Doane Beal & Ames

160 West Main Street, Hyannis, MA


Patricia L. Lamothe

August 21, 1948June 5, 2020

W. BARNSTABLE- It’s with the heaviest of hearts that we share with you the passing of Patricia Louise Lamothe, Patty Lou, Nana, Nanny Pat, and Gagi to family and friends. Pat was born August 21, 1948, and she received her angel wings on June 5, 2020.

She leaves behind her husband Jay who cared for her with all his might, at their home in West Barnstable on Cape Cod where she wanted to be.

In addition to her Loving Husband, Gerald A. Lamothe Jr. (Jay), she also leaves behind her son Jeffrey Lamothe and her beautiful granddaughters Madison, Meredith and Molly; her daughter Jennifer and her husband Scott and grandchildren Connor & Griffin Root and Hunter and Mariah Choiniere.

Oh, and Frank The Tank too!

Pat was the daughter of the late Louis and Muriel Judd of Holyoke, Ma where she was born and raised before she and Jay moved to Cape Cod in 1974. Patty Lou was the oldest of all her siblings in her big Irish family. She leaves behind Louis John (Louie) Judd, Mary (Moey) Cabral, Eileen Bryant, Kathryn Hoar, Michael Judd, Bridget Judd Roy, and all of their spouses that she loved so much. She also leaves behind Judith and Michael Flaherty of Longmeadow, Ma.

Pat was predeceased by Muriel (Nuchie) Hennessey; and her son in law that she adored so much, David C. Root. Pat cherished all her nieces and nephews that she was gifted with from such a large family.

She loved working hard all week and enjoyed numerous years at Sandy Neck on long extended weekends. She and Jay were just at the beginning of their golden years, living in Fort Myers Beach, Florida during the Winter where they have many friends Pat just loved to be with.

Pat was loving, funny as the day is long, and beautiful! She was the salt of the earth to so many. Her strong Irish spirit helped her fight through what Alzheimer’s was trying to take away from her. Keep her close to your hearts forever as we will.

A celebration of Pat’s life will be held at a future date. To leave an online condolence, please visit www.doanebealameshyannis.com


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Patricia L. Lamothe

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July 1, 2020

Jay, Jeff & Jen
We were so sorry to hear of Pat's passing. What a wonderful lady, she will be dearly missed. Our thoughts & prayers.
Deb, Bert & family.

Jean Misner

June 13, 2020

I enjoyed her kind and carefree ways. She will always be in our thoughts. So sorry Jay!
Love, Jean and Bob

Jerry and Cat Judd

June 11, 2020

I have many good memories of all of us growing up in Holyoke. She will be missed by all the Judd family.

Mark Andrews

June 11, 2020

Sorry for your loss from Mark & Joyce Andrews

Marie Sheedy

June 9, 2020


Please accept my condolences. Patty will be missed.


Bob Griffin

June 9, 2020

I'm so sorry for your loss.
Pat's great big smile and infectious laughter is what I remember when I think of her!
My heartfelt condolences to you and your family.

Gary & Judy Getchell

June 9, 2020

There have been many highlights in our lives, and at or near the very top are the times that we got together during our children's school and college years ... Jay and Pat were a huge part of the fun we experienced over such a long time. Pat's passing has left the world one fewer person who brought love and humor to others over the years. Our sorrow is extended to Jay, Jeff, Jennifer, and the rest of her family. May the love of others help you all to cope with your loss.

Gisela Powers and Family

June 8, 2020

Condolences from the Powers family of El Paso Texas.

Matt Judd

June 8, 2020

Jay & Family, Our heartfelt condolences to you and all who were blessed to have Patty Lou be part of their lives. Her Irish eyes will always be smiling in our hearts. All our Love, Judy, Matt and the Shawmut Ave. Judds.

Bob Adams

June 7, 2020

Jay ,
Sorry to hear about Pat’s passing. You both had a great life together. Many Beers at Sandy Neck Beach on Weekends with your Camper and friends there .
Always remember the good times that you had . That will help you through this.
Bob Adams