Patti Lehmann

patti lehmann

Patti Lehmann, 54, was welcomed home to heaven on October 28, 2010, surrounded by many loving family members and under the care of Hospice of the Red River Valley. We will forever be amazed at the strong will and positive attitude she demonstrated every day in her battle against cancer.

Patti Marie Lien was born May 21, 1956, to Donald and Arlene (Cullen) Lien. She graduated from Shanley High School in 1974. In 1977 she graduated from NDSCS with her LPN nursing credentials.

On June 11, 1977, she married Paul George Lehmann; they made their home in Fargo. They welcomed into the family their daughter, Melissa, in 1979; and their son, Michael, in 1981.

Patti was gifted at taking care of others' physical and spiritual needs. She served as religious education coordinator at St. Anthony's Church, Fargo, for several years. She returned to nursing in 1991, joining the cardiology department at Innovis Clinic. She was a member of the nursing team at Riverview Place for a short time before returning to where her heart was in the Innovis cardiology department. Patti was a longtime member of First Baptist Church, serving as a deacon for many years, and also filling roles on the social committee and serving as a scripture reader.

Patti is survived by her husband, Paul Lehmann; son, Michael Lehmann; daughter, Melissa (Erik) Uetz; grandson, Harris Uetz; parents, Don and Arlene Lien; brother, Bob Lien (all of Fargo); brother, Rick Lien (Big Toad Lake, MN); nephew and niece, Erik and Amanda Lien; many aunts, uncles, and cousins; and countless friends.

Patti is preceded in death by her father- and mother-in-law George and Marie (Gast) Lehmann; her maternal grandparents, Thomas and Alvina Cullen; and her paternal grandparents, Myron and Adeline Lien.

Our family would like to deeply thank those who provided Patti with such loving care throughout her illness. Our sincere thanks goes out to everyone at the Innovis Cancer Center, Hospice of the Red River Valley, and to her parents Don and Arlene who welcomed Patti into their home to care for her during her final days. We will be forever grateful.  

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  1. Fargo North Dakota
    Our deepest sympathy to Patti’s family.Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Patti was my nurse at Innovis– she was the best and has been very much missed. I am sure you have some great memories.

  2. Paul, I remember you from LHS. I am sorry to hear of your wife’s passing. May the grace of God shine upon you today and always.

  3. Melissa, Mike, and Paul: I was deeply saddened to hear of Patti’s passing. May it give you comfort and peace to know that God has taken her home to be with him and you will see each other again one day. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time.

  4. Osage MN
    Rick and family: We were sorry to hear of Patti’s passing. It seems no matter what age or illness of a person, it doesn’t make the loss any less difficult. She sure gave this dreaded cancer a fight. Please accept our sincere heatfelt sympathy and may God give all of you strength to make it through this difficult time and going forward.

    Your friends…Ray and Dee

  5. West Fargo ND
    Patti was a wonderful lady that will be missed very much…Hope she is celebrating like crazy at the feet of Jesus!
    Melissa, Mike and Paul, Know that she is watching over you always with her love.

  6. West Fargo ND
    Our sincere sympathy to Melissa and your family on your mom’s passing. May she rest in peace, with perpetual light upon her.

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