Patty Faas Obituary, Death- It is very likely that you communicated with Patty at some point during either the summer of 2019 or the summer of 2020 if you were employed at a summer camp.
Even when she was too sick to participate in the work that we do every summer, she was always a vocal supporter of the effort that we make. She was a staunch supporter at all times, even when her illness prevented her from lending a hand. She was friendly, humorous, and kind all at the same time. She was a wonderful person. She had a genuine affection for the people who had made Coldstream their home and was quite proud of her membership in House Zion.
She was able to form friendships with both the staff members and the campers, and she started a collection of as many camp t-shirts as she could get her hands on. She had compassion for everyone, regardless of where they were in life, where they came from, or the difficulties they were going through, no matter what.
Patty found comfort in the reassurance that “He will wipe every tear from their eyes… there will be no more mourning, crying, or pain, for the former things have passed away.” When Patty was sick and in pain, she clung to the promise that “He will wipe every tear from their eyes.” One possible interpretation of this phrase is “He will wipe every tear from their eyes.”
Patty claims that she has had a face-to-face encounter with the Lord. In spite of the fact that we are saddened by her passing, we are confident that God is in the process of making all things new, and that this is not the end of the story. In spite of the fact that we are saddened by her loss, we have faith that God will one day make all things new.