Patsy A. Draeger
March 17, 1934 - November 21, 2017
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Mount Olive Lutheran Church
930 East Florida Avenue
Appleton, WI
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930 East Florida Avenue
Appleton, WI
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The Lord granted Patsy Ann Draeger’s prayers and delivered her from her pain & suffering into eternal life in Heaven on November 21, 2017. Patsy was born on March 17, 1934 to the late Herbert and Agnes (Pagel) Streeter. She was baptized and confirmed at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Fond du Lac. On May 5,…

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Gary Streeter left a message on November 25, 2017:
To my Aunt Patsy: Sorry I missed out today saying good bye as I was sick. You leave me with many good memories from when I was little and we visited the house in Appleton during the Holidays to our FL vacation we all did together to the almost every weekend for years you came to Grandpa's house and cooked a meal every Saturday only to give me the command, "Sit down, you're eating with us". How could I pass your Meatloaf! Simply put; you were a class act. While it was your time to go, I am left with many many good memories from the years that I was able to know you and they will continue to put a smile on my face when I think of them. You did well all around. Rest in Peace.
Mary & Cliff Eldridge left a message on November 25, 2017:
Our deepest sympathies for the DRAEGER family
pfl left a message on November 24, 2017:
My heart goes out to the family on the loss of your precious loved who has fallen asleep in death. May you find a measure of comfort from the Most High God's written Word the Bible (2Timothy 3:16 & Psalm 83:18). Please, notice how God's son Jesus viewed death at John 11:11-14. Yes, Jesus viewed death as one sleeping. And, God gives us hope in seeing our loved ones again in perfect health (Isaiah 33:24 & John 5:28, 29). And, the Bible even says where Psalm 37:11 and how long Psalm 37:29). Oh, what a time that will be! May you find some comfort in these few Scriptures. These Scriptures brought us some comfort when our dad and sister fell asleep in death. The God of comfort always keeps His word (Titus 1:2). Please, feel free to visit for answers to questions that may be unanswered.
Robert Fox left a message on November 22, 2017:
Dear family, I had the privilege to care for Patsy for many years as her family physician. She seldom complained—I had to “pry it” out of her. She chose not to dwell on her own issues, instead seeing the bright goodness in her family and those she knew. I have missed her since my retirement, and will remember her as she was then—caring, grateful, humorous and always seeing the best in people. Surely she will be missed, and in your sorrow, know that she is in eternity, trusting Jesus as her Savior. What hope there is in that knowledge. God Bless you as you grieve her loss. Robert Fox, M.D.
Kathy Hoeft left a message on November 22, 2017:
To the family of Pat, I worked with Pat at AAL/Thrivent for several years. She was a wonderful lady. I am so sad that I lost touch with her. You have my sympathy and I know you all have great memories of the good, fun times you had with her.
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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