Patricia Jane Stanton
October 10, 1940 – February 7, 2019
Patricia Jane Stanton, age 78, of Westland, Michigan passed away on Thursday February 7, 2019. Patricia was born October 10, 1940 in Detroit, Michigan to Beatrice and George Stanton.
Patricia is survived by; sister Judith (Roy) Hannan and brother Fred (Nancy) Stanton; nephews Brian(Karen), Mickey (Debbie), and Greg (Chelsey); nieces Jennifer (Paul) and Liz; 6 great nieces and nephews.
Patricia was preceded in death by; father George Stanton and mother Beatrice Stanton.
A funeral in state for Patricia will be held Monday, February 11, 2019 at 10:00 AM at St Edith Catholic Church, 15089 Newburgh Rd, Livonia, Michigan 48154 with a funeral mass at 11:00 AM.
In lieu of flowers, contributions in Patricia's memory may be made to Michigan Humane Society, 900 N Newburgh Rd, Westland, Michigan US; and Sisters of Mary Reparatrix, 17380 Grange Rd, Riverview, Michigan US.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.harryjwillfuneralhome.com for the Stanton family.
- George Stanton, Father
- Beatrice Stanton, Mother
- Judith (Roy) Hannan, Sister
- Fred (Nancy) Stanton, Brother
- Brian, Mickey, and Greg, Nephews
- Jennifer and Liz, Nieces
- 6 great nieces and nephews
Michigan Humane Society
900 N Newburgh Rd, Westland, Michigan
Sisters of Mary Reparatrix
17380 Grange Rd, Riverview, Michigan
- Funeral In State Monday, February 11, 2019
- Funeral Mass Monday, February 11, 2019
Patricia Jane Stanton
February 9, 2019
Pat was not only my neighbor at Holliday Park, she was a friend who always was there for support and encouragement. We had shared great conversations during her last few months at the nursing home. Pat, I know you are home with the Lord and now have everlasting peace and joy. Many have benefited from her giving ways and I'm forever grateful to be one of them.
February 8, 2019
Pat was a friend to me for over thirty years. We met while both serving on Divine Savior’s Parish Council. I found Pat’s service to the church and volunteering for the American Red Cross to be just two of the many ways Pat helped people and gave generously of her time. She helped me through my cancer by being the rock of faith and hope I needed in a dark time. Pat was a supportive, funny, loyal friend to me. We had good conversations over good dinners and I will miss her kindness, her example of faith and her great friendship. My condolences to Judy, Fred and families. Thank you to Judy and Griffin for contacting me.