Patti Ann Kedrowski


of Cloquet, passed away early Tuesday October 18th, 2022 peacefully at home after her struggle with cancer. She was born in Duluth on June 3rd, 1959 to Eugene and Marian (Larsen) Johnson. Patti was preceded in death by both parents, grandchild Dakota King-Kedrowski and brothers-in-law Carl Kytola, Mike Smith and Rick Sundquist. Patti is survived by husband John Kedrowski of Cloquet, daughters; Christine King-Geleneau of Perham, Anne (Frankie) King of Cromwell, Tonya (Jason) King of Wright, Mary King of Cloquet, and Tomasena (Josh) King-HagE of Cromwell; grandchildren: Amber, Jade, Lakota, Austin, Sierra, Anton, Xander, Alexandria, Markis, Jasmine, Conner, Sophia, Isaac, Trinity, Rylee and Brenda; great grandchildren Elleunna, Addison and Raiden; sisters Kay Kytola of Cromwell, Peggy Sundquist and Pam Smith of Two Harbors; brothers Alex Johnson and Darrell Johnson of Sioux Falls. Patti is also survived by many nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. Patti will be cremated and will be kept with husband John in a Duluth Pack bag designed by her best friend and co-worker Tracie. A celebration of life will be held at a later time.

Patti was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sibling and friend. She was in love with carousel horses and hummingbirds. She was a devoted Stearns worker until the plant in Carlton closed and then she went on to be a devoted worker at Duluth Pack. Patti loved to sew. You could very much find Patti sitting outside at home smoking and enjoying her cups of coffee. She loved having her husband and all of her children and grandchildren around for the holidays. Before becoming ill, you could find her at the casino with her husband John (her Jamaica). Patti loved rock picking with friend and co-worker Kaci. Patti will be forever missed by all those that were a part of her life. She touched so many people and inspired all of us to be as hard working as she was. Rest in Peace Momma and Fly High. Give Dakota and the rest of our loved one’s kisses. You will be missed but never forgotten.

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