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Patricia Salzman

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Patricia Salzman

Place of birth: Chicago

Religious affiliation: Protestant

Patricia “Pat” Salzman née Wilson died peacefully at home on May 27, 2017 in Greenbelt, Maryland at the age of 81.

Pat is survived by her ex-husband Raymond, sister Carolyn, children Laura, Steven, Christine, David and Donna, twelve grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren.

Pat was born on August 26, 1935, graduated valedictorian from Donovan High School in 1953, married Raymond Salzman in 1953 and lovingly raised five brilliant children.

Pat is remembered for her kind, loving and generous personality. She loved the Lord Jesus Christ and was a staunch prayer warrior. She appreciated the small town feeling of Greenbelt and enjoyed visiting with neighbors.

All are welcome to visit with friends and family at 2:00 PM on Saturday, June 24, at Greenbelt Baptist Church at 101 Greenhill Road, Greenbelt, MD 20770.

A memorial service will follow at 3:00 PM with a nursery provided. Feel free to wear red – Pat’s favorite color. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to Greenbelt Baptist Church in Pat’s memory.

6 Responses

  • Erma Butcher On

    The joy of knowing Pat was an individual and triple delight. On many Friday nights we laughed, we talked, we shared woes and food, and sometimes we even played rook. A blessing to us was her sense of hospitality and her love of family. Our thoughts are with the family.

  • Norah McKay On

    Dear Pat's family and friends I know you will be missed by many. I am sure you were a wonderful mother because we feel privileged to call David and Catherine friends. We know they missed you now. Comfort and Blessings to all. The McKay's Jim and Norah

  • Judy Teates On

    I was privileged to meet Pat once and to get to know her through one of her “brilliant” fun loving, kind, loyal friend, innovative, and devout Christian daughters. From that position I have watched Pat come through her illness with a spry spirit, loving and receiving each of her family members and friends with such grace, generosity, and selflessness, and spreading the Gospel with almost every breath. She has been a tremendous inspiration even to one who only met her once. Her presence will be greatly missed here on this earth and cause for rejoicing in her eternal home.

  • Linda Riley On

    I am so thankful for Pat's friendship and all the sweet Christian fellowship. She cared so deeply for us all and welcomed so many into her home with whom she shared her gift of hospitality and her love of Christ.

  • Robert Candey On

    My thoughts are very much with Pat's family and friends, beyond what words can express.


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