In Memoriam : Patricia Blume-Weaver
Patricia Blume-Weaver - age: 69
(March 29, 1947 to May 08, 2016 )
Resident of Benton, Illinois
Family and friends of Patricia Blume-Weaver will be gathering
to remember and celebrate her life on Saturday, July 16, 2016
at Eagle's Hide-A-Way Retreat Center in Eagle Creek Park,
Indianapolis, Indiana. The gate to the retreat center, at 65th St.
and Raceway Road, will be open at 4:00 PM; balloons will guide
the way to parking near the center.
The celebration will begin at around 4:45. At the conclusion,
a light meal will be shared.
Comfortable attire is recommended.
For directions and further details, please see the included Map.
Patricia Blume-Weaver, 69, passed away Sunday morning, May 8, 2016, at her home in Benton, Illinois. A Celebration of Life Memorial will be held in Indianapolis on July 16 at 4:00 P.M. at Eagle’s Hideaway at Eagle Creek Park. All details will be available on the Leffler Funeral Home website.
Patricia was born on March 29, 1947 in Indianapolis, the daughter of Charles Julius Blume and Marie Augusta (Schneider) Blume. She married Richard E. (Blume-)Weaver on October 5, 1974. She was a life-long artist, seeker, and constant friend. She is survived by her loving husband, Richard Blume-Weaver of Benton; sister Bonnie Stellmacher and her husband Dennis of Spring Creek, Nev.; and many nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. Her parents preceded her in death.
Patricia was a graduate of Pike High School, Indianapolis, Indiana Central College, and Purdue University. She served for many years in the fields of medical records management and long-term care. She was joined on the path of her life from the beginning by many loving and steadfast friends and family of many generations who not only benefited from the light of her love and humor, but also from the depth of her soul. From childhood into adulthood and older maturity, she was caring, giving friend who didn't judge and was always there with a joke, a balloon animal, and a hug.
In lieu of flowers, please make memorial contributions to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ncadv.org). To leave online condolences or share memories, please visit lpfuneralhome.com.
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Joby Calhoon - May 15, 2016 Contact this person
My thoughts of Patty are numerous, we went to grade school & high school together. Many of us traveled together in later years and she named us Devil Women, she made our gatherings lighthearted and often times gave us more to discuss than days gone by. She was a caring, giving friend from childhood to adulthood and on into old age. Didn't judge and was always there with a joke, a balloon animal or a hug - she will be missed, but will be our angel watching over all of us. May she rest in peace. XOXO
Debbie & Kathrine Reyes - May 17, 2016 Contact this person
Uncle Rick I am so sorry for your loss. We still cannot accept that she is gone. I miss her so much. Kathrine and I will be there for the services. Aunt Pat we will miss all you balloon animals and your laughing. There will be no time of the day that we will not be thinking of you. May you rest in peace Aunt Pat and Kathrine says that she will be looking for signs of you. Love you so much Debbie your Niece and Kathrine your great-niece.
Amy Richardson - June 28, 2016 Contact this person
Rick, I was so sorry to hear of Patricia's passing. I cannot believe she is gone. I have so many fond memories of coming and visiting you both in Virginia every summer when I was young. It was so much fun. I never had a moment with Patricia where she wasn't trying to make someone laugh. In the toughest of situations she still managed to make me smile. My husband met her shortly after we got married and he thought she was the greatest person he had ever met. He said she was so nice and funny. I only wish he got to know her more because there is so much he would love about her. I am simply heartbroken over losing her. I loved her so very much. May she RIP. If you need anything please let my mom, sister, and myself know.
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