Thursday, July 25, 2019, 4:00-7:00pm
Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation
Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, PA
Mass of Christian Burial:
Friday, July 26, 2019, 10:30am
St. Michael Roman Catholic Church
85 N. High St., Greenville, PA
Rev. John Miller and Rev. V. David Foradori, as con-celebrants
Patricia P. Blatt, age 81, of Vine Ave., Hempfield Twp., Greenville, passed away Sunday morning, July 21, 2019 in the ER of UPMC Shenango Valley, after a brief illness.
She was born in Randolph, NY on July 8, 1938 to George and Lucy (Dow) Boyer. Pat was a graduate of Randolph Central High School, received her certification as an L.P.N. from Miller-Filmore School of Nursing and her R.N. from Penn State University.
She was employed as an R.N. For thirty-five years at Greenville Regional Hospital, and was then employed for ten years as a School Nurse at St. Michael's School and Greenville Area School District.
Pat was a member of St. Michael Roman Catholic School, where she sang in the choir and volunteered in the rectory. She also served as a volunteer at the Good Shepherd Center. Pat enjoyed cooking, reading and most importantly, spending time with her family.
On March 3, 1962 she married William H. Blatt, Sr., he survives. Also survivng are four sons; Dr. William H. Blatt, Jr. and his wife Nancy of Newington, NH, Timothy Blatt and his wife Beth of Cody, WY, Christopher Blatt and his wife Natalie of Greenville and Andrew Blatt and his wife Val of Eighty-Four, PA. And twelve grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents, a sister; Jane Arrance and two brothers; George Boyer and Bud Boyer.
Memorial contributions may be made to St. Michael School Endowment Fund, 85 N. High St., Greenville, PA 16125.
Andy I’m so very sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. My heart and prayers go out to you and your family at this very difficult time
Bill, boys, and family, We are so sorry to hear of the loss of Aunt Pat. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
With love and sympathy,
Bill and Sue Long and Family
To all the family,
Sending our deepest sympathy and prayers. Fred and Betty K Junk
Prayers and condolences
Bill and family,
Dick and Mollie Cotten are sending our deepest sympathy and prayers to you and your family on the loss of your beautiful wife and mother. Mollie worked for years with Pat at Greenville Hospital and I always admired her special touch for caring for her patients. God made sure that she used her talent of nursing to it fullest. Boys may you all remember that she was very proud of you and your accomplishments.
Of all of Mrs. Blatt’s great qualities, there is one that really stands out to me. She was an extremely kind person. This trait was evident in how she always treated others……her patients, her friends, her family, students that would visit her in the school office, and new acquaintances. Her life serves as a great example of service to others and she will be missed greatly. My most sincere condolences to Mr. Blatt, Bill, Tim, Chris and Andy and their families.
Thoughts and prayers to the family
Andy and Family,
My deepest sympathies and prayers to your entire family. Your mom was a lovely person to talk with. I’m truly sorry to hear of her passing. You are all in my thoughts.
JJ and Family
My thoughts and love go out to Uncle Bill and my cousins Bill,Tim,Chris and Andy. I loved my Aunt Pat dearly and will miss her. She was a beautiful, kind and loving woman and will always be remembered in that way!
So sad to read of my long time friend Pat’s unexpected death. I was a high school friend and after high school worked in the same office. Pat was in a bad auto accident hit head on by a drunk driver, while recovering she said to me everyone is so nice here let’s become nurses. So we went to nursing school and graduated with RN’s at Millard Fillmore School of Nursing in Buffalo. We were roommates. My heart goes out to you Bill and all of your family. Love Pat and Dale
I had a couple of “moms” growing up. Mrs. Blatt was one of them. I’ve known her since I was born and she was my main protector from the Blatt boys. Days of playing pac man in the basement, amazing cookies, food for an army and hugs where I always felt safe…I wasn’t ready to say goodbye. You will be missed Mrs. B! By many. My thoughts and love go out to you Mr. B and crew. Love you guys!
