Patricia Jo (Stegall) Richards

Born: 05/28/1938 Passed:

Patricia Jo (Stegall) Richards, age 81 passed away peacefully on Sunday, June 30, 2019.
She was born May 28, 1938 in Canton, the daughter of the late Jesse and Audrey (Lowe) Stegall.

Pat was a 1956 graduate of Lehman high school and a life-long resident of Canton. She spent her adult life as a homemaker and held a variety of food service and caregiver roles. She will be remembered for her fun-loving nature and generosity. Pat thoroughly enjoyed laughing and passing along corny jokes. Although her resources were meager, she was eager to entertain, prepare food and share what little she had. The gatherings would often include Pat playing hymns, show tunes or the latest pop songs on her organ, all by ear. Caregivers commented that she always had a smile and was a pleasant patient. Residents of her apartment complex described her as everyone’s cheerful best friend.

Survivors include her three children: Jim (Sherrie) Richards, Bobbie (Bill) Uher and Terry (Anita) Richards, all of Canton, Ohio. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Matthew Richards, Jesse Richards, Jason (Jena) Richards, Jeremy (Hope) Richards and eight great grandchildren. She will be greatly missed by her extended grandchildren Timothy Uher and Clayton Uher and her “nieces”
Cheryl (John) Dick and April (Ron) Harsha.

In addition to her parents, Pat was preceded in death by her “sister” Judith (Rickenbrode) Jute.

A celebration of life open house will be held on Saturday. August 17, 2019 from 2:00-4:00 p.m. at Greenwood Christian Church, 4425 Frazier Ave., N.W., Canton, Ohio.

3 Tributes to Patricia Jo (Stegall) Richards

  1. Robert Moorman & Barbara Merriner says:

    Pat was our neighbor several years and I must say I never seen a person with the personality that Pat had.. Everytime we seen her she had something funny to say . She was always great to be around. She was one of the nicest people I have ever known. We will miss Pat . Its just not the same going to the mail box and Pat saying hey Robert I want that Cross. She would always say that to me. Pat was kind to everybody and everybody was kind to Pat. To the family of Patricia Jo (Stegall) Richards . Be comforted in knowing that you now have an Angel watching over your family. Much Love , and R.I.P. Pat, we will miss you.

  2. Pam Weatherman says:

    Pat ( PR) that I like to call her. We always had fun taking her to Dr. appointments and laughing about just about everything.
    Going for rides are chatting in her apartment. I will miss her greatly,she was like a member of my family. We would talk for hours.Bye my friend I will miss you more than anyone will know.
    say hi to chipper for me. love Pam

    g

  3. Sherrie hollandrichards says:

    My mother in law who I called “mom” was so easy to talk to. She had a great sense of humor and was fond of puzzles. She had a knack of doing the hardest puzzle and then framing them. She gave us a beautiful puzzle of a patriotic scene called “chamberlain charge. I envied her quality of patience and diligence of completing these 500 piece puzzles . Bobbie and her son Jim inherited her love for baking

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