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Laura Scaramell posted a condolence
Monday, November 6, 2017As a teen growing up in the 70's, Pat was a regular at my parent's house on Sprucewood Terrace. I have fond memories of Pat's visits with her dog, Ginger, at her side. I am sure this is where my love of coffee and good conversation started (even if it was sometimes listening to Pat and Mom from some clandestine other location!)The conversations were witty, risqué and intellectual. I will never forget the time I noticed her "If God was a woman..." button on her jacket. Wow! I hadn't thought of that! You sure do rock Pat! Now fast forward as an adult woman in my mid-50's, living states away - you were still there for me the day I lost my Godmother, another close family friend. I never forgot that. It was like I had never left. You were always part of our family and especially a good friend to my ma, sharing your love of the arts and cooking with each other. Apparently, God decided it was your time to come to her table and I am sure Ginger was there to greet you. Please know, you will not be forgotten and Paul, Judy and Kate - My deepest condolences to you all during your time of loss.
David and Barbara Odegard posted a condolence
Monday, November 6, 2017Dear Sciandra Family, Our sincere condolences to you on the loss of Patricia. Our thoughts are with you during this difficult time. Please treasure all the good memories of wife, mother,grandmother and lifelong artist. She must have enriched many lives in her teaching of art.
Paula Basile Kieffer posted a condolence
Monday, October 30, 2017Paul, Kathy and Judy- I am so sorry to hear of Pat's passing. Please know we are keeping you all in our prayers. Pat was always so nice to my mom and always so fun and full of life. That's how I remember her. She was a dear neighbor back on sprucewood terrace!
Connie Spoor posted a condolence
Monday, October 30, 2017Pat was a dear friend ever since we roomed together in college. So many memories, one time she won a small duck and we kept him in our pantry. We named him Hublar and then invited Pat's professor Hubler to dine with us in our kitchen. Of course the duck was not quiet, not sure he ever knew the duck was named after him. I believe Paul and she took the duck to a farm. It was fun to see her and Paul become a couple, they were so much fun and ready for any Adventure. I always loved her artwork ,she had a very speciay talent. She will always be in my heart
Lisa Besnett posted a condolence
Sunday, October 29, 2017Pat was smart, and warm and had a wicked sense of humor. She will be missed. I'm grateful to have known her. Wish I could be there. Love to Paul, Judy, and Kate. Condolences to the rest of the family.
Christopher Odegard posted a condolence
Sunday, October 29, 2017Pat was an incredible and gifted woman. I will always cherish the times we made each other laugh. I send my love and condolence to Paul and to all of Pat's family and friends.
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Sunday, October 29, 2017
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Friday, October 27, 2017