Patricia Anne (Sandor) Gnodle
|Posted 2019-07-09 by mhenderson|
|Published in the Daily Miner on July 6, 2019 -|
Kingman, Arizona -
Our beautiful mother, Patricia Anne Gnodle, has finally gone home to
be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on April 18, 2019 after a
long battle with dementia. Patricia was born Patricia Anne Sandor on
Sept. 29, 1937 in Piqua, Ohio to Louis and Marie Sandor.
She married Joseph Richard Gnodle in 1958 and they moved to
California. She had three children; David, Diana and Dennis. She spent
most of her professional life working for Keenan & Associates, Inc. in
Torrance, California for many years. She retired from Keenan in 1992
as Vice President of the Information Systems Department. She then
moved to Kingman, Arizona, where she had several different jobs,
volunteered in the community and made many friends.
She was very proud of her commitment as a Stephen Minister and touched
the lives of many people. She loved to dance, laugh, play games and
enjoyed her life in Kingman.
She is survived by her children; David Gnodle (Cecelia), Diana Roupoli
(Lou), Dennis Gnodle, stepdaughter; Kathy Keresty English (Mark), her
siblings; Phyllis Smith, Kathy Rouse (Don), Robert Sandor (Sarah),
Christine Sandor (Bev), brother-In-law; David Buresh, longtime friend;
Gary Melland, and numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces
and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents; Louis and Marie
Sandor, sister; Mary Lynn Buresh, and son-in-law; Joe Keresty.
Heartfelt thanks to her close friend; Marjorie Breer Snell, the many
caregivers at White Cliffs Memory Care, Living Waters Hospice, and
Susan Crews, private caregiver.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. July 12, 2019, at St. Johns
United Methodist Church, 1730 Kino Ave., Kingman, Arizona, 86409.
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