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July 17, 2018

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April 29, 2017
I enjoyed working with Patty. She was fun had her times. But regardless of that. We did share some great times together. Such as special Olympics. Patty's first plane ride. Also her bear going on a ride with my remote control truck. She just laughed with that. Patty also helped me grow as I was just 18 when I met her.
She always called me not by my name. But you would know who she was talking about.
From Raymond Perkins
April 18, 2017
My condolences to the family. I enjoyed being patties Service Coordinator for the 10 years I worked worked with her
April 18, 2017
Patti entered Heaven on Easter, the greatest of Christian holidays. She was a girl without a lot of speech, but she made her wishes known. When I called her, she would say things like "beach", "shopping", or "airplane". She knew I had to come on an airplane and would take her where she wanted to go. She sometimes stayed with me in a hotel. Patti's care was entrusted to us as children and I like to think we took that responsibility seriously. We all loved our Patti and our hearts will hurt forever for her loss, but we can look at a picture of her and smile. Patti taught our children that people with special needs can have a happy, active life. It made it much easier for my daughter who had a special needs child as she knew there would be love and acceptance and happiness. I thank God for every day we had with our Patti. We were the blessed ones.