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Patricia "Pat" Lynn Sigler

December 22, 1947 — May 30, 2024


Patricia "Pat" Lynn Sigler

Patricia (Pat) Lynn Sigler passed away peacefully the morning of May 30 at Mercy General Hospital oncology with her husband by her side.  She was 76.

Pat was born to Clifford and Margaret Sigler in Sacramento in 1947.  She earned her bachelor’s degree in Linguistics from the University of California, Davis.  Pat worked in the Yosemite National Park managing display and sales of Indigenous Peoples art.  She had a long career in civil service with the California Conservation Corps.  Pat married her husband in 1992.   They lived in Sacramento.

Pat was charismatic, bright and curious about everything and everybody. She could bring out the best of someone she had just met.

She was passionate about nature, animal protection and rescue, birding, and hiking.  Pat was also passionate about wilderness preservation. Pat and her husband traveled to national parks across the country including many visits to the Grand Tetons.  They enjoyed relaxing trips to their favorite places, Inverness/Point Reyes and Pacific Grove.  

 She supported and collected the art of Indigenous Peoples and local artists.  She supported women’s and civil rights.    Pat loved poetry and music, particularly the art of Gary Snyder and Chopin.  She enjoyed traveling to Portland, Nevada City, and Berkeley to see live theater, readings,  and music.

She is survived by her husband, John Weber, sister Ann (Joseph Hoffman), brother Steve (Darlene Baumgarten), three nephews and a niece and their families (Bryndon, Tyler, Isaac, and Kara).

The family would like to acknowledge the professional and compassionate care of the Mercy General Hospital Oncology ward.

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