Rosalie D. Patt
Rosalie “Rosie” D. Patt, 89,
of Eldorado, died on Friday, October 27, 2017, at Tower View Villa, Rosendale,
She was born on April 17,
1928, in Rosendale, Wisconsin, the daughter of John and Frances Burgraff
Reynolds. She was a graduate of
Rosendale High School. On October 23,
1948 she married Lyle Manzke. He preceded her in death on May, 28, 1972. She married Harvey Patt in October 1973. He preceded her in death October 1997.
Rosalie was a lifelong member
of St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church of Rogersville. She drove school bus from 1962 through 1997
for Rosendale and Brandon school district, and later for Nichols of Fond du
Lac. She enjoyed playing cards with her
family and friends, bingo, bowling and a little gambling. Most of all she enjoyed her grandchildren and
She is survived by her
daughters: Beverly Krause of Ripon and Carol (Michael) Rabe of Eldorado; her
step daughter, JoAnn (Fordyce) Rathjen of Manitowoc; three grandchildren:
Heather (Timothy) VandeBerg and their children, Taylor, Coy, Addison, Josie,
Nikki and Macy of Eldorado, Heidi (John) Barthels and their children, Cora and
Ella of Oshkosh and David (Angela) Krause and their children, Isaiah, Sophie,
Caleb, Case and Gracie of Princeton; three step granddaughters: Sheri (Fred)
Radandt, Bonnie Patt Sweeney-Nemetz and Christine Patt Jacobs; one step
grandson, Jeff (Geri) Rathjen; and seven step great grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by
her parents, both husbands, a sister, Audrey (Elvin) Stahmann, a step son,
Roger Patt, step daughter, Barbara (Raymond) Bradley, sisters in law, Lucille
(Arlyn) O’Neil and Ruth (Arvid) White.
VISITATION: Friends may call on Tuesday,
October 31, 2017, from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. at St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church, N5680
Towne Road, Rogersville.
FUNERAL: Funeral services will be held on Tuesday,
October 31, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church, with Pastor Kim
Burial will take place at Rosendale
The family would like to thank the staff at
Tower View Villa, Hospice of Fond du Lac and Green Lake and Paul Dercks.
Memorials appreciated to the Alzheimer’s
Association or St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church.
Kurki-Mach Funeral Chapel
& Crematory is serving the family, www.kurkimachfuneralchapel.com. 920-921-4420