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Patti Norma SchukPatti Norma Schuk (nee Schultz), 83, passed away peacefully Wednesday, October 7th 2020, at her home. She was the daughter of the late Clarence and Audrey Schultz and devoted wife of 60 years to Walter William Schuk. Sister of the late Jack E. Schultz. Loving mother of Jarrett Follette, Amy (Randy) Jeffries Sr., Amber (Patrick) Latham and Alice (Cass) Wehner. Cherished grandmother of 7 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. Patti was a graduate of Loveland High School and then attended the Jewish Hospital School of Nursing and was proud to be an RN until she retired with many years in service to the elderly. She was treasured by her family, beloved by her friends, and made unexpected friends everywhere she went. Family will receive friends for a Celebration of Life Memorial Visitation on Thursday, October 15th at Noon until 2:00 at Amelia United Methodist Church, 19 East Main Street, Amelia, Ohio 45102 (513) 753-6770, with the funeral service immediately following. In lieu of flowers you are welcome to make donations to Amelia United Methodist Rebekah Circle, her ladies’ group who provide food and support for those who struggle or are in need. Patti's family looks forward to receiving family and friends and respectfully asks that you wear a mask and social distance to keep all of us safe. We will look forward to receiving your consoling hugs, hopefully, in the near future.
Patti has always been a loving, kind, caring person that we love so very much! We know that she is well and happy in her new spiritual body with Jesus and loved ones in Heaven. Patti always had a smile for everyone and exuded love! We have so many wonderful memories of times at family get togethers and playing Mahjong. Praying that the Holy Spirit surrounds Bill and the whole family with comfort at this difficult time. Love, Tom and Janet Chaney
Tom and Janet Chaney Oct 14 2020 5:27 PM
We are very sorry for the loss of your beloved wife, mother and grandmother. She was a bright and loving person, and she always had a smile on her face. May you find comfort in knowing she is resting in Gods arms! - Lee & Frank Pinkerton
Lee Pinkerton Oct 11 2020 8:34 AM