12th grade. Pat graduated in June 1966. We went on vacation every year traveling to various states. Swam in Gulf of Mexico Pensacola,Florida. French Quarter New Orleans,Louisiana. Smithsonian Institute,Washington D.C. We vacationed in Grand Junction,Colorado the summer of 1968. Our parents loved Grand Junction so much they moved from Ohio to here in June 1968. Not long after moving here so met and married Kenneth Inman. They had 4 girls together. Later divorcing. Pat loved gardening, camping, fishing, flowers, dogs, horses, cats, John Wayne, Cleveland Indians and Nascar. Her favorite mythical character was winged unicorn. Flagging and life in general. Sadly her health prevented her from flagging any longer. She rode with the Frontier Belles for a short period of time. Martin Truex Jr. was her favorite Nascar driver. She watched as many races as she could with her friend Shirley, brother Richard and sister Florence. In 1969 Pat bought a 1966 Chevy nova. Our brother Joe drag raced it at the drag strip Grand Junction, Colorado. He never forgot the memories.  Pat was diagnosed with breast cancer in January 2013. She recovered from it. Then was diagnosed with brain cancer December 2018. She was given a year to live, but beat their diagnosis, living almost another year. She always had a positive attitude. She told me she had nothing to complain about because so many people were worse off than her. She is survived by 4 daughters. Melissa ( James ) Collins. Tracy Inman. Twins. Latisha ( Tom ) Kusler. Kathy ( Thomas ) Son. 12 grandchildren and several great grandchildren. Brothers. Joe ( Teresa ) Meyer. Mark ( Lori) Meyer. Richard ( Geri) Meyer. sisters. Florence ( Chuck ) Wyatt. Mary Knighten . Adopted sisters. Pamela Meyer. April ( Charles ) LaForte. Pat was cremated. No services are planned.

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Posted by Krystal Blanton on February 28, 2021
I Miss you so much Aunt Pat. I know we weren't around each other very much but what memories I do have, I'll always cherish . I know you're up there in heaven with the rest of the family watching over us. I love you
Posted by Florence Wyatt on February 22, 2021
Patricia Louise Meyer March 1 1948-November 29 2020. Patricia was born to Joseph and Judith Meyer March 1 1948 in Sandusky,Ohio. She led a simple life . Went swimming ( Lake Erie) camping,family get togethers,fishing and ice skating. Patricia went to Saint Paul's Catholic grade school. Norwalk,Ohio. Transferring to Milan High School Milan,Ohio for 9-12th grade. Pat graduated in June 1966. We went on vacation every year traveling to various states. Swam in Gulf of Mexico Pensacola,Florida. French Quarter New Orleans,Louisiana. Smithsonian Institute,Washington D.C. We vacationed in Grand Junction,Colorado the summer of 1968. Our parents loved Grand Junction so much they moved from Ohio to here in June 1968. Not long after moving here so met and married Kenneth Inman. They had 4 girls together. Later divorcing. Pat loved gardening, camping, fishing, flowers, dogs, horses, cats, John Wayne, Cleveland Indians and Nascar. Her favorite mythical character was winged unicorn. Flagging and life in general. Sadly her health prevented her from flagging any longer. She rode with the Frontier Belles for a short period of time. Martin Truex Jr. was her favorite Nascar driver. She watched as many races as she could with her friend Shirley, brother Richard and sister Florence. In 1969 Pat bought a 1966 Chevy nova. Our brother Joe drag raced it at the drag strip Grand Junction, Colorado. He never forgot the memories.  Pat was diagnosed with breast cancer in January 2013. She recovered from it. Then was diagnosed with brain cancer December 2018. She was given a year to live, but beat their diagnosis, living almost another year. She always had a positive attitude. She told me she had nothing to complain about because so many people were worse off than her. She is survived by 4 daughters. Melissa ( James ) Collins. Tracy Inman. Twins. Latisha ( Tom ) Kusler. Kathy ( Thomas ) Son. 12 grandchildren and several great grandchildren. Brothers. Joe ( Teresa ) Meyer. Mark ( Lori) Meyer. Richard ( Geri) Meyer. sisters. Florence ( Chuck ) Wyatt. Mary Knighten . Adopted sisters. Pamela Meyer. April ( Charles ) LaForte. Pat was cremated. No services are planned.
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Happy Birthday Aunt Pat

Shared by Meyer Pamela on March 1, 2021
I love you and know you are up there with the rest of the family free from pains of this earth. I'm so glad we got to share the times we did together, I will cherish them forever and always think of you when I'm around the horses. I wish I could've seen you one last time, too hug you and tell you how important you were in my life and how much I love you. Rest in Peace Aunt Pat.