November 30, -0001 - March 24, 2010
ROUSH, Patricia D. â€œPatsyâ€, 53, beloved mother of Nolan A. and Rebecca L. Walters, daughter of Violet and the late Paul N. Roush, sister of Debbie Barner, Mike (Sharon) Roush and Becky Drewing, former wife of Andy Walters and niece of Mary Roush and Vergie Harris, also survived by several nieces and nephews. Passed away Wednesday, March 24, 2010, after a courageous battle with cancer. Patsy was employed at Bethesda North Hospital as a medical lab technician for 16 years. Visitation at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 8815 Cincinnati-Columbus Rd. (Rt. 42), West Chester, OH 45069 Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m. Funeral service at the funeral home Monday at 10 a.m. Memorials may be made to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
No Mother should ever bury their child, not a child bury such a young Mother. Patsy was such a special friend. It was such a blessing to share with her. I wish I had known. We’re praying for you Violet(Second Mom), Nolan and Becca. We had so many good times growing up together. I’ll get you copies of pictures soon. Thank you Lord for Patsy!
My prayers are with your family.I know how hard it is lose a Mom. Becky, I remember you sharing the concerns about Patsy as I shared the same about Kay, my daughter, who also had this cancer. I pray that God will give all of you comfort during this time of loss.
Jo Ann Boussum
Patsy was a fighter and loved life and her family, she will remain in their hearts forever. Our prayers are with the family!
Loving thoughts and heartfelt sympathy to Vi, Debbie, Becky, Mike and Patsy’s children. I know that she will be deeply missed.
I have many wonderful memories of your family.
May your memories of Patsy bring you comfort during this difficult time.
Love to all of you.
Patsy was too young to go and we will all miss her dearly. Her spirit lives on forever and now we have another Angel to watch out over us from heaven above and help guide us through life here on earth.
With Sincere Sympathy,
Love Jim & Sharon Deis
My deepest sympathy to Patsy’s family. Nolan and Becca were Patsy’s pride and joy. Family was Patsy’s main focus. She loved talking about her visits to aunts, uncles and cousins. She had such grace when working – never complaining, always helping. She will be missed.
Sorry about your loss, she tried so hard to remain with you but the Lord wanted her more. May she find peace in His care.
My deepest sympathy for all Patsy’s loved ones. She fought long and hard and she is at peace now. A long time friend, you will be truly missed a very sad loss, but I will see you again.
My sincere condolences and prayers are with the family during your time of bereavement. Becky – stay strong…we are here for you and you are in my prayers.
My deepest sympathy to your family. Patsy’s courage all these years in facing and working through this illness was inspirational. She was a good friend, an conscientious coworker, an excellant Med. Tech., and a teacher by example on how to live with life’s rough patches. I miss her smile and her presence already.
Her fight is over, her pain is over, but I know she was concerned about leaving her precious children. She always talked about them with love and pride. How much she wanted to stay here for them! She’s watching over in a happy, peaceful
My prayers and sympathy go out to
Becca and Nolan, and the rest of Patsy’s family. She was very courageous in the face of a difficult illness. She walks freely among the angels now, looking down on all of us.
Thank you for being a friend and mother figure at Bethesda. Becca and Nolan were always your main priority in life. I remember working a Christmas Eve with you and helping take all the toys out of boxes. My heart goes out to both of them for losing their mom at such a young age. But I know that you will be watching over them now that you are an angel.