Pat was a wonderful neighbor and we're very sorry to have lost her. It will be weird not seeing her sitting on the stoop by the fountain this summer. She will certainly be missed!
It was a pleasure to enjoy Pat's company & her enthusiasm. She will be missed by many. Pat contributed in many ways to many people, by her presence. Our condolences & sympathy is extended to the Floeter family.
Pat has been given her reward in Heaven where she will spend Easter Sunday & be joined by her husband, Conrad.. Bless them & their family. Betty Tubridy & family
Your mother and father watched me grow up and dad was a counselor for several of my merit badges. Your mother was always nice to be around. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your families
Dearest Floeter Family all,
Pat's enthusiasm, joy, common sense, tenacity for the good causes, never accepted no for an answer, generous, loving, cheering, brave, thoughtful, what an amazing spirit, what a God's blessed soul. All these qualities she left in each and every one of us who were God blessed to be nourished by her... So much gratefulness in my heart for her beautiful example. Now she is reunited with her Sweatheart Connie, and they can be proud of the beautiful family the raised, and when kids all grown up, they kindly and generously adopted these foreigners, Dennis, Sasha and myself, there was so much they wanted to give back to life, and kept working to make someone's life better, with awareness, promoting real, human values, whether it was the neighbor or the people in her courses, her fellow Rotarians, in Church and with all their friends. Pat sparkled it all beyond boundaries, she encouraged and cheered me with the idea of making a summer exchange program between Aurora University and my home town University, and that program was a great success carrying on for many years... She succeeded as a woman, a Mom and Grandma, with all her enthusiastic work and knowledge, with all her altruist interests, including me.....
Thank you Pat! With all my love and gratefulness, thank you for all your greatness beyond boundaries, you live in everyone you touched and in all our learned Joy and Enthusiasm. From Mexico ... With all our profound sentiments and a bit of all the sparkling love we received from her, My parents and my self Paola Zamarron.
Loved Pat. She was always so kind and generous to everyone. Your family and the community has lost a treasure.
What a wonderful role model for women. Mary Kay, I'm so sorry for your loss. It's obvious your family is blessed with much love and I hope the many wonderful memories you share will bring some comfort. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Judy and Family,
I am so sorry for your loss, as I looked through the photos it is easy to see Pat was a wonderful lady, well loved and as I read through the guest book it is evident by not knowing her I have missed a treasure. You are all in my prayers.
Dear John, Judy, Lily, Katie and Simon, I'm so sorry for your loss. I know Pat was so proud of you all! I'd often see her at the concerts and other music performances. She was always supportive, and would share how much she loved hearing her grandchildren's music. Her life was a blessing to many. I'm sure you were proud of her, as well.
Prayers and hugs!
I am so sorry for your loss. Your mom was a great lady..brilliant, kind, fun loving, generous, faithful, involved,...She was amazing! It seemed there was nothing she wouldn't tackle. We shared our Uncle Jim and Aunt Katherine and I like to think of Pat and Sheila as cousins.
How we (the Kelly family) looked forward to the Fitzmorris's annual summer visits when we were children!
Their presence meant that our Seattle clan would be with them for picnics and outings. We played together in the icy waters of Puget Sound, picnicked at lakes and Cedar River, rented cabins on Whidbey Island, and lamented the day when Pat and Sheila boarded the train to head east. However, the crazy songs and jokes they taught us linger till this day. In later years Pat was still loyal to our family, trying to keep me up to date on your family, and coming west for our special occasions. I will remember with fondness Pat's presence in my life and how she brightened the world in many ways!
Dear Mary Kay,
I am so sorry to read about your remarkable mother's passing. What an amazing lifetime she had as a wife, mother, grandmother, engineer, politician ...I am sure her positive memories will long be cherished.
We are so blessed to have known and loved your mom. She was a beautiful woman, through and through. Your entire family helped us start a life in America and we will always be grateful for that. We will remember her, always.
I am so sorry to hear of Pat's death. Thinking of her evokes memories of the Fitzmorris family visits to Seattle in my growing- up years. There was great excitement in my family when word went round that the Fitzmorris's were coming. It always meant family picnics and visits to Mount Rainier and Whidbey Island where we had great fun with Pat and Sheila. We were not related but shared the devoted attention of Uncle Jim and Aunt Katherine. Pat kept this connection in our adult years and we always felt like family. When I think of her in the coming weeks and months, I'll be remembering her vivacious spirit, her thoughtfulness, and her generous heart.
We will miss you.
I am so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. She was always so much fun to visit with and share stories. My stays are your parents home when visiting with Mary Kay were great fun! You are all in my prayers! God bless - Shelley (Binder)& Mark Davis
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
My sincerest condolences on the loss of your mother, she sounds like a very remarkable woman. Hopefully fond memories will sustain you. She was very blessed to have had you for a son. With deepest sympathy, Michelle DiCarlo
So sorry for your loss.