To you, Bill, the “boys,” and all your family, my deepest sympathy and prayers… Pat was just so wonderful… wife, mother, nurse, and friend… she was so good to me in my time at St. Michael’s…. I will always remember her fondly…. May the Lord grant her Eternal Rest, Peace, and Happiness and give you all a share of His consoling Spirit in your grief….
Bill and Family,
No words hold enough power to ease your hearts pain. May God bless you and your family to overcome this crucial time…..never think that you are alone in this journey. Aunt Pat was a wonderful loving woman! In difficult times, always go to the word. Psalm 23 always holds the best words of encouragement and comfort through difficult times such as these. To God be the Glory!
My deepest condolences!
To the Blatt family, prayers and our deepest sympathies.
Andy and Val,
So sorry for your loss. There are no words that can express out sorrow or your pain. Surround yourselves with loved ones and celebrate the great memories!
Family of dearest Pat ,please know I was very saddened to hear of Pat’s passing. Pat and I worked side by side for many years and I hold those days very close to my heart. We laughed and cried together. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with each of you today and going forward, but with faith we make our way. Love and prayers to each of you. Darcy Kerr
I will miss my aunt Pat. My heart is with all of you.
To Mr. Blatt, Billy, Tim, Christopher, Andy and family; No words can express our sympathy adequately. We are all so very sorry for your unspeakable loss. Your mother was one of the kindest and nicest person’s I have ever known. She was like a second mother to Katrina especially and also to Kyle.We will never forget Mrs. Blatt and all the good times we had at the Blatt house. God bless you all at this most difficult time and remember that in life and death, we all belong to God. Blessings to you as you hold onto all the good times and memories of your dear mother.
I lost my best friend from when we first moved to Vine Ave. (’74).Because we had young children we just clicked and did a lot together. Often times we would take Andy and Sarah to the Mall to shop and lunch, only to say, “never again”, but then finding ourselves doing it again. Pat was a great, caring friend, always there to help.She was a great cook, nurse, and mother. I often consulted her with a medical problem before checking with physician husband. On the funny side of being a mother she allowed Chris to run away from home, even supplying a suitcase. Naturally he didn’t go far. You had to laugh at those Blatt boys always horsing around. You couldn’t ask for better neighbors in Bill and Pat. I’d say she was an angel on earth faithful to her church, her family, her work and her friends. My prayers and heart go out to Bill, Billy Tim, Christopher, and Andy, their spouses and children. Rest in Peace my dear friend, I will mess you.
Dear Bill and family, so very sorry for your loss. Pat was a wonderful person Nurse and Friend to my Mother Joanna. She will be sadly missed. Deepest Sympathy to all of you.
Andy, Mr Blatt, Bill, Tim, Chris, & families,
I am very saddened to hear the news. Mrs Blatt, as you know, was “the best.” I thought of you all as my extended family & I feel like your mom made this all possible by having such a warm & welcoming house. A belated thank you to you all for how great you all were to me, when I needed some good people to lean on, and this goes tenfold for your mother. May she rest in peace. A big hug to all of the Blatts from the other side of the world. Ian, Natalia & Samuel
Pat was an incredibly kind and sweet woman, we are so sorry to hear of her passing may God bless your entire family
Pat came to sub at the Sharon schools to sub where I work and became an instant friend. She would always bring me a danish, tell me about her family she loved so and ask me about mine. She would bring me new photos every school year to show me; she was so proud of her sons and grandchildren. I am so sorry for your family’s loss, she was a kind woman with a beautiful heart.
Dear Bill and family,
We are so sorry to hear of Pat’s passing. I’ll always remember her kindness and sense of humor as she took care of us as a nurse. Please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers. With Love, George and Beth Schuffert
My deepest sincere sympathy to the Blatt family.. Pat was a wonderful friend, Mother. nurse and wife. It would be hard to find another like her. She will be a wonderful ANGEL in our LORD’S KINGDOM.
Your wife, mother, grandmother, my aunt was one of a kind. Heaven just became a brighter place. God bless and our deepest sympathies.
So very sorry for the loss of your mother. She was such a sweet, loving lady. Thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Bill and family,
So sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.