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Sunset North Funeral Home

910 North Loop 1604 East, San Antonio, TX

OBITUARY

Patricia W. Reed

October 21, 1924July 5, 2019

Patricia Ann Weinland Reed died July 5, 2019, at the age of 94. Pat was born to Helen Hughes and Hermon Weinland on Oct 21, 1924 in Springfield, Ohio. She was raised there and worked as a medical assistant until joining the WAVES in 1945. She was in New York City for training when she met the love of her life, Chuck (Charlie) Reed at the Paul Whiteman Radio Show. They married in 1948 and moved to Kansas City, Missouri where they raised their two children. Pat was a devoted mother and a loving wife to Chuck for 55 years until his death in 2004. Chuck was a mechanical engineer and became interested in radio controlled model airplanes. Pat helped Chuck run an RC model airplane hobby shop from their basement, and was well known among the RC crowd for her homemade desserts. In 2010 she moved to Franklin Park Sonterra, an assisted living facility in San Antonio, Texas to be near her daughter Carol Britt. Pat was much loved by the staff and residents at Franklin Park, and was an avid (and competitive!) bingo player. She is survived by her son Bill Reed (and his wife Becky Magruder) and daughter Carol Britt.

A private memorial service will be held in San Antonio. In lieu of flowers please give to the charity of your choice.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Thursday, July 11, 2019

Memories

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Michele Galindo

July 8, 2019

My husband, Joe and I have many happy memories of our times with Pat and her daughter, Carol. We shared dinners and holiday celebrations together while Pat was at Franklin Park. She was such a wonderful and caring lady and we will miss her dearly! Our deepest sympathies and prayers to all of her family. Love you Pat!

Lynda Thomas

July 8, 2019

She was such a kind , loving and generous lady. My fondest memory is her laughter...I will always see that special smile and hear her exuberant laugh! When she met my Bill, she told me I was lucky she didn’t meet him first. Bill and I are blessed and honored to have known her. Love you! Lynda and Bill

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY