Patricia Ann Pine
July 19, 1946 – July 13, 2021
Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Sister, Daughter, Best Friend…
Pat is survived by her Daughter, Kimberly Kitts; Son, Raymond Pine; and Granddaughter, Samantha Pine. Pat grew up in a small town in Massachusetts - Millers Falls where she retained friends to her dying day. She made and kept friends wherever she went; living in Connecticut, Michigan and finally on Cape Cod in Massachusetts.
Pat built a series of careers spanning real estate, bond trading and work with her daughter in her final years. After retirement, she continued to be a friend and support to many, especially her daughter with whom she was very close.
In later years, Pat suffered from diabetes and strokes which did not damper her sense of humor or zest for life. She loved good food and a good joke almost equally - but don’t try to take the last cannoli - EVER! She was a force of nature who continued to make friends in her new apartment complex right up until the last weeks of her life. She will be missed by many and never, ever forgotten. Her daughter lost her best friend.
Kimberly and Raymond will hold her in their hearts with fond memories. Pat passed peacefully into God’s arms on July 13, 2021, only 6 days from her 75th birthday. May she Rest In Peace in heaven. Amen.
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Patricia Ann Pine
July 19, 2021
I have met my friend Pat in 1994 when we have worked together at The Phoenix Companies. She has always been a very cheerful, happy go lucky individual, and a very faithful friend. I have been blessed to have known you throughout the years! May our dear Lord's angels guide your spirit into His hands and that you rest in peace. Eternal Memory my friend! 🙏🙏🙏😇🌹
July 16, 2021
Kimmie and Ray. We are sorry for your loss. Your Mom was a sweetheart. Sadly it has been a couple months since we chatted with her. The last time we both dialed each other at the same time and neither phone rang, weird. We were planning on dropping in on her in September when we were down for the housing conference. Hugs, Ann and Stash