Patricia Minton

Patricia Minton

January 18, 1955 - December 30, 2014

Patricia Minton

January 18, 1955 - December 30, 2014


Patricia Minton lives in , passed away at the age of 59.
Born on January 18, 1955 and passed away on December 30, 2014.

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31 responses to Patricia Minton

  1. Kris Minton says:

    This was one of the hardest days of my life. But while I was up there talking today I felt your presence mom and that’s what made me able to say what I did. I love you so much and I can’t wait to see you in Heaven. Goodnight mom. I love you!

  2. Keran Family says:

    Although we did not know Patti, we learned what an amazing lady she was to the many people who knew and loved her. Our daughter Amy attends the FUTURES program. Both Amy and Patti shared something very personal, their baldness. Amy came home one day saying, “Patti, she bald like me!” It was incredibly brave and sweet of Patti to share this with Amy, and we believe it gave Amy even more confidence in knowing another person without hair. Please know, in your time of sadness and loss, Patti has made a significant difference in our daughter’s life, and she will not be forgotten. We are grateful for the opportunity to have attended such a moving service, to meet her wonderfully caring family, to learn about what a tremendous wife, mother, and giver she was to others. Patti is smiling down on all of the lives she touched.

    Lane, Kelly and Amy Keran

  3. Patti was real fun at the Future Program! she help us with bus traning and with finding job applications. Patti was so fun to be around.

  4. Rose Badouin says:

    A few months ago Patti, Kay & I along with many of our students were riding the bus, Patti & Kay were chatting as we rode along. A man got on the bus and then suddenly turned and said “stop the chattering”, Patti said “excuse me?” He said “yes you, stop the chattering” We all looked at each other and the students. We realized this unfortunate man must have a mental illness. Needless to say we were all silent until the man exited the bus and we continued on to our stop.When we got off the bus we explained to the students that we don’t argue with a person on the bus and that he probably was mentally ill. A life lesson was learned. Needless to say, I will miss chatting with Patti on the bus and at school. Patti was a ray of sunshine for all of us in Futures.But I know she is chattering away up in heaven and keeping everyone entertained. Peace to her loving family, Rose Badouin

  5. Patti had great hair and was a good dancer in FUTURES. You will be missed so much. Andrew

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