OBITUARY

Trish H Steiner

April 19, 1944May 18, 2019
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Patricia “Trish” Hayes Steiner, age 75 of Marietta, Georgia passed away on May 18, 2019. She was born in Pittsburgh, PA to the late Dr. Thomas and Mrs. Faye Hayes. Trish met her husband Maurice “Mo” Steiner at Milligan College in 1962. After being married in 1966, Trish and Mo lived in Maine and Florida before moving to East Cobb in 1984. She was a dedicated mother to her daughters, Audra, Melissa and Brianne. As a lifelong volunteer, Trish was an activist for her community. She was appointed by Cobb Commissioner Bob Ott the Neighborhood Safety Commission and was a longtime member and board member of East Cobb Civic Association. During her tenure of ECCA, she served various leadership roles involving zoning and variances and Johnson Ferry Corridor Study. Trish received a proclamation from Cobb Commissioner JoAnn Birrell in 2012 in recognition of her volunteer service to Cobb County. Trish was a 2004 YMCA Woman of Achievement recipient. She was a member of The College of Charleston’s Parent Advisory Council from 2003 -2009, and was a member of The College’s 1770 Society. Trish was the founder of the Mt. Bethel Elementary School Foundation and was a driving force in the formation of Walton High School’s Foundation and Charter Status. Trish and Mo were both enthusiastically involved in Walton Band and Orchestra Parents for many years. Trish was dearly loved by Maurice “Mo”, her husband of 53 years, her children, Audra, Melissa and Brianne, and sons-in-law Steven Ritter and Yannick Bennett . Her death is mourned by family and friends, who will miss her enthusiasm, wit and resourcefulness. The family will receive friends between the hours of 5 pm and 8 pm Monday and Tuesday, May 20th and May 21st at HM Patterson and Son Canton Hill, in Marietta. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the charity of your choice in her memory.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, May 20, 2019
  • Visitation Tuesday, May 21, 2019

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Donald Gerz

May 21, 2019

I have had the good fortune to work with Trish on a number of zoning issues over the past 10-years, and she has been a Godsend to all of us during that entire time. She was not only knowledgable about her work and great at it, but she also knew people and was able to bring out the best in those she helped professionally and personally. There is not one attribute of a good person that Trish did not possess in abundance. She was quite simply one of the best persons I have ever had the good luck to work with and to be around. She was one in seven billion. - Don Gerz

Ella Dyer

May 21, 2019

Dear Steiner Family,

My heart breaks for each of you as well as for our community. Trish was such a wonderful and unique person; I learned many valuable lessons from her and will always hold her smile in my heart.
May your memories comfort you during this difficult time; no words can ever convey the loss you have endured. However, we send our sincere condolences and wish you strength to heal as Trish would want.
Sincerely,
Ella & Jody

MadgeMarie Marks

May 20, 2019

Trish was and always will be one of the finest folks I have ever met. As a teacher at Mt. Bethel Elementary, I couldn't have asked for a better supporter and partner in the education of the children. Her encouragement and spirit will be remembered as a reason Mt. Bethel is the school it has become.

Tim Lee

May 20, 2019

Trish was wonderful, caring and loving. Cobb County is so much better because of her dedication and drive to leave Cobb better than she found it. A very beautiful soul.

Carol Massey

May 20, 2019

Trish was very welcoming when I joined the Neighborhood Safety Commission a few years ago. She was very supportive throughout the years, and it was clear how much she loved serving her community. She will be missed.
Comfort and Peace to her family and friends.

Carol Massey

May 20, 2019

Trish was very welcoming when I joined the Neighborhood Safety Commission a few years ago. She was very supportive throughout the years, and it was clear how much she loved serving her community. She will be missed.
Comfort and Peace to her family and friends.

Arlene Williams

May 20, 2019

Trish, was so loving and kind to me when I first met her on the board of the NSC. She will be greatly missed. She did a lot for the community.

Phillis Mair

May 19, 2019

I met the Steiners when I was a server at one of their favorite places in Charleston and before you knew it....I was calling them family. We'd meet for lunches and visits with their girls. They supported me emotionally at my restaurant and especially after the loss of my dear Brother. I send love to Mo,Audra,Melissa and Brianne and hubby's too. I will love Trish forever!all our love and peace...Phillis and Jeff

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