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Patricia L. Fleischman nee Shea, age 83, of Carol Stream, formerly of Lombard

Written by Brust Funeral Home on July 13th, 2018

FleischmanPatricia L. Fleischman nee Shea, age 83, of Carol Stream, formerly of Lombard, died July 11 at Central DuPage Hospital.

Visitation will be held Tuesday, July 17, from 2 PM until time of Service at 4:30 PM at Brust Funeral Home, 135 S. Main St., Lombard.  Interment private.

Patricia is survived by her dear husband, Ralph T; her loving children, Linda (Stephen) Czyz of Elk Grove, Ralph T. (Deborah) Jr. of West Chicago, Mark (Teresa) of Oak Park and Karen F. of Warrenville; 7 grandchildren Kristen (Jeff) Allen of Winfield, Kelly (Chris) Johnson of Lakemore, Ryan T. Arnold of Wisconsin, Kisa (Patrick) Cullen of Brookfield, Sara F. of Chicago, Eric F. of Chicago, Nina F. of Oak Park; 2 great-grandsons, Clark and Dean; and her brother, Timothy Shea of West Chicago.

Patricia had been married for 62 years.  She lived for 15 years in Carol Stream, and had previously lived in Lombard for over 45 years.  She was a graduate of York High School and worked at West Suburban Bank as a Land Trust Officer.  Patricia was a bowler and golfer.  She liked antiques and collected R. S. Prussia porcelain.

Donations to Carol Stream Library, 616 Hiawatha Dr., Carol Stream, IL 60188 are appreciated.

Arrangements by Brust Funeral Home.  Call 888-629-0094 for more information.


3 Comments so far ↓

  1. Sue McKenna Luther says:

    I’m so terribly sad to hear of Pat’s passing. She was always a voice of reason and a bit of a confidante for me. I’ll miss her wise suggestions. My thoughts are with all those who loved her…

  2. Maureen A Stojack says:

    I’m so sorry to hear that my cousin Pat has past on. Pat was such a dear person, and in her many kindnesses over the past few years has helped me so much. I wish I would have know, so I could have been there for all of you. I’m praying for all of you, just wanted to let you know that she use to share how proud and happy she was with all of you. I’m so sorry for your lose Ralph, Pattie was an amazing lady. My prayers & good thoughts to her dear family, and extended family. Maureen (Shea) Stojack

  3. Maureen A Stojack says:

    I will miss our few meetings, Pat’s wisdom, and kindness. Last time I saw her was at the Rose Garden in Elk Grove Village. Pat was kindness, caring, and a willing ear – all rolled up together. My sister Joan had come in from Phoenix, a few weeks ago. I hadn’t heard from Pat in sometime, and so Joan tried to get in touch, too. Bless you all on the loss of a dear Wife, wonderful Mother, loving Grandma & Great-Grandma. Prayers to you all. Maureen (Shea) Stojack

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