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Patricia Kiewel Schramm

April 13, 1923 - January 22, 2015

Funeral Service

May 02, 2015 10:00 A.M.

Nativity Catholic Church, Fargo

Arrangements

Boulger Funeral Home

Patricia Kiewel Schramm

April 13, 1923 - January 22, 2015

Obituary

Patricia “Pat” Jane Kiewel-Schramm, 91, of Fargo passed away on January 22, 2015 at Kennestone Hospital, Marietta GA. Pat was born April 23, 1923 in Moorhead MN.

Pat worked at various restaurants in the FM area and retired from The Grainery Restaurant at West Acres.

She was preceded in death by husband Ralph Kiewel and husband Roy Schramm.

Pat is survived by two children, Sharyn (Gene) Wanner, Fargo and Tom (Bonnie) Kiewel West Fargo. She also is survived by three grandchildren; Brian (Nicole) Kiewel, Cleveland OH, Debbie Johnson, Fargo ND, Scott Gravelin, Glyndon MN.

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5 responses to “Patricia Kiewel Schramm”

  1. Terry Eissinger says:

    Fargo ND

    I worked with Pat at the Grainery for many years and was always amazed at the amount of energy in such a little lady.
    Pat was one tough cookie at times but if you were a friend you were a friend for life.
    You will be missed Pat.
    So many Great Memories with her and the Grainery.;

  2. Roseann Radel (Bahl) says:

    Moorhead, MN 56560 I was wondering by the ad in the Forum newspaper if this was Roy’s wife not knowing Pat had gone back to GA. Im sorry it is by the picture posted at Boulger Funeral Home. I met Pat at my mother Grace Bahl’s events and thought she was the sweetest lady. Sorry Roy and family for your loss. Roseann Radel from Moorhead, MN and the Bahl family.;

  3. Joyce M Fox says:

    Franklin WISo sorry to here of Pats passing. My Mother Clarice (Curfman) Walgren is so glad we had visited and I had the pleasure to meet her cousin Pat and Roy. Our deepest sympathy.
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  4. Carol Kuehl says:

    Sympathy to Tom and Bonnie. Take Care.

  5. Cindy Togstad says:

    I worked with Pat (Grainery MOM) for 12 years and come to love this lady very much! Full of energy and gusto! We played many many tricks on her and glad she did not have a heart attack over them! We had many good laughs and a few sorrows we went through together. Over the last few years we lost contact but my heart and memories were still with her. Thank You MOM for the memories, love, laughs and most of all knowing a wonderful Grainery MOM such as you! Until we meet again in the next life!!!!

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