OBITUARY

Lisa Jacqueline Patrick

28 June , 19513 June , 2019

PATRICK, Lisa J. – Passed away peacefully with family by her side at the Lakeridge Health Corporation – Oshawa on Monday June 3rd, 2019, in her 68th year. Dearly beloved wife of Terry for 47 years. Loving mother of Colin (Kellie), Stacey Grabowski (Dean) and Gary. Cherished nanny of Ariel & Isaac. Dear daughter of Hilda Anstey and the late Leonard. Survived by her sister Susan Anstey (Nick). Lisa will be remembered for her strength, humour, loyalty to her family and friends, and always being committed to all her endeavors. Thank you to the many medical professionals that assisted with her care. Family and friends are welcome to attend a Celebration of Life gathering at the family home on Sunday June 30th, 2019 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM. Arrangements entrusted to the Courtice Funeral Chapel, 1587 Highway #2, Courtice, ON (905-432-8484). In lieu of flowers, donations made to Trillium Gift of Life or the Lakeridge Health Foundation would be appreciated. Online condolences may be placed at www.courticefuneralchapel.com.

Services

30 June

Celebration of Life Gathering

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Family Home


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Lisa Jacqueline Patrick

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Andrew Evinou

14 June 2019

Rose and I were very sad to hear of the passing of Lisa.
Our heartfelt sympathies go out to you Terry and all your Family. Lisa was always cheerful, warm and upbeat anytime we met her, and I know she will be fondly remembered and greatly missed by all.
Our thoughts are with you.
Andy and Rose Evinou.

Brenda Patrick

11 June 2019

I first met Lisa my dear friend on our first day at Secondary School in the Uk aged 11 yrs. We became firm friends and partners in crime at school!We shared the same sense of humour/fun and sat together at our school desks whilst supposedly learning! We were the 2 on our school journeys who had to go round to the other children who were homesick to cheer them up.
We spent our misspent youth together and we were lucky enough to "court" brothers so eventually our friendship turned to family. Even when Lisa emigrated to Canada we continued over the many years to chat about family events and enjoy our nieces/nephews growing up. I too left the UK for another country, our home now in Spain but still the distance never stopped us.
I have so many happy memories of my "bestie" Lisa you are always in my heart mate and we send our love to Terry and family on their loss,
Brenda xxxx

Paul S

8 June 2019


What I will always remember about Lisa is that she was a strong matriarch who raised a caring and loving family with her husband Terry. Like my mother, Lisa was outnumbered by the number of males in the house. Yet, she always found a way; her guiding words and suggestions were always taken. Continuing in the Gosling line of strong intelligent women, her daughter Stacy.

As I am writing this, I can her Lisa's voice providing me a commentary. She will interrupt with... "Oh, here it goes... Here it goes."... drop in a bit of advice in hushed tones, a shared round of laughter, a stern look, followed with a, "No, I'm Serious."

My deepest condolences to the entire extended Patrick family, and indeed Sue and Aunt Hilda.

Love,
Paul and Dee

Judy Severs

7 June 2019

Gary, I want express my sympathy. You’ve been a wonderful friend of Jacquie for a long time and Paul and I always loved your visits to the cottage and then our house. I loved it when you’d pop into my wine store to chat. Losing your Mom is life altering, I miss my Mom every day. Your Mom raised you, a great man I’m pleased to call a friend. I wish you happy memories and peace. Love, Judy xo

Mark Simmons

7 June 2019

Lisa, I will dearly miss you, your humour, and your say it like it is mentality. Ever since I was a baby, you were part of my life, never missing a birthday, and showing your love for myself and my family.
I always looked forward to our get togethers, whether they be our silly mini putt golf tournaments, or our beach Olympics. You were always there with your blunt funny comments or your own competitive nature.
You will never be forgotten and will always be loved by myself and my family.
I’ll miss you Auntie Lisa ❤️
Love Mark, Erin, Benjamin, Kaia, and Willow

Wendy and Norman Simmons

7 June 2019

There were eight of us in the youngest gaggle of the Gostling grandkids; Len, Carol, David, Lesley, me ,Sue and Lisa. We spent so much time together when we were very young that we were more like siblings than cousins.
As the tiniest, her Dad nicknamed her "Titch" and that's what we all called her. At one of our (many) family gatherings, when she was about six, her Mum and Dad announced that she had something to say. She stood up and said, "My name is not "Titch", it is Lisa. Please call me Lisa". So, she has been Lisa ever since.
She has bravely battled so many health issues, and survived so many crises with grit and determination that it almost seemed that she would live for ever. That she no longer had the strength to survive one last time makes her passing so very shocking.
On Lisa's behalf, I want to thank her family for taking such good care of her, particularly, Terry and Sue. It was extremely hard on Sue to be half a world away when Lisa's final moments came. As a family, we are not at all religious, but a couple of days after Lisa's death, we found ourselves in a tiny, chapel in St Elias' Monastery at the highest point on the beautiful island of Santorini and it seemed appropriate to spend a few moments in quiet reflection and light candles in Lisa's memory.
Our deepest sympathy to all of you. Lisa, you are missed.

Jacquie Severs

6 June 2019

My sincere condolences to the whole Patrick family. I won't mince words: this sucks. When I remember Lisa, I will think of her sarcasm, her witty tone of voice, and her laughter. My love to you all. xo

Carol & Charlie Kennedy

6 June 2019

What can we say about our history with the Patrick’s and The Anstey families. First time we met Lisa was in the Summer of 1983 when we bought our first home on Delmark Court in Oshawa. We were only browsing around the building site and Lisa, Terry and Colin, Stacey and Gary were also looking for a home for Hilda & Len to buy as they had emigrated from the UK at the age of 65 years young. I thought how nice it would be for us and our little family to be neighbours with these fine folks. And so we signed on the dotted line and here we sits, all these years on, still neighbours. Lisa Patrick was one of the bravest people we have ever known . She was a beautiful human being inside and out and I am proud to say that she was my friend . Rest well Lisa. We will never forget you or the battles you fought and won. Deepest Condolences to you Terry, Colin, Kellie, Stacey, Dean and Gary. And to Hilda and Sue we send all our love during this difficult time.

Dave & Family Savor

6 June 2019

Our deepest sympathies for your great loss. We are always here for you if you need anything. Sending our thoughts, love & prayers to you & all your family.

Beau Bomberry

6 June 2019

Even though Gary and I were horribly bad influences on each other Lisa always made me feel like family and made sure there was always a seat at her table for me or anyone else.
They say "It takes a village" and Lisa Partick was definitely a large part of mine, playing her part in shaping who I am today.
My sinscere condolences to all family and friends for their loss. There is no shortage of those who benefited from having Lisa's life affect theirs.