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Patricia Oliver

Ridge, New York


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O. B. Davis Funeral Homes Obituary

Oliver, Patricia on January 21, 2015 of Ridge, N.Y. Beloved wife of the late Kenneth. Loving sister of Eileen Stanzoni, Mary Slayback and the late John J. Fox. Patricia is also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, grand nieces and nephews. Reposing at the O.B. Davis Funeral Homes, 1001 Rt....

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I will miss you & your beautiful smile my dear friend. What a truly lovely women you were. May God hold you in the palm of his loving hands. You are among the Angels now ~~~~love, Juliann

Pat is one of the most kindest women I have met. I loved her spirit! She loved to decorate her home for each & every Holiday! She was the most wonderful neighbor anyone could want. We will always think of when she called my Granddaughter "monkey Face"! Eleven years later & we still smile when we talk of it! I am going to miss her terribly! It will never be the same Home here, without her. Rest In Peace my dear Pat? ~~ Juliann

I have nothing but beautiful memories of aunt Patsy. I'll never forget her smile... her dancing. ... and how she used to tell us not to tell our dad when she snuck us a dollar!

As a lad of 8 at her wedding in 1960, I knew very little about my Aunt Patsy. I learned quickly that she was loved dearly by the Oliver family, and especially so by Uncle Ken, my godfather. Their devout marriage, closeness, and happiness together as friends and partners are things I will always admire. Her smile, laughter, and voice are in my heart and mind forever. My condolences to the Fox family and all friends.

Patricia Ann "Box" we had the best times together you were so good .. you made the rest of us look like devils. I will always miss you. Love your cousin Madeline.
Madeline Nemeth (Mastic, NY)

Aunt Patsy was the best, and a great confidante to my mom (my Uncle Kenny's sister). I was just thinking about her the other day when I was at Grand Central and all the years she spent at the Pan Am building; I'll always think of her when I hear "New York, New York." She will be missed.

Pat was my Mom's (Sis Carley Hansen) friend since the school days at St. Aloysius and the Cadet Corp there. They had another friend Claire Decker Stubs. All three were good friends. Now they are all together again. Pat always made me feel special and beautiful. My deepest sympathy to Eileen and Mary and entire family. God give you peace and comfort now and in the days ahead. Your sister will always be in your heart.

What an amazing lady! Always a smile, something nice to say and always made you feel special when she spoke to you. You made the world a better place.......

Dear Patsy:
You will always be remembered for your kind and thoughtful ways. You seemed to always see the beauty and the best in everyone and everything. As Alicia said who else is going to tell us we're beautiful?
God Bless You.....