Patricia “Pat” Kyser

Date of Death: December 5, 2013
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Patricia (Pat) Hill Kyser passed away peacefully on Thursday, December 5, 2013, with her loving family at her bedside. She was predeceased by her parents, Harry and Leola Hill, brother and sister-in-law Ronald and Sonia Hill, and her beloved maternal grandparents Arthur and Eva Cope. Pat will be sadly missed by her loving husband ofContinue Reading

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Les Kyser left a message on December 17, 2013:
THANK YOU PAT Thank you for saying “Yes” when I asked you if you’d like a ride home from our Senior Play practice. That’s where it all began and my life was forever blessed. Thank you for that first date. Sorry about getting home so late and upsetting your Mom. I don’t think she ever did buy into the failed car battery story. Thank you for sticking with me in those years after high school graduation while you were in nurse’s training and I was pursuing an engineering degree. Oh Yeah there was some sparring back and forth but we always knew we’d end up at the altar and spend the rest of our lives together. Thank you for marrying me. It paralleled the births of our children for the happiest day of my life. Thank you for making our first house, at 41 O’Kane Street in Central Islip, a home. It was four rooms and a bath with central heating (one register in the middle of the living room floor) and well over priced at $85/month. It was our dream home when you finished decorating it and putting everything in the right place. Thank you for raising our children. I’m confident those who know Allison and Eric would agree you did a superb job. Thank you for being such a great Wife, Mother, and Grandmother. Thank you for the love you had for your parents and grandparents and for my parents and sisters. You were so close to all my sisters they were truly your sisters as well. Thank you for all the great food you prepared over the years. You were a super cook. Thank you for sharing and maintaining our present house for the last 50 years. It is full of many memories and reminders of you that will keep me company as long as I’m here. Thank you for your unending love the past 63 years. Thank you for your magnificent smile. Over the past year, while you were in the assisted living facility and the nursing home, your smile was even more special. As I visited each day I looked forward to being greeted with your smile that, as so many have said, just lit up the room. It was a smile you’d give to someone you hadn’t seen for years, but you did it for me almost every day and I loved seeing it. I know the day will come when I’ll see your smile again and until that day I’ll do my best to remember the last time I saw it. Until we meet again I’ll be thinking of you and celebrating the great life we had on Earth as I look forward to an even better time in Heaven. Save a place for me next to you. With All My Love, As Always - Les
Mike & Debbie Edmonds left a message on December 12, 2013:
Eric & Carol ... so sorry to hear of Eric's mother's passing. While I never met her, from Eric's Dad's memorial comments she sounds like a wonderful lady who had a fantastic life and who surely passed her love of life on to her family ... Eric for sure! We know you're hurting now but hope reflecting on her life gives you comfort during this time. Take care dear friend and know you and she are in our thoughts. Mike & Debbie Edmonds
Rick & Jan Bradshaw left a message on December 11, 2013:
Dear old friend Eric, So very sorry to learn of your mom's passing. I'm sure these are difficult times, but please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prays. Best regards, Rick & Jan Bradshaw P.S. We make your mom's carrot cake every holiday season!
Don and Mary DeGraeve left a message on December 10, 2013:
Dearest Eric, Carol and Kyser family, You are in our thoughts as you celebrate your mom's long life. My your stories and warm memories comfort you at this difficult time. Hope you can feel the love we are sending to you all. With friendship, Don and Mary DeGraeve
Marshall left a message on December 9, 2013:
Dear Kyser Family, My most sincere thoughts for the loss of your Mother Pat. I know these are very trying times and as a long time friend of Eric I wanted to let you know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Warmly, Marshall Gobuty
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Ed Schwarz left a message on December 9, 2013:
Les, Please know the empathy of a long term friend at this lifetime crossroad. Even now however, may we both count the many parallel blessings of a long life shared with our life mates. I wish to you comfort, emotional support, and fulfillment in the blessings of a successful marriage, embraced by loving children, grandchildren and our shared Christian hope of eternal life together. In His name, Ed Schwarz
Shari Lewis left a message on December 9, 2013:
met Pat when she was staying at Emeritrus with my mom She always made me smile very Special lady Rest in Peace.
Debbi left a message on December 8, 2013:
Will miss you, Aunt Pat. So happy Mom and I were able to get to visit you twice this past summer. Mom will be waiting for you at heavens door. Love you always.
susan lenza ketcha left a message on December 8, 2013:
We will miss you very much.
Millie and Gene Hole left a message on December 7, 2013:
My memories are many my sorrow great..My parents home was always open to her when we shared our years at AMH as her parents home was open to me...Her parents and grandparents so gracious to me. My prayers are with Patti s family and friends at this time. Patti was my Matron of Honor 57 years ago and I was a bridesmaid for her when she was married..58 years ago..Our friendship is one I cherish..
DICK MOYNIHAN left a message on December 7, 2013:
Allen Memorial left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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