Cazasta, Patricia D.
With my deepest Condolences to the family
Dearest Jesus, who wept at the death of your friend
and taught that they who mourn shall be comforted,
grant this family with the comfort of your presence in their loss.
Lord please send Your Holy Spirit to direct them and send Your Spirit to give them courage and bring them your peace in their hearts.
The Lord has given.
The Lord has taken away.
Blessed be the name of the Lord.
So very very sorry to have heard of Aunt Patty’s passing. Such things defy reason, yet we must retain faith without truly knowing why. I will always remember my trip to Albany NY to meet Aunt Patty. What a special moment in our family lives to have finally met love ones for the first time as adults.
With cherishing memories,
Cindy and DavidCindy Allen, Neptune Beach FL 32266
My deepest sympathies to Jo Ann Gerber & the family. Patricia will always be in your heart. May she RIP.Frances Viera , Albany, NY
My deepest condolences, I was lucky enough to meet Aunt Patty as an adult, It was a very moving moment for me to be able to share that day with the remaining family members. It will always be a cherished day in my memories.Pam Zmieske, Myrtle Beach, SC
Joanne and family,
My deepest condolences during this difficult time.
Prayers for strength and keep faith.
So sorry for your loss. Thinking of all the Gerber’s and extended family. XoKatie (Riegel) Urban, Delmar, NY
To our Cousins,
Aunt Patty was a wonderful lady, kind, strong and loving. She proudly carried the Murphy flag for all of us. She seemed to be the rock for her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Needless to say, you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Peter, Diane, Sam, Caroline and JocelynPeter and Diane Stuto, Menands, NY
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