Townsend-Wood Funeral Chapel

201 East Elm Street, Penn Yan, NY


Patricia M. Fenton

October 1, 1941May 27, 2019

Patricia Fenton, age 77, of Penn Yan, NY passed away on Monday May 27, 2019 at Geneva General Hospital. Patricia was born in Geneva, NY on October 1, 1941, the daughter of the late Jacob and Elsie (Clarissen) D'Augustine.

Patricia was the former owner and operator of Grandma's Attic in Penn Yan. She has waitressed for Woolworths, Ponderosa, and Denny's. Patricia also worked as a home health aid, caring for others. She enjoyed traveling with the significant other, Norm Robinson. Patricia loved antiques both collecting and shopping for them.

Patricia is survived by her significant other, Norm Robinson, her sons, Chad (Sue Polizzi) and Kipp Allison; her grandchildren, Justin Allison, Nicole Allison, Amanda Hamilton, Chad Allison Jr., Christopher Allison and Melissa Allison; her nine great grandchildren; sisters, Marty Johnson and Rhonda D'Augustine; niece, Kim Glen; and nephew, Rick Mosher. In addition to her parents, Patricia was predeceased by her son Phillip "PJ" Allison.

In honoring her wishes, there will be no prior calling hours or service. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.townsendwoodfuneralchapel.com for the Fenton family.


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Ron Dailey

June 6, 2019

To Chad, Kipp, Marty, Rhonda & Family,

My condolences on the passing of your mom(Pat), she will be missed . Thoughts and prayers to you all!

God bless!


Barbara Hancock (Newell)

June 3, 2019

R.I.P. Dear Patricia. I was born in Penn Yan 1948, our paths may have crossed
and I want to send my Condolences to your loving family and friends 💕 God has another Angel 👼Blessings to you all🌹🌹🌹

Diane Segura

May 29, 2019

Pat was a wonderful Lady I am so sorry for your loss Rest with the Angel's Pat Love Diane

Dawn Phenes

May 29, 2019

I am so sorry for your families loss. She was a lovely lady. I know that she loved her family & that she will be greatly missed.