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Patricia Ann (Godfrey) D'Angona Obituary
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July 17, 2018

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May 11, 2014
Thinking of you on Mother's Day, Mom. Hoping your smiling down on us and shaking those infamous bazazzas. Missing you more and more as the years go by.
July 7, 2008
I'm not very religious but I wrote this prayer for my mother and it was read as part of her graveside services:

Lord, we want to praise and thank You for the precious gift of our beloved mother, Patricia.

Words fail us as we try to express our heart-felt gratitude for giving us such a wonderfully complex woman who meant so much to us, a woman who refused to succumb to life’s challenges without a fight and who was truly an inspiration to all who knew her story. She struggled with demons her whole life but found the best way to beat them back was with a great sense of humor and the knowledge that despite everything, family matters most; she was a daily reminder to us that nothing is perfect; that the time we have to share with loved ones is fleeting so it should be treasured ; and no matter how you try to avoid bad situations they happen. She was not much of a cook, it’s true, but she sure made a mean lemonade from all those lemons life sent her way. Not a traditional housewife , her salty tongue and passionate tirades were legendary, but what many may not know was the extent of her empathy and grace. I learned from her that friends walk in when everyone else walks out - In hindsight, I realize that she was probably one of the best friends I ever had.

Thank you Lord for giving Mimi the strength to transcend her biases, to open her heart to the diversity of life and to defend her family’s right to love freely and openly. We take great comfort in knowing that her spirit will remain with us through our memories long after we bury her ashes this morning.

Lord, we are going to miss her very much. Her crazy shenanigans, her expressions like “bazazzas”, & “swaz-on-day-goo” and her perfectly drawn eyebrows kept us laughing but it will be her absolute devotion to us, her encouragement and her willingness to jump in without a net that we will miss most of all. She left her footprints on our hearts and we know that we will never, ever, be the same without her in our lives.

Thank you Lord Jesus, that Mom is now home with You, Thank you for reuniting her with our father, Peter, her brother Frankie, and all her loved ones and friends who passed before her. Thank you for welcoming her to heaven where she can be free of pain and the fears that haunted her on earth.

As we say farewell to our mother, grandmother, and sister, we do so with sorrow and with joy: sorrow that she is no longer with us, but with fullness of joy knowing that she is with You forever. We say goodbye for now, with fond remembrance of one who delivered us into this world, who set the bar high for us and never let her circumstances get the best of her.

We are looking forward to that day when we will see our loved ones again around Your throne joining our voices with theirs and those from every tribe and tongue and nation saying, worthy, worthy, worthy is the Lamb that was slain to receive honor and glory and Your blessing.

In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, Amen.
May 19, 2008
Rick and family,
Your mom reminded me so much of my mother in law and her good friend Shirley Bascetta. They had the same personality and spunk. Shirley always had the most comical stories of her escapades with Pat in Windsor Locks where they were neighbors and at the beach. I miss her so much but the memories are forever and now these two ladies will be together again. God bless your family,
Karen Jannelle
May 15, 2008
I remember Pat from when I was a kid. What a wonderful, fun woman to be around. I remember her bowling techniques. My parents, Vincent and Anita Musco, were lucky to have Pat and Pete as friends. God bless you all. You're in my thoughts and prayers.