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Patricia Ann Homan

February 10, 1934June 1, 2020

Patricia Ann Homan, 86, passed away Monday June 1, 2020 in Berks Heim. She was born in York, PA., on February 10, 1934 a daughter of the late Russell L. Lau and Velma E. (Meisenhelder) Lau. Pat was a member of St. John Baptist de la Salle RCC and was a registered nurse for Lancaster and Reading Hospital, Zerbe Sister's and Mifflin Center Nursing Homes throughout her career. She was a member of Ringgold Band playing the oboe and loved music. Surviving is her 3 children: Brian D. Homan of Reading, Russel A. Homan of Newmanstown, Sharon (Homan) and her husband Richard L. DeLong of Newmanstown, her sister, Susan (Lau) widow of Royce Fink of Myrtle Beach, S.C., 2 granddaughters: Rachel E. (DeLong) and her husband Fred Moss of Ft. Lauderdale, FL., Nicole S. DeLong of Las Vegas, NV., and 2 great granddaughters; Harper Moss and Nora Moss. R.I.P. Mom! You fought the fight but COVID-19 won! May God keep you safe in his arms. We will miss your wonderful sense of humor, your kindness and unconditional love. The world was a better place with you in it. Private family celebration of life will be at a later date. Auman's Inc Funeral Home, Reiffton is entrusted with her service. www.aumansinc.com


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Kim Webster

June 12, 2020

I was so sorry to hear of Pat’s passing. Pat was an adult oboe student of mine for many years and was such a fun person to know. She took up the oboe later than most people and became quite good at it. She would always be frustrated at not getting things right which was typical for an adult student; younger students don’t care as much at the beginning. She and my other adult student would often get together to play music and had such fun with it.

Jackie Rosello

June 5, 2020

I had the pleasure of working with your Mom in therapy at The Heim.
I will miss her dry sense of humor, her caring nature for other residents there, her fighting spirit but most of all her smile. I am sorry for your loss.