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January 08, 2013
I wrote this poem and gave it to her on April 28th 2010 when she was at charity benefit in Claremore Oklahoma this was my first time to see her so that night I brought her this poem
The Stars had to be lined up just right that night and the sun must have been shinning so bright that day
In some way on that day God sent an angel with a heavenly voice to fill our ears and he prepared that angels heart with lots of love from a big loving family and from god above
Her life was humble in the beginning, she could never imagine what god was plannin
Even in Poverty she lifted up her voice to share with others
That sweet honey alto voice would make its way to millions of ears which god had planned from the beginning
Her sweet smile and uplifting personality drew millions to her but her love of God and family would keep her feet planted firm on the ground
She would endure testing along the way but with god and time on her side her destiny would not be denied
Clara Ann would give way to Patti Page and set the stage for the singing rage
Decades have passed and the gift god gave us goes on filling our ears with that sweet honey alto voice.
The stage is set Clara Ann is coming home where it all began and may it go on for a long to come
Patti,Clarann, Katie thanks from the bottom of my heart for the special touched by god talent you have shared with all of us and just being here tonight is the greatest thrill of my life and if you are reading this you and I have met even though I feel I've known you always love Marilyn Sutherland a friend and a fan god bless

I gave Patti this poem that night and on her 83 rd birthday I emailed it to her again ! God brought me into her life I loved her as if she were family I will miss her and I know I'm not alone till we meet again my sweet Patti
January 08, 2013
God needed another Angel so he called Patti home to him.Now she will sing her beautiful songs in Heaven.She was a beautiful person inside and out.I had the great honor of meeting her in person and had my picture taken with her.It is one of my fondest memories and i will always treasure it.She was so sweet and gracious to me.Bye,Patti,gone but never forgotten.You left all of your beautiful songs here with us.Thank You.God Bless You.
January 08, 2013
You will missed dearly
January 08, 2013
I'm the DJ that made Tennessee Waltz the gigantic hit it became. I learned of Patti's passing while on a cruise with my wife. It is ironic that i sent an encouraging note on the 28th of December and sailed away on the 29th. The news of her death brought back a flood of memories. I was 22 when she and I connected in Philadelphia. i have the test record she made of TW hanging on my wall with her picture and her note saying "Thanks Tommy for all the years" I was at the recording session with the Mercury records distributor who was selling Boogie Woogie Santa Claus as her next big hit. I strongly disagreed and took the test record with me and began laying it 4 times an hour on my show on WCAM. They told me it sold 25,000 copies in 10 days. That was Nov-Dec, 1950. i never was able to enjoy Patti's hit from my effort because Uncle Sam took me in Jan. 1951 to serve in Korea. She was my gal. I took her to a cocktail party for Frank Sinatra. Drove her at 1:30 in the morning from an engagement in Phila to NYC for her opening at the world famous Copacobana. She almost missed opening because the electric windows in my car went down and would not go up. It was 29 degrees and snowing during the entire trip. He voice left her temporarily. It was a close call. What memories. I'm 84 and going strong in Bal Harbour Florida. I'll dearly miss a sweet and wonderful friend...sleep well Patti and teach the angels to sing like you. Tommy Roberts
January 08, 2013
Patti was a special person,always a lady with a beautiful voice. Real class act. The best friend a song could ever have.We love you Patti.
Sandy and Phil Groh
January 08, 2013
May God Bless this family - She was given a Gift and I thank her for sharing it with everyone.
January 08, 2013
Here we go again? We are loosing all the great American Vocalists. When I heard Patti Page for the first time way back in l950 singing her great rendition of the Tennesse Waltz I knew right then and there that her voice was so beautiful to listen to. Sorry to say today you are not hearing that kind of talent. You have those screamers like Lady Ha Ha and Bruce Bedspring with back up bands that sound like pots and pans. Notice when you heard Patti sing you heard each and every note. She never had to scream and depend on loud amplification . Like the best of them. Anita O day June Christy Julie London Chris Connor she will always be remembered for her sweet loving girl next door sound. We love you Patti and you left America Music with a stamp of approval. She will be sadly missed by all her fans and especially by admirers of great American Music. And by the way each and every one of her songs has tested the time base. Good Music never dies it gets better with Age. Patti always had that unmistakeable sound. Love You Patti forever.
January 07, 2013
patti you will be missed condolences to your family ruby bond duncan
January 07, 2013
We have been so blessed to have enjoyed Patti and her beautiful music for so many years. Now she will keep busy singing with the Angels up in Heaven. We surely will miss ya, Patti.
January 07, 2013
"Tennessee Waltz" is an all-time favorite! First heard it when I was about 3 and never forgot it. Ms. Page was always a class act. God Bless.

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