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Patricia Ann (Hutton) Ewing
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October 15, 1928 – June 3, 2018

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I was so sorry to learn of Pat's passing yesterday. Pat's mother, Norma Hutton, and my mother, Majorie Ashworth, were first cousins, and since