Patricia Ann Hartl
May 18, 1949 - March 22, 2003
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Christ the Rock Community Church
W6254 Hwy 10--114
Menasha, WI
Wednesday 3/26, 11:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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Christ the Rock Community Church
W6254 Hwy 10--114
Menasha, WI
Wednesday 3/26, 1:30 pm
Fargo Funeral Home
400 West Wisconsin Avenue
Kaukauna, WI 54130

Hartl, Patricia Ann nee: Vander Loop W1518 Land View Road Kaukauna Age 53, went to be with her Lord, Saturday morning, March 22, 2003, following a courageous battle with cancer. She was born May 18, 1949, to Henry I. And Dorothy H. (McCabe) Vander Loop, in the Town of VandenBroek and had been an area…

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marian fritz left a message on September 29, 2012:
My heart really goes out to your family at the loss of the warm and loving person that Pat was. We spent alot of time talking while working together at Joseph\'s shoes. I don\'t know if I could express in this short space just how much she ment to me or what we talked about. I have always believed that the right people show up in your lives just when you need them. Pat was one of those people for me. I think she knew that I was searching for my own religious beliefs and she gave me the answers to my questions without pushing what she believed on me. I had and always will have a great respect for her for that. I feel she, in her heart lived the life God intended all Christions to live. She also knew I was not a true believer and when she would talk about signs from God, I would tell her that I chalked them up to coincidences. Well, even from my stubborn old analytical mind, I can see she sent me a sign. I do not get the daily paper and swore next time they called to give it to us free, I would say no. We never had the time to read it. I felt it was a waste of their time and money sending it to us when it wouldn\'t entise us to sign up for it after the free period was over. The woman on the phone last week Friday was overly persistent even though I told her no over and over. I reluctantly said yes. On Tuesday, I told myself to take a five min. break and read this paper. I don\'t normally read the obits. but found myself staring right at Pat\'s name when I turned the page. It had been over 5 yrs. since I had seen her and this was a rather big shock for me. I hadn\'t known that she was so sick and I wouldn\'t have known about her passing had it not been for this coincidence, Or was it? Pat? May it have been a sign also when earlier in that week, My son and I almost went to visit the shoe store in the Avenue mall? I now wish I had turned that corner after buying our popcorn and stopped in to say hi. Maybe then I could have found out about Pat and gone to give her a big hug and tell her how much her words ment to me. To tell her that she is the only person I have met that I truely believe is on her walk with God. I will miss her also because she is the only person who has said they enjoyed listening to my long winded stories. That in itself would speak volumes of her patience to all who know me and how much I can talk.
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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