In Memory of Patricia Sue Nalty

August 14, 1942 - September 6, 2018

August 14, 1942 - September 6, 2018

Patricia Nalty, age 76, a 14-year resident of rural Spooner, Wisconsin, went to be with her Savior on Thursday, September 6, 2018. Pat bravely battled cancer for three years, and we are thankful she now has her eternally pain-free body in Heaven!

Patricia Sue Krebs was born on August 14, 1942, in Fort Wayne, Indiana, to parents Otis and Helen (Roth) Krebs. After graduating from South Side High School in Fort Wayne, Patty worked for Lincoln Life before moving to St. Paul, Minnesota where she met her husband Len of 52 years. Patricia worked for a CPA for a time and also for an Attorney, along with a successful 27-year sales career as an Area Organizer with Princess House.

Pat was a patriot who loved her country. She enjoyed traveling, crocheting, and was an avid sports fan. True to her Hoosier roots, you could find her glued to the TV every year during March Madness (as well as the Olympics when they were on). Pat also bowled competitively for many years at Maplewood Bowl, but above all she found joy cheering on her sons & grandsons as they competed in hockey & baseball.

Patricia will be greatly missed by her husband Leonard; sons Christopher Nalty of Big Lake, MN and Jon (Kim) Nalty of Blaine, MN; daughter-in-law Geri Nalty of Big Lake; stepchildren Laura Thimijan and Ken Nalty; 11 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; siblings Donna (Jerry) Toms, Betti (Denny) Bradtmiller, William (Angie) Krebs, and Lois (Mike) Berry, all of Fort Wayne, Indiana.

A special thank you for the care and support from Pat's doctors, nurses, and hospice team.

Memorial service for Patricia Nalty will be held at Radisson Road Baptist Church in Ham Lake, Minnesota, on Friday September 14th at 2:00 PM. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service with a time of food and fellowship to follow. 

In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge in Patricia's name at https://www.mntc.org/donate-now/

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