Patsy M. Wall
October 02, 1944 - September 10, 2020
Patsy Maureen Wall, 75, of Hudson died Thursday, September 10, 2020, at the Laurels of DeKalb in Butler where she had resided for the last two and a half years.
She was born October 2, 1944, in Knightstown to Stanley and Telitha (Tipton) Kirk.
On July 5, 1974, in Pleasant Lake she married Rex A. Wall. He survives in Hudson.
Mrs. Wall was a homemaker and worked in area factories from time to time. She also operated a day care in her home for many years.
Patsy loved to clean and enjoyed keeping her home tidy. She loved her home and working in the flower beds. But most of all, she loved her family.
Also surviving are four sons, four daughters, two sisters, one brother, and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by a son.
A Celebration of Life service will be held at a later date. Please contact the family for details.
Burial will be in Circle Cemetery near Hudson.
Preferred memorials may be directed to the family.
Young Family Funeral Home, Hudson-Ashley Chapel, 612 North Main Street, Hudson is assisting the family with arrangements.
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Patsy was a beautiful person, inside and out. My mother was down the hall from Patsy. Patsy would invite us down to see her always beautiful room. She loved to see her children and grandbabies come visit. She always had a beautiful smile. I lost my own mother on the 23rd. I am so sorry for your loss and know how you must feel. Such a special, loving lady!
So sorry for your loss! She babysat my kids for a while and they loved their "grandma Pat". Even after the kids outgrew a babysitter, she would always honk and wave to them when she drove past our house. She was a very special lady.
Obsessively cleaning, laundry, cleaning, cooking and cleaning some more. Screaming, “Rex” from the house to the barn. Her flower garden. The classic, sarcastic bickering between her and grandpa. She was the matriarch of the family, and I am so lucky to have had time with her I did. Grandma, I miss you. I love you, and I’ll see you again if I make the list!
Patsy was a great neighbor. Ida and I always enjoyed it when she came over to visit. Rex, we are thinking of you and if you need anything, we are here.
Rest in peace Patsy
You were the sweetest and most caring grandma anyone could ever ask for. I thank you for all the wonderful memories. Always bringing family together and always so welcoming to everyone. I love you so much Grandma!
Patsy, the sweetest grandma I’ve ever met. Dating my husband (GR) when we were 14, I always heard stories about how amazing and silly she was and always enjoyed hearing her perky voice on the phone with my mother-in-law. I finally got to meet her in my 20s and she was everything I imagined her to be..... so caring, so happy, and so in love with her family. So much so, she welcomed me like I was her own. My favorite memory is her making sure we had ice cream every night with PLENTY of chocolate sauce. My daughters would have loved every second of her. George and I have started our own ice cream at night just because of patsy. We love you ❤️
My best friend for more years than I want to admit to....Friends forever- I'll meet you on the other side.
I'll forever miss the spit baths before going into the store, even though I hated them back then. Ill forever miss the constant cmt music videos on tv while we hung out and, well, she usually cleaned. I'll forever miss going to hang out and we would sit and watch the young and the restless while folding laundry. I miss her so much. Rest in peace grams!!
Words cannot express the Incredible depth of my sadness. Not only have I lost my Mom, but also my best friend.
I’m sorry to hear this. As the oldest grandson, I’ll miss my Grandma Pasty.