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Patricia S. Biermann

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Dec. 2, 1940 – Jan. 28, 2016

Patricia S. Biermann, born Dec. 2, 1940, passed away at Verdugo Hills Hospital on Jan. 28. Beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, Pat is survived by Ken, her husband of 47 years; son Greg and his wife Claire and grandchildren Erin and Julia; son Jeff and his wife Stacie and grandchildren Jayden and Alivia;  extended family and countless friends.

Pat was born at Glendale Memorial Hospital and lived all her life in the surrounding areas: Burbank, Shadow Hills, La Cañada and Glendale. She retired from La Cañada Unified School District in 2001 after 38 years of teaching.

Pat loved people, travel, sports, golf and animals. She remained energetic, beautiful, wise, youthful, caring and a special friend to everyone she met. She will be missed by many.

A celebration of life will be held on Feb. 13 at Oakmont Country Club, 3100 Country Club Drive in Glendale 91208 at 3 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to the American Diabetes Association.

“I will love you forever.” ~ Ken Biermann

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6 Responses for “Patricia S. Biermann”

  1. Bill Kramer says:

    Coach:

    My sincerest thoughts to you at this time. Oh how my respect for you and admiration will forever be for as long we share this time before eternity. As I have surely discovered in my short 21 years of marriage, behind every successful man is a bride for the ages. There is no doubt in my heart you are an inspiration to so many of us Falcons because of the love of a wonderful wife. God Bless you and keep you. Bill Kramer, class of 1969

  2. Fernando Aguilar says:

    Ken,
    So sorry to hear about Pat. She was my favorite. She always had an encouging word to say to me and to others who in the room and I always walked a way laughing because she had a great sense of humor. She loved life and she loved you so much. You knew it, because of the way see looked at you. Something I prayed for in my wife. May his mercy and grace be with you and your family durning this difficult time. Blessings always, Fernie

  3. Laurie Little says:

    PAT,
    Tim expressed what many of us feel about the two of you! The two of you made a difference in all of our lives! We are forever grateful to you! Sending you strength and endurance! Laurie

  4. Ginny Smallenburg says:

    I am so sorry. Ken, for your loss. May your sweet memories sustain you. Having just lost John, I know how difficult this time is for you.

  5. Jonathan Ball says:

    I never knew Patricia Bierman, but I remember Ken Biermann quite well. He was a coach and P.E. teacher at CVHS while I was there, 1967-1970. One year, just before the LCHS-CVHS football game, Patricia Biermann organized a “vandalism” escapade in which LCHS students came to CVHS under cover of darkness and spread chicken wings all over the campus. It was supposed to represent the idea that the Falcons’ wings were going to be clipped in the game. I forget the year or the outcome of the game, but looking back, I think it was pretty cute.

  6. TIM RICHARDS says:

    PAT
    THANK YOU FOR THE SPIRIT OF GENEROSITY AND KINDNESS YOU ALWAYS SHOWED WITH ME AND MY FAMILY.
    MAY THE JOY OF SERENITY ACCOMPANY YOUR LOVING SOUL.
    TIM RICHARDS

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