T. Little Funeral Home & Cremation Centre

223 Main Street, Cambridge, ON


Meredith Anne Patrick

May 19, 1979May 17, 2020

Suddenly, on May 17, 2020 at Cambridge Memorial Hospital in her 41st year.

Meredith will be missed by her family, she was a loving mother to Kylie and Madison, sister to Allison and Stew Gerber of Alberta, devoted Aunt to Wyatt and Arizona.

Meredith was born in Burlington, Ontario on May 19, 1979. She was predeceased by her parents, Judy and Bob Patrick. She will be missed by many extended family members and friends.

Meredith was a loving person who cared deeply for everyone she knew. She adored her children, animals, spending time with friends and tending to her gardens. Meredith was known for her smile and knew how to brighten anyone’s day. We will cherish our memories of our dear mother, sister and aunt, as she will be missed, and will remain forever in our hearts.

A memorial will be held at a later date. Condolences, and memories may be shared at www.T.LittleFuneralHome.com . In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Cambridge Humane Society.


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Paulette Walker

May 27, 2020

I first met Meredith when my daughter attended a group she organized for young ladies. Her goal was to empower them with positivity, self love, pride and healthy habits. I admired your patience and kindness. My daughter and I feel blessed that we had a chance to know you. May you rest in peace.

Julie Coleman

May 25, 2020

Meredith, you were obviously sent to this earth to be the strength and support for so many others. I met you at Nipissing University, fresh out of high school, and myself, 9 hours away from home. My roommate went to high school with you and that is how we were introduced. I had no classes with you but instantly liked you when I met you. You were easy to talk to and so down-to-earth. You could be very straight-forward and that was nice, I knew if I asked you for advice you would tell it like it is. We bonded quick and spent a lot of our free time hanging out, going to Harvey's for supper or ordering in pizza, procrastinating school work (maybe). We were supposed to get an apartment together the next year but both of our lives headed separate directions and we never went back to Nipissing. You went on from there to have an amazing career that allowed you to travel the world, meet so many people and see so many places.

We lost touch for awhile but you looked me up and flew to Manitoba to come see me and treat me to some much- needed friend-time. Every time we ever went out to eat from then on you would force me to try a food that I never tried before. I am pretty sure you thought I was a little sheltered. I never saw the world the way you did! So potstickers, lobster pizza, Trout in a bag... those are all because of you.

Fast-forward many years, we moved back to Ontario and you always made sure to look me up when you were headed to my town. You allowed my children and I to become a part of your beautiful daughter's life. You weekend adopted my daughter on occasions to have awesome weekends with you and your daughter going to Blue Jays games and other adventures.

I will always remember you as being humble and kind. Never asking but always giving. You gave me the joy of having you as an amazing friend for 22 years. For that I will always be grateful.

RIP Mer, Forever in my Heart.

Heather Richardson

May 25, 2020

I have been having a hard time knowing what to say. My first visitor this morning was a little cardinal taking a bath in the kids pool. Birds...they had significance to you and the kids. In that same way birds pop in and out of our view, stop and nest for a while, share their song for a bit or travel around in nature and see the world, you did that with your life. You touched so many people's lives in various ways being there for a reason, a season or a lifetime.
May your family and girls be comforted and supported during their time of mourning. May they find happy tears and laughter through hearing the many stories people share about Meredith and by recounting their own experiences.
Rest in peace my friend
Thank you for being a sounding board, for dreaming with me and sharing your dreams, and for all the support with my kids. I am so thankful to have been part of your life and that of your kids.

Travel freely and visit often my friend.

Kevin Marcos

May 20, 2020

I would like to express my condolences to Meredith's family and friends. Meredith was a kind and loving person who had a great impact on my brother and our family. When my family faced difficult times, she was there to support us. Her empathy, calmness and positive attitude helped us during our challenging moments. May God Rest Her Soul. I will keep her in my prayers!
I am saddened to know that she left behind a beautiful daughter and was in the process of helping another child. No child deserves to experience such as loss. I pray that God will protect them always! I also pray that God gives her family strength during this time. Please do not hesitate to reach out should you need any help and/or support.
Kevin Marcos (kevin.marcos@gmail.com)


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