In Loving Memory
July 26, 1935 – November 5, 2014
God reached down on November 5, 2014 and took one of His precious gifts back… Patricia Ann Deschaine. From her home in Fairhope, Alabama at the age of 79, Pat went joyfully to be with the Lord.
Pat is survived by her children, Joe Deschaine (Adrian) of Dallas, TX, Cheri Glaus (Gary) of Fairhope, AL, Denise DeNardi (Sam) of Medical Lakes, WA, Renee Adams (Mike) of Fairborn, OH, Tom Deschaine of Bay Minette, AL, Mark Deschaine (Amy) of Dacula, GA, Deanne Hopper (Don) of Anniston, AL and Matt Deschaine of Fairhope, AL; sisters and brother, Bernadine Salis, Jim Sedlachek and Cyndi Stunek of WI; 23 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Pat is preceded in death by her parents Matthew and Joanna Sedlachek, her brothers Vic and Ray Sedlachek of WI.
Pat was an active member of St. Agatha’s Catholic Church in Bay Minette for 37 years. She worked as a Driver’s License Examiner for the State of Alabama.
During the Christmas holiday there will be a Catholic Mass in her honor at St. Thomas by the Sea, Orange Beach, AL. Expressions of condolence may be offered at www.hughesfh.com. Arrangements are by Hughes Funeral Home & Crematory, 7951 American Way, Daphne, AL 36526.
I love you so much Grandma. I miss you terribly but I know you’re in heaven looking over us.
We are so sorry for your loss. We are sending prayers to you and your family.
I want you to know that I have lovely memories of your mom. I think only Joe will remember me as I was one of the older Janusz kids, but I remember every one of you. Your mom was a sparkle. She had a wonderful personality and was a joy to be around. I am so sorry for your loss. I hope that you will be able to look to each other for support during this difficult time. Siblings are a blessing.
It was such an honor to know you. You will be greatly missed by many. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.
It will take time for the reality of my dear sister’s physical absence to take hold. It has not done so as of now, almost a month later, and probably never will. And that’s because, Pat (Patsy as we called her as children) will always be here with every one of us in a multitude of ways.
I remember my cousin Patsy as she graduated from high school while I was in elementary school and thinking how beautiful she was. And indeed she was.