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Lila “Pat” E. Pfishner


Lila “Pat” E. Pfishner, age 89, of Lowell, passed away on Sunday, January 14, 2024. She was preceded in death by her husband Devere “Dick” Pfishner; sisters, Betty Ward Jaquamain, Janet Ward Harmon, Vivian Ward Messenger, Ardis Fitzgerald; grandson, Dustin Ward Harmon; and great-granddaughter, Destini Cunliffe. Pat is survived by her children, Debra (John) Muns, and Denise (Bill) Pennington; grandchildren, Dade Harmon, Anthony (Stacey) Saganek, Brandi Cunliffe, Shauna (Brian) LaFave; great-grandchildren, Mattelyn Pollema, Owen Saganek, Saige Saganek, Lila Cunliffe, Victoria Cunliffe, Chelsea LaFave, Elliana LaFave, Obec Sosa, and Karlee Church; sisters, Wilma Fallstrom, Bonnie Ward-Wiese, Laina (Don) Fisher, Susan Adams, Emily Cinco; brothers, William (Barb) Ward, and Benn (Lisa) Ward; and many nieces and nephews. She was both a model and artist in her early years. Everything she did in life she did with spirit, passion, and a creative mind. She was full of fun, energy and spunk. She loved to paint, crochet and bird watching. Pat was very loving and giving to all. Funeral services will be held at 12:30pm on Thursday, January 18, 2024, at Roth-Gerst Funeral Home, 305 N. Hudson, Lowell, MI 49331 with a visitation one hour prior. Pastor Archie Messenger officiating. In leu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to the family to help with expenses.

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  1. Aunt Pat,

    I will always remember going over to your home and seeing all your hummingbird feeders hung out and buzzing with birds. I loved sitting with you in the porch and watching them. I will miss you.

  2. Pat, even though we’ll miss you, we know your home. Home with Jesus, Dick and many others who have gone on before. I love you always and will forever miss you. I know you’ll be watching over your girls and all of us left here. Your our newest Angel now. Rest in peace. Until we see you again, in heaven. You were the Best!

  3. You were my Queen Lila. We had fun and shared humor and you loved me like a Mom. I loved you back!
    I sure enjoyed your stories about being one of 11 children and being raised in Oregon during the war.
    You were feisty and stood firmly on your high standards. You took pleasure in beauty and creating art.
    Your main delight was with your family. You loved, scolded, and supported every member of your nuclear and extended family. You also included a few others that were lucky to be included. Thank you.💞💕💗

  4. Aunt Pat you and you missed But I know you are with uncle Dick and your happy Your not hurting anymore And we all.know God is good care if you until we meet again. you You were our beautiful Lady. With a big heart. you sweetie

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