Patricia Ellen Hugler
September 18, 1929 – February 9, 2020
Pat was born on a farm near Littleton, WV on September 18, 1929 to Clarence W and Mary (Durbin) Kiger. She was the 3rd of 5 children. She went to grade school in Burton, WV, and then to Hundred High School in Hundred, WV where she graduated in May 1948. She left the farm and moved to Washington, DC. The whole family moved to Washington, DC later in 1948. Pat worked for the Bell Telephone System for about 3 years. Worked for AAA for 2 years then went to work in the auditing department of Sears Roebuck and Co for 5 years.
She married in 1956 and moved to Orlando, FL in the fall of 1957. They built a home in the Pine Hills area in 1958 and adopted a son, Keith Ruse, in 1963. Pat also worked for Sears Roebuck & Co in Orlando for 5 years. She took time off for her son, and went back to work in 1966 and was divorced in 1967. She went to work for S.I. Goldman Mechanical Contractor helping to build Walt Disney World until they were no longer needed. She then went to work for Dossco, Inc also helping to build and open Walt Disney World until they too were phased out and no longer needed. Then she went to work for National Medical Homecare Service, retiring in 1987.
She met her current husband, William, in 1978. He was a US Postal Letter Carrier and they married in May 1980. That union produced a stepson, William K. Hugler, III. She is very proud of the accomplishments of both sons. Pat and Bill owned and operated a Wholesale Tropical Fish Hatchery. Also had access for birds, reptiles, rodents and small animals and accessories. Pat enjoyed crafts, photography, sightseeing and dime spent with family and friends. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Debary.
- Visitation Tuesday, February 18, 2020
- Funeral Service Wednesday, February 19, 2020
- Committal Service Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Patricia Ellen Hugler
February 17, 2020
You will forever be in our hearts. I will miss our phone calls and meet ups for breakfast. I will miss your letters and kitty pictures and cards. Your famous way of getting every cat in the house on a single picture always made me smile. The cute stickers you would add to your envelopes were so special. I will truly miss you Pat. I am so saddened that I will never see your smiling face or hear your voice but I know that you are free from pain now and watching down on us from heaven.