Patti Gail Jeske
January 11, 1956 – May 4, 2019
Patti Gail (Radcliff) Jeske passed away unexpectedly May 4th, 2019 at the age of 63. Patti was born and raised in Pueblo, Colorado. Patti was proceeded in death by her beloved husband Raymond E. Jeske, mother and father George and Joyce Radcliff, mother and father in law Max and Mary Jeske. Patti leaves behind her loving children Erich (Julia) Jeske, daughter Shanna (Tim) Guadagno, siblings George Radcliff, John Radcliff , Gloria Tupper, and Lynette (Mike) Mendenhall. Grandchildren Blaze, Stormee, and Rohen. Grandpups Bailey, Raven, Emma Lee, Zoey, and Gaston. As well and numerous nieces and nephews including great nieces and nephews.
Patti was a cherished face at the Colorado State Fair where she worked for 24 years. Patti was a member of a local rock painting group called Pueblo Rocks, where she enjoyed sharing her artistic talents with everyone she met and whoever was lucky enough to find a rock she had painted. Patti also enjoyed traveling to see the gospel group Ernie Hass and Signature Sound and Native American music group Brule. Through those groups she made numerous friends nation wide.
Patti's smile would light up a room when she entered it, her humor was like no other, and her laugh could be heard from miles away. There was no one like Patti, she was a very unique lady. Patti will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved her.
At this time there will be no services per her request as she did not want any of that "hoopla".
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Patti Gail Jeske
May 16, 2019
Patti my knees just about buckled when I heard the news that you left us, I will miss your smile, laughter, your silliness. You and I have been pals for about 9yrs or so, You always took care of me giving me ice to refill my jug, soda, popsicles, anything I wanted. I will miss calling you on your work cell telling you "Hey Babe, its Mike UPS am here, and you'd say am on my way" and seeing you come around the corner on your golf cart with that big smile, So now how am I suppose to act this year at the fair when I know your not guna be there. I know I will lose it. I thank God that we became great pals, And we made a great team when it came to sorting out all those packages for the vendors. Patti my memories of you will remain in my heart forever and I pray that you have a restful sleep until our Lord God comes for us all and we all can be reunited and be happy forever. I know it is not guna be the same this year at the butler building, but I will always remember your smile, and your laughter for which I will never forget, And you also telling me " Be careful kiddo and I'll see you tomorrow" and me telling you " Ok "girlie"see you tomorrow same time" I've been wanting to get off my route for a couple of years now but its customers and people like you that has keep me on this route so long, I will miss you terribly and there won't be a day that goes by that when I deliver to the fair year round that I won't think you... I love you "Girlie".... and may you rest in Jesus... Always your pal ...Mike..😭😭
May 15, 2019
My sister was there for me all the time. She rescued me when I was stranded in California. She took me under her wing and gave me great memories growing up. She was nine years older than me, but she was always there for me. I will miss her so much. She had a dream of her , Gloria and me taking a cruise together. One day sissy we will be together again. Until then you have a blast with Ray, mom, dad, and give my Cory hugs and take care of him for me. I love you so much!
May 15, 2019
This lady has been my rock for many many many years. She is my sister. We talked every single day. She absolutely loved her family and life and animals. Patti was always extremely great at her jewelry making, painting and crafts she’d come up with or just do. Kind heart, contagious laugh, hilarious woman. Loved to make people laugh. I will miss her above and beyond.
I Love You Infinity Patti!
May 13, 2019
I will miss this woman so much. She was a mother to me when my Mom couldn't be there for me. Always smiling and finding the good in people. They way she loved her grandkids and grandpups was uplifting. Overall Patti, thank you for your son, Erich. I love him and only strive to have a love like you and Ray have. Also, for giving me a sister that truly has been a blessing. I love you Momma.
May 12, 2019
I have many fond memories of Patti. We had a lot of fun times on our “girls day” trips to Colorado Springs. Laughing the whole time. At Christmas time she came over and we made “goodies” making a mess and laughing.
I will miss our fun times and chatting and complaining to each other. She was so proud of Erich and Shanna.
I am happy that she is back with the love of her life, Ray. I know they are harassing my dad.
Low you Patti