My most and sincerest sympathies! Knowing what it’s like I extend such! Remember we will all meet again and perhaps life on the other side will bring us all together again. My thoughts are with you all.
James A. Miller
Pat you were always there when needed to.talk I know you have gone through alot these last month's but I know now you are out of pain and suffering looking down on everyone taking care of everyone now Rick and family my sincerest condolences goes out to you guys cuz and she will always be remembered R.I.P cuz until we meet again big hugs.
Aunt Pat, you have and always will have a very special place in my heart. I know you would want me to say something funny so here goes... I still laugh when I remember the day you talked to me about sex the way you got so embarrassed and red faced and did that up and down motion with your hands still brings a smile to my face.. and you'll be happy to know it was the same way I told Jess about sex .. I know you're in a better place and we will see each other again some day.. l love you lots and lots..Ross promises to wear his quilt for you one day.
Bingo will never be the same without her. We spent many hours there, laughing and talking. Rest in peace sweet woman. It's your time to rest.
Please accept our most sincere sympathies on your tragic loss. Aunt Pat was a wonderful, loving and funny person. Her warm personality filled the room as she entered. Sending love and prayers to the whole family. Rob, Jeanette and family xoxo
Hill & Robinson Funeral Home
30 Nelson Street
Phone: (519) 752-2543