Mona

Mona Phyllis Patterson

Obituary of Mona Phyllis Patterson
Patterson, Mona June 1, 1925 – July 12, 2019
Goodbye to my family and friends. Old age has caught up with me. I’m joining my husband Sam Patterson, parents Clarence and Lily Gough and sisters Margaret Edgar, Edith Kozubal and Kathleen Hawkes. I leave behind my daughter Cathy Patterson and grandchildren Thomas and Lily Frampton along with much loved nieces and nephews.
I’ve lived a life of no regrets with careers as a stewardess with Trans Canada Airlines and as an RN with Oakville Hospital and General Electric.
I loved to sing in the choir and now am singing with the angels. My family will be gathering in St. Aidan’s chapel at St. Paul’s Cathedral, 472 Richmond Street in London, Ontario to celebrate my life on August 24th. Visitation is at 10:30am followed by the funeral at 11:00am. Interment to follow in Oakville in September.
My favourite programs are the War Amps and V.O.N. friendly visitors. In lieu of flowers, help a child, visit someone who lives alone or make a phone call to help eradicate loneliness. Online condolences may be left at www.woodlandcemetery.ca
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1925 – 2019

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