Patricia Ann Loiselle

Saturday 1st of June 1946 - Sunday 3rd of January 2021

Patricia Ann Loiselle

Patricia Ann Loiselle, 74, died peacefully in Cincinnati, Ohio on January 3, 2021.  She was the beloved mother of Dawn (Andy) Lenzini, Lisa (David) Willoughby, Jason (Evette) Loiselle and Jennie (Chris) Rhodes. She was also the very proud grandmother of Christian (Carly) Cox, Lauren (Danielle) Bland, Owen Cox, Hayden (Bri) Bland, Jordan (Matthew) Ellis, Mckenna (Josh) Boone, Hannah, Anna Maria, John David, Alyssa, Andrew and Elinor Grace as well as the incredible great grandmother to Tripp, Charlotte and Sawyer Bland, Aidon and Peytience Willoughby, Payton Griffith, Bayleigh and Thomas Ellis and beloved sister to  Thomas (Kathy) Santo. 


She was proceeded in death by her mother, father and brother Skip (Mickie) Santo.


Patricia lived a full life as a wonderful mother, grandmother, homemaker, and employee of Kroger’s until her retirement. Most of all she loved her family and instilled in her children strong values that have served them well. She will be dearly missed and forever in their hearts.


A private celebration of Patricia’s life will be held at Milward-Man O' War location, 1509 Trent Blvd., Lexington, KY  40515.

Donations suggested to the Hospice of Cincinnati, Hospice of the Bluegrass, Mason Health Care Center Mason Ohio or UK Children’s Hospital.



Guest Book



Dawn, Lisa, Jason and all Pat's family: I am sorry that I am unable to tell you this personally [due to a knee injury] but please know you are in my thoughts and prayers at this time of loss. I loved Pat deeply and cherished her as a good friend and fellow believe in Christ. We shared many wonderful memories and she was a light to all who knew her. I am comforted to know that she is no longer in physical pain and is seeing Jesus face to face in her new body and heavenly home. I pray you can also find comfort in this time of deep pain. Much love, Deanie

1 week ago

Jeff Hester


I want to say what a sweet and angelic lady Pat was affectionally know as "Grandma Pat" by me. I guess I called her that because there always seemed to be a bunch of kids running around that house including a bunch of other kids that weren't hers, but she opened her house up to everyone and was a very kind, compassionate and loving person. She will certainly be missed by all who knew her and she always put God and her family first. RIP Ms. Pat and may your family and friends find peace and solace with all the good memories they have shared with you through out your beautiful life. JH

2 weeks ago