Patricia Anne Ranney

Patricia Anne Ranney

October 19, 1939 - May 15, 2010

Patricia Anne Ranney

October 19, 1939 - May 15, 2010


Patricia Anne Ranney, 70, was born October 19, 1939 in Grand Rapids, Michigan and passed away May 15, 2010 at home in Lake Forest, CA.

Patricia is survived by Charles, her husband of 50 years; daughters Kristi Joseph Toscano, Brenda Michael Barbee and Karla Steve Fruehauf; son Brian Ranney; sisters Nancy Sadowski, Susan Ciucci, Joni Otto, Sandi Quint; brother Joe Kuzma; grandchildren Jake and Megan Fruehauf, Kyle Barbee, Justin and Brandon Toscano.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be Saturday, May 22, 2010 at 12:00 P.M. at Santiago de Compostela Catholic Church, Lake Forest, CA. Interment to follow at Ascension Cemetery, also in Lake Forest.

In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to Saddleback Memorial Foundation Pulmonary Department, c/o Patricia Ranney, 24451 Health Center Dr. Laguna Hills, CA 92653.

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31 responses to Patricia Anne Ranney

  1. May the memories you shared, help to give you comfort. And may your belief in a better place calm your heart.

    Bill and Sharon

  2. We offer our sincere condolences to Chuck, Kristie, Brenda, Karla, and Brian in this time of sorrow. Pat’s Faith, strength, and kindness was an inspiration to us all. We have lost a dear friend.

  3. Annie Fleury says:

    I’m so very sorry for your loss Chuck! Stay strong and take one day at a time. Thinking of you at this time and May God gives you added strength and patience to get through this difficult time.

  4. Hi Kristi and Family – I was reading the paper today, and saw the loss of your mother on Earth, and the gain of your mother in Heaven.

    Kristi, we were good friends at WMU. I remember when your family moved to California – and I came to visit you in El Toro – via Amtrak from San Fransico. Your whole family was so fun to hang out with. Your mom always made sure we had a good dinner. Your sisters were – and probably are still a blast.

    Remember driving the limo on the beach ::

    God Bless, I am saying a prayer for your family. Michelle Yingling

  5. To The Raney/Kuzma Families,
    I was sorry to read about Patsy’s death in the GRAND RAPIDS PRESS. Patsy and I were friends from age 3 1/2 years. We lived five houses away from each other on Watson Street in Grand Rapids. We walked to Sacred Heart school when we started in first grade. We made our first Holy Communion together, we learned to ride bikes, roller skate and ice skate holding hands together to keep our balance. We also did a lot of baby sitting for her sisters and brothers! She had a wonderful mom Ann and dadJoe and brothers and sisters. We would wait on tables together at Polish weddings as her Grandma Matel was a well known Polish cook in Grand Rapids. I will remember her in my prayers for sure. We learned to say our rosaries in Polish together on the front steps of her Watson street house.

    Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon her. May her soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, rest in peace. Amen

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