Patricia J. Weigel of Monaca, age 85, passed away surrounded by loving family on Tuesday, May 30, 2017. Beloved wife of the late John A. Weigel; devoted and loving mother to Linda Weigel Demoise and her husband Dr. Michael Demoise and John T. Weigel and his wife Deborah; cherished Nana to P.J., Jessie, and Jackie Demoise, Graham Weigel, Brandon and Jared Burge; great-grandmother to Phoebe and Daphne Franklin, Isabelle Weigel, and Anthony, Griffin, and Rhys Burge; beloved aunt to her loving nieces and nephews, Susan Polce, Judy Scassa, Paul Polce, Cindy Rebich, JoAnn and Patty DeNeza, Cindy Elmer, Randall Weigel, Mark Weigel, Tom Weigel, Tim Weigel, Barbara Ward, Allan Weigel, Nancy Bush, Lynn McBride, Jane Hepner, Susan Harcar, Janet Bassford, Joanne Snyder, and the late Judy Krebs and Dale Weigel.Pat was the daughter of the late Goldie and Harry Armstrong and sister of Theo Polce, and the late Shirley DeNeza and Margaret Armstrong.Always a hard worker, Pat joined the Westinghouse Electric workforce in Beaver as a line-worker as a young adult. It was then in Rochester, where she met and fell in love with her beloved John, whom she married in 1951.They soon moved to Monaca, where they raised their two children, and where she would remain for the next 66 years, surrounded by wonderful friends and neighbors. During those years, Pat was a devoted parishioner of Monaca First Presbyterian Church and a dedicated employee of Bender’s Pharmacy. Additionally, Pat is known by some as the first gatekeeper of the Monaca Toll Bridge (Monaca-East Rochester Bridge). Pat had always valued her community and participated in local politics. She was a member of Monaca’s Junior Women’s Club, served as Monaca’s Second Ward council woman, and actively volunteered on the Monaca Recreation Board.In later years, Pat was an avid reader of romance novels and on Sundays could be found visiting “over-the-hill” along the Ohio River or surrounded by family members for spaghetti dinner at her sister’s house.“Your love for us was constant, your devotion had no end, you filled our lives with sunshine, as a mother and a friend, so may you know forever, that to us you were the best, and may you find a gentle peace in sweet eternal rest.”Friends will be received on Friday, June 2 from 2:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Simpson Funeral & Cremation Services, 1119 Washington Avenue, Monaca, where services will be held on Saturday at 1:00 p.m., with her pastor, Rev. Beth Wierman officiating.Interment will follow in Beaver Cemetery.Contributions can be made in Pat’s memory to the Beaver County Humane Society.To share online condolences, get directions and other information, please visit simpsonfuneralhome.com.