Patricia Marie Bartz

May 11, 1949 - August 15, 2021

Patricia Marie Bartz, 72, of Lumberton, Texas died Sunday, August 15, 2021. She was born on May 11, 1949, in Beaumont, TX to Florence O’Hare and Raymond Robichau.

Survivors include her husband, Fred Bartz; Children: Regina Murphy and her husband, James; Richard Bartz and his wife, Zula; Dr. Roger Bartz and his wife, Misty; Grandchildren: Mason Gardner, Attorney at Law; Jacob Major, Ethan Murphy, Caden Murphy, Kyndall Bartz, Weston Bartz, and Joanne Bartz; Step- grandchildren: Britany Murphy, Kelsi Terry, Braden Terry, Alexis Samford, and Alyssa Samford; Great-grandchild: Luke Major; Siblings: Elizabeth “Bess” Perry, Raymond “Ray” Robichau, Phyllis English, Kenneth Robichau, Glenn Robichau, Gary Robichau, Linda Allen, Rodney Robichau, Eileen Bruno, Neal Robichau, and Stephanie Bresee; fifty-five nieces and nephews.

Patricia is preceded in death by her parents and brother, Jack Robichau.

Patricia was a faith-filled woman whose family meant everything to her. She was completely self-less and was the moral compass of her large family. She enjoyed long conversations filled with laughter with her children, grandchildren, siblings, and friends. She loved going deer hunting and bass fishing with her family. One of her favorite places to relax was at one of her brothers’ beach cabins with the wind in her face and a full moon shining on the water at night. Her favorite day of the week was Sunday because after Mass her children and grandchildren would always plan a gathering for games and a shared meal.

Private services for Mrs. Bartz are being held under the direction of Broussard’s, 2000 McFaddin Avenue, Beaumont.

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    Chaney Allen says:

    Sweet Aunt Pat,
    Your compassion and love for others was remarkable. You had the ears, voice, and eyes of Mary. There is so no doubt you have a remarkable seat in Heaven. We will miss you but we know this isn’t goodbye. Fred, Regina, Richard, Roger and all the Bartz family we all send our condolences to you all. We pray for comfort, peace, and healing in the days that lay ahead.

    With Love,
    Chad, Chaney, Luke, Emily and Presley Allen

    Dee Gaulding says:

    Pat was such a bright star and I will miss her. Condolences to the family. She is at peace now.

    Stephanie Robichau Bresee says:

    My dear sweet sister Pat, oh how I miss you so already. Thank you for being a wonderful sister/2nd Mom to us all. Thank you for the love you had for Jesus and your family. There will never be another PAT and I was so blessed that you were my sister. Fly high sweet sister you have so earned your wings.

    Fred, Regina, Richard, Roger and spouses, children and grandchildren. I am so very sorry for your loss, cherish all the wonderful memories, she LOVED y’all so much.

    Ray Robichau says:

    To my sweet and caring sister, all of our lives were so much better with you standing with us. You always had a kind word to say, no matter who we were talking about, you would always pick something good , with your beautiful smile on your face.
    We all are going to miss you sooooo much,. May God bless and watch over Fred and your family.
    Thank you for all posting all the sweet and kind words for Pat.

    Linda Robichau Allen says:

    To Fred, Regina, Richard, Roger, their spouses and children…..My heart is broken for you all. I know the love your precious mom had for each of you!! Know that your big extended family if there for you!! The prayers will not stop. Thank you for all the gatherings yall had……I could hear in Pats voice the joy when she would share what she had done with you guys and gals…. I LOVE each of you!!! God bless you with extra grace to get through this and for the years to come.

    Rodney Robichau says:

    Pat loved her life , All of her life.. Pat loved her family.
    But the one thing she loved more than anything, Pats love for God..🛐💖🛐
    Pat raised her children in her Catholic faith.
    She attended Assumption Catholic school. .
    Assumption Catholic Church growing up.
    Pat would marry her love, Fred , 10/1971, and moved from Bmt, to Lumberton.
    Pat and her family attended iInfant Jesus Catholic Church in Lumberton. For the Rest of her life.
    Pat would take over , Assumption credit union, that our father started 53 years ago,
    Our dad created this credit union to help the catholic members, on small loans .
    Dad would pass away in 9/1971, our mother would carry on the tradition our father started until 2003,
    Pat would continue the tradition until 2021. She loved the tradition our parents started.
    Pat loved helping others. She taught Sunday school, CCD , an anything that would help children grow their moral In Catholic Education..
    So many of us will miss Pat Greatly.
    Thank you God for this creation of life we’ve called , St. Pat all of our life.
    Her wonderful husband, and their 3 children and family Are going to miss her tremendously.
    Her 12 brothers and sisters Loved her dearly.
    We will Miss her unbelievably.✝️💖✝️

    Thank You Our Lord And Savor Jesus Christ.➕➕➕

    Rodney Robichau says:

    My dearest sister, St. Pat ! I love you, I miss you, I pray for You, and your beloved Family.🙏🏻
    Thank You God for our Pat, She was brilliant, funny, lovable, Kind, giving, caring and Spiritual.✝️💖✝️
    I will miss you Pat, More than I can say.
    I truly want know what to do from time to time without you.😇
    You always made time to come and celebrate with us, your family. Christmas will be very hard without your spiritual smile among us all. That is going to make it difficult. I must put myself aside, knowing you’re suffering and pain most of your life.Will be no more, and for that I am grateful for you. But my greatest gratitude.
    Goes to God, Promises , Pats rewards !
    Pat you have received from our Heavenly Father, The comfort of eternal life.
    And death and pain will be no more.
    You lived a full and faithful life, all of your life.
    Pat your Lord for Jesus Christ, was on manageable.
    I am so proud of you Pat, your inspiration, love for God , Jesus, Holy Spirit, and Blessed Mary, May not ever be matched.. ✝️💖✝️
    Today I held your hand for the last time.
    Pat I will hold you in my heart, until my spirit can hold your spirit in Heaven..
    Pat we all love you, and will never forget you.

    Our dear , Fred, Regina, Richard, Roger, James, Zula, Misty, grandchildren and great grandchild.
    So Sorry For Y’all Loss. Our Hearts Are Very Heavy 💖💙💖
    Our love and hugs or with you.

    Thank You Jesus, For Our Beloved , Sister,
    St. Pat 😇😇😇
    8/15/21

    Your Brother In Christ.✝️💖🛐
    Rodney

    Gods Promises Are True.✝️✝️✝️

    Celeste Salhab says:

    Dear Robichau family,
    My heart goes out to all of you for the loss of your dear sister. Prayers for all of you and her entire family.

    Linda Robichau Allen says:

    Thank you Celeste!! Our hearts are broken but rejoice for her!!!

    Ernie Vincent says:

    I remember Patricia from early school days. She was consistently good people. My best to the family.

    Jean Cushman McIntosh says:

    I am SO SORRY for your loss😭‼️ Prayers for HER FAMILY and FRIENDS 🙏!

    Laura Dishman says:

    Fred and Regina and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Pat was an amazing woman; a dear friend who I loved and admired for her many wonderful gifts of love, faith, and caring. I think of her often and you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. God bless.

    Kathy Robinson says:

    I have known Pat since I was in the first grade (and the Bartz family also). She was definitely a lifelong friend that I will miss. Rest in Christ’s arms my sweet friend.

    Mary Gallio Ingram says:

    From all the Gallio family, we send our deepest sympathy and prayers to all the Robichau and Fred Bartz family. Pat was one of my very best friends in school from the 4th grade on up and also her sister-in-law Kathie Bartz. We had some good times together. She loved all her family so much. Pat always had a smile on her face. She will be missed by so many. I know you are in heaven watching over all your family.

    Tim and Vickie Seymour says:

    To All the Robichau Family,
    Tim and I are so sorry that you are grieving the loss of Pat. She was such a fun-loving, gracious, kind-hearted and a women strong in her faith. We pray that she is resting in His arms and re-uniting with family members in heaven. We will be praying for you and your family in hopes that God will give you strength. Love you all!

    Michael and Lisa Barnett says:

    Neal and family,
    We are so sorry for your loss. Sending our thoughts and prayers to you and your family at this time.

    Linda C Simpson says:

    My sincere condolences to all of Pats family. My thoughts and prayers are with you. RIP sweet lady.

    Warren & Myra Petkovsek says:

    Myra & I are so sorry to hear this sad news. We offer prayers for strength and healing for Fred, Regina, Richard, Roger and the family.

    Lynda Roy Broussard says:

    My thoughts and prayers for the family. I am so sorry for your loss.

    Julia Wiley says:

    Regina, so sorry for the loss of your mother. My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time.

    Diane Barranco Duplechain says:

    So sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family.

    Jimmy and Marilyn Madaffri says:

    Sincere sympathy to Fred, Regina, Roger and Richard and the Bartz family for the loss of Pat. She was such a gentle, loving lady. Rest In Peace dear neighbor and friend.

    Susan Marsh-Spencer says:

    They say if you have two “real friends” in a lifetime, you are blessed. I was blessed to have Pat as one of those friends.
    To me she was everything you would want in a friend: kind, loving, forgiving, and so much love for her family..
    Best of all, she laughed at my jokes.
    Rest In Peace my sweet ,sweet friend.

    Jade McGowan says:

    Her suffering has ended and she is resting in the arms of our Lord and Saviour in peace. I will miss her smiling face in church.

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