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Patricia O'Keefe

Allouez, Wisconsin

1947 - 2017 (Age 69)

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O'Keefe, PatriciaPatricia (LeSage) O'Keefe, 69, a lifelong resident of Green Bay, WI, passed away Saturday, October 21, 2017, with close family and friends by her side after a yearlong battle with ovarian cancer. Pat was born November 26, 1947 to the late Harold and Lorraine (Neville) O'Keefe....

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My heart and thoughts go out to the O' Keefe family. I can't say I've ever met Pat but am a friend of her son Nick. She did a great job raising him as he is one of the most thoughtful and genuine humans walking this planet. Reading some of these condolences I can understand she was a 'wonderful' person as well. May she rest peacefully. -B. Dier

I always admired Pat as a young working mother, watching as she navigated those murky waters of the corporate world and while being a kind, classing, happy, loving woman. My heartfelt condolences Mary and family.

I had the honor of working with Pat for over 25 years as a vendor. Pat was honest, humble and an inspiration to work with. She taught me how to seek compromise for the greater good. Pat was a true Servant Leader. God Bless

So sad to see this news. I worked with Pat at the bank in the late 90s. She was such a classy lady who was admired and respected by everyone. I remember vividly her loving stories of her daughter and granddaughter. She definitely left a warm spot in my heart. May God give you strength to get through this time of grief.

To Rick and the family, so sorry the hear of Pat's death but we will always remember those wonderful days on the water. The week end trips to Door county, spending the nights on our boats, the many trips with our friends, never to be forgotten. Our prayers and thoughts are with you.

To Rick , Mollie, Nick: I was saddened to hear of Pat's passing. Although I only knew her from a distance, she obviously was a great person. Her legacy lives through her kids and grandchildren, and all of those she touched while on earth will be comforted knowing she is resting in God's hands. Please know that we are thinking of you and caring. You have our deepest condolences. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Dr. Dan Farah and Tamra

Am sorry for the families loss and will keep you in my prayers. God bless you all.

I was on Pat's team in the years before her retirement from Associated. She was a wonderful person, who loved her family very much and was very proud of them all. I learned gracious determination from Pat, which stays with me today. Blessings and peace to the family now and in the future.