Patsy Jean Saylors

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Patsy Jean Saylors, 81 of Logansport passed away peacefully Friday, January 20, 2015 in her daughter Trisha’s home in Noblesville, following a long battle with cancer.

Born May 13, 1933 in Walton, she was the daughter of the late Harold “Patrick” O’Blenis and the late Florence Bruner O’Blenis. On July 26, 1953, she was married to Billy Lee Saylors who proceeded her in death on December 11, 1988.

Patsy graduated from Walton High School in 1952.

Patsy was employed by the Southeastern School Corporation as a school bus driver before retiring after thirty-two years of service.  She then enjoyed working  as the  courtesy cart driver for Logansport Memorial Hospital for seven years.

Patsy was a lifelong member of the Walton Christian Church and a dedicated member of the Willing Workers Sunday School Class. She was also an active member in Rainbow, Eastern Star, the American Legion Auxiliary, and the Walton High School Alumni. Patsy was a beautiful vocalist and sang for many special events throughout the years.

Surviving are two daughters, Trish Salmons and husband Dan of Noblesville, and Shae Saylors and companion Andy Paul of Greenfield. grandchildren Jason (LeeAnn) Salmons of Greentown, Cody Ladd of Indianapolis,  Matthew Salmons and Andrew Salmons both of Noblesville; great-grandchildren Amber (fiancé Josh) and Jordan;  great-great-grandchildren Kaidan, Kennedy, and Andrew.  Also surviving are several nieces and nephews, including her special niece Jane Hendrickson Myer

Patsy was proceeded in death by one sister Peggy Hendrickson.

A funeral service celebrating the life of Patsy Saylors will be held at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, February 24, 2015, in Fisher Funeral Chapel, 1801 Chase Road, Logansport. Family members will be officiating this special service.
Burial, with a school bus escort, will follow in the Walton IOOF Cemetery.
Friends may call from 3 to 8 p.m. Monday, February 23, 2015, in the funeral chapel.

The family requests memorial contributions be made to the Baobei Foundation, an organization which saved the life of her grandson Andrew and placed him in the loving arms of their family; or to a local food pantry or a charity of your choice in memory of Patsy.  Envelopes will be available at the funeral chapel.

You may light a candle of hope in remembrance of Patsy, share condolences in her guestbook or view her video tribute at