Patricia Weber-Slater

Former Saukville resident Patricia Ann Weber-Slater passed away Saturday, June 11, 2022, at her home in Lafayette, Colo., after a long battle with dementia. She was 87.

She was born July 4, 1934, in Milwaukee to Harvey and Florence Rahlf.

Patricia, who was an avid reader and excelled academically, graduated from Rufus King High School in Milwaukee in 1952.

She was an avid jitterbug dancer at the Eagles Club in Milwaukee.

Patricia was a secretary in the U.S. Army in Alaska before becoming a private secretary, then a homemaker.

Later in life, she worked in sales for Avon, as a court reporter in the Ozaukee County Courthouse and a real estate agent and she ran a children’s business.

Patricia was a busy, creative woman who enjoyed ceramics and passionately pursued painting in both watercolors and oils.

She also enjoyed reading and gardening.

She was a member of Eternal Savior Lutheran Church in Lafayette, Colo.

Patricia was the mother of four children, Dennis Weber (1956), Robert Weber and Kathryn McFarland (1961) and Eric Weber (1967) and their spouses and significant others; former wife to Michael J. Weber and Terrance Slater; and grandmother of Andrew Weber, Sarah Weber, Max Weber, Blakely Weber, Griffyn Weber and Amy McFarland. She is also survived by several stepgrandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Her ashes will be left in Wisconsin.

In lieu of flowers, regards and condolences can be sent to Dennis Weber, 1080 Opal St. (104), Broomfield, CO 80020.



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