OBITUARY

Patricia S. Comeau-Shook

April 13, 1937January 5, 2019

Patricia S. Comeau-Shook was born on April 13, 1937 and passed away on January 5, 2019

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Memorial Service Saturday, January 12, 2019

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Private Inurnment
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Patricia S. Comeau-Shook

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Karen Ali Malik

January 12, 2019

I was very sad to hear of my favorite Auntie Pat's passing. I will always have very fond memories of her. My mom was one of her sisters. There were 4 girls in their family. When I was little we would visit our Auntie Pat, Uncle Frenchie and their 5 children. Then after some time, I got married and had children of my own and would visit them in Fort Klamath, Oregon. I always enjoyed my visits with them. My Auntie was a very special person that never forgot to send a Christmas card or a Birthday card. Even though she was sick or not, I always received the cards. My Birthday is the 6th of January. I went to the Post Office on Monday, the 7th to pick up the mail, and much to my surprise, my Birthday card was there, dated 2 Jan, 2019. I know in my heart she loved me. She was like a mom to me. My mom had passed December 4, 1986. I would call my Auntie Pat and she sounded just like my mom. I will really miss her dearly. She is with her sisters now, and I know that she will be in Heaven together with her family and friends without pain, or suffering, watching over all of us. I love her with all my heart.

Gary Comeau

January 12, 2019

So sorry to hear of Aunt Pat’s passing. She was a lovely person with a very kind heart. Our condolences to all of her family.

Claudia Adams

January 11, 2019

Words can not express the sadness after Hearing of Pats Passing she will never be forgotten, I usually seen her once a month got to know here very well, we have build a bond and a Friendship.

She was always in good spirit and Happy. I am sure she will Party in Heaven. I truly Believe in Live after Death, she will always be around her Children and watch over them. Thoughts and Prayers will be with you of your time of sadness .
Claudia

Theresa Anne Irwinsky #1003

January 11, 2019

Dear Sweet Pat...I miss you already..I have k own you since I moved to the Towers, but in that short few years you were,always smiling and showed love and gentleness from your heart..May Jesus hold You and your Family in HIS arms and take all pain from your hearts..May the memories outweigh the loss, if that's possible..I know you are now with God and your other loved ones...Pat was always kind to me and everyone she met, even when she was sick...She always took your hand or hugged you and made you feel a part of her family and you knew you were loved..She was like your Momma, your Grandma, your best Friend...like someone from the farm where I grew up with...You will forever be alive, if only in my heart, every time I think of you here at our home in the Pikes Peak Towers...I am sure You were welcomed with the Father God's open arms and now you are healed and One!..I Love You, You will missed every day♡♡ Sincerely, Theresa & JennaMae
We will watch over Ben for you, we love him, he reminds us of you every day!♡♡

Becky Reeder

January 9, 2019

Auntie Pat and Uncle Frenchy used to come to my house with their 5 kids when we were all young and they would play cards while us kids played. She was like a 2nd mom to me. I've know and loved her for 50 years and I will miss her terribly. But I know I'll see her again and we'll sit down and play some pinochle.

Linda Munson

January 9, 2019

Pat, and my Mom Dora Carver and daughter in law Petra Munson and I used to go regularly to breakfast at Wade's Cafe. It was a tradition and we always had such a good time visiting with each other and giggling like school girls. It was a really fun time together and I miss it. Pat had such a great sense of humor! I will cherish those memories.

She also was a really strong Christian who often shared her faith and encouraged us in our walk with the Lord. I am glad for her that she is now enjoying her Lord!

When my Mother died, Pat knew how I was hurting and immediately offered to be my "substitute Mom". She was such a loving person who always thought of others before herself. She will be missed for sure!!!

FROM THE FAMILY