Patricia “Patty” Ann Werner

WernerPatricia ”Patty” Ann Werner was born September 28, 1961 in Albuquerque, NM at Presbyterian Hospital. Patty sadly passed away in her home in Seattle, Washington of natural causes. She was 52 years old.

She graduated from Fredericksburg High School in Fredericksburg, TX. She has lived in many places in New Mexico, Utah, Oregon and Washington.

Patty was a sweet and lovely soul who enjoyed doing good things for others. Patty touched the lives of many and gave us joy & laughter. She loved music, dancing, volunteer work, helping others, and the Seattle Seahawks. She also loved playing games and often made up her own rules with humorous results. Patty spent a lot of her time working with the Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) in Seattle and assisted in fundraising efforts to benefit LIHI. As a resident of a LIHI property, Patty helped to advocate for improvements and support for all residents of the Frye Building. Patty also loved the Lord and ministered to the homeless and to the residents of the Frye Building. Patty will be greatly missed by her family and friends.

Patty is survived by a daughter, four brothers, two sisters, and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by both parents, Victor and Mabel, her sister Nadine, brothers: Carroll, Thomas, Marvin, and Michael.

A celebration of life will be held at Christ Lutheran Church 4440 State Street NE, Salem, Oregon 97301 on October 4, 2014 at two o’clock in the afternoon. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorial donations be made by check to the Low Income Housing Institute Attn: Fund Development Dept. 2407 1st Avenue Seattle, WA 98121. Other donations are needed for clothing, household items, and hygiene products and can be made by calling (206) 957-8076 for more information. Donations can also be made through the website at LIHI.org

8 Responses to “Patricia “Patty” Ann Werner”

  • vikki werner says:

    You have gone to be with God now and there is no doubt that you hold a special place in heaven. You will forever live on in my heart and I am a better person for having known you.RIP my Sissy. I love you.

  • angela werner says:

    I love and miss you auntie Patty Cakes!!!

  • Jane Sandberg says:

    You were such a beautiful person, inside and out. An inspiration to everyone.

    What a loving and caring spirit, always thinking of others more than yourself.

    Patty Cake, I loved you just as if you were my own daughter.

    You are missed by everyone who knew you.

  • Angela Balderama says:

    I will never forget the last day I saw you and how beautiful and happy you looked – I love ya and I miss ya

  • Simani D. says:

    Life is Not the Same without you aunty ,I Love You Always an Forever.

  • Simani D. says:

    Not a day goes by without the thought of you. I really wish I had the chance to say goodbye but your in good hands with God. Until I see you again Aunty know that I love you and miss you dearly.

  • Jen Werner says:

    I have looked for you my entire life, my family, my aunt. My father was your brother Thomas, and he passed away when I was a little girl. It is so sad to me that I only get to finally see your picture here, with your obituary. My sister looked a lot like you when she was a little girl. I am so sorry we were never able to meet, and that I found you two years too late.
    Rest in Peace.

  • Devin Werner says:

    I wish I could have met you Aunt Patty you are truly missed love you and miss you thanks for what you did in the community. I want to get the families together

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