Sue Patrick was a wonderful beautiful soul! She loved, she touched so many friends and co-workers in such a positive way. I especially recall stories where she got breathers calling and she would use her Man voice. I laughed and laughed when she shared that. Every once in a while she would walk by the registers and whisper in the man voice to me. She will be so missed. We are all better for having had her in our lives.
My deepest sympathy to Susan's family. I worked with Sue at Angelsgrace hospice. She was a joy to get to know and a women who you could love instantly. I had the blessings to know her and she was also a dear friend of my (Aunt) Anita Huey, who knew her from Kohl's.
I will always remember her and again, i'm so sorry for your loss.
God had your wings ready, but our hearts were not. Your spirit will be with us always!
Andy, Linda, Ashley, and Alex
Sue is such a beautiful soul who graced the lives of everyone who had the joy of meeting and knowing her. My first memories go back years ago when she was a crafter...her work very creative and her spirit enlightening. Most recently I worked beside her at Kohl's and really got to see how caring and unselfish she was as a fellow employee and mentor. Her humor was well-known amongst us especially her unique way of reminding customers that the store would be closing in a few minutes. Our hearts are heavy, but we are all better people for knowing her. Surely her joy is gracing heaven!
Sue, you made working at Kohls a joy. You kept us laughing and always had a smile on your face. You helped out so much at teaching the register and I was blessed to call you friend.
So sorry to Sue Patrick's family. I always loved seeing her at work snd then when she was working at Kohl's, she was always so kind and positive. She will be greatly missed.
I was a friend and Kohl's co-worker of Sue's for almost 8 years. I just loved her personality and great sense of humor and I will so miss her! My thoughts and prayers are with her family and other friends at this most difficult time.
Sue was one of my favorite people at Kohl's. I worked in the Jewelry Dept. and Sue would stop by and drool over the rings especially. One ring in particular her and I both fell in love with. She ended up buying it. She told me she would leave it to me in her will. Well, she decided to return it (I didn't realize she did, I just thought we got another one in) Later she said she did. I ended up buying it for myself and told her I would leave it to her in MY will. Every time I wear this ring (Quartz Opal) I think of her more so now that she's gone.
I loved it when she would do her man voice at closing over the over head announcing to the customers that we're closed!
My thoughts and prayers go out to the family.