Patricia Ann Hollibush (Patti), 63, of Neillsville, Wisconsin, passed away on
August 2, 2023 in Madison, Wisconsin.
Patti was born in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin to Andrew and Ann Hollibush
on February 27, 1960. She graduated from West High School and later
attended MATC for accounting. She was very hardworking and spent years
in the service industry. She was also an entrepreneur who started several
Patti had a great love for her family, dogs, horses, nature, waterfalls,
camping, bingo, Lifetime movies, playing cards, and taught everyone she
could how to play Skipbo. She was passionate about cooking for her family
and trying new recipes.
Patti was quick witted with a great sense of humor. She was kind and
generous to all, had a knack for technology, was incredibly resourceful, and
was always innovative. She never stopped dreaming.
Patti would often be seen in a baseball cap with her ponytail hanging out the
back. She treasured the simple things in life and appreciated experiences
with her family over material items or a fancy wardrobe.
She was the most thoughtful and supportive Mom and Granny possible. She
would be there for her family, no matter what few resources she had of her
own. If you called on her, she would be there for you. Granny was extremely
proud of her children and grandsons. Her loss leaves a massive void in our
Patti is survived by her life partner, Brian, children: James, Jenny (Derrick),
Jana (James), and Brice, seven beautiful grandsons: Dominic, Jim,
Maverick, Leo, Kai, Remington, and Casey, her mother: Ann Hollibush, her
siblings: Cynthia (Jim), Mary (John), Anna, Beverly (Jeff), Joan, Edward,
and Andrew, several nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews and her two border collie companions: Corona and Lexi, and her cat Mal.
Patti is preceded in death by her beloved father, Andrew Hollibush, whom
The family of Patti wishes to extend our sincerest heartfelt thanks to Meriter
Hospital ICU staff for the compassionate and dignified care they provided
our precious Mom/Granny. Special recognition to: Dr. Griffith, nurses Emily
and Emily, Chaplain Elizabeth, Dr. Meagan, Dr. Emily, Ireland, and Father
It was Patti's wish to have a private ceremony with her closest loved ones.
She will be missed immensely and loved endlessly. Her brilliant smile and
easy laugh will be remembered forever.
In lieu of flowers, the family would like for you to make a donation to a
charity of your choice or simply spend some time in nature, as Patti would