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Paula J. (Cromes) Fitzpatrick

April 20, 1954 ~ May 20, 2022 (age 68)


Paula J. Fitzpatrick, age 68, went home to be with the Lord on 5/20/22 after an extensive battle with breast cancer. She was born April 20, 1954. She left behind her Parents, Paul and Betty Cromes of Piqua, Sisters Kendra (Scott) Beal of Sidney, Lynn (Andy) Wright of Piqua, Brother Martin (Valerie) Cromes of Ravenna, Brother in Law Tim (Gerri) Fitzpatrick of Sidney, Jerry (Esther) Fitzpatrick of Indianapolis, sister in law Angel Fitzpatrick, 3 daughters, Faith (Tommy) Sheridan of Fletcher, Mindy (Shawn) Terry of Port Jefferson, and Jamie (AJ) Sanders of Piqua, Grandchildren, Ashley (Chassy) Taylor of Piqua, Dustin (Breann) Smith of Troy, Zach (Amanda) Smith of Covington, Paula Sheridan of Piqua, Kaleb Terry, Izayah Sheridan, Madalynn Sanders, Skylar and Hunter Sale and Charlie Sanders. Great Grandchildren Xion Taylor, Carliana and Amira Smith, Paisley, Millie and Kimber Smith.

She had 3 stepdaughters from her previous marriage to Dave Fitzpatrick, they were wed for almost 15g years before he passed in 2018. They are Jenni (Terry) Hughes of Houston, Gwen (Bill) Fitzpatrick of Lockington, and Kelly (Chad) Seger of Minster. Grandchildren, Levi Fitzpatrick, Hannah Fitzpatrick, Isaac (Kiera) Fitzpatrick and Chloe Fitzpatrick, Matt (Amber) Hughes and Curtis (Megan) Hughes, Trevor Seger, Lexi Seger, Dominic Seger, Corbin Seger, and Paige Seger. Great Grandchildren Kaylianne Fitzpatrick, Leveigh Fitzpatrick, Leven Fitzpatrick, Avi Fitzpatrick, Hallie Fitzpatrick Jasper Hughes and baby boy Hughes. Many nieces, nephews and cousins.

She was preceded in death by her late husband David Fitzpatrick in 2018, her first husband Richard Jones, and second husband Bill Elliott. She was also preceded in death by Maternal Grandparents, John and Etta Schimmel, Paternal Grandparents, Martin and Louise Cromes, Aunt Wanda Favorite, Uncles Ben Cromes and Dan Cromes, and Brother-In-Law, Andy Wright.

Paula retired from Evenflo after over 40 years and will be missed by her friends and co- workers. Paula loved to be outside, the Michigan Wolverines and to vacation in North Myrtle Beach with her sisters and family. She loved her grandkids and great grands and was so often a baby whisperer. She loved pigs and participating in Butter Churning at the Piqua Heritage Festival with Grandmother Louise. A celebration of life will be arranged at a later date per family.   

Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the Adams Funeral Home, 1401 Fair Road, Sidney.


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