In Memory

Patti Hayden (Krause)

Patti Hayden (Krause)

Patti's brother Fred announced that Patti passed on the 4th of June 2020.

No details as yet.  Please keep Fred and their family in your prayers.

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06/09/20 07:26 AM #1    

Sid Frasier

So sorry to hear about Patti, she was always so kind and gracious. My prayers for her family as they face this loss. Rest in peace Patti...


06/09/20 08:37 AM #2    

John Jersig

I was so sad to hear of Patti's passing.  I set behind her in class and would always flirt with her but she had her eyes on Richard who became her husband. I would remind her of that fact everytime I saw her and she would just laugh about it.  RIP!  Patti

06/09/20 03:15 PM #3    

Gloria Ramos (Easler)

So saddened to hear of Patti's passing. When I started going to the HHS luncheons several years ago, my best friend was Nancy Agnew Peche but Patti was probably the first familiar face at Chris Madrids and was always so kind to me in following years. We were not close friends in high school but she always made me feel like we were. I guess I am the only one in our class that lives in Georgia but I so appreciate to be included in the emails sent out each month and although my trip to Texas in March was cancelled, I hope to be there soon and see everyone again at the luncheons. Peace and strength for Patti's family in this time of grieving. Gloria Ramos Easler

06/09/20 08:09 PM #4    

Richard Planas

Sorry to here Patti has passed  , we went to Highland Park Lutheren church  as well as High school , she was always, frindley and cheerful, always had smile  i missed last reunion, but did see her at 50th she will be missed by all Condolences to her Brother, and family 

06/09/20 10:45 PM #5    

Johnnie Buchanan (Hierholzer)

I am so sorry to hear of Patti's passing. We had good Brigade memories and were able to visit once or twice in recent years. She was a truly friendly, outgoing person who made you feel comfortable in her presence. My prayers go out to her family. 

06/10/20 12:53 PM #6    

Pamela French (Henry)

Oh the fun we had going to the games. You were always so sweet and so much fun to be around. 

06/11/20 09:41 AM #7    

Sonia Canle (Solt)

That smiling, cheerful, happy face will always be in my many wonderful memories of her. Whenever we meet again for Bunco or our luncheons, we will think of her and she will be there with us. 

06/15/20 01:58 PM #8    

Angie McGee (Huntington)

Love & Prayers to Patti's Family. Patti was a lovely person who always smiled.  Enjoyed  visiting with her at HHS!   We will miss you ! Angie Huntington 

06/16/20 11:56 AM #9    

Frank Woolf

I did not know Patti in High School, but got to  know her in the last 10 years as part of a small Highlands group.They had monthly luncheons and a Bunco Group. She was a sweet lady, very compassionate about her friends. We  all laughed, cried, and socialized together. In the last 4 years we had many discussions about what it was like being a widower/widow. She will be missed. The sorrow that surrounds the news of her passing is tragic. The memory of her is sweet. RIP dear Patti. Thank you Fred for being there for Patti and letting all of know of her passing.

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