Patricia Diane Oberosler
Patricia Diane Oberosler, 64, passed away June 25, 2006, at her home in Glenwood Springs. Pat was born June 28, 1941, in Denver, to Dorothy (Salsbury) and Albert Briels. She moved to Nashville, Tenn., in her 20s, where she gained a lifelong love of country music. She lived in California for a short time before moving to Glenwood Springs in the early 1960s. She married Joseph Oberosler July 12, 1966, and they had 40 wonderful years of marriage. She enjoyed the remainder of her life in Glenwood Springs raising her seven children and loving her 17 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Pat worked at Valley View Hospital for 15 years. She loved her time there, harassing all the doctors and nurses. She enjoyed camping, fishing, boating, crafts, gambling, Wal-Mart with Nadine and spending time with family and friends. She was a member of the Eagles and Elks.Pat is survived by her husband; sons James Oberosler and Hal (Dawn) Haralson; daughters Christine (Jonas) Lyke, Jessica (Jeff Amos) Haralson, Patricia (Peter) Cahill, and Toni (John) Logan; brothers Danny Briels and Roger Briels; sisters Susie Harbaugh, and Judy Briels; 17 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Brian Oberosler. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions be made in her memory to the Roaring Fork Hospice, c/o Valley View Hospital.There will be a celebration of her life at 1 p.m. Friday at the Farnum-Holt Funeral Home Chapel, 405 W. Seventh St., Glenwood Springs. There will be a potluck at Veltus Park after the service. For more information, contact Dawn at 625-6158.
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