Patricia Kniskern

Resided in Escanaba, MI
Died March 25, 2006

Patricia Kniskern, age 71, of Gladstone, died Saturday afternoon March 25, 2006 at the Sacred Heart Hospital in Tomahawk, WI following a courageous battle with cancer.
Patricia was born in Clay Center, Kansas on May 3, 1934, the daughter of Kenneth and Margery Beeber. She was raised in Wausau, WI and attended and graduated from the Wausau High School. Pat lived many years in Wausau where she was employed for approximately 20 years for the Employers Insurance Company. In 1969, Pat moved to Tomahawk, WI. and eventually relocated to Gladstone in 1973. Pat married Arthur Kniskern and together the couple remained in Gladstone where they made their home. Pat was employed for many years at the Menard

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    Pat Kniskern…….
    There isn’t enough great things that I can say about her. She is my grandma and lived only a block or so away from me. We were very close and I’m going to miss her a lot…. she was the one and only person I felt 100% comfortable telling everything to. Whether it be about getting in trouble at school or just getting something off my chest which had been bothering me. She always had some advice for me. Not always what I wanted to hear but I know now that everything i didnt wanna hear I’m glad she said to me because it helped me grow up to be who I am today!! Gram and I would dig around in her garden almost daily, pick rasberries and bake pies. my gram would always save the extra pie crust for me even if I wasnt there!! Always thinking of other people and would do anything to help someone! I’m so glad I was blessed with a grandma like her to always keep me on my toes. I Love You Gram!!

    Amy Chaignot
    Gladstone, MI

    I am so sorry for your loss. I knew Pat from working with her and Scott at Menards. She will be deeply missed. She always knew what you needed and what to say,she help me through the loss of my child and my brother. She threw a baby shower for me when Austin arrived safely. She was so proud of all of you, as she always had wonderful things to say about her children and her grandchildren. I know I felt like I knew you all but had only met Ken and Mary and there children. I hope you find peace and with knowing she is with God. They say time heals and I’m praying that is true, because I know it is one of the hardest thing to have happen, as I lost my Mom (from cancer) in Feb. and it is still just as hard. I hope that someday I will touch someone’s life as Pat has touched mine. May God blees you all and be with you in your time of need.

    Your friend,

    Christy Servant
    Brampton, MI

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