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Patricia Clegg

Patricia L. Clegg, 83, of Littlestown, PA passed away on May 24, 2020 at home. She was born in Reisterstown, MD on November 19, 1936 to the late Archie and Margaret (Murray) Reisberg and was the widow of Arthur Clegg to whom she was married since 1955.

Patricia was a rural delivery mail person with the United States Postal Service.

She is survived by four children, A. Daniel Clegg of Arendtsville, Cindy Deardorf and Jeanne Feezer, both of Littlestown and Ivy Wolf of Bonneville; 11 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren, two sisters and one brother.


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Found some photos while going through my mother’s stuff.  From the stories that have been told - Patsy, Shirley and my mother and father would all hangout.  My mother’s family moved to Marriottsville when she was about 14 where she met her future husband and all his relatives.   They all bowled in the Wards Chapel league for years.

Ann Hohman Jun 1 2020 12:00 AM

I was sorry to hear about my former neighbor and friend, Patsy. What fun we all had as young mothers. Household chores in the morning and card game in the afternoon. We also had a lot of other adventures and a whole lot of fun!! So sorry for your loss.

Cathy Zimmerman May 29 2020 12:00 AM

Prayers for Patsy Clegg and family members. Arthur is waiting for you there. A beautiul sweet lady. Loved by all.

Betty Wiley May 29 2020 12:00 AM

To my loving Godmother, The legacy you have laid down is the legacy of your mother and mother-in-law. A legacy of a much honored and nearly forgotten family reunion every Sunday. There is no greater commitment in human life than to commit your life to your family with honesty and perseverance, and all the love in the world. Please hug my Godfather and, and my dad, as I will always remember how you would say: Fred and Author, when you get them two quiet boys together anything could happen. May you all wake up in the arms of God and be his family, forever.  Sadly, for us left behind to struggle through mortal life with all it's pain and torment this separation is just more sweet pain. Sweet with loving and happy memories, Painful because we don't have in our arms or vision to comfort us. God bless our great family!

James R Clegg May 29 2020 12:00 AM

Say hello to dad for us all.  We love you mom!

Daniel Clegg May 28 2020 12:00 AM

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Daniel Clegg May 28 2020 12:00 AM