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Patricia Pulver

Patricia A. Pulver

Friday, February 21st, 2020
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Obituary

Patricia A. Pulver, 79, of Fayetteville, passed away Friday morning, February 21, 2020.

She was born in Pompey on August 11, 1940, she was the daughter of Walter and Eleanor Kurgan.

Patricia was a teacher aide at Chittenango Schools for many years.

She is predeceased by her husband Charles.

Surviving are her four step children Mary Grace (Martin) Leary, Catherine Clare Osborn, Michael Joseph Pulver, Phillip Charles (Sharon) Pulver; step grandchildren, Katie Eileen Osborn, Mary Elizabeth Osborn, John Christopher Osborn, Thérèse Marie Osborn; and sister, Michelle Kurgan.

A spring burial will be in St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Chittenango.
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Nanette Stine

Posted at 10:22pm
Patty was my cousin. Her Dad Walter and my Dad William were close brothers, and they were best of friends growing up together.
I remember when I was young being in awe of Pat; she was so beautiful. She had outer beauty of course, but her inner beauty was angelic.
Because of our age difference I didn't know Pat well during my early years. But during the last 10 years that changed. We spoke on the phone often, and saw each other when we could. We both had physical challenges and were supportive of one another.
I lost contact with her shortly after Bud passed away, and I wasn't aware of her location.
I will always remember Patty for her genuine caring for others, and especially her love for animals.
We often spoke of how we missed our parents. I'm sure that her reunion with Walter and Eleanor was a joyful one.
She's back with her Bud and their beloved dog Rascal. I can imagine her bright smile now.
We love you, Patty!

Nanette Kurgan Stine & Richard Stine
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Amy Corvin

Posted at 12:18pm
Patricia Pulver was our aunt. Her brother was our father. We didn’t even know she had passed away. We have not been able to locate her for quite some time although we’ve been searching. We are very sorry to hear of her passing. She was a wonderful lady always full of joy. She was an awesome aunt. I know she’s an angel in heaven now because she loved so much and she’s reunited with her true love Bud. Bud was awesome too. We love you Aunt Pat! God Bless you! Love, Amy, Erin, Matt, and Becky Kurgan
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Margaret Kelsey

Posted at 10:23am
Pat was such a sweet lady!! I enjoyed working with her at school and seeing her at church. I was the music teacher at Bolivar and Lake Street schools and a cantor at St Patrick’s Church. She had such a sweet voice and demeanor as well as a great smile! My sincere sympathy to your family.
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