Patricia Louise Grover, age 79 of Lowell, passed away into the loving arms of Jesus surrounded by her loving family on Monday, June 7, 2021. She is preceded in death by her husband, Lloyd Grover; parents, Maybelle and Everett Cash; brothers, Robert Cash, Mickey Cash, Bobby Cash; sister, Betty Cash; brother-in-law, Richard Kramer; daughter-in-law, Cindy Pigeon. Patricia is survived by her children, Faith Pigeon, Penny (James Phillips) Grover, Pam (Russ) Bramer, Melinda (Allen) Anderson; brother, Ron (Jackie) Cash; sister, Maybelle Kramer; grandchildren, Jimmy (Maria) Phillips, Susan (Tim) Hill, Sara (Brian) Berkompas, Dana (Kevin) Rabe, Joe (Sabrina) Bramer, Leah (Brandon) Childs, Don (Sylvia) Grover, Scott VanDeusen, Bryan (Savannah) Anderson; 19 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Patricia worked as a nurses’ aid for many years. In her free time, she enjoyed composing music and playing the piano. Patricia was a talented artist. She was always watching Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy. Patricia used her problem solving skills to solve many crosswords and jigsaw puzzles. She enjoyed playing bingo, loved to bowl, and was an avid reader. Patricia was always available to help solve problems for anyone in need. She loved her girls, and always took care of them. Visitation will take place Friday, June 11 from 10 AM – 12 PM at Roth-Gerst Chapel, 305 N. Hudson, Lowell, Michigan 49331, funeral services will follow starting at 12 PM. Interment Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens. Memorial Contributions may be directed to Lemmen-Holton Cancer Center, 145 Michigan St NE Grand Rapids, MI 49503.
Dear Mom Grover you are at peace with Dad. Will never forget all the fun we had when I spent so much time with the family. You were a blessing to so many. Love you mom and will see you again all full of that Joy you shared.❤️
Grandma I love you with all my heart you ment the world to me. You help me in so many ways I can’t express them. You always made me laugh and held me when I would cry. You were my rock. I will always miss you.
Grandma I’m gonna miss you, I’m glad your not in pain anymore.i love you very much and I’m happy with all the memories we have created, I will see you again save a seat for me chocolate chicken.
Aunt Pat you will be greatly missed I have always loved you and I will always think of you every day
Rest in peacePatty
Grandma I love you and you will be missed. You were an amazing grandmother and couldn’t have asked for a better relationship with you. You played a big role in my life and will never be forgotten rest easy chocolate chicken
I love you grandma I’ll miss you forever you may be gone but will NEVER be forgotten
My heartfelt sympathy to the family! Rest in peace Pat!