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Patricia Ann (Frazier) Wheeler
July 17, 1948 ~ September 24, 2023 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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Patricia Ann Wheeler, age 75, passed away Sunday, September 24, 2023 surrounded by family at Rutland Regional Medical Center.
Patty was born in Moriah, NY on July 17, 1948. She was the daughter of Frank and Neva (Austin) Frazier. She grew up in Westport, NY where she received her early education and graduated from Westport High School.
After meeting the love of her life in 1971, she moved to Vermont and married Cleo Earl Wheeler on September 4, 1971. Family was very important to her. She is survived by her husband, Cleo and her six children; Sherry LaPorte (Rick) of N. Chittenden, Shelley Smith-Lawrence (Brian) of N. Chittenden, Jake Wheeler (Stephanie) of Bethel, Mandy Wheeler (Jay) of Pittsford, Cy Wheeler (Shelby) of Chittenden, and Luke Wheeler (Kym) of N. Clarendon. Grand-children, Thomas LaPorte (Heather) of Brandon, Ryan LaPorte (Gwen) of Brandon, Isabel Anne of Brandon, Samantha Paige of Pittsford, Austin Wheeler and Olivia Wheeler of Bethel, Amy Kehoe (Ashley) of Pittsford, and Evan Smith (Kate) of Rutland. 11 great-grandchildren; Matelin, Stella, Georgia, Marion, Elsie, Gabby, Hunter, Ellie, Levi, Addilyn, and Cohan. She is also survived by her beloved friend, Bonnie Smith.
She was an artist and loved to paint, color and be creative. In her later years, she started to write her memoir, poems, and a manuscript. She loved spending time with family and loved the Lord. When asked how she wanted to be remembered, she wrote, “Love does conquer all. I was a warrior and won peace. I loved my children deeply and that stays forever. I want people to know I loved the Lord and hung onto His promises. I am grateful He gave me this time on earth to experience joy and sorrow.”
Memorial gift in lieu of flowers may be made, in her memory to; Chittenden Public Library, 223 Chittenden Road, Chittenden, VT 05737.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Miller & Ketcham Funeral Home in Brandon.