Patricia Frommel, Montevideo, died on Monday, December 7, 2020 in Tucson, AZ at the age of 87.
Graveside services will be held on Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 2:00 PM at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery in Montevideo. People are encouraged to bring their own lawn chair for the service. Arrangements are with Anderson - TeBeest Funeral Home in Montevideo.
After the graveside service, the family invites you to the Warehouse for pizza and fellowship.
Patricia Ann (Jahn) Frommel was born in Montevideo MN October 1st, 1933. She was the daughter of Joe and Lucile Jahn, sister to Wayne and Jim Jahn, all deceased. Pat married the boy across the street, George Frommel in 1953, they raised three children Cindy McDowall (Rochester MN) Steven Frommel (Maricopa, AZ) and Sarah Sitar (Costa Mesa, CA) Pat also has three grandchildren Katie Lenoch, Sam Sitar, and Nicholas Blahosky (deceased) George and Pat owned The Hutch on main street Montevideo and Merlin’s in Marshal MN, both were women’s clothing stores, she took pride in dressing the business women in town, Pat got her love of fashion from her seamstress mother growing up. Pat was an active member of St Joseph church, her hobbies included crochet and needlepoint. Pat was a lover of people, she would visit with anyone, anywhere and there was not a child or baby she could walk by without a giant hello and “oh aren’t you sweet” to the parents. Pat loved to laugh and had a wonderful sense of humor up until the very end. In 2016, after living 50 years in the house she and George built in 1966 on 4th St in Montevideo Pat became part of the Copper Glen family. She met many new friends there, and old friends would visit. The staff treated her like family and took such good care of her, she loved the girls so much. Patricia lived with Alzheimer for almost 10 years, up until the end she was determined to be active and be with her friends. Pat lived her last days in Arizona, she died peacefully at home with family by her side.
In lieu of flowers a donation to the humane society would be appreciated, Pat loved all people and animals so much, it would make her heart happy to know that the stray dogs and cats have shelter from the cold.