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Craig Flagler Palms Funeral Home & Flagler Memorial Gardens

511 Old Kings Road South, Flagler Beach, FL

OBITUARY

Patricia N Cook

June 7, 1949May 19, 2020

Memorial services celebrating the life of Patricia N. Cook 70 of Palm Coast will be held in the chapel of Craig-Flagler Palms Funeral Home, 511 Old Kings Road S. Flagler Beach with Father Jim May officiating. Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic Restrictions, the service is private and by invitation only. Mrs. Cook, a resident of Palm Coast for the past 15 years coming from Baldwinsville NY, passed away on Tuesday, May 19 2020 in Market Street Memory Care. She was born on June 7, 1949 in Saranac Lake NY a daughter of the late Rodger and Sally Isabel Van Cour Bouck Jr. A retired first grade elementary school teacher, Mrs. Cook enjoyed golfing, kayaking, hiking, biking, gardening and cooking. She is survived by her husband of 47 years, George V. Cook, two sons, Bryan Cook and his wife Julia of Boulder CO and Matthew Cook and his wife Jocena of Baldwinsville NY and four grandchildren, Jackson, Reagan, George and Lucy. The family suggests memorial contributions to the Alzheimer’s Association in memory of Mrs. Cook. Arrangements are in the care and trust of Craig-Flagler Palms Funeral Home.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, Due to the Covid 19 Pandemic The Service is private by invitation only.

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Linda Mahran

May 27, 2020

Our condolences to George and the entire family. We will miss Pat's smiling face and fun stories. She was a wonderful friend to all of us.
Linda Mahran and Jim Kennard

Mary Loffredo

May 26, 2020

Pat was one of my favorite friends. Always upbeat, funny, loving and thoughtful. I’m going to miss her. I’m sure she is in heaven with her loving family Grandparents, Mom, Dad and Sister. I hope heaven enjoys her as much as I did!

Joane DeMarco

May 26, 2020

Pat was one of the "49ers". She was always fun to play golf with.
Will remember her talking about new recipes and cooking for George. Ice cream was always a big treat. She was the only person I knew that could sign. I always thought that was great.
Rest in Peace Pat. You are missed. Joane D

Mary Loffredo

May 25, 2020

Pat was a special friend. Always upbeat, funny, loving and thoughtful. I’m going to miss my friend! I’m sure she is in heaven with her loving family. Playing golf, gardening, biking and cooking. There aren’t many like her.

Mike and Anne Connolly

May 25, 2020

George, Matt and Brian and families,

So very sad to learn of Pats passing...we will always remember her as friendly and kind....our deepest condolences.

Sincerely,

Mike and Anne Connolly and family.

Ken Cook

May 23, 2020

Our love and prayers are with Uncle George, Cousins Bryan and Matthew and their families. Aunt Pat was a beautiful light in the world, and we will always remember her grace, loving kindness and generous heart.

With love,
Ken, Becky and family

Dotty Reid

May 23, 2020

My husband Fran and I first met Pat through St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church in Baldwinsville, then I had the privilege of working with her at Van Buren Elementary School. Her endless energy, genuine compassion, and relentless pursuit of the silver lining no matter what the situation, was nothing short of heroic. She will continue to be an inspiration to many, and will live on in the hearts of all whose lives she touched.

Linda Mullin

May 22, 2020

My deepest condolences to George, Brian and Matthew. I was Brian’s fourth grade teacher and worked with Pat at Van Buren. We also were in a Bunco group for many years. She was a kind and caring teacher as well as a forward thinker in connecting our students with older citizens in our community. She developed a program to allow every grade level at Van Buren to share each month their talents with the clients in our local nursing home. It was privilege to work with her and be influenced by her positive attitude.
Linda Mullin

Cindy Wells

May 22, 2020

George and the boys,
So, so sorry to hear about Pat.
I just remember the good times we had at VanBuren school: parties, a school that was a family.
I remember meeting a Pat’s parents at your apartment in Village Green.
I remember driving into a ditch leaving your house on 31 in the winter!
I remember Pat’s smile and good conversations with her!

Bonnie Blanchard

May 22, 2020

I remember Pat and George from our days at Village Green and as first grade teachers in Baldwinsville. Always smiling and laughing , Pat was a joy to be around. She shared some favorite recipes with me , as I was not a very good cook when I was first married. I am saddened to hear she had Alzheimer’s. Fly high, Pat, soar with the angels. My deepest condolences to George and her family.

FROM THE FAMILY

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