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Patricia Ann Bandini

Private services will be held for Patricia Bandini, 67, of Daisytown, who died peacefully, surrounded by her loving family on Tuesday December 15, 2009. She was born January 23, 1942, in Roscoe, a daughter of the late John and Margaret Schneider Scrip. She was a loving mother to her two sons, her three grandchildren, and a wonderful friend to all. Patty, as she was affectionately called, was a marvelous home maker and a great cook. She brought smiles to the faces of everyone. Patty always had a positive attitude and a great love of life and family. She is survived by her loving husband, of 48 years, Terry Bandini, her two sons and their families; Ryan Bandini and wife Tammy and daughters Erica and Kylee, Jason Bandini and wife Kristie and son Evan; sister, Mary (Mitzi ) Hughes (Robert) of Charlotte, NC; brothers John (Buzz) Scrip of Roscoe, William Scrip (Darla) of Roscoe, Herbert Scrip (JoAnn) of Livingston, Montana, Charles (Butch) Scrip ( Diane) of Roscoe; aunt, LaRue Scrip of Stockdale, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Funeral arrangements were handled by the Melenyzer-DuBarr Funeral Homes and Cremation Service, Inc. of Roscoe.


Terry and Family So sorry to hear about your lost. Patty was a Wonderful person and will be missed by many. Our Sincere Condolences Bonnie Hez and Haley Cowell

Bonnie Cowell Dec 19 2009 12:00 AM

My sympathy to you and your family....My daughter and Shannon went to school together...I also know Diane....

Dee Powell Dec 19 2009 12:00 AM

Our prayers are with you all. Patty was a very special person and loved everyone and touched all who came into contact with her. She has no more pain and sickness only rejoicing with Jesus. We will miss you.

Jerome & Kim Timlin Dec 19 2009 12:00 AM

I am so sorry for your loss.

Mary Milbert Dec 18 2009 12:00 AM

May thoughts of all your mother meant -Of love she gave, of good times spent -Bring you peace and comfort, too, And keep your mother close to you. It will be the little things that you will remember the quiet moments, the smiles, the laughter. And although it may seem hard right now, it will be the memory of these little things that help to push away the pain and bring the smiles back again. I have fought the fine fight, I have run the course to the finish, I have observed the faith.-2Timothy 4:7. As for me, I will lie down that I may sleep; I shall certainly awake, for Jehovah himself keeps supporting me. -Psalms 3:5

Magallon Family Dec 17 2009 12:00 AM