- 80 years old
- Date of birth: Nov 15, 1933
- Date of passing: Dec 20, 2013
|Let the memory of Patricia be with us forever|
Another year has passed, another birthday is here without you. Time doesn't take away the pain of missing you. All my love, Cindy"
"I miss you so much, Patti."
"Hi Mom, Sure felt strange not being able to call you up and wish you a Happy Birthday! Miss you so much..."
"Miss your E-mails kiddo!!! Happy Birthday!!!"
"Patti was a neighbor of mine for 11 years. She always had a smile on her face and now she is sitting by God right hand and on the left all the family and friends that went before her."
"Patti & Wayne were our neighbors in Bullhead City. Patti introduced me to the Red Hats. She is missed so much. She was such a good influence on others & so warm & outgoing, you couldn't help but love her. I will always keep her memories in my heart. And I will always miss her."
"For our dear sister in law Patti from Shirley and Jack Berwick..Long time fond memories remembering so many fun times and family get -togethers. From bowling days and the loop drug store and Ace drive in 1947 and on. Growing up together with Wayne watching our families grow to successful lives. Good ole days. Its not goodbye, Its so long Patti til we meet again."
"I first met Patti when we joined Red Hats. For eight years we have been making memories that I will never forget. She loved life and enjoyed people. I do miss going out to lunch with her and talking on the phone when she couldn't go out. I really have missed her friendly ship and being her red hat sister..."
"Patti and Wayne were the only cousins to visit our home in Maine. I have been unable to travel for many years now so it was great to meet and visit them. Patti and I exhanged e-mails for several years and I sorely miss hearing from her. She was indeed a kind and caring soul."
"To A Wonderful Mother With Gratitude, Thanks and Love
A face that is always on my mind,
A smile I have seen a million times,
Two eyes that would light up the sky at night,
One last battle you could not fight,
The day was long, then night then morn.
We knew that soon you would be gone,
To stay with us you fought so hard,
A million pieces went my heart,
Now a photo I look at to see your smile,
I still keep your number on my speed dial,
But great memories I will always keep with me,
Your love in my heart for eternity,
When I am weary from the burdens I’ve borne,
And the path is unclear and I feel so forlorn,
I remember your loving support was always near,
And your advice made the path ahead seem clear."
"Cindy, the loss of a mother is never forgotten but their spirit lives on in us forever. We are part of each other always. When you feel like that conversation walk outside, look up into the heavens and start talking."
"I am SO very sorry to get this news. I've wondered why you didn't answer my E-mails dear friend, now I know, your pain is all over and you are with our heavenly father. You have been my dear friend since we were in the 3rd grade and we lived in Lakewood, Colo. I'm so glad you and Wayne came to Ks. a few years ago and visited with me, it was a great time to renew old memories. It's not every one that can have a over 70 year friendship. I will keep you and your family in my prayers."
"Grandma, I don't have much more left to say but thank you. I wouldn't be who I am, nor have the life I do if it weren't for all you taught me and all you shared. As I prepare to bring another member of the latest generation of Wood women into the world my heart overflows with gratitude for you.
P.S. I still don't make my bed everyday, but when I do, I always think of you ;)"
"Mom, there is such a void without you. You cross my mind a dozen times every day and I think of something I want to tell you or ask you in our next conversation and then the cold realization hits that I can't just call you on the phone anymore. I love you so and I miss you terribly!"
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