Patricia Ann Page, 82, of Lake Summerset, IL died at 6:48 a.m., Tuesday, October 25, 2022 at home. Patricia "Patty" was born August 4, 1940 in Fort Wayne, IN, the daughter of James and Ann (Kokosa) Freiburger. \nPatricia married Robert Edward Page on February 17, 1962 at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Fort Wayne, IN. She is survived by her husband Bob, her three children Robert Page Jr, Laurie (Bruce)Mathes, Daniel (Mila) Page, and grandchildren Elizabeth Page, Benjamin Page, Maggie Mathes, Sarah Mathes, Allison Feist, Nikolai Page, and Ulyana Page. Also surviving are her brother James Freiburger, sister Jeanne Jagielski, and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents.\nPatty graduated from Central Catholic High School, attended St. Mary's College and graduated from Marquette University with a BS in Nursing in 1961. After graduation she worked as an RN for several hospitals in WI and then for the Visiting Nurses.\nPat and Bob moved to IL in the 1970's and she was employed by Durand School as the K-12 school RN for more than 20 years. She loved children and was known for her kindness and empathy. She helped to implement programs that were innovative for the time, such as immunization records, preschool screening, dental health and fluoride programs. \nPat was a dearly beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister and a loyal friend to many. She welcomed all into her home, always with a warm hug, big meal, and many cookies at Christmas time. \nPat was a "lake person" from early on, starting with the family cottage at Clear Lake, IN. After they wed, Pat and Bob purchased and renovated an old cottage at Lake Ripley, WI. With a desire to live on a lake 24/7, they built a home in 1974 at Lake Summerset, IL and 48 happy years were spent enjoying all the amenities. Pat loved to swim, boat, ski (water, snow and cross-country), sail and fish. Actively involved at Lake Summerset she gained dear friends and participated in Yacht Club, Bridge Club, potlucks and anything social. In the 1990's Pat and Bob started "snow-birding" in Marco Island FL where they enjoyed boating, swimming, shelling, fishing, and hosting annual super bowl parties. While in FL she volunteered as an RN in the local school systems.\nPat was a member of St. Mary/St. Patrick Catholic Church Durand/Irish Grove IL. \nThe family wishes to thank Dr. Oh at Mayo Clinic Rochester, Dr. Mark Blomberg, RNs Kelly, Jessica and staff at SSM Health Durand, Dr. Joshua Morrison SSM Monroe, Trici from Home Instead, and ProMedica Hospice for their care.\nA Memorial Mass will be held at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, November 19, 2022 at St. Mary Catholic Church, 606 West Main St. Durand, IL. Cremation Rites to be Accorded. A memorial visitation will be held on Friday November 18 at McCorkle Funeral Home - Durand Chapel 101 W. Main St. Durand, IL from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with a scripture service at 7:30 p.m.\nIn lieu of flowers The Patricia Page Memorial Nursing Scholarship is being established for Durand High School future nursing students. Memorial contributions may be sent to Solutions Bank, attn: Elizabeth Rhyner, PO Box 537, Durand, IL 61024.