OBITUARY

Patricia Ann Main

February 10, 1939September 23, 2020

Patricia Ann (Chalkey) Main of Ross Township passed away peacefully on Wednesday, September 23, 2020. Cherished wife and best friend of Terry for 63 years. Pat was a wonderful and caring Mom to Shelley Short, Kim Stebler (Randy) and Cindy McComb (Gregg); loving grammie of Michael, Josh, Jonathan, Rheanna, Jesse, Faith, Colt, Dakota, Raina, Chris, Brian and Shannon; proud great grandmother of 8; sister of Dolly Heineman (Cathy); and numerous nieces and nephews. Patty was preceded in death by her parents, granddaughter Johanna, sister Chrissy, and beloved dog Honey.

Pat especially enjoyed spending time with Terry, taking various trips on their Goldwing, playing with her grandchildren, watching the Pirates, talking sports with her grandson, and gardening. Pat will be forever missed and remembered as a lady of dignity and grace.

As per Pat's wishes, services will be held within the privacy of the family.

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Rheanna Short

October 20, 2020

Grammy,
Thank you for being the best grandma ever to me. I still can’t believe you’re gone and I miss you so much. You were such an incredibly strong and amazing woman who brought so much wisdom and love into my life. I’m so grateful for all the good memories I have of you and could have never asked for a better person to have in my life. These past couple years have been so hard, so filled with loss and losing you has made it so much more difficult . I will always and forever love and miss you and cherish the times we had together

Brian McComb

October 10, 2020

Grammy,

Thank you so much for helping to raise us kids into the adults we’ve become. You taught us so much, and for that I will be forever grateful. I will always cherish the memories we’ve shared. The walks to the park when we were little, playing in the sprinkler in the backyard with all the cousins, and the phone conversations and stories we had over the years, just to name a few. You remained strong through your battle, and no matter how tough things were getting, you always managed to put on a smile for us. You were a beautiful woman, and an inspiration to so many. I will miss you dearly.
Until we meet again, love, Brian.

barb and wayne seelhorst

October 9, 2020

You have our condolences. She will certainly be missed. Our love goes out to you and your family. We are blessed to have known and shared many talks and times together.

Chris McComb

October 5, 2020

To Grandma,

What a year this has turned out to be, so many sad things have happened, things none of us would have ever imagined possible. This is the latest of them. It almost doesn't even feel real yet, that I won't get to see you when visiting Pappy anymore, or that we won't talk on the phone about the Penguins or Steelers or Pirates. I know that once people move on, nobody is ever truly gone and your spirit was so warm and wonderful that it will be felt throughout the generations still. I will miss you more than any words I'll ever be able to say. I love you

-your little magic light boy <3

Bill and Betty Stebler

October 4, 2020

The loss of a parent, no matter how long we have been blessed with them, leaves a hole in our hearts that can never be filled.
Our heartfelt condolences go out to Terry and all of the family. We were privileged to know Pat and Terry for many years and watching those two together was just beautiful. They were so devoted to each other.
Being able to have some precious phone conversations with Pat during this past year was so great. She was a joy to talk with and I loved hearing how much she loved her children and grandchildren, and how proud she was of all of them. Only wishing we had more time to talk!

Dolores Heineman

October 4, 2020

Who would have imagined the calamity of 2020. It has affected or world, our country, our people, and our family. In the midst of this calamity I lost my sister, Pat, to cancer.
Pat was the oldest of three sisters so she watched over and taught her two little sisters. She was a great helper to her beloved mother who relied on her and who cherished her.
Pat has always been a rock to me. She was grounded and sensible, though she could laugh and be silly, too. After the death of our youngest sister, Chrissy, I knew I could always run to Patty for comfort and long talks. She was there for me.
I spent many special times with Pat and Terry. She and I loved going to garden centers, tea houses, markets, and dining out. We visited arts and crafts fairs, and she loved Pawdaddy's.
Pat just wasn't one person--she was all her family. Her last birthday party brought the whole family together. I turned to her in the restaurant and told her to look around at the great legacy she was leaving. I miss her greatly but know I will see her again. I love you, Patty.

Dakota Stebler

October 1, 2020

Grandma,
You helped raise me and my siblings into the people we are today, and I will always be grateful for that. A few of my favorite memories from growing up at your house; going candy shopping at foodland , you playing wiffleball with me, running through the sprinkler in your backyard, playing rolly polly and watching movies together from my favorite seat in your house, the floor, 5 feet from the center of the TV. You gave me so many memories that I will cherish forever. I know that no matter where I go or what I do in life, you will be watching over me and I promise to continue making you proud.

Love,
Your Condy boy

Rich Lyman

September 30, 2020

Terry and Family,

I am sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family. May the memories of Pat help you find peace.

Colton Stebler

September 30, 2020

Grandma, I could write a novel about our memories and times together. Unlike most children who had only 1 mother I was blessed to have 2. You helped raise me from a quiet boy to the man I am today. You did such a good job raising my siblings and I, which is apparent by our success and career paths. I am eternally grateful to you for all you did for me and my family. Without you none of our success would have been possible. We had so many good times together and I'm sure we will have plenty more in the times to come. I love and miss you Gramcrackers.

Kim Stebler

September 30, 2020

Mommy, you have given me more than words could ever express. I am the person I am today because of you and Daddy. You were a Mom to Ran and a substitute Mom/Grammie to our children. They are the fine young adults today because of you and Daddy. How each one of them cherish the time spent with the two of you. I can't thank the two of you enough. I miss talking with you, laughing about how we both made the same meal for dinner the night before and just spending time together. Life is not going to be the same. I hope I can continue to make you and Daddy proud. Thank you for everything. I know now I have an angel looking over me and my family. I refuse to say good bye; Until we meet again, Love Kim & Ran

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