Patricia Lucille Zdziemborski

Patricia Lucille Zdziemborski

04-08-1937 - 06-05-2021

Patricia Lucille Zdziemborski

04-08-1937 - 06-05-2021

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Patricia Lucille Zdziemborski (Pat), age 84

Mesa, Arizona

Saturday, June 5th, 2021

Patrica Palmeri was born on April 8th, 1937 in Detroit, Michigan to Anthony and Ceclia Palmeri. She was the youngest of four children, with her brother Roy and sisters Mary and Carol.  She attended East Commerce High School in Detroit, Michigan.  Upon graduation in 1955, she worked for Michigan Bell Telephone Company in the business office. She met and fell in love with Ted Zdziemborski.  They married on October 12th, 1957 at Assumption Grotto Church in Detroit, Michigan. Pat loved toll painting, crocheting, and gardening.

Pat is survived by her husband Ted, daughters Michele and Nicole (Matthew) Feliksa, grandsons Nathan, Benjamin, and Samuel along with sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law: Annie Palmeri, Dick (Pat) Zdziemborski, Seanna (Nick) Cascioli, and Daroll Zdziemborski. She also left behind dear cousins Pete (Fran) Cenzer and Sharon (Dick) Haynes along with many nieces and nephews who adored her.

Pat is predeceased by her son Christopher, her brother Roy, sisters Mary and Carol, brothers-in-law Matthew Sedlak and Joseph Chinoski as well as niece Susan Chinoski and nephew Thomas Sedlak.

A memorial service will be held:

Saturday, June 12th at 1:00 pm

Fountain of Life Church

6056 E. Baseline Rd.

Mesa, Arizona

Memorial Service

  • Date & Time: June 12, 2021 (1:00 PM)
  • Venue: Fountain of Life Church
  • Location: 6056 E. Baseline Rd. Mesa, AZ 85206

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6 responses to Patricia Lucille Zdziemborski

  1. Dear Michele, I lost my mom recently, too. These transitions are so difficult. My heart and prayers are with you.

  2. Noel Simpson says:

    I never had the pleasure of meeting Mrs. Zdziemborski, but I have known her daughter Michele for many years. Michele always described her memories of home and family with love and truth and laughter so I felt a warm sense of her family life growing up. For my friend I know this time is so difficult and surreal. Michele, know that at those moments when reality sets in and you miss your Mom’s presence, your friends will be there to hold you up if you need us. May her memory be a source of happiness to you always.

  3. Your mom was such a wonderful woman. She was one of the first people that we met when we started attending the church. And she was so hospitable to us. We are thankful for her life and we send our deepest condolences to you and your family.

  4. What a wonderful woman! A mother in the faith and a mother in deed! I remember when my own mother passed, Pat and Ted were there for me. In the years that followed, Pat was a mom to me. She prayed for me and had a smile for me as she called me, “my boy.” Upon hearing of her graduation to Heaven, I wrote these words thinking how Ted must be feeling…

    Too much on my mind, Every little thing reminds me
    Of the love of my life
    And what I want to say to heaven, Is when she gets there from here
    Handle with care

    Until we see you again, we love you Pat from James and Ruth

  5. I am very sorry for our lost. Pat was a wonderful person and took very good care care of her family. Wanted to be their but am unable to travel due my neuropathy. Sending all love and our prayers from all of us. May the Lord help you thru this and bless you forever. Michele thanks for being their for Ted I know he needs you now. Could not get into Fountianoflifery so I called them and they told that they were not involve and you all were handling thj
    s on their own.

    Again, our prayers are with all and we loved you all.

    Your family from Mississippi – Richard, Patricia, Martin, Bonnie and Adam

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