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Patricia Smith Kisch, 74, Was an Avid 49ers Fan

Kisch passed away on December 19.

Patricia M. (Longacre) Smith Kisch, age 74, wife of the late Edward J. Smith and the late Steven Kisch, of Phoenixville, PA died Wednesday evening, December 19, 2012 in the home of her daughter in Phoenixville.  Born in Phoenixville, she was a daughter of the late Marie Longacre.  She attended school in Phoenixville.  Mrs. Smith Kisch worked for over 25 years as a spot welder at the Penco Company in Oaks before retiring in 2000.  She was an active member of the Green Tree Church of the Brethren in Oaks, PA.  Mrs. Smith Kisch also regularly attended the Phoenixville Senior Center.  She enjoyed cruise ships, traveling, crocheting, reading and camping.  She was an avid San Francisco 49ers fan. 

Mrs. Smith Kisch is survived by five children: Tammy M., wife of Kevin T. Riggins, of Atglen, PA; Carole A., wife of Robert T. D'Attilio, of Kimberton, PA; Holly J. Fisher, of Phoenixville; Brenda L, wife of David W. Cornelison, Sr., of Pottstown, PA; Edward J. Smith, Jr., of Spring City, PA; one brother: Ronald Raysor, of Pottstown, PA; twelve grandchildren, twelve great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.  Mrs. Smith Kisch was pre-deceased by one son: Joseph W. Smith; one sister: Shirley Cornelison; and one granddaughter: Amanda Rae Fisher.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral service at the Campbell–Ennis–Klotzbach Funeral Home, Inc., Main Street at Fifth Avenue, Phoenixville, PA on Monday, December 24, 2012 at 10:00 AM.  Officiating will be the Rev. David A. Leiter.  Burial will be in the Valley Forge Memorial Gardens, King of Prussia, PA.  Friends will be received Monday morning at the funeral home from 9:00 - 10:00 AM.  In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made in her name to the Phoenixville Senior Center, 153 Church Street, Phoenixville, PA 19460. 

Condolences may be made by visiting www.PhoenixvilleFuneralHome.com

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