KING, Patricia "Pat" Ann

Peacefully at Lakeridge Health Oshawa with family by her side on Sunday July 4th, 2021 at the age of 74.  Beloved wife of Lewis for 52 years.  Loving mom of Spencer and his wife Sharon Natalie (Jamie).  Loving Granny of Koreen (Shane), Robert and Jamie-Lynn.  Pat will be missed by extended family and friends especially those from Christ Memorial Church.  A Celebration of her life will take place at a later date.  Cremation arrangements entrusted to McINTOSH-ANDERSON-KELLAM FUNERAL HOME LTD., 152 King St. E., Oshawa (905-433-5558).  Donations in memory of Pat can be made to Christ Memorial Church.  

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  • Jul 7, 2021

    Lorraine Ostapowich
    Spencer I was so sorry to here of the passing of your mother. Sending prayer your way. 
  • Jul 7, 2021

    carol lyman
    Spencer,Sharon and family
    Our deepest condolences on the loss of your mother.
    Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family
    at this difficult time.XXOO
    Chris,Carol,Blaine Lyman
  • Jul 7, 2021

    Nancy Nowak-McCaffrey
    My deepest sympathy to all of you. 
    Pat, my dear friend, I will miss you so much and will carry the memory of our wonderful friendship forever. 
  • Jul 7, 2021

    Lesley and Chris Fletcher
    Thinking of you all at this very difficult time. We have very fond memories of your mom and she will be missed! Please let us know if we can do anything for you. 
  • Jul 7, 2021

    Stephanie Combden
    My heart is saddened by this news, she was such a lovely lady and touched many with her kindness and love. She will be missed beyond measure. My thoughts are with her family during this difficult time. I will truly miss her and the bright light she radiated. Thank you Patricia for the gift of knowing you, you brought many happy memories to my mind when l think of you! 
  • Jul 7, 2021

    Sharon and Frank
    We are so saddened to hear of our friend Pat.  She was the first one to say hi to me at Sears on my first day of work and we became friend's just like that.She was so caring and so funny and her laugh was contagious.  We enjoyed you and Lewis for weekend stayings at our cottage on Lake Muskoka  throughout the years. All the fun times at Santas Village  the drives we would go on just to get away meeting some of your Church friends  and even though we kept in touch touch through phone calls and FB we are sure glad we got to see you and Lewis 2 years ago  You wished me Happy Birthday in June we messaged each other last week and we always liked pics etc thar we put on FB..You will be missed by all and your love will live on in all of us  Lewis we will keep you in our thoughts.  And to Natalie and Spencer and her grandbabies and rest of family all our thoughts and prayers are with you.  Sending healing prayers and God and everyone up in the beautiful beyond  WATCH OUT here comes Pat  she will set you straight and you all will love this new Angel  Goodbye dear Friend Such a pleasure.
  • Jul 7, 2021

    Maryellen Keane
    Lewis, Spencer, Natalie and families, I am so very sorry to have learned of Patti’s passing.  I will always remember her as a kind, loving, and giving person.  The times we spent with our cousin will stay with me always as a wonderful memory.  Much love to all.
  • Jul 8, 2021

    Arlene and Brian Bill
    Our condolences to the family!
    So very sorry for you loss!
  • Jul 8, 2021

    Catherine O\'Reilly
    Our communication was less and less over time but we never forgot each other…..we spent our childhood together and we had some really good times and some unhappy times…..they were the times Aunt Kay, your mother would chase us (mostly me, haha) with the wooden spoon and when she caught us we would all laugh (well not always)…..I remember the times we would go into Rosedale and play in the leaves there……all day…There was the time I had Scarlet Fever (mild) and you had to stay home from school and we were jumping up and down on the couch and I fell back and broke the arm right off the couch, we had so many laughs in the different stores looking for a one arm slip cover for the couch….I think Aunt Kay laughed the loudest….. the times we would go to the York Theatre on a Saturday and we would always save 5 cents each and buy Aunt Kay some flowers….I remember how you loved liver OMG and Aunt Kay would make you liver and me steak and the times my dad would come and we’d all stand at attention….happy to see him come and happy to see him go and oh the Sundays we would skip church and meet Paul at the Randolph Restaurant and he would buy us chips and gravy and a coke and pass us the pamphlet to take home as proof we went to mass………oh yes Uncle Bill your dad would take us to the Marlie Games at the Gardens on a Sunday, we liked getting the hot dogs, popcorn and drinks…..that’s why we went, he also took us to the Wrestling matches on, I think Friday nights…..our first time there we were aghast to see our next door neighbour there……I forget her name……she was old ………and she did more screaming and yelling at the wrestlers and ref’s than anyone, we were in total shock…………and then we grow up and life changes…... but you have always been in my thoughts and will continue to be there…..Till we meet again!
  • Jul 8, 2021

    Linda and Gerry Ouellette
    Lewis, Spencer, Natalie and family our condolences.
    Pat and I go back 60 years plus as the years went on with marriage, children and as we got older we always kept in touch one way or another, Gerry’s Masonic dances, Facebook and you attended our 50th anniversary with Natalie it was such a joy seeing you and through all the years you were the sweetest person that I have known you were a very dear friend.  When we were growing up you use to come to my house to have tea and my grannie’s homemade cookies and you always spoke of that when we seen each other.  My dear friend you will always be in my heart and all the happy memories I have.  Love you my dearest friend and will miss you.
  • Jul 8, 2021

    Ron, Diane and Rebecca
    Our sincere condolences. We are thinking of you all and wishing you moments of peace and comfort during this time of sorrow. 
  • Jul 8, 2021

    Leah Fletcher
    Visiting Patty (and family) has always been a Christmas tradition for me, and it was the part of Christmas that I looked forward to the most. She was the sweetest, funniest lady I have ever met and I am thankful to have known her my entire life. She will be missed so much. Love; Lea-Dawn 
  • Jul 10, 2021

    Maureen McIntosh
    Spencer and Natalie, my sincere condolences to you all during this very sad time. Pat has been a great friend throughout our time at Sears, and life afterwards. Although we didn't get together often I will always remember the great laughs and good times we shared. She will be missed by so many. Pat will always hold a special place in my heart.
  • Jul 13, 2021

    Roxanne McKenna
    Pat was my kids godmother...she will forever be in our hearts,  Audrey, Oliver, Tristin and I love you Pat, RIP my friend. 
  • Jul 17, 2021

    Michelle Ouellette
    Natalie and Spencer my sincere condolences about your mom. She will be deeply missed.
  • Jul 22, 2021

    Wendy & Michael Kamstra
    Dear Natalie, Spencer, Jamie Lynn and Family 
    Michael and I are so sorry for your loss. Pat was so caring, always had a kind word and was just a genuinely nice person. I will miss seeing her at church.
    Wendy and Michael Kamstra 
  • Jul 24, 2021

    Dolcie and Esrick Quintyn
    Our sincere empathy to Lewis, Spencer, Natalie and grandchildren. Pat was
    a kind, caring and loving person. She loved the Lord. We pray that you find solace in knowing that Pat is gone to rest in the loving arms of God.

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