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Remembering...

Patricia Helen Bauer Hoxworth
March 15, 1932 - November 4, 2011

Patricia was survived by her husband and love of her life for 55 years, Richard C. Hoxworth; her sons David and Stephen; her daughter-in–law Cathy Hoxworth; nephew Tim Liebig; nieces Carole Liebig and Suzie Bauer; grandsons Christopher Hoxworth, Matthew Hoxworth, Christopher Freeland Jr., Stephen Hoxworth Jr., and Aaron Freeland; grandson-in-law Ben Turk; granddaughters Brooke Turk and Taylor Freeland; her great-grandchildren, Maximus Braeden Hoxworth, Ayden Freeland, Kourtney Turk and Zackary Turk; and friends too numerous to count or list.

She was pre-deceased by her parents and her brothers Ian Bauer and Vincent Bauer.

Pat began a phone affair in the 1950’s with a dashing airline ticket agent that she married four weeks after their first meeting. They were married on June 29th of 1956 and traveled the world together for the greater part of their lives throughout the Holy Lands, the Middle East, Europe, and most of the Western Hemisphere. She was a joy and inspiration to all who knew her and were around her despite having battled Strokes, Cancer, Diabetes, and Heart disease and living in constant pain for years, you could always count on an optimistic point of view and an uproariously funny comment. She fought her illnesses with grace, aplomb, and most importantly humor and her infectious laugh brought tears of laughter to everyone around her.

Pat will be missed terribly by all who know her but Heaven gains greatly by her arrival.

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