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Mora, MN • 320-679-1933

Braham, MN • 320-396-2121

PATRICIA “PAT” ISAACSON

ROCK INEBRAND FUNERAL HOME – BRAHAM

Patricia “Pat” Isaacson, of Isanti, formerly of Brooklyn Park, passed away on Saturday, December 5, 2020 at Prairie Senior Cottages in Isanti.  She was 85 years old.

A PRIVATE GRAVESIDE SERVICE AND INURNMENT will be held at the Rice Lake Cemetery in Braham in the spring to 2021.

MEMORIALS are preferred to the Golden Valley Animal Humane Society in Pat’s honor.

Patricia “Pat” Isaacson, of Isanti, formerly of Brooklyn Park, passed away on Saturday, December 5, 2020 at Prairie Senior Cottages in Isanti.  She was 85 years old.

Patricia, lovingly known as Pat or Pi, was born on June 14, 1935 in Stanchfield township, Minnesota to parents Carl Oscar and  Irene Evelyn (King) Isaacson.

Pat owned and operated a picture framing shop “Framer’s Workshop” for many years.  She enjoyed playing softball, bowling, and trips to the North Shore.

Pat is preceded in death by her parents, brother-in-law Jim Moline, niece Linda Moline, and nephew Jeffrey Sandberg.

She is survived by her sisters, Shirley Moline and Joyce (Daryl) Sandberg; many nieces and nephews and their families, special friend Sherry Wendelin; beloved dog Elli; as well as many friends.

A special thanks to the Prairie Senior Cottages of Isanti caregivers and St. Croix Hospice for all the care they provided to Pat and her family.

 

 

11 thoughts on “PATRICIA “PAT” ISAACSON”

  1. I love you auntie Pat! You will be missed dearly. I have so many fond memories of you growing up. You were a wonderful Godmother to me. I’m so thankful you are at peace. Give gma and gma Isaacson a hug! Gpa Jim too! I love you❤️

  2. Sherry,Shirley,Joyce and family. I am so sorry for your loss. PI and I shared many years and memories while playing softball, bowling and most of all camping. RIP dear friend.

  3. Sherry, sending sustaining love with lots of Memories. I remember Pat fondly from camping and so breakfasts at Maria’s. Pat and I always found lots to talk about, always.
    Sandy

  4. We will miss you PI. We’re grateful for the many happy memories of our trips to the North Shore, women’s basketball games, & coffee at the bagel shop. Our sympathy to Sherry & PI’s family. Love, Judy & Lynn

  5. Very sorry to hear of Pat’s passing. I remember her fondly as the spark plug of the Stanchfield school softball team that Sheldon Nascene and I played against when we were in grade school at District 28 in Maple Ridge. Cannot remember who won. I guess we all did!

  6. Dear Aunt Pat,
    This first Christmas without you is bittersweet but we know you’re in a better place. I will cherish the lifetime of memories I have over the years, especially all the Christmas Eve celebrations as far back as I can remember. Give Linda a big hug and we’ll see you when we get there.
    Love you!
    Sharon and Dennis

  7. My condolences to Pat’s family and dear friends. Shortly after I moved to Minneapolis I was in need of housing. I ended up in a house in South Minneapolis with a group of great gals. Pat was one of them. I remember her kindness to me. Always upbeat and positive. Made the world a better place.

  8. Our home and office are adorned with many photos, documents and memorabilia expertly and lovingly matted and framed by you, Pat. You memorialized our kids accomplishments and our happiest days shared with family. Now those framings memorialize your skill, talent and caring.
    We will miss your stories and your smile, but feel confident the stories and smiles continue now in a different place. Peace and love to you, Dear Pat. Sympathy and support to Sherry, Elli, Shirley and family, and Joyce and family.

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