Patricia Louise Haman

Born June 28, 1953 in Berea, Ohio
Departed January 7, 2024 in Palm Bay, Florida

Patricia Louise Haman passed into the loving arms of her savior on January 7, 2024 after a long battle with cancer.

Patty is survived by her children of whom she has always been so proud; Kevin (Becky), Tony (Heather), Mandy (Chad), and Tina (Rich). Her eight grandchildren are; Lucas (Audrey), Samantha, Emma, Tabitha, Vinny, Audrey, Danny, and Ricky as well as one great-grand child, Adrianna. They were the special light in her life. She is also survived by her father Donald Kleinschnitz, and brothers Don, Jr. (Phyllis), Rick, Tom (Teresa), Joe, Jack, David (Michelle) and her sisters, Kathy (Gary) Huber and Mary Adamson.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 36 years David Haman, her mother Lorine Kleinschnitz, her brother Ted Kleinschnitz, and brother-in-law Dale Adamson.

Patty was a dedicated wife and mother taking on the role of homemaker and then later in life becoming an executive assistant in the finance industry until her retirement in 2020.

Her viewing and Funeral Mass are being planned.

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Michael Shelton from Irmo, SC wrote on April 24, 2024:
I just heard of Patty’s passing and am so saddened to hear the news. I had the absolute pleasure of working with her for several years and was fortunate to call her a friend. She was always such a joy to be around, with an unwavering positive outlook on life and an ever-present smile. She is no doubt missed by all her knew her.
Annie Huber-Farey from Grass Valley, California wrote on January 11, 2024:
To my dear, sweet Aunt Patty, The memories go so far back and they are COUNTLESS. I remember you attending my 1st Holy Communion and still have the bracelet you gave me. I remember you and dad finding me waiting in the back room of the church on my wedding day, when they forgot to tell me it was time. You lifted my veil and train as we ran around the church, so it wouldn't get dirty, and made sure it was fluffed. You kissed me and sent me down the aisle! You have always been such a supportive, loving, positive, generous auntie! Party hoster supreme, always making sure everyone was comfortable and taken care of and well fed! SO much love always seen and felt in your caring actions for others. How many parties, holidays, birthdays, baby showers, bridal showers (mine included) you hosted at your home! Your amazing hugs, smile, unforgettable laugh, your love and welcoming spirit will never be forgotten! I love you SO much and will miss you immensely, but I know you are still loving all of us and looking out for us from above.
Linda Ruddock from Melbourne, FL wrote on January 10, 2024:
Patty was my longest friend from back in our childhood and shared many memories together. The Kleinschnitz family was my second family. I will you very much Patty.
Virginia Mroczka (Aunt)/Barbie (cousin) from Melbourne wrote on January 10, 2024:
With fondest memories. Aunt Ginny and family (cousins)
Kevin Haman from Palm Bay, FL wrote on January 9, 2024:
I love you mom!!!
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