Patricia "Patti" Anne Wulf
Patricia "Patti" Anne Wulf
January 29, 1955 ‐ April 11, 2023
It is with great sadness we share the passing of our dear Patricia Anne Wulf (nee Weber). She left this world on April 11, 2023, at the age of 68. Patti was born January 29, 1955, in Cleveland, Ohio.
She was a devoted wife, mom, grandmother, and friend to many. Patti was as loyal as they came. She and her husband Terry were sweethearts at Westlake High School and married July 21, 1973. Sharing forty-nine amazing years together, they marched through life side-by-side. Through the ups and downs, they loved each other unconditionally and stood by each other until her last breath.
Together they raised two children, Brandon and Alissa in Bay Village, Ohio. Patti’s priority was her children, always wanting a better life for them than she did for herself. She was engaged in all aspects of their lives; from PTA President, to carpool queen, to team manager for countless soccer teams. She did
whatever it took to make the holidays magical and the in-between days, just as special. It was never about her. It was always about those she loved.
Her authenticity and fun-loving nature were magnetic. She loved and was loved by so many dear friends. Be it a girls’ night out, playing cards, or just hanging out in the neighborhood sipping a “Parkside Special,” she cherished time with her friends and held those relationships close to her heart.
She enjoyed reading books, doing crossword puzzles, her Wordle streaks and cooking for her family and friends. She was an AMAZING chef. She loved sharing her passion of cooking with others and would often make her specialties for many to enjoy. From beef stroganoff to vodka pasta and countless batches of chicken nuggies, she could cook with the best of them.
Patti created her own path in her life. She did not care about climbing the corporate ladder or driving the fanciest car in the neighborhood. Her passion was to be the best mom, wife, friend and eventually grandmother she could be. She gave everything she had to her family and friends, because that is what meant the most to her. The patience, kindness, and strength she embodied will be remembered by all that were lucky enough to know her.
What brought her the most joy in life was being a grandmother. She was adored by her four grandchildren, Oliver Wulf (9), Lucy Wulf (6), Hazel Wulf (2) and Henry Hanna (1). “Gramma Train” or for the younger kids, “Choo Choo” loved to spoil her grandchildren with gifts, sweet treats, and “Wulf " hugs. She had a special place in her heart for each of her grandchildren, and her spirit will live on inside them for their entire lives.
Our Patti would want each of you reading this to hug your loved ones tight, be kind and remember whatis truly important in life…
Patti is predeceased by her mother, Shirley Weber; her grandparents Harold and Helen Lane; and her father-in-law and mother-in-law, Louis and Jeanne Wulf
Patti is survived by her husband Terrance Wulf; son, Brandon Wulf (Alison Wulf); daughter, Alissa Hanna (Matthew Hanna). Her grandchildren Oliver Wulf, Lucy Wulf, Hazel Wulf, and Henry Hanna
Friends and family are invited to celebrate Patti’s life at an open house reception on Friday June 9th 6:00pm-9:00pm at Miller Nature Preserve (2739 Center Road | Avon, Ohio).
Dale and Sally Hauser
Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico
The joy Pat brought to our lives will not be forgotten. May time help heal you and bring you peace.
Jessica and Marc Pescatrice
Columbia Station, OH
Alissa, Brandon, Terry, and family. Our thoughts and love are with you as we all mourn the loss of such a beautiful soul. Pat was so warm and welcoming when (Jessica) first entered our family and will always be remembered fondly for her kindness, graciousness, and selflessness, always putting family first. Words may not offer much peace to you at this time but we pray that time will allow you to smile more from the great love and memories shared. She will always live on in her two amazing children and many grandchildren. Sending so much love and prayers for comfort during this difficult time.
Joyce Swanger Senney
So very sorry for your family’s loss. Went to Westlake high with Pat.
Patti was my neighbor and classmate on Walter Road in Westlake growing up. I always remember a great smile. Such sad news. Best to Patti’s family
Deeply sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
To Alissa and Matt and all of Patti's family, I am sorry for your loss. I know you all will miss her so much. It is so sad to lose the ones we love so much, and way too soon. I wish you comfort and the ability to find some joy once more in this life.
Catawba Island, Ohio
Absolutely shocked to hear this very sad news. It's been many years but was blessed to have known Patti and Terry in the early years of school and marriage, certainly a model couple of many. The beautiful words truly compliment the Patti we knew.
So very sorry for your loss Terry and certainly the loss your family is experiencing, no words can describe your void.
Our sincere thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
In a van, down by the river.
God bless your beautiful soul. One of the most selfless women I've ever known. A good sport, funny AF, quick to laugh, quicker to forgive, and an all around good egg, XO You will never be forgotten; Ever. XO
Al St. Vincent
Bay Village , Ohio
A devoted mother and wife. Many great memories of
of our wonderful "soccer parent" adventures together.
My love to Terry and the kids, Allissa and Brandon,
she was such a good person. Cherish your memories
before she was sick. Love you all.
Bay Village, Ohio
Pat was one of the best! I will always remember her kind heart, generous spirit, and beautiful sense of humor. We had not seen each other in many years, but we reconnected several years ago over our grandchildren on Facebook…you could tell they were the loves of her life. Sending my love and caring thoughts to Alissa, Brandon, and Terry.