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Patricia Diane (Pat) Auman

Pat Auman

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Patricia Diane (Pat) Auman, 88, of Enola, PA went home to be with the Lord on Monday, May 30, 2022. She passed peacefully at her home.

She was born on November 17, 1933 in Carlisle, PA. The daughter of the late G. Forrest Ebner and Catherine Morgan Kinsey. She graduated from John Harris High School in 1951. She worked for Bell Telephone, PA Bakery and AMP. She loved children and ran a daycare out of her home for over 20 years before retiring. 

Pat is survived by her husband Paul W. Auman Sr, married for 43 years, daughters Kathy Homer (Bill Boshinski) of Highspire, PA and Diane Nickel (Bryan) of Dillsburg, PA. Step-sons Paul Auman Jr (Michelle), John Auman (Darlene) and Thomas Auman (Rose). Grandchildren James Homer; Zachary, Brandon and Luke Nickel; Justin, Kayllyn, Isaiah, Taylor, Alex, Matthew and Christian Auman. 1 great-grandchild. 

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her brothers Lloyd Myers and George F. Ebner and a daughter Christine Tipppery.

Pat loved going to the beach. She was kind to everyone she met, many thought of her as a second mom and grandmother. She was such a great friend to so many. She was funny, even up until her death she was making funny comments and making everyone laugh.

She was a long-time member of River of God Church; she loved God and attended many different churches during her lifetime. 

A memorial service will be held at River of God Church 747 Wertzville Rd, Enola, PA 17025 on June 18, 2022 at 6 PM. A meal will be provided following the service and time to visit with the family.

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




3 comments on “Patricia Diane (Pat) Auman”

  1. Hi, My name is Tonya and I am Christine Tipperys daughter. I would love to speak with Pat Auman daughter if possible. 336-988-1821

    My condolence to your family

  2. Paul,
    I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your wife. In this very difficult time, I hope it brings you comfort to know that your loved one is at God’s mansion and you can look forward to a grand reunion one day. For now, may you be comforted knowing that you have many friends to help you through the tough days.

  3. I have known Pat all my life. She was very special to me and I loved her so much. She would take me to the beach as a child and we would have the best time. To this day, I have that same love of the beach. Sympathy to her husband Paul, daughter’s Kathy and Diane. Her family is in my prayers. May she rest in peace.

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