Patricia Lynn Logsdon Larrow

August 26, 1960 - September 13, 2022

Patricia Lynn Logsdon Larrow
Age 62, of Cranberry Township on September 13, 2022. Beloved partner of Teresa Glaser; loving mother of Barbara (Michael) Taylor, Joshua and Nathaniel Larrow; proud, devoted grandmother of Cameron and Jayden Larrow, Ethan and Sydney Taylor; cherished sister of Stanley Logsdon Jr. and Lawrence Logsdon, who preceded her in death, and of Shawna (Jonathan) Barrett, Annie (Casey) Johnson, and Jean Logsdon. She was also preceded in death by her parents, Stanley and Rietta (nee Merriman) Logsdon. She is also survived by former husband Aubrey Larrow, former daughter-in-law Nicole Larrow, as well as neices, nephews, cousins, friends and neighbors.

Patti worked hard her entire life, most recently as an assistant manager of the meat department of a local grocery store. In her time off, she was incredibly creative, making beautiful floral wreaths, centerpieces, and other art for family and friends. Most importantly, she loved deeply and was loved more than she ever realized. “But now faith, hope, and love, abide these three; but the greatest of these is love.” 1 Corinthians 13:13

In accordance with her wishes, there will be no memorial service.

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  • Lauren Sweeney

    Terri I am so very sorry for your loss.

  • Rhoda Indrihovic

    I want to express my deepest sympathy to all of Patti’s family. We’ve known each other since we were probably 7 years old or so. We went through Girl Scout camp, Sunday School, Barbie Dolls and so much more. Even though we have not seen each other in years I’ll miss her. Love ya, Patti. Rest in Peace.

  • Renee Terney

    I was shocked to hear this news. Patti was always loved by many. That includes the Terney family.
    Terri I am so sorry for your loss. To her sisters I’m sorry for your loss as well. And everyone else. If there is anything I could do for the family please contact me.

  • Ruth and Bill Holzapfel

    So sorry for the loss of Patty. She was the best. Always talked to me at the store. Remembering her from youngster to now. God bless. May she rest in peace

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  • Bryan Lednik

    I’m shocked and saddened by Patty’s passing. Our time together was brief but unforgettable. We laughed and we cried and truly enjoyed each other. Go with God, Patty and say hi to our guy, Richie for me.

  • Bernard Tully

    On behalf of Michael and Bernie Tully we offer our sincere condolences on Patricia‘s passing. She was a giving and caring person and we will miss her now and forever.

  • Rhonda

    Terri I am so sorry for your Loss. Mat Peace be with you and The Family. God Bless


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