OBITUARY

Patricia Ann Weyel

October 21, 1939March 14, 2021
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Surrounded by her husband and children, Patricia Weyel passed away on Sunday, March 14, 2021, at the age of 81. Patricia Ann was born to James and Ann Faulkner on October 21, 1939, in San Antonio, Texas. Patricia graduated from Providence Catholic School in 1958. She met Harry J. Weyel Jr. in San Antonio, and they were married in Fort Benning, Georgia in 1962. Their wedded bliss lasted 58 years. Patricia was a stay at home mom before she began working in retail, until she retired in 2001 at the age of 62.

Patricia is survived by her husband, Harry (Butch), children Harry III (Trey) and wife Lori, Virginia (Jenny), Lillian, and Elizabeth (Betsy) and husband Mike. She has 7 grandchildren, Kristina, Taylor, Austin, Brittany, Samantha, Matthew, and Jack. Her great grandchildren are Jeannie Ann (who loved watching horror movies with her), Patrick (who remembers her as always nice and the best grandma ever), Zachary (who loved watching cartoons with her) Brooklynn (who got tickled and called Baby Doll by her), and soon to be born Avery Ann.

The memories we will always cherish about our mom is the love she has for God and her church, Elvis, jewelry, horror movies, puzzle books, games – both card and electronic, Google cards, BINGO, cooking, the Astros, toys that light up and make noise, playing those slots, how much she loves her family, and Dad with his 58 years of memories.

We will have a viewing on Tuesday, April 6, 2021 from 3:00 – 7:00, at American Heritage Funeral Home, 10710 Veterans Memorial Dr., Houston, Texas, 77038. On Wednesday, April 7, we will have a service at 11:30, followed by the interment at 12:35 at Houston National Cemetery, 10410 Veterans Memorial Dr., Houston, Texas.

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, April 6, 2021

  • Celebration of Life

    Wednesday, April 7, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Wednesday, April 7, 2021

Memories

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Diana Diana

April 8, 2021

Dear Harry,
I only met your Mother once. She was a wonderful person. I would like to extend my Deepest Sympathies to you and your family on her recent passing. May God comfort all of you during this time.
Peace and Prayers,
Diana Diana
Clarks Summit, PA

Jenny Weyel

April 7, 2021

I know we are all going to miss you terribly just picking up the phone and calling you to check on you or see what you are doing, miss those conversations. I remember so many great times when you and I went to Las Vegas to see Tim McGraw and Faith Hill in concert and walking all over the streets of Vegas at 3 in the morning, you loved those slot machines. When I drug you to Louisiana to see Air Supply in concert not much dragging since it was in a casino but you didn’t mind even if you really didn’t know them that well you let me sing at the top of my lungs anyway than I turned around and went to see one of your favorite guys only cuz Elvis was waiting on you in Heaven Tom Jones I enjoyed myself at his concert so much and you had a really good time to. The best part was taking you and Dad on that 7 day cruise I’m so glad that yall got to experience what I have been talking about for so many years the joy of a cruise I wish we had more time to experience more cruises. I’m so thankful for all the help you gave me in raising Kristina and coming up to New York when she was born. Watching her all the time for me being a single parent was not easy and I worked a lot you even said I could move back in but I was bound and determined to make it on my own. I wish you could be here to meet your new great granddaughter you wanted to see how Brittany was going to be as a mother you will have to watch her from above but we will show Avery Ann pictures of you all the time. We will always love and miss you every day of our lives. Thanks for the good times.

Jane Saucedo

April 7, 2021

Rest In Peace, dear Patrícia. I have very fond memories of you.

LORA LEE BENDER

April 6, 2021

What to say about Patricia I called her mom and she made me feel like a part of the family from the day I met her and pop...seeing her today was heart-wrenching but knowing that she's in heaven with her family and friends long past and even my mom just made me realize that she'll always be smiling like she did every time I saw her, always smiling always laughing always cracking jokes, even when the grand babies were little and making messes at the house, she was always happy. Even when she had 1 too many eggnogs...I'll save you some mom! I'm gonna miss her as I know we all will and we'll just continue to keep all those sweet memories in our hearts until that day when we all go to meet her again, keep a place there for us Pat we're gonna need it miss you mom (from the other adopted kid) Lora Lee

Lillian Huffman

April 4, 2021

These are the things I will remember about my mom. How she would talk to the TV while watching games shows, cheering on the Astros, reacting to horror movies (I'm in the other room), and singing along to Elvis movies. Mom playing games with us and how she would say Yahtzee (it sounded like Yihtzee-Yihtzee-Yihtzee). She loved having toys - for herself - that talked and made noise. She would make me bacon - extra crispy (not burnt!) and chili and eggs when I came to visit. Her love of cook books - which I have too, although I am no where the cook she is - which Dad says he taught her. In fact, I made her buttermilk pancakes this Easter.:-) Mom loved to have a good time, and she loved her family and God. I got my love of children from watching her babysit children. These memories and so many more are what's going to help the family through this time. We LOVE you Mom - and we miss you so much.

Kathy Wall Versteeg

March 22, 2021

My heart is broken. Mama Pat was my second Mama. The Weyels have been my second family since I was 8, when Lillian and I met in 3rd grade.

I loved visiting the family and playing cards with Pat, listening to Elvis, and/or watching horror movies. To this day, I can’t see Elvis or hear one of his songs without thinking of Pat and smiling. She was the ultimate Elvis fan girl!

I also fondly remember Pat’s great love of horror movies. I will never ever forget when, in 1982, she took Lillian and I with her to see “Friday the 13th part 3 in 3D!” at the theater. I remember sitting in the theater with Pat, and Lil and I were cringing during one particular scene involving, um, a flying eyeball. (Ew, yes, in 3D.) While Lillian and I were squirming and screaming during the scene, Pat was watching and laughing out loud —mostly at us, I think. I loved the way her face lit up when something really made her laugh - and she was in her in zone that day, happy as can be. I’ll never forget her smile.

I have many happy memories from my childhood—very few of which did not involve the Weyels and Mama Pat. I loved her dearly and I am forever grateful and honored to have been her “adopted” daughter. Much love and hugs to my Weyel family. I will miss her forever. ❤️

Betsy Fisk

March 21, 2021

There is so many things I can say about my momma. I had 48 wonderful years with her. She was always there for me, no matter what. She helped me raise my two kids, Taylor and Austin and she absolutely adored her great-granddaughter, Brooklynn, or "Baby Doll", as she always called her. My momma was the most loving, affectionate, fun, kid-like at heart person that anyone would ever meet. Everyone loved my momma, from her family, her friends, her kids friends and her grandchildren's friends I love you momma, until we meet again!

Kristina Barb

March 21, 2021

Patricia is my grandmother. Growing up, my mom was a single mom so my grandma helped raise me. As a kid I remember how we would stay up all night watching horror movies. She continued that tradition with my 11 year old daughter. I have so many wonderful memories of my grandma. I am so thankful that my kids and I had her for as long as we did. She was the best grandma and great grandma that we could of ever had. I will miss her every day for the rest of my life. Until we meet again. I love you!

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