Patricia K. Creamer of Wheeling, WV, formerly of Bellaire, OH, died Thursday January 19, 2012 in Liza’s Place Wheeling, WV.
Pat was born November 10, 1945 in Bellaire, Ohio a daughter of the late Harry W. and Vera C. Swilp Wallace.
She was currently employed with the Kroger Company in Warwood with 39 years of service, a member of Rock Hill Presbyterian Church; volunteer for Appalachian Outreach Inc, Glen Dale, WV and at Wheeling Hospital.
Preceding her in death, in addition to her parents, was her husband, Charles Lee Creamer.
Surviving are her children, Steven Creamer of Princeton, WV, a daughter, Stephanie Jim Pickens of Falls Church, VA, a brother, Arthur Martha Wallace of Columbus, OH, two sisters, Kathryn Simon of Bellaire, OH and Joan Wallace and sister-in-law Amanda DeShong of Stratham, NH, a very dear honorary sister, Beth Kaufman of Bellaire, OH, three nieces, two nephews and 4 great nephews.
In keeping with Pat’s true spirit of giving, as a final gift, she chose the Anatomical Donor Gift Registry Program at West Virginia University.
A memorial visitation will be held Tuesday January 24, 2012 in Rock Hill Presbyterian Church, High Ridge Road Bellaire, Ohio from 11a.m. until time of memorial service at noon with Reverend Dr. Stan Fedyszyn officiating.
Arrangements by the Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Homes and Crematory 441 37th Street Bellaire, Ohio.
In lieu of flowers Memorial contributions may be made to the Salvation Army 315 37th Street Bellaire, Ohio or Salvation Army 140 16th St. Wheeling, WV 26003 or the Rock Hill Presbyterian Church 56224 High Ridge Road Bellaire, Ohio 43906.
Condolences may be expressed to the family at altmeyer.com
Adrift in the sea. Feelings wash across. We are never as alone as our struggle suggests. The world’s greatest treasures were found in these same waters.
Cousin Pat is part of my memory from as far back as I can recall. We all grew up together as family and will always remain so. I know we’ll meet again some sunny day.
We are so sorry to hear Pat has lost her courageous battle with this awful disease. How brave to give of her whole self so that they may find a cure someday. She had a smile that just warmed your heart through all of this. What a true inspiration to us.
May Gods healing love reduce your pain and fill you all with peace.
With love and prayers,
Our deepest and most heartfelt sympathies to the Creamer family and friends. The heavens have gained another angel. God bless.
– The Lucey Family
Our sympathy for your loss. May she rest in peace.
She was a wonderful lady. I worked with her at kroger. My prayers are with the family god bless. She will be missed
So sorry for your loss, I was hoping that I could make it to the memorial service, but I’m not sure if I can. You all are in my thoughts and prayers. She was a very special lady and I’ll never forget her. Love to all of you.
So sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you. All our love. The Wiethe Family
Stephanie and Steve,
Sorry for your loss. It was great to see you again today even under such sad circumstances. Your mother was a wonderful lady and will be sadly missed by all.
Take care and God bless.
To cousin Pat’s family, our thoughts and prayers are with you and we hope it helps in some way to know that we care about you and share in your sadness. Love to all.
Carollee & Janice
To the Family of Pat Creamer, especially Stephanie,
I am truly sorry for the suffering and grief that you have been experiencing while watching Pat battle this horrible disease. I am so sorry to hear of her passing. She was big part of my life for a long time. My thoughts and prayers will be with you all.
To The Family Of Pat Creamer:
I would like to extend my deepest sympathy and prayers. Pat was a great lady and I feel blessed that I had the opportunity to know her. Pat was a great friend, union steward and a lady with integrity. I know I will miss Pat and all the conversations that we had together. RIP Pat
To the family of Pat, we send our deepest sympathy to you and know you will comfort each other through this difficult time. We are sure she is in heaven with Aunt Vera and Uncle Ibby by now, and free of pain. We love you, Loretta and Mike Robinson
Words seem inadequate to express the sadness we feel.
What moves through us is a silence, a quiet sadness, a longing for one more day, one more word, one more touch, we may not understand why you left this earth so soon, or why you left before we were ready to say good-bye, but little by little, we begin to remember not just that you passed, but that you lived. And that your life gave us memories too beautiful to forget.
Tom, Regina, Tommy, Missy, Nicole, Justin and Hannah Patroski-LaRue Families