Posted by Jonathan Kelly on February 19, 2021
I wish to express my sincere condolences to the Family. Please be assured of my prayers for Patricia and the family.
Posted by L. A. on February 17, 2021
My sincere condolences to all the family. My thoughts and prayers are with you. You have gain another beautiful Angel. Lots of courage and take good care.
Lise-Anne Berthel
Posted by Elaine Findlay on February 16, 2021
I want to offer deep sympathy to all of Pat's family on seeing in the newspaper the news of her passing.  I knew Pat through Cumberland Women's Institute. Pat joined the W. I. in 1980 when you were living in Orleans. She was a wonderful addition to our group. A lively, generous , enthusiastic member she was until 1993-94, when she moved away. She was President from 1985-87, and Secretary from 1998-90. She was an active member on all fronts, a kind and well-rooted person. I have read her life story here and marvel at the fullness and faith of it all.  Thanks be to God for the life of Pat McMillan.   From Elaine Findlay in Russell, Ontario.
Posted by Bob Monette on February 13, 2021
It is with great sadness that we hear of the passing of a great neighbour, friend, mom and above all just a amazing person, our thoughts and prayers go out to Randy and the kids. Pat and I wish to pass on our deepest condolences to the entire McMillan/Monaghan family may she rest in peace
Posted by Mary Attwell on February 12, 2021
To the entire McMillan/Monaghan Family,
I know the Monaghan family from growing up in South March in the 1960's and 1970's. They are a wonderful family and I got to know Patricia through the South March 4-H group. She was my 4-H leader for many years and I remember her enthusiasm, great smile, big beautiful eyes, and the fact that she made learning fun. I was a young teenager and the 4-H program with leadership under Patricia helped to form me as an adult. I went on to become a 4-H leader and was presented a quilt by Mona from the South March Women's Institute. I have wonderful memories of Patricia and the impact she had on many young girls in South March.
I last saw Patricia at St. Thomas church in Stittsville on the occasion of a baptism. We had a great discussion about family and it was very apparent of her love for her family and the love for her church and God.
Sympathy to you all at this sad time.
Mary Attwell

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