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Patricia Ann Luther Bender

Patty Bender

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Patricia Ann Luther Bender, 57, passed away on August 10th, 2021 at home peacefully surrounded by family.

Born March 30th, 1964, the second child of the late John and Carol Luther and a graduate of East Pennsboro Area High School.

Patty worked for DeMuth and Kaufman Professional Management Consultants in Mechanicsburg for many years as the office manager.

Patty may be remembered as a dedicated wife and mother as well as her love for animals.

She enjoyed sewing, crafting, gardening, and often made homemade gifts for friends and family.

She was the wife of Steve Bender to whom they shared over 40 years together. 

She is survived by a daughter, Sydni Bender, sons, Wesley Bender and Cameron Bender, sisters, Diana Luther Sturman and Jaime Luther Deimler, and many other loved family members.

We thank the staff at Homeland Hospice and UPMC Hillman Cancer Center for their attention and care.

A visitation will be held on Wednesday, August 18, 2021 from 4PM to 6PM at the Sullivan Funeral Home, Enola.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Animal Humane Society, ASPCA, or the Hillman Cancer Center.

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Bender family.


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  1. We only knew Patty through our association with MOSAIC (my husband and I are clients). Though our visits to the office weren’t too frequent, we were always impressed by Patty’s genuine friendliness and caring spirit. We always enjoyed the conversations we were able to have with her.
    Our prayers and sympathy go out to her family … she will be missed even by those of us who only knew her briefly.
    May God bless her family and bring them comfort.

  2. My first memory of Patty was when I was very little. Her Mom and Daddy brought Patty to our home to see her. Her Mom came over to me snd asked if I wanted to hold my baby niece. I almost floated. I ran to school the next morning and bragged to my elementary teacher and friends that I held Patty!!! I was so excited and proud. Her love of her family and Steve…she was so thoughtful, bringing me flowers and homemade gifts that I treasure. She will forever be in my heart. ?

  3. I just learned of Patty’s passing and was very surprised and saddened. She was always such a joy. I worked with Patty for over 10 years, I worked with her when all three of her children were born. I know she will be very missed by here family. My deepest sympathies to her family.

  4. Patty’s spirit will always be irrepressible. I’m sure that even now she is keeping an eye us. She was a dynamo! I knew her for many years when she was office manager at Demuth & Kaufman, because the firm where I work is a D&K client. It was such a delight to work with Patty. She was always upbeat and so capable of juggling an entire plate full of tasks. She went well beyond the necessary basics of her job. I will miss her and remember her fondly. My heart goes out to all of you who loved her.

  5. It’s hard to believe at one point I disliked Patty. We have grown very close one she started to come around and hang out with us. She was my sister in-law but my “ sister” is what I called her. She was my best friend. I will miss her beyond words.
    My pain for us with the loss of her is unimaginable, but I know she is now without pain and will be our guardian angel.

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