Dear Joe and Barb and your respective families...I am so sorry for your loss. This has been a tough year on the Driscoll girls. Know that we are here for you guys. I had just started a letter to Pat, but hadn't sent it yet. I did the same when my Mom left. I had a letter, but hadn't sent it yet. I'm certain they are enjoying some fast and furious card playing now...'Dirty 500" anyone?!!
Our prayers and thoughts are with the family. May God give you comfort and endurance.
Our heart goes out to the family. Pour out your heart to "the God of all comfort" he will help through your loss.
Joe, Debbie and family
So very sad to read of Pat's passing. Thoughts and prayers are with all of you!
Dear family of Pat Carlson. We are so sorry for the loss of your loved one. I met Pat when she visited her daughter Barb in Concord. We became friends and corresponded for many years. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May she rest in peace. She has earned her reward.
Joe, Deb, and Family,
Thinking of you and sending our love and prayers for your mom and family. We miss you guys and love you so much!
Mike, Kathy, and Sarah
Pat was a neighbor, friend and surrogate grandmother to me. For 30 years, she has sent me a birthday card every year. My birthday will not be the same this year without her beautiful handwriting. She was a big part of my childhood and she will be greatly missed.
I don't think I have ever met such a positive person as my Grandma Pat. No matter the occasion she always brought a sense of joy and she always made those around her, especially her grandchildren, feel special. Before she passed I was at her house telling her how I was taking students to the Inauguration and her excitement at the news and her pride in what I was doing made what I was doing that much more special. She had that knack. Her enthusiasm was contagious and I will miss her. It is comforting to know that she is where she wanted to be. Love you Grandma Pat.
I will miss my "second" Mom. As my Godmother, she was there, along with my Mom with love and acceptance. Her laugh and enjoyment of the little things of life are some of my most precious memories.
My second Mother; I miss her so much.
So sorry to hear of Pat's passing.I knew her through her daughter, Barb and we met on some occasions. She was a special lady, for sure.May she rest in peace. God bless her family. Love and sympathy. Jan and Larry Cadigan of Concord, Ca.
To the family... We will miss Pat's beaming smile and kindness of heart... St. Cornelius is much emptier without Jim and Pat. Much love, Patti Tuell