Patricia K. Nauditt

Patricia K. Nauditt

Patricia K. Nauditt was born August 21, 1943 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  She fell asleep in the Lord on August 2nd, 2012 in Renton, Washington after a long and valiant battle with cancer.

Patricia is survived by her husband, David; daughters: Amy Parshall and Nikki Heinrich, son-in-law Tom Heinrich, and her grandchildren: Calla Parshall, Ariana, Elizabeth and Alexander Heinrich.

Patricia has also left behind her twin sister, Paula Daniels and her husband Harold Daniels and their children Dawn and Heather, her younger sister, Kiki Kuzovich and her daughter Natasha, and Katie Kuzovich, daughter of her late brother Nicholas Paul Kuzovich.

Patricia spent her childhood growing up in a small town in Pennsylvania and came to Washington as a young married woman in 1966.  She was a dedicated mother and wife who spent many hours volunteering in her daughter’s school activities and PTA.    She was known as “Baba” to her grandchildren and she dedicated most of her time to her family.  She was a respected member of the Orthodox Church and touched many lives as a founding member of St. Katherine’s Orthodox Church in Kirkland, Washington.

Pat is remembered as a very thoughtful and caring woman who was very good at making others feel welcome and loved.   She enjoyed RV’ing with her husband Dave and dear lifelong friends who would join them.

Patricia will never be forgotten by those who called her “Baba”, “Mom”, “Wife”, “Sister”, and “Friend”. XOXOXO

In Lieu of Flowers, please send donations to American Cancer Society.

The Services will be held at St. Katherine Orthodox Mission 14216 132nd Ave NE Kirkland, WA 98034: Panikhida Vespers at 7p.m.Tuesday, Aug. 7; and Liturgy Funeral Service at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 8.  Burial will be family only.

May her Memory be Eternal.

5 Responses to “Patricia K. Nauditt”

  • Reader Chris and Rosie Huehnergarth says:

    We will remember you every Sunday and keep you in our hearts. I know you are in a better place and keeping an eye on your family. We’ll be there for Dave, Pat. May your memory be eternal.

  • Amy Parshall says:

    I miss you Mommy, XOXOXO!

  • Michael & Patti Sass says:

    Rest peacefully, Pat. You will always be in our hearts. Memory Eternal. XOXO

  • Calla Parshall says:

    Will never be forgotten, I still miss you everyday. Sometimes I still cry thinking about how I wish you were still here, but at the same time I know that you’ll never fully leave me. I still feel your presence in my life now more than ever. You must be so proud of me right now. Im doing so well, Thanks to you. Visit my Mother in her dreams every night, she misses you so much Baba. I love you.

  • Wild Rose says:

    We all miss you and love you baba. I think about you all the time. Mom, dad, Alex, Ariana and I miss, love and think about you all the time.

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