Patricia A. “Pat” Sweeney, 82, of Plymouth, WI, beloved wife of Stuart “Bud” Sweeney went into the Lord’s loving arms on Friday afternoon Feb. 6, 2015 at St. Nicholas Hospital in Sheboygan.

Pat was born on March 22, 1932 in La Harpe, Illinois a daughter of the late Clair and Maxine Butler Irish.

She graduated from Plymouth High School in 1950 and became an X-ray Tech after attending School in Chicago, Illinois.

On August 29, 1953 she married Stuart “Bud” Sweeney. The couple resided in California forseveral years before moving back to Plymouth where they farmed for 25 years.

Pat was a member of Salem United Church of Christ in Plymouth and also belonged to theWomen Civic Society, the Quit Qui Oc Golf League and played in many different bridge clubs.

Survivors include: Her husband of 61 years: Stuart “Bud” Sweeney of Plymouth

Four Children: John (Joy) Sweeney of Hartford and his family: Mike (Haley) Sweeney of Oconomowoc, Matthew Sweeney of Kentucky, Teresa (Ben) Neureuther of Hartford, Mary (Nick) Strub of Johnson Creek, Dan Sweeney of Milwaukee and Joe Sweeney serving in the United States Army. Steve Sweeney (Special friend: Christine) of Sheboygan and his family: Liz (Neil) Peterson of Plover, Patrick Sweeney of Oshkosh, Ryan Sweeney of Sheboygan and Jenna Sweeney of Sheboygan Falls. Cathy (Dean) Schiavone of Cupertino, CA and her family: Tom Schiavone serving in the United States Army, Mary Schiavone of Los Angeles, CA. and Aileen Schiavone of Cupertino, CA. Carol (Lawrence) Shaffield of Dotham, Alabama and her family: Mairead Shaffield of Dotham, Alabama and Jack Shaffield of King Point, New York.

Eight great grandchildren: Logan, Brooklyn, Gwen, Henry, Aaron, Sam, Oliver and Isadora;

Sisters and Brothers: Sharon (Dick) Corken of Bettendorf, Iowa, Mary (Ken) Engle of Davenport, Iowa and Gregory Lindsey of Viola, Illinois.

She is also survived by other relatives and many friends.

Pat was preceded in death by her mother: Maxine Lindsay and her brother: Gene Irish.

Memorial services will be held on Wednesday afternoon (Feb. 11) at 3:00 P.M. at Salem United Church of Christ in Plymouth. Rev. James Hoppert, pastor of the church will officiate.

Cremation has taken place. The American Legion Post # 243 Ladies Auxiliary will conduct services at the church on Wednesday at 2:30 P.M.

Relatives and friends are asked to gather at 2:30 P.M. at Church on Wednesday for the services.

Please, no flowers, instead please give to the memorial fund established in Pat’s name for Salem United Church of Christ in Plymouth.

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