Patricia E. Zellner
June 25, 1923 - November 30, 2019
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Patricia E. Zellner, 96, formerly of Ashland passed away on Saturday, November 30, 2019 at Amber Park Assisted Living in Pickerington, Ohio. Born in Ashland on June 25, 1923, the daughter of George G. and Gladys P. (Bone) Martin. Patricia was a resident of Ashland most of her life until she moved to an assisted…

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Gail Jackson left a message on December 12, 2019:
Dear Kris, Your Mom's passing comes with a deep sadness for everyone fortunate enough to know this remarkable woman. I am one of the fortunate. I loved her. I will miss her. Wherever a beautiful soul has been there is a trail of memories. My most current memories are writing many letters to her after she moved to Pickerington. Letter writing is probably considered a lost art today, but I always enjoyed writing to her. Many of my memories are spending time at your Mom and Dad's house during our high school years. Your Mom always made me feel like one of the family and shortly I realized I had a second Mother to watch over me. The summers spent at Lake Erie were so much fun. Your Dad had a habit of waking us up early to go fishing. "That's the best time to fish." he would say. I always thought this was your Mom's quiet time with the three of us gone and she was loving it! After lunch, with Dad driving the boat and Mom keeping an eye on us, we would ski all afternoon. We figured this was a fair trade for being up at the crack of dawn. The nights found us around the campfire talking about our day, what we were doing tomorrow and eating s'mores. Later, with your Mom's help, we would make "pies" with the irons in the fire. Remember? I could never count how many days like these were repeated over the years. Too many to count and yet, never enough. During our adult years I have always looked forward to our class reunions, but the real treat was being able to stay with your Mom. She would be running around showing me where the towels (and everything else) were in the house and reminding me that the hot and cold water were reversed in the bathtub, as if I could ever forget any of these things. Her clocks we're still chiming in union, also. I am sure you and your family all have your favorite memories of this truly special and wonderful lady. It is my hope that these memories will forever fill your hearts with joy. My love and prayers to you all.
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