Pat Fuhrmeister

December 13, 1934 ~ July 2, 2022

Patricia Jane “Pat” Fuhrmeister, 87, of Naples, FL, formerly of Park Hills passed away July 2, 2022. She was born December 13, 1934 in Loraine, OH. Pat was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of the Leadbelt. She enjoyed doing needle point, playing golf and bridge in her spare time.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Austin William and Lilly (Darcy) O’Toole; husband, Frederick B. Fuhrmeister; son, Jim Fuhrmeister; brother, William Austin O’Toole; sister, Colleen O’Toole Anderson.

Pat is survived by three children, Linda Aschom and husband Kenneth of Naples, FL, Frederick W. Fuhrmeister of Bonne Terre and David E. Fuhrmeister and wife Melissa of Mount Juliet, TN; six grandchildren, Emma (David) Robertson, Elizabeth (Ryan) Fuhrmeister Johnson, Tyler David Fuhrmeister, Gillian Grace Furhmeister, Kendra Boyd, Katlyn Fuhrmeister; step-grandson, Ryan Nash; three great-grandchildren; one brother, Dennis (Melinda) O’Toole; one sister, Shelia Tomazic.

A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, July 16, 2022 at 11:00 AM at the C.Z. Boyer & Son Funeral Home – Taylor Chapel in Farmington with Pastor Raquel Tomacruz officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to First Presbyterian Church of the Leadbelt.

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  1. Pat's apple cake was the BEST‼️And many memories of the secret shared recipe❤️

  2. Pat's apple cake was the BEST‼️And many memories of the secret shared recipe❤️

  3. Pat and Shirley Williford helped me to become whom I am today.  Pat trained me to put in Child Support Payments.  I loved that job.  I have sent her a Christmas card every year and she has written a few letters back. Praying for the family she loved you all dearly.  God Bless you all.

  4. Mom and Pat were best friends until the day they passed. I remember spending a lot of time with Pat growing up and she was like my second mom. As mom enjoyed her company so did I. She was a joy to be with and she was not shy to give me advice. Shortly after mom had passed Pat was missing her frequent phone call with her. She called me instead to replace that. We had a good conversation and l know it made us both feel better. I loved her dearly. 

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