Patti Page

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Tennessee Waltz was my favorite. You had a lovely soulful voice.

PATTI sung songs that were recognizable all over the world. She had that beautiful voice and as soon as anyone heard her vocals folks became her FANS....WHAT A TALENT...PRAYERS & BLESSINGS..RIH

Patti. what a legend and a legacy; both professionally and personally.
God bless

I had to come back here cause I miss you so much grandma. I love you. Just keep watching over me please grandma cause I can hear ur voice telling me don't do it or go the other way.

Thank you for all the beautiful memories.. When we went to Cape Cod, I thought of you singing the song Old Cape Cod, when we went to Tennessee, I thought of you singing the Tennessee Waltz... I loved all the songs you sang. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family..

pattie growing up during the 50's you were the best

Patti, you had the most beautiful voice of all the singers in your era. I especially loved "Old Cape Cod". You were sitting directly behind me one year at midnight mass on Christmas Eve. I kept hearing this beautiful voice when we were singing the carols but, I was so engrossed (during the peace segment) with shaking hands with my neighbors in the row in front of me, that I didn't turn around to shake your hand. It wasn't until the next day that my neighbor told me who was...

To all the family of Mrs. Page you have my deepest sympathy for your loss. I grew up listing to the songs mentioned. That was a time when music was good and innocent. Mrs. Page will always be remembered for introducing them to the world. May the family remember all of the fun memories. Please rely upon the comfort that only God can give.

A note to Michael Fowler... Michael, I am sorry to hear about the death of your Aunt. I just found out about it in Time Magazine's Year in Review. I haven't spoken to you since 1961 in the library at McClure Elementary School, just before moving to southern California - and hope your life has been a good one! Drop me a line at
Leeda Garrison Johnson


Patti's Obituary

Sang 'Tennessee Waltz,' 'Doggie in the Window' NASHVILLE, Tenn. Unforgettable songs including "Tennessee Waltz" and "(How Much Is That) Doggie in the Window?" made Patti Page the best-selling female singer of the 1950s and a star who would spend much of the rest of her life...

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