February 15, 2017
Resided in Cincinnati, OH
Patsy was animated by a generous spirit and an insatiable love of family and friends. She was the life of every party she attended (when she eventually got there), and her omnipresent smile and infectious laugh filled every room with joy. The only people Patsy didn't count as friends were those people she hadn't met yet. She enjoyed a lifelong love of music and was a talented singer who performed at dozens of weddings. She operated her own cleaning business, appropriately called TBQs (Toilet Bowl Queens) for over three decades, and took pride in the relationships she developed with her clients and their dust.
There is no doubt that Patsy was escorted directly to heaven by her numerous guardian angels, including her beloved parents, John Francis and Patricia Stephenson, her brothers Jerry, Kim, and Shawn Stephenson, and her great nephews William and Robert Smith.
Patsy is dearly missed by her long-time partner and best friend Tim Hackett, her sisters Pamela Schrantz and Robyn Smith, brothers-in-law Bob Smith and Don Schrantz, and sisters-in-law Brenda Stephenson and Karen Stephenson. She doted on her beloved nieces and nephews (Daniel Smith, Pamela Rice, Shelley Masters, Dr. Shane Stephenson, Jena Stephenson, Claire Quehl, Olivia Stephenson, her grandnieces and grandnephews (Caroline and Alexander Smith, Logan Quehl, Shawn and Madeline Stephenson). She will live on in the memories of an extended family of treasured, lifelong friends.
A celebration of Patsy's life will be held at the Snyder House in Cottell Park, 5847 Irwin Simpson Rd, Mason, OH 45040 on Saturday, February 25 from 1:00-4:00 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, please honor Patsy's memory and example – be kind to a stranger, laugh at a dirty joke, and plant an extra flower in your garden this spring. Donations in Patsy's name should be directed to Matthew 25 Ministries, 11060 Kenwood Rd, Blue Ash, OH 45242.
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