|9/16/2020 9:38:00 AM|
Patricia Grant, 75, of Windom died Sept. 2, 2020, at Seasons Healthcare in Trimont after battling many different illnesses for a long time.
Funeral services will be held today (Wednesday) at 11 a.m., at LaCanne Family Funeral Home in Windom with Rev. Gary Wiens officiating.
Casket bearers will be Dillion Grant, Andrew Hansen, Cassidy Hansen, Christopher Ebeling, Ethan Grant and Jennifer Ebeling.
Burial will follow at Lake-view Cemetery in Windom.
Visitation will be held today from 9 to 11 a.m., at LaCanne Family Funeral Home in Windom, which is handling the funeral arrangements.
When attending the visitation and funeral, be aware that sister-in-law Shirley Grant is blind. Please introduce yourself to her.
The service will be carried on Facebook Live on the LaCanne Family Funeral Service website.
Patricia "Pat" Grant was born May 12, 1945, to Loren and Aileen (Holland) Grant in Windom. She grew up on a farm east of Windom, where she enjoyed helping with chores on the farm. She especially enjoyed spending time and playing with her many cousins on the farm.
Patricia received her education in Windom, graduating from Windom High School in 1963. Two weeks after graduation, she started training to be a registered radiologic technologist at what is now Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis.
She worked as supervisor of the Diagnosis Section of Radiology at the new medical center in Anoka/Coon Rapids. She later worked as department manager of radiology at Mercy Medical Center for 39 years.
She returned to Windom to work at Windom Area Health as a staff technologist for a short time before retiring.
In retirement, Pat enjoyed relaxing, traveling and spending time with family.
A longtime member of First Baptist Church in Windom, Pat played many different roles in the church, always making sure that whatever the task, it was done. Strong in her faith, Pat viewed church as part of her family.
In addition to traveling and spending time with family and friends, Pat also enjoyed cross-stitching, making baby blankets, watching the birds and playing organ and piano.
She was preceded in death by two brothers.
Survivors include her sister-in-law; two nieces, a nephew; and eight great-nieces and nephews.