Patricia Mae Talk

December 7, 1937January 4, 2019

Patricia Mae Finster Talk, 81, of Spring, Texas went to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on Friday, January 4, 2019. She was born on December 7, 1937 to the late John Taft Finster and Betsy Irene Posey Finster. Patricia graduated from Port Lavaca High School prior to marrying her husband of these past 62 years, Gordon Talk of Runge, Texas.

Pat was a kind and loving soul who accepted Christ and at an early age and served him through her church and in several roles within Christian Womens Club. She was very intelligent and served in various roles in business. Pat also dedicated her life to be a loving wife to her husband, Gordon Talk and as a caring mother to her two sons, Robert And Charles Talk. Pat’s favorite hobbies were fishing and playing golf.

Patricia was preceded in rest by her parents; brother, John Charles Finster, sister, Nelda Ann Hargrove, sister, Jane Krause and great-grandson, Casey Caleb Senter-Talk.

She is survived by her husband, Gordon, who she married on June 10, 1956. She is also survived by her sister Merilyn Evans (Larry) and Janice Leigh (James) and by her sons; Robert Gordon Talk (wife Monica Jill Talk) and Charles Warren Talk (wife Brita Insull Talk). Pat leaves behind many grandchildren; Dustin William Talk (Cammie), Chad Tyler Talk (Joy), Charla Elise Wilson (Gary), Carissa Elaine Talk, Stephen Rossi, Jordan Rossi and several great-grandchildren.

Her funeral service will be held at the Calvary Hill Funeral Home, 21723 Aldine Westfield Road, in Humble, Texas, 77338 on January 8th, 2019. Visitation and breakfast will be from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM with the service to follow at 10:00 AM. Private interment will follow thereafter with a graveside service in the cemetery.


  • Visitation Tuesday, January 8, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Patricia Mae Talk

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Elaine Jackson

January 7, 2019

I'll be forever grateful that our paths crossed at Cypress Trails United Methodist church. She had a special friendship mentor relationship with my daughter. She was Truely a woman of faith and love. So sorry for your loss.

Robert Talk

January 6, 2019

I wish each of you could have known my Mother when she was younger. You would have known the kind, beautiful and loving person I remember. Despite her difficulties and challenges later in life, she always remained true to her faith in Christ.

I know that, one day soon, I will get to join her in Heaven and once more cherish her love as I once knew it. Thanks Mom for introducing me to Jesus and ensuring that I grew up in the Methodist faith. I love you and look forward to eternity with you in Heaven one day.

Your loving son,