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Mountain View Funeral & Cremation

2350 Montebello Square Drive, Colorado Springs, CO

OBITUARY

Patricia Umholtz

24 January, 19551 June, 2020

Patricia Umholtz was born on January 24, 1955 and passed away on June 1, 2020 and is under the care of Mountain View Mortuary.

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Linda Rial

24 July 2020

I’ll always remember the fun, sweet times we had together from grade school through high school. I will miss her beautiful smile.

Charles Mitchell

15 June 2020

I’m so sorry to hear about Pat. I can’t tell you what sadness I’ve been feeling ever since I received the horrible news. It has been on my mind constantly because I did not even know that she was sick. We get caught up in our own little worlds and forget about our other families. Brothers, sisters, uncles, ants ......etc. I’m embarrassed to say that I haven’t spoken to her in years and I loved her so much. She was a big sister that was always nice to me even if I didn’t deserve it. I’ll always love and remember you Pat. Rest In Peace. Your brother Charlie Bill

Sherry Rhodes

10 June 2020

My little sis”Patrick” was truly a wonderful and unique woman. In the worst of times, the best in her emerged as she immediately took action to ease the pain of those she loved. I, too, am grateful we were all together for Kristin’s wedding last May. She instilled her warm, wonderful gentle spirit in Kristin, and I have no doubt we will see the same attributes in Kristin as a new mother.

Pat was deeply loved, not only by her family but by the many friends she acquired during her walk in life. On one of our visits to the Springs, Pat was working, so we paid her a visit while she was on duty at the hospital. Jeff and I were witness to the same caring and respect for Pat by her co-workers. Additionally, such was demonstrated last May when we experienced a couple of mishaps while setting up for Kristin and Hayden’s reception. Immediately, many of her friends jumped in to assist in remedying the situation before the ceremony.

It was a pleasure to have had Pat in our lives. Her thumbprint on my life has made me a better individual, as I am certain I can speak for the many who loved her. Rest in peace, Sis.

Sherry Rhodes

P.S. Knowing Pat's sense of humor, I would have loved seeing Alisha's bangs after the famous haircut so many talked about!!

Susan Kamlan

9 June 2020

Love you Pat you were such a dear faithful compassionate friend, you are in my heart forever, The years of friendship and all the hours hanging here at the barn with Kristin, flood my heart. Your constant support and love for Kristin and the love you poured out for her and our friendship that came from finding lessons for Kristin, so thankful to you.. all those times You , Jan and I would meet and share our lives together, feels empty without you on this side of heaven. I know you are dancing with the angels and see the face of God and no more pain.. it’s all gone sweet friend. You are so loved and cherished, so dearly missed.. til we see and meet in heaven I hold you close and thank you for everything my friend, deepest sympathy, love you,Susan Kamlan

Karen Hartmann

9 June 2020

I was heartbroken to hear about Pat’s passing. I had the pleasure and privilege of working with her in the NICU for 11 years.
Pat was a dedicated and caring hard worker. She was kind hearted and generous with everyone. She always put others first before herself.
Pat had the best smile and laugh. She was a reserved and private person, but every now and then she’d say something and all of us would say, “Wow, did that just come out of Pat’s mouth?” My memories of Pat make me smile and warm my heart. She touched so many people in so many ways. We are all fortunate to have known her.
A beautiful soul is never forgotten. Your memory is a treasure.
Rest In Peace Pat

Karen Hartmann

9 June 2020

I was heartbroken to hear about Pat’s passing. I had the pleasure and privilege of working with Pat in the NICU for 11 years.
Pat was a dedicated and caring hard worker. She was kind hearted and generous with everyone. She always put others first before herself.
Pat had the best smile and laugh. She was a reserved and private person. Every now and then she’d say something and all of us would say, “Wow, did that just come out of Pat’s mouth?” My memories of Pat make me smile and warm my heart. She touched so many people in so many ways. We are all fortunate to have known her.
A beautiful soul is never forgotten. Your memory is a treasure.
Rest In Peace Pat

Rose Baca- Kimbrough

8 June 2020

I remember Pat as the most loving and unselfish person I ever met. She is someone that I will always remember. She may just be my sister in-law, but to me she was a blood sister.
I can remember a lot of good times.
She will never be forgotten!

Alicia Roothoff

5 June 2020

My Aunt Pat was such an amazing and selfless woman. I will always remember her laugh and her smile. She was a staple in my childhood memories and oh I so wish I had seen her more as an adult. I'm so thankful I was able to see her and the whole family again last year for Kristen's wedding. She was such a ray of sunshine. I'll forever remember her fried green tomatoes, my first bangs haircut, her sweet dog Shelby, and spending countless afternoons at her house. I will deeply miss her and her sweet voice 💓

jefferson rhodes

5 June 2020

I will remember her smile and the memories of her as the mother of a beautiful bride. Pat was a beautiful person, on the inside and out. Jeff Rhodes

June Kimbrough

5 June 2020

Words can't explain on how beautiful of a person my sister was. She put herself last over her family and friends, she did without so her loved ones had what they needed. When she was so ill she kept this from her family as not to worry them. I wished she hadn't. I want her family and friends to remember how fortunate we all are to have had her in our lives. She is at peace now with her Lord and hurts no more.
Kristin, your mom has already held your expected daughter and told your little angle how fortunate she will be to have you as her mom. Pat will be looking over you and Tom, so never feel alone. I do and will always miss my loving sister.

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