Patricia Ann Wong

Durango, Colorado


December 1, 2019
Durango, Colorado
American Cancer Society


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Patricia Ann Wong passed early morning Sunday December 1, 2019 holding the hand of her husband, Willie, in their home in Acton, Massachusetts. Her sons, Jeff and JR were also by her side She was 64 years old.Pat was born in Durango, Colorado to Dominic and Jane Ornella and attended Durango Public...

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So sorry to hear this news. My thoughts really are with her family at this time.

I'm saddened and shocked.
I am blessed to have known you.
Rest in Peace Pat.
You'll be missed.

She was my favorite cousin and a very special lady. We enjoyed talking to one another. She will be missed by so many people. I am sorry that I could not be there for the family. I loved Pete.

MaryAlice Denaro

Our prayers go out to JR, Jeffrey, and the Starns, Wong, and Ornella families. I was fortunate to be able to work with Pat at Miller for many years and she was a great support and friend. She laughed at all my jokes and always kept me up to date regarding her sons, whom she was very proud of. Pat worked hard for the benefit of her students, advocating for the best possible conditions and resources while being flexible and positive. She reveled in their success. Pat will be missed by all...

My mind is swirling with memories of our time in high school. Pete, Anne Halley, and I spent so much time together. I recall the endless hours dragging main. We went to the Four Seasons on the weekends and told our parents we were going bowling. We should have been pro bowlers. The band trips, sleepovers, etc. I truly loved her. Sorry we didn't keep in touch more.
God Bless Mary (Lloyd) Webster

I was so sad to hear the news about Pete! My condolences to her family. My memories of Pete were as childhood friends. Her parents, Jane and Nick, were in a bridge group with my parents, Jim and Dorothy Gore, Ruth and Phil Parkinson, and the Hiners. We spent a lot of time together in those days. Favorite memories of going to Ouray where our parents played bridge and we hung out at the pool. Also, of Jane sitting down at a honky tonk piano and singing "Frankie and Johnie". I have...

The McCoy family sends our condolences for the loss of Pat Pete . May she rest in the arms of the Lord forever . Duane , Dennis and Darrel McCoy

It was a profound sadness when we heard of Pat's passing. Our sincerest condolences to Nick, Willie, J.R., Jeffrey and family on their loss. The camaraderie, quick wit and and total sense of compassion we knew as fellow Durango natives, colleagues, educational teammates, and most of all, true friends will be greatly missed. Rest in Peace, Pete.

RIP, from Roy and Suzy Horvath