Patricia Commandant

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Patricia Mary Commandant


On Sunday, August 15th, surrounded by her family, Pat left her place on Earth to go back to our creator.  Survived by her beloved husband of 42 years, Michael SR.; dearest loving mom of Chester, Rebbecca (Lance) and Michael JR. (Kate); precious Nana of Keegan, Sydni (John), Junior, Trinity, Michael 3rd, Gabriel and Salem; and her great-grand baby Myla “Nana’s angel dolly of all the dollys); cherished sister of Lloyd-deceased (Darlene), Anna (Bobby), Audrey (Kerv), Ralph-deceased (Sylvia-deceased), Dorothy-deceased (Marvin-deceased), Geo (Gar-deceased), June (Dave), Fran (Vic), Ruth, Clyde and Golds; and sister in-law to Matthew and Mark. She is also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins. Pre-deceased by her parents, Roy and Beulah Hill (nee General). Resting at her home 2658 3rd Line, Ohsweken after 2pm. Tuesday.  A graveside service will be held at Sour Springs Longhouse.  Arrangements by Styres Funeral Home, Ohsweken.


Pat’s inspirational quote to live by:
“It’s never too late to face a challenge,
chase a dream or transform your life,
age is just a number.”

Condolences

Posted by Miranda Butler on
Sending deepest condolences Beck. Praying for strength and comfort for you and the family.
Posted by Ivan Bomberry on
My sincere condolences Mike and families. Pat will be missed but she is gone ahead and will be waiting for you. She was a good friend to talk to at the Woodland Centre those many years ago.
RIP Pat.
Posted by Helen Miller on
Condolences to all the families of Pat. Pat was such a nice lady, always friendly. Whenever we’d see each other it was like time never passed.
Posted by Carla and Wayne on
Sincere condolences to the family..Pat
Will be missed.
Posted by Jacqueline Conway on
My sincere condolences to the family. Pat was an amazing woman. She was the corner stone at the Bingo Hall. She will be missed by so many. She loved her family and her husband and talked about them often when I worked with her. She was looking forward to retirement and spending time up North with her husband. What I adored most about Pat was that she was a straight shooter. Anyone who challanged Pat, had better be prepared because that was one lady that stood her ground. She loved life and knew what she wanted. A strength not to be reconded with. I will miss her dearly. The good Lord gained another angel today. RIP Pat.
Posted by Claudine VanEvery-Albert on
Mike and Family: I was so sorry to hear of Pat's passing. MY family and I send our condolences.
Pat and I grew up together and worked together, and we had many laughs together. She will not be forgotten by many in our community both at Sour Springs Corner and Six Nations.
Thinking of you all.
Dicki
Posted by Barb Miller on
Sincere condolences to Pat's family, Becky, the Mikes, and her grandchildren, her siblings, and to the children she babysat in the earlier years. I have so many precious memories of my own. She sure made life interesting for me.
Sorry I missed her funeral; (I checked the obits too late) I'm sure she would understand.

Take care.
Posted by Barb Miller on
Sincere condolences to Pat's family, Becky, the Mikes, and her grandchildren, her siblings, and to the children she babysat in the earlier years. I have so many precious memories of my own. She sure made life interesting for me.
Sorry I missed her funeral; (I checked the obits too late) I'm sure she would understand.

Take care.
Posted by Cally Phillips on
Sending my thoughts and prayers to the family
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