Patricia Chaney

10 Condolences

10 Condolences

  1. David, I am saddened by your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family. I hope memories of happy times together will always be with you.

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  2. Our love to you, David, from Reg. Joyce and family.

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  3. Our thoughts and prayers are with Patty and her family in the coming days. We were very fortunate to have been able to get together at the Italian re-union of our family several years back. It was always one of the highlights of our vacations to Norfolk, was to visit with Uncle Fanny, Aunt Louise and Mrs McCormick, along with cousins Linda, Patty and Debbie. We will be thinking of you all in this time of sorrow. Cousin Nick and Sally Peters in Indiana.

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  4. My heart and prayers go out to David and all of the Lamastra family. I was fortunate enough to know Patty many, many years ago. I remember how bubbly, happy and how she could light up a room with her presence. She will be missed.

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  5. Linda and Family,

    I was so sorry to learn of the passing of Patty. Losing a sister is one of life’s greatest sorrows. I remember Patty and
    her enthusiasm and friendly warmth. May it
    console you to know you are in the thoughts and prayers of others. Cherish the beautiful
    memories of Patty that you have. With deep
    sympathy, Joanne and Bob Battaglia

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  6. Patty was/is a force of nature. All who knew her would agree. She made things happen. She cared about people. From her cooking to her choice of David as her life partner you could taste and see her joy of life, sense her need and desire for the happiness of others, bask in her warmth and sunshine. David, we love you. We have always loved you. We are so grateful to Patty for bringing you into our lives. You are the sweetest and funniest guy we’ve ever known. And no one ever loved Patty more than you do. Patty will be remembered not only for herself, but for the connections she made with and for others. We will miss you, Patty. But we will meet again. And laugh together once more.

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  7. Rest in Peace my dear friend.

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  8. We are deeply saddened by loss of our cousin Patty. Though we haven’t seen each other in years, we did have a lot of times together in our younger years. Much too young to depart. Family always

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  9. Patty and I met when we were about 20 years old. She loved life and knew the real meaning of friendship. I will forever be grateful to have known her.

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  10. Prayers for your husband, David. Patty, you will be missed. We haven’t talked in awhile, but you always brightened my day with our conversations! You were so giving to everyone and I know that I treasure the angels that you sent me. I will think of you every Christmas as I hang them on my tree, my friend. Rest in peace Sweetie.
    Love, Julie

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