OBITUARY

Patricia Ann Jagiel

July 26, 1941August 6, 2018
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Patricia Ann Jagiel passed away August 6, 2018 after a long illness. Pat is survived by her daughter, Deborah Gleason-Rielly, her son, Patrick Jagiel, their father and her former spouse Terrance Jagiel, three grandsons: Brian (Jessica) Gleason and Timothy Gleason, and Brendan Rielly, as well as two brothers, Ralph (Skip) Waite, Jr. and Ronald Waite. Patricia was predeceased by her parents Ralph and Virginia Waite and her beloved sister Mary Judith Welniak.

Patricia was known for her commitment to education, earning her BA and MA and working as a teacher and education director at various schools in Toledo and colleges in South Florida, and eventually the Seminole Indian Tribe. She had many valued friends at Nova University and the Seminole Tribe. She will be missed dearly for her bright mind, her work for the underdog, and her eternal love for her children and grandchildren.

  • FAMILY

  • RALPH WAITE, Father
  • VIRGINIA WAITE, Mother
  • DEBORAH GLEASON-RIELLY, Daughter
  • PATRICK JAGIEL, Son
  • TERRANCE JAGIEL, Former Spouse
  • BRIAN (JESSICA) GLEASON, Grandson
  • TIMOTHY GLEASON, Grandson
  • BRENDAN RIELLY, Grandson
  • RALPH SKIP WAITE, Brother
  • RONALD WAITE, Brother
  • MARY JUDITH WELNIAK, Sister

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, August 11, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, August 11, 2018
  • Burial Saturday, August 11, 2018
  • Reception Saturday, August 11, 2018
REMEMBERING

Patricia Ann Jagiel

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Marie Phillips

August 11, 2018

Mrs Pat had a giant heart with a smile to match. She had a genuine love and concern for the Seminole people and their education. So sorry for your loss and thank you to her family for sharing her with us.

Carol Smith

August 11, 2018

So so sorry for you loss Terry & Debbie & Patrick. So wish we could be there today to celebrate Pats life!
As a child I always remembered Pat as a fun, cheerful, caring person. We spent many holidays with her & her family & she was the life of our parties.
One of the funniest things that happened was when we were both in my cousin Art & Linda’s wedding. We were about to leave for the church & Pats zipper on her dress broke. OMG - it wasn’t funny. But to a young little girl I have to admit it was very funny.
No worries I remember my cousin Kathy saving the day! She just sewed her up! 😂.
Love you all. 🙏❤️

Linda Bean

August 10, 2018

Her smile and personality is what I remember most. And her personation of Elvis, back in the day, was something to see. She fit right in to our family and I will miss her dearly. You will always be with us in spirit Pat. ❤️

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