New Windsor, Maryland

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You added so much life to a home-- I have never seen anyone who could take nothing and make it great-- So I hope in heaven you enjoy all the riches that you so deserve. Please rest in peace and know you will be missed--a lot-- Love Ya Auntie Alice--

RIP Patsy

Patsy, you were the strongest person I've ever known. Most of my fond memories growing up have you in them. I would give anything to go back to when we were stupid kids messing up and having fun for one day. You were always taking care of me then, it's no wonder you were such an exceptional mother to your three beautiful children. I love and miss you so much and I'll make sure Alex knows how great you were, even if some of our stories might have to wait until he's like, twenty. I love you so...

I still remember that time the summer after fifth grade when we all went to swim at the Hillsborough River State park, then we all sang in the car and went to the cemetery by her house. We went back forever. She was a very special person and I'll never forget her. May God be with all of you and keep you.

Patsy, definitely a loss to this world! Catch you on the other side!

You were the greatest friend someone could have, I was truly blessed to have know you! I'm glad I had the time with you that I did!

Everyone that ever knew you was truly blessed. Thank you for your friendship and inspiration. Rest in Peace Dear Friend.

Patsy, you have been such a good friend since middle school. I am lucky for the time I spent with you and I will remember them always. From the dead cow on our river hike to our SVU nights with Margaritas... we always had fun. My heart goes out to your family especially David and the kids. God bless you Patsy and thank you for everything

You truly are a sweet girl, friend, wife and mother to 3 wonderful kids. You are going to be missed. Rest in peace.


Patsy's Obituary

COWLEY, Patsy J., 30, passed away Sunday, the 18th of November, 2012. She is survived by her husband, David; sons, Dorian and Domnic; daughter, Arianna; mother, Judy Holder of Bushnell; and two sisters, Keri Miner of Brooksville and Christie Holder of Dade City. She was a wonderful wife and...

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