Patricia Plavic

Born: 07/07/1945 Passed:

Patricia Plavic, 74, of Sheffield Lake, Ohio was called to be with her Lord from her home on Tuesday, October 29, 2019 while surrounded by family and close friends.

She leaves her daughter, Darlene Leiukart and husband, Paul, son, Mark Shea and wife Corrine, son, Robert Plavic and wife, Jessica, six grandchildren, Matthew, Danielle, Kayla, Dylan, Lily, and Braden, three great grandchildren, Evan, Anah and Amyah and several nieces and nephews.

Patricia was preceded in death by her father, Joseph, mother, Barbara (Jasper), three brothers, Bill, Michael, and Robert, sister, Dora (Meyers), and grandson, Jordan Truxel.

Patricia was born July 7, 1945 in Cleveland, Ohio. She worked in the medical field for several years as a biller, transcriptionist, and QA mentor. She was an avid reader and movie buff who enjoyed cross stitching and has been said to be the world’s biggest Josh Groban fan. She was referred to by many as mom or aunt Pat. Patricia was known for her compassionate spirit, love for animals, infectious smile, quick wit, and sense of humor.

A special thank you to the hospice services and Paula Ware for the tireless care and love that you provided through this difficult time.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Hospice Services of Southwest General. A service will be held on Friday, November 8th at 9:30 am at Mary Queen of the Apostles Parish 6544 Engle Rd, Brookpark, OH 44142.

2 Tributes to Patricia Plavic

  1. Shelly says:

    We had some good times lol love you big sister!

    • Shannon McGuie says:

      Dont even know where to start or what to say;( all I know is she was a beautiful wonderful aunt and we had so many memories together. I love you so much aunt pat and I will never forget our talks our cross stitching sessions our hot tea or cocoa on cold days your awesome cooking and so much more! Miss you so much already but I know you’re in a better place and hopefully one day I will meet you there. With all my love your niece, Shannon and family

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