Patricia Ann Zurmond, 89, met her Lord and Savior on Monday, December 21, 2020, at Sheboygan Health Services.Patricia A. Lemkuil was born on October 6, 1931, in Oostburg to Clarence & Hazel (Theune) Lemkuil. She was a 1949 graduate of Oostburg High School.On May 6, 1955, she married her best friend, Norbert G. "Pete" Zurmond in Oostburg. Pete preceded Pat in death on April 7, 2016.Pat was an active member of the First Reformed Church of Oostburg where she served as a long-time Sunday School teacher, Bible Class teacher, and prayer group leader. She enjoyed gardening, knitting, baking, playing cards, shopping, traveling, putting puzzles together, and above all, spending time with family and friends over a cup of coffee.Pat is survived by her two daughters, Peggy (Brian) Free of Sheboygan and Patti (Tim) Marsho of Oshkosh; two sons, Brian (Wanda) Zurmond and Bruce (Jody) Zurmond, both of Oostburg; eight grandchildren, Allison (fiancé, Brandon) Free, Stephanie (Casey) Spitzer, Lindsey (Eric) VerStraate, Peter (Taylor) Marsho, Christopher (fiancé, Maddy) Marsho, Thomas Marsho, Travis (Sarah) Zurmond, and Morgan (fiancé, Travis) Zurmond; five great-grandchildren, Penelope, Olivia, Emelia, Nora, Theo; step-siblings, Rich (Karen) TenHaken, Marilyn Hansen. She is further survived by many beloved nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.She is preceded in death by her parents, Clarence & Hazel Lemkuil, step-father, Lewis TenHaken, two sisters, LaMae Lemkuil, Judy "Putter" (Chuck) Bartelt, Richard "Chip" (Lenore) Lemkuil; step-siblings, Roland (Betty) TenHaken, Delmar Hansen.A private funeral service and burial at Oostburg Cemetery will take place with Pastor Bob Rook presiding. All are welcome to join the funeral service via livestream by visiting
on Tuesday, December 29 at 10:00 am.Memorial contributions can be made in her name to First Reformed Church of Oostburg and Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice.To Marcia Adams and the wonderful staff at Sheboygan Health Services, we are grateful for the kind, compassionate care given to our mother, but more importantly, loving her when we could not be there due to COVID-19. Also, to the wonderful staff at Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice, especially moms' nurses, Michelle Hemp and Valerie Doyle, and social worker, Lee Mitchler. We also wish to thank Dr. Gentine for lovingly caring for our mom throughout the years.The Wenig Funeral Home of Oostburg (920-564-2771) is honored to serve the family with arrangements.