- Locate A Loved One
- Pay My Bill
March 23, 1944 – december 9, 2022
Ms. Patricia Ann Lewis, age 78, passed away peacefully at her home in Florida on December 9, 2022.
Patty was born in Manhattan, NY to Paul and Frieda Minton.
Patty is survived by her daughter, Shelley Ollier, her granddaughter, Rebecca Ollier, her sister, Doris Minton Huss (John Huss), her brother Paul Minton, Jr. (Evelyn Minton) and many extended relatives and friends.
Patty was a 1962 Mount Healthy High School graduate.
Patty was always present in her daughter and granddaughter’s lives; from being in the PTA with her best friend Jane, doing plant sales, helping with swim meets, never missing a cheerleading game. Patty, Shelley, and Rebecca were the trio of all trios having had so many fun adventures. The now Duo will toast the Trio every chance we get.
She enjoyed playing cards, dominos, and trips to Costco. She most enjoyed her days cuddling with her beloved puppy, Piper. She was known at the pool for her savvy sunglasses and hats. Her friends and family would describe her as loving, one of a kind, feisty, and someone you connect with at your first time talking.
She is preceded in death by her parents, and son, Bradley Richard Lewis.
Services for Mrs. Patricia Ann Lewis will take place in the New year in a Family Service. Patty will be laid to rest at Arlington Memorial Gardens.
Memorial donations in Patricia’s memory can be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
“Sending big hugs!”
“I really enjoyed Patty’s company. Such a fun person to be with. She absolutely loved her family and was fortunate to be with them at the end. RIP my friend”
“I’m so sorry to hear about Patty. She was a special lady so very kind. She was a great friend to my mother and our family. My condolences to your family. Shelley and Becca you are both in my prayers. Take comfort in knowing her and Wilma only scratch winners from now on.”
“Patty will be missed by all who knew her. Such a loving sweet woman.”
“I worked with Pat both at Gibson and the EPA. Always enjoyed our conversations and laughter. She truly loved her daughter and granddaughter. I am blessed to have known her. Much love and prayers to you Shelley and Becca during this difficult time. I’m sure you already know you were the center of her world. Love, Pat”
“RIP my Dear Friend…. You will always be in my Heart & Soul…. You were a Great Lady…. Take good care Shelley & Becca…. With my Heartfelt Sympathies, Pat”