Patricia A. (Schiffner) Laity

Born: Tue., Mar. 17, 1942
Died: Wed., Jan. 9, 2013


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Patricia A. Laity, 70, of Newmanstown, died Wednesday, January 09, 2013, of natural causes in the Reading Hospital & Medical Center.

She was the widow of Arlan W. Laity, who died July 14, 2007.

Born March 17, 1942, in Reading, she was the daughter of the late Stanley L. Schiffner & Anna A. (Pennock) Schiffner, Bern Township.

In addition to her mother, she is survived by a son, Randy Laity, companion of Kay Shoemaker, Moneta, VA; a daughter, Robin, wife of Todd Oleson, Reading; four grandchildren: Ashley, Brianne, Zachary, & Drew; and three great-grandchildren: Hailey, James, & Tori; and one sister, Janet Faust, Tuckerton.

Services will be private at Forest Hills Memorial Park, Reiffton.

The Hetrick-Mull Funeral Home, Inc., Womelsdorf has charge.

Visit, www.hmfuneralhome.com, for permanent online condolences.

For information regarding the final resting place for Pat & Arlan, please contact Robin at troleson@aol.com

 

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Linda King Kauffman
   Posted Fri January 11, 2013
It was with great shock and sadness that I heard of Pat's passing. I am so glad that, after more than 50 years after graduation from Mount Penn High School, we were able to reconnect and spend some wonderful time together at our monthly luncheons with the MPHS 1960 "Lunch Bunch". She will be missed. All my sympathies to Pat's family in your time of sorrow.

Bob & Bert Smith
   Posted Fri January 11, 2013
Robin, Randy & families. My heart goes out to you all. Pat was a good friend & we had many happy times together. We still miss the times Arlan, Pat, Bobbi Jean & Tom & Bob & I would go to Trivia on Wed. nights. We did a lot of good things together. She will be missed at the campground. It won't be the same without Pat on the dancefloor. May she finally rest in peace. Our love to you all.

Dixie Lee Gasper
   Posted Fri January 11, 2013
To Pat's Family - I've know Pat since her and Arlan moved into Eagles Peak Campground so many years ago. Both your parents were wonderful people and enjoyed each other. I'd see your dad helping plant her flowers in the beginning of the spring and your mom polishing the camper. My husband DJ'd for about 18 years and both of them would get out dancing. Your dad with his crutches and your mom for all thefollowing years. They are now together and may they both rest in peace. She will be missed by all. You have so many good memories of both of them to pass on to your children.

Nancy Lyn Dietrich
   Posted Fri January 11, 2013
Robin and your family, Your Mother was a great friend to my parents and me. It was always a comfort knowing she lived next door to my parents. The good times we all shared will be cherished forever. Nancy

Bonnie Hoff and Linda Racine
   Posted Sat January 12, 2013
Robin, Randy and to the Family. Sorry for the passing of your mother. Had great memories of your mom and your dad. She was a sweet person. Remembering her laughing a lot and had a big heart. It was good times with your parents hanging with my parents. Prayers are with all of you.

Adam Ohnmacht
   Posted Sun January 13, 2013
To Randy, Robin and family. I wanted to say it saddens me to hear of the loss of your mother. Pat was a loving soul who touched many lives with her joy and presence. It's been some years but the memories I have feel like only yesterday. I will always remember the nights as a kid with Arlan and Pat and my parents going to have dinner and then spending the rest of the evening having snacks and Pepsi, playing games and laughing till I couldn't keep my eyes open. Something I always enjoyed and will cherish. I am glad I had the chance to see them together at the campground after many years before your dad passed. I also had a wonderful time the last time I camped there as well, when I made a surprise visit to her. She once again welcomed me with open arms. We sat and talked for hours, and I even went to play bingo with her. It was such a joy and truly a great time. I'm glad to have had your mom and dad in my life. They both were wonderful people. She is at peace now and together with your father in heaven as they were together in life. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Ralph & Lorraine Gerhart
   Posted Sun January 13, 2013
Randy, Robin and to the family. Sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. Our prayers go out to you bothmusedap in your sorrow.

Calvin & Judy Austin
   Posted Mon January 14, 2013
To Robin & Randy and the family, Sorry to hear of your loss. Pat was a Friend for awhile. The CampGround will never be the same. She and Arlan have been there for ever. They both will be missed there. I know she had a rough time with her illness but now she is a peace! I can remember when we use to go to the dances and didn't leave till we were so tired. But we had fun. And the Sat. dinners out. With Julie and Barry. We did have alot of fun. And she LOVED her dogs !Think of her often. Rest in Peace Pat.

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