Patricia Jean Attaway Lillich

January 27, 1941September 6, 2018

Patricia Attaway Lillich, 77, went to be with our Lord and Savior September 6, 2018 in Montgomery, Texas.

She had a love for doing God's work, for life and travel. She was a bright light to anyone who knew or met her.

She leaves behind her sister Carol Noyes. Son's Joe and Brad and his wife Stacy. Her daughter Leslie and husband Matthew. And a forever love for her grandchildren Tabitha, Kristen, Lauren and Emily Joe along with her great granddaughter Millie.

Graveside services will be held at 10:30 AM on Saturday, September 15, 2018 at Macedonia Cemetery located at 26000 Springer Cemetery Road, Hockley, Texas 77447.

In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that donations be made to the Alzheimer's Organization to help with research in finding a cure for a disease that no individual or family should have to endure.


  • Visitation with Family and Friends Friday, September 14, 2018

Patricia Jean Attaway Lillich

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Judy Brackman Rice

September 19, 2018

Through Facebook I learned of Mrs. Lillich's passing. Just had to say how sad I was and how much I loved her. I went to McCullough High School and worked in her office. I dated and cared for her Son Joe very much. Joe was my first real boyfriend and was always very sweet to me. Mrs. Lillich was so good to me as well and made me feel special. I know she was that way with everyone and that was her real Beauty!

I just had some girlfriends over back in August to my place and I had made cupcakes. It was Pat's recipe she gave me when I was a Jr. in school. I think of her every time I make her cake! My Family and Friends in Virginia Beach have enjoyed her Pineapple Cake and the amazing Cool Whip frosting for 39 years!!!

Prayers to Joe and all your Loved ones...

Angie Burnham

September 12, 2018

I met Pat when she was stranded in Atlanta during the Olympics. Pat, Ms Sharon and the girls came home with me. It was the start of a wonderful friendship. She came back and visited several times going with me to the NASCAR races. I visited several times with her in Texas. Rest In Peace Pat!