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Patricia A Ayers

December 21, 1931February 15, 2021

In memory of Patricia Ann Ayers Passed: February 15, 2021 Born: December 21, 1931 Resided: Port Saint Lucie, Florida Patricia “Pat” Ayers passed away on February 15, 2021 after a battle with cancer.

Pat was born on December 21,1931 to Gilbert and Ann Trado in New York City and lived there in the Washington Heights neighborhood with her parents and two brothers until she was 23 years old. She met Thomas J. Ayers, Jr. in elementary school. They wed in 1954 and had five children. Pat was a proud Marine officer's wife and mother. While she lived with her family in nine states, she always considered herself a New Yorker.

Pat held a wide range of positions from an usher for Broadway shows to working in the accounting department for the State of Ohio. She volunteered with multiple organizations including HeadStart Early Learning Center and the Catholic Women’s Society.

Pat was predeceased by her husband, parents and brother, Donald Trado. She is survived by her brother, Paul Trudeau, her five children and their spouses, her grandchildren and pets.

Donations in lieu of flowers are requested to be made to Treasure Coast Hospice or the charity of your choice. A celebration of life is planned in the future when it is safe to gather.


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Maria Caruso

February 19, 2021

Pat was always very fun to be with and a kind-hearted person. The news of her passing was a shock. My deepest condolences to the family, may you find peace in this difficult time.

Paul Trudeau

February 17, 2021

My Aunt continues to be a great inspiration to me. She showed me who we were as a family and why we think and do the things we do. I am not sure how her absence will change me. My condolences to her sons and daughters.

Paul F Trudeau

February 17, 2021

My sister, Pat (“Patsy”) Trado-Ayers, helped me through my adolescence with clear, gentle, honest advice about how to behave as an adolescent boy (by telling me how to dress, speak, behave in a respectful way) that will help me with girls (& society). Definitely the best advice ever!!