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Obituary for Patricia Louise Richardson
Aug 19, 1934 – Jul 13, 2023
Mrs. Patricia Louise Richardson, 88, passed away at her residence on July 13, 2023.
She was born in Potosi, Wis. on Aug. 19, 1934, the daughter of the late Leo and Hazel (née Eggers) Koeller.
Patricia married Charles Richardson on Feb. 26, 1955. Together they enjoyed traveling, camping, and boating with their family. He preceded her in death on March 11, 2019.
She also loved flower gardening, cooking, and watching her daytime soaps. However, she was happiest in the company of her family, especially with her grandson, Travis.
Patricia is survived by her daughter, Debra Richardson; her grandson, Travis (Megan Dorsey) Richardson; her sisters and brothers, Pamela (Francis) Ries, Velma Jean Koeller, Janet (Joe) Noll, Lorraine (Michael) Geuder, Karen Appenzeller, David Koeller, Ernest (Darlene) Koeller, Dennis Koeller, and Steven (Jayne) Koeller; her sisters-in-law, Mary Koeller and Alice Koeller; her special nieces, who she helped raise, Tina (Matt) Young and Julie Appenzeller; as well as many other dear nieces and nephews.
Along with her husband, Patricia was also preceded in death by her son, Richard Richardson, who passed away in 2012; her sister and brothers, Sandra, Duane, Carson, Joe, Douglas, and Robert Koeller; and her sister-in-law, Barbara Koeller.
In accordance with Patricia’s wishes, a private service and interment took place at West Lawn Memorial Park.
Obituary and photo courtesy of Draeger-Langendorf Funeral Home.
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