Condolence: I was stunned and saddened to learn of Pat's passing. Riding from Westerville to our MMH reunion I was sharing with my husband those I was looking forward to seeing. Pat was at the top of my list. I had hoped to share how I always appreciated her kindness and the fact that at a reunion after many years she saw me down the hall and called out my name and gave me a hug. As I read the comments of others, I see she was gift to many. Blessings upon her family in their time of great grief. May all feel peace knowing the promises of God.
Condolence: Honestly, my heart feels empty without her smile, her Irish humor, her compassion, her strength and her love. We were like peas and carrots all through our teen years and never lost our bond. I can't imagine this crazy world without her.
My prayers and love to Jim, Ali, Tina, (their children), Joan Dick and each of her nieces and nephews. This space is too small to tell what a remarkable woman she was.
I'm so sorry that I'm so far away but I'll be right there with all of you through this.
May God bless us all for this daunting loss.
Condolence: Jim, Ali and Tina--so very sorry at the passing of Pat. Your family has played such an integral role in my childhood and life. Pat was at the center of that relationship. I will miss her contagious laugh and her hugs. Ali and Tina, the best of her lives on through you. Love and prayers to you all at this difficult time.
Condolence: I am so, so sorry to hear this. Pat and I shared an apartment for 2 years just after nursing school. I can’t begin to tell you how much I loved her. 2 Irish Girls — we were like sisters.
She touched many lives with her compassion, kindness, and generosity. And her humor— I can’t even start on that one.
God bless you, her family. She was a keeper and will be sadly missed.
Condolence: So very sorry or the loss of your beoved Patricia. Please find comfort in the loving promise from our Father Jehovah that we will see our loved ones again right here on earth at John 5: 28,29.