Patricia Estelle Petrosky

Patricia Estelle (Lee) Petrosky was born on October 26,1945 to loving parents, Patricia (Webb) Lee & F. Melvin Lee, of Madison, Illinois. She enjoyed a happy childhood along with her sister, Jane & brothers, Roland & Roger.

She attended St. Mary’s Catholic elementary school then on to Madison High School.
She was a very good student & made friends easily.
She met and married her sweetheart, John Petrosky Jr. On August 17th 1964. They shared 59 blessed years together.
Later she attened Southern Illinois College & received a degree in accounting.

She worked for Commercial Letter in St. Louis then on to Park-n-Shop in Bethalto, IL.

Patricia is survived by her husband John, 3 daughters, Lisa Jordan, Cynthia (Mark) Edwards, Rebecca (James) Sayles, & son, Jason Petrosky. She left a legacy of 13 adoring grandchildren & 21 beautiful great grandchildren. She is also survived by her sister, Jane (Maley) Grimes, sister-in-law, Linda Lee & many neices & nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Patricia & Melvin Lee, daughter Mary Ellen Petrosky, sister Mary Ellen Lee, brothers Roland M.Lee & Roger S. Lee, grandson Alexander Spurgeon, step granddaughter Taryn Edwards & son (in-law) Mark D. Jordan.

Pat loved life. Her family was her #1 priority. She was always available to listen when you wanted to talk or lend a hand to whomever needed help. She had an infectious laugh, loud voice, fun loving spirit & generous heart. She enjoyed playing cards & board games, reading, caring for her roses & family get togethers.

She was a parishioner of Our Lady Queen of Peace in Bethalto & St. Mary’s Church when she lived in Madison, where she was honored to be a member of the “Bells of St. Mary’s”.

She & John shared a home in Holiday Shores where they were blessed with wonderful friends & neighbors. All of whom she treasured.

No one will ever be able to fill her shoes.
Pieces of our hearts went with you, we know you will keep them safe until we are together again.

Rest in Peace Momma,
We love you

1 Comment

  1. Lisa Jordan on December 4, 2023 at 8:22 pm

    Momma I miss you. You were my dearest friend, most trusted confidante, my North Star.
    Life will never be the same without you.
    I pray that you have found the peace that you most assuredly deserve.
    Please hug my Mark for me momma. I am so glad he has you with him now. You two will be my voice of reason, & my proof that there is such a thing as unconditional love.
    You will be forever in my heart.
    I love you momma,

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