OBITUARY

Patricia S. Platts

March 1, 1926May 24, 2018

Patricia S. Platts, 92, of Clinton, beloved wife of the late Nelson "Mike" Platts, passed away Thursday May 24, 2018 at Middlesex Health Care in Middletown. Born in New Bedford, MA on March 1, 1926, she was the daughter of Granville and Charlotte Walker Strange. Patricia graduated from Framingham State Teachers College with a Bachelor's of Science in Education. She moved to Clinton where she became a volleyball coach and Home Economics teacher at The Morgan School. She was also the owner of the former Glenwood Market in Clinton. She was a member of the Clinton Country Club and the Clinton Bowling League.

Patricia is survived by four sons; Michael S. Platts of East Lyme, Steven W. Platts of Manchester, VT Jeffrey G. Platts of Crofton, MD and Richard I. Platts of Clinton. Two step-sons; Nelson W. Platts Jr. of Niantic and Kurt W. Platts of OR. Also survived by many grand and great grandchildren. Besides her husband Nelson, she was predeceased by her brother Kenneth W. Strange and sister Audrey J. McNiece. A graveside service will take place on Friday, June 22nd, 2018 at 3:00 pm at the Beaverbrook Cemetery, Old Post Rd in Clinton.

Services

  • Graveside Service Friday, June 22, 2018
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Kenneth Saxton

June 14, 2018

Pat was such a great golfer ! We played along with Mike @ Clinton Country Club. I hope that there is a golf course in heaven and she's 3 under par .

Barbara Chapman

June 1, 2018

Mrs. Platts was like a second mom to me. She taught me to sew and she watched over my sister and me as we made the trek between her house and ours. I spent countless hours at her house playing with "the boys" and she always had Kool-Aid on hand when we got tired and thirsty. In her later years, Mrs. Platts was a great friend and companion for my mom, Gloria Dunlap.... doing puzzles or playing Scrabble. She will be missed. Thanks for everything, Mrs. Platts.

FROM THE FAMILY