Giffen-Mack Funeral Home & Cremation Centre

2570 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON


Patricia Ann Smith

June 26, 1946October 5, 2019
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Patricia Ann Smith "Pat" It is with heavy hearts the family announces the sudden passing of Pat on Saturday October 5, 2019 at her residence at the age of 73. Together forever with Jimmy (1969) Art Murphy and Edna (Jim) AuCoin and Duncan (2019). Beloved sister to Gloria (Ken) , Darlene, David (Deb), Gord (Karin) and Brian. Pat is survived by her daughter Heather. Beloved grama to Tara and George (Tina). Cherished GG to Jeremiah, Brooklyn, Robert, Melody and Kane. Loving Godmother to Tammy. Best friend to Betty Moynihan.

A visitation for Patricia will be held Friday, October 11, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM at Giffen-Mack Funeral Home & Cremation Centre, 2570 Danforth Avenue, Toronto, ON M4C 1L3, followed by a funeral service at 3:00 PM in the funeral chapel.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.giffenmackdanforth.com. In lieu of flowers, donations in Pat's memory to the Canadian Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths.


  • Visitation Friday, October 11, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, October 11, 2019


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Ashley Conn

October 10, 2019

Heaven has gained another Angel.
I know many are hurting and tears will be shed. Death is so hard. I remember the last conversation I had with Pat at Kanes birthday party.We starting talking about friends, she told me she missed all her friends and how most have them had passed already.
I hope your up there having a blast with all your friends and loved ones. You will be missed. RIP PAT

Ashley and Eric Rowe

Dorothy Hunter

October 9, 2019

So sorry to hear of Pat's passing. I will never forget your, infectious, laugh, dear lady. You will be missed. I will take some solace in the fact that you are now pain free and resting peacefully .

Kimberly Campbell

October 9, 2019

I was fortunate enough to know Pat through my niece Tina and her hubby George. Pat loved her family more than life itself. Pat always had warm and friendly words for those in her company. A true lovely and caring person. Pat is a mammoth loss to all who knew and loved her. REST IN PERPETUAL PEACE SWEET PAT.

( Tina and George’s Aunt)

Betty Moynihan

October 9, 2019

I’ve so many memories, fond memories, of Pat over the last 41 years we’ve been friends. To my family and I Pat was home. No matter how long it had been since the last visit she’d greet us as if we’d just been there. She was always glad to see us and we could sit down and talk for hours with lots of laughter in the mix. If we were having a drink we’d always end up out on the balcony where Pat could look down and survey her little Kingdom of Teesdale Place. Pretty soon the music wold be put on, friends dear to us all would pop in and we’d end up having an unscheduled kitchen party. Before long I’d hear those words...” alright everybody quiet down , Betty’ s gonna sing Welfare Mother for us” . It was a statement always, never a request, and so it began. I’d be reluctant at first but she’d finally wear me down and I’d sing the song she loved so well. After that the evening would progress with song after sing into the wee hours. It was absolutely wonderful!
It wasn’t just the good times Pat was there through, there was the really bad times too. For example, they say the police came to my door to notify me that my twin brother had been found dead as the result of an apparent suicide. It was Pat who accompanied me to the morgue to identify his body. She was a tower of strength g go or me and my daughter through that whole ordeal. If my memory is correct I believe it was Pat who went to my workplace and passed the hat around for a collection for me towards the funeral costs. And it was Pat who at the time having not even met me yet went with our friend Irene and knocked on doors on a long ago Christmas Eve on every floor of the building to ask for donations of any kind to help a young mother with two little girls because they had nothing for Christmas— no tree, no toys or gifts, no turkey dinner, nothing. The only furniture we had were our beds. Thanks to Pat & Irene my girls woke up to a tree, gifts and a Christmas dinner seated at their tables. That is Pat defined.

Trina Duffett

October 8, 2019

Sorry to hear of Patricia's passing. I will always remember the conversations we shared at gatherings at Tina and George's. She was always so welcoming and treated me like family. She will surely be missed. My condolences to all the family.

Margo B

October 8, 2019

I am so sorry Heather, George, Tara, and your family for the loss of Pat, she was such a good woman, always had a kind heart, she was always nice to my family and I will miss running into her in the hallways and in and around the building, I really enjoyed talking to her, I still remember Misty and the ice cream she used to buy her, Misty loved her ice cream, hard to believe I have known Pat for 30 years, I will truly miss her. R.I.P. Pat you will be missed