Patricia Jane Cooke
July 21, 1937 – June 26, 2020
Patricia Jane Cooke was born on July 21, 1937 and passed away on June 26, 2020 and is under the care of Aycock Funeral Home.
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Patricia Jane Cooke
July 14, 2020
Patricia “Pat” Jane (Cavanaugh) Cooke Obituary
Jensen Beach, Florida – Patricia “Pat” Jane (Cavanaugh) Cooke was born July 21st, 1937 and peacefully passed away on June 26th, 2020 in her 82nd year. She is under the care of Aycock Funeral Home, Jensen Beach, Florida who will be assisting the Cooke Family with final arrangements.
Pat was the daughter of the late John “Pop” and Margaret “Marge” (Connelly) Cavanaugh. She was a loving wife and mother and will be joining her husband and first-born son, both named Thomas Cooke. Pat leaves her two other children, John (and wife Kerri) Cavan Cooke and Colleen Patricia (Cooke) Tierney. She will also be reuniting with her beloved sister Dorothy “Dot” Grace (Cavanaugh) Plant and Dot’s husband Ronald Plant. There are many other people she will be reuniting with that brought her great joy and she loved throughout her happy life.
Pat has six handsome grandsons and one beautiful granddaughter who will cherish the unforgettable memories they have of being with their grandma. She also had five nieces, four nephews, five great nieces, eleven great nephews, two great-great nieces and one great-great nephew.
Pat will be truly missed by friends and many families like the Plant, Connolly, Low, Briggs, Ley, Price, Cooke, Farina, Mott, and Lynch families not already mentioned.
Some of Pat’s happiest times were sitting pool side with both her mother Marge and sister Dot and all of the many other friends and family that would join them.
She was a proud member of the ancient order of the Hibernian Club in Massapequa. She was also an active participant in creating and collecting individual Christmas gifts to give to almost 100 mentally challenged adults for catholic charities. She looked forward to expediting this task yearly in celebrating Christmas in a positive way and to bring great joy to such deserving individuals.