Patricia A. Allee

October 27, 1944October 20, 2010

PATRICIA (DIONISIO) ALLEE, 65, passed away from complications of Scleroderma at St. Lucie (Florida) Medical Center on October 20, 2010. Pat was born in Pueblo, Colorado and moved to Port St. Lucie from Washington Township, New Jersey in 1999, where she lived for 25 years. She is survived by her husband Gary Allee; sons, Doug (Lori) and Darren, of Port St. Lucie, and daughter Deanna “De De” Gray of Branchburg, NJ. Pat had two lovely grandchildren, Cassidy Gray and Jake Allee, who were coincidently born on the same day and year. Pat is also survived by her brother, David (Jane) Dionisio of Montrose, CO, and numerous relative and friends. Pat was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and sister, who placed family first and foremost of her own medical challenges. Pat also cared for her parents Jack and Lucille Dionisio, who both just recently preceded her in death. Memorial contributions can be made to the Scleroderma Foundation, 300 Rosewood Drive, Suite 105, Danvers, MA 01923. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at St. Lucie Catholic Church October 27, 2010, 11:00 AM Arrangements are entrusted to Aycock Funeral Home Chapel in Port St. Lucie, FL. Please visit and sign our guest register book at


  • Funeral Service Wednesday, October 27, 2010

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Denise Phelps

October 30, 2010

There are so many things I remember as a child about Aunt Patty and Uncle Gary. Even though in later years we didn't see each other much I still loved her smile and laugh. My thoughts are will all of you -


October 28, 2010

Gary and Family...We want to extend our heartfelt condolences on the lost of Pat. We hope you feel comfort in the love that you have for each other. Our kindest and sincere thoughts and prayers. Margaret and Gary

Kristen Brown

October 27, 2010

This news broke my heart when I read the obituary in the newspaper. Gary, Doug, Lori, Jake, Darren, Dee, and Cassidy: You are all in my thoughts today.

Kristen Brown

October 27, 2010

Gary, Doug, DeeDee and Darren, We send all of our love and prayers to you today. We will be praying with you this morning, as we have been throughout this journey. We have such fond memories of Patty in our hearts. Wishing we could be with you today, and sending all our love. Chris, Anthony, Gianni, Vincenzo, and Genna Cortese

Karen Dionisio

October 26, 2010

I am very sorry for your loss. Patty was a wonderful person and I am happy I got to visit with her at Aunt Lucille's funeral. I wish there was something I could do to help ease your pain. Know that she was loved by many people.

My Prayers are with all of you.
Karen Dionisio

Tracie Dionisio

October 26, 2010

Uncle Gary, DeDe, Doug, and Darren, I will miss Aunt Patty so much. I can hear her laugh and see her smile. She had a heart of gold and cared for others, especially Grandma and Grandpa, with great kindness and patience. Her spirit and memory will live on, as she touched all our lives for the better.

October 25, 2010

"we'll miss you" Marlene (Todero) Highberger (Pueblo, CO.)

October 25, 2010

Dear Dee and Family,

Remembering you and saddened to hear of your mother's passing. Hold dear your memories of her and be assured she will forever remain in your hearts. God be with all of you in the days ahead and grant you peace in your time of sorrow. A donation will be made in her memory to the Scleroderma Foundation.


Sal & Karen Buono (Leah's Parents)


October 24, 2010

Dear Family and Friends,

Pat and I went to Keating Junior High and Central High School together, graduating in 1962 in the Top Ten. I have special memories of Pat, an Italian-American, just like me! We had the same initials (P.D.) then. I am sad to read of her death. I am very sorry, dear family and friends. I will always remember Pat as a very nice person.

Pauline DiSipio

October 23, 2010

Gary, Doug, DeeDee, and Darren, May all of the love and memories that you shared with Patty help to comfort you during this difficult time. Patty was a lovely person and always put others first. You are in our prayers. Love, Ray, Nina, Jimmy and Raynie