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Patricia Dietz

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Patricia Dietz, age 70, of Nora Springs, Iowa, formerly of Nashua, died Tuesday, May 24, 2022, at the Nora Springs Care Center. Graveside services will be held for Patricia at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, May 31, 2022, at Sunnyside Memory Gardens, rural Charles City with Rev. Ben Hartwig officiating with a luncheon to follow at the Little Brown Church at 12:00 p.m. Patricia (Patty) Dietz was born November 2, 1951, to Ernest and Ella Cagley of Nashua, Iowa. She attended Nashua schools and graduated High School in 1969. She married Don Riggan on November 7, 1969, and had five children. She divorced in January 1979 and later married Gene Dietz and had one child. Patty was an active member of the Little Brown Church of Nashua and attended as often as possible. She also served on the board for many years at the Little Brown Church. Throughout her life, Patty worked as a CNA/CMA in the surrounding areas. She also worked at Charlie Brown Day Care in Mason City and Comprehensive Systems in Charles City. Later in life, Patty resided at Apple Valley Assisted Living in Charles City where she made a lot of great friends during her time spent there. Patty enjoyed many things during her life. She enjoyed bird watching, playing games with her friends at Apple Valley Assisted Living, doing Diamond Arts, and spending time with friends and family. Patty leaves behind Diane(Matt) Bronson of Forest City, Debbie(Corey) Hoffman of Evansdale, Carol Riggan of Greene, Billy (Shelly) Riggan of Garner, Danny (Nikki) Riggan of Mason City, Todd (Lyn) Dietz of Charles City, along with sixteen grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Patty was preceded in death by her sisters Phyllis Thompson and Sharon Keeling, brothers Glenn Cagley and Rolland Cagley, Father Ernest Cagley, Mother Ella Cagley, Gene Dietz, and Grandsons Cayden Dietz and Jason Cobb.

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  1. She was such a wonderful friend of mine and had so much fun together..I am missing her so much already. RIP Patty..love you 🙏🙏🙏


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