Patricia Martin

Mohnton, Pennsylvania

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Dear Tim, Brad, Toni and Ellen,
I remember Pat so well from our days at Holy Angels and Madonna. She was so sweet and beautiful. I remember my brother Bob thought so too.
I will pray for all of you and Pat's family. May God bless all of you and help you in your sadness

Melissa and family,
Loosing your Mom and Grandma is very difficult. Keep the great memories, that you have shared over the years, close and celebrate her life. Those special memories will help you through the days and nights.

I join you all in your grief. Pat was a wonderful friend.

To Pat's family - We will always remember fun times with Pat and Jim (cousin) when they lived in Aurora. We will hold the family in our hearts, along with wonderful memories. The world seems less like home without them, and heaven must be a bit brighter. With Love, Nancy and Bill Thompson

Dear Toni, Ellen, Tim and Brad.
I recall, over the years, hearing many great things said of Pat, from people proud to be her friend. She must have been quite a gal ... should be comforting knowing that she's up there working in your corner. Please accept our condolences and prayers.
Jane and John McEnroe

To the Martin Family,
Pat was a wonderful woman and always a delight and honor to be with.She always shared her beautiful smile and unique wisdom in every delightful conversation. There will only be wonderful memories when Pat Martin is remembered. After all, those are the only memories one can have of her. She shall always remain in our hearts...
With Love, always.

Dear Tim and Pat-
I was so sorry to hear about the loss of your sister, Pat. Dina in NYC, forwarded the information on to me. In loving memory to a wonderful person, neighbor and friend.

Dear Jim, Missy, Jennie & Geoff -
I so enjoyed getting to know your mother when living on Sunset Ave. Pat was always a delight to be around. I remember our Cub Scout Days! I hope you are all doing well and my heart goes out to you for your loss.

To Pat's family: my memories of Pat go back to the 1940's when we were classmates at Holy Angels. Pat was loved by all and I'm sure God will welcome her into his kingdom.


Patricia's Obituaries

Martin, Patricia White Age 81, formerly of Aurora, died unexpectedly in her home in Pittsburgh. She was preceded in death by her parents, Sylvia and Tom White of Aurora; her husband of 43 years, James Martin; and her younger sister, Ursula Riddle (Bob) of Colorado. Her survivors include her four...

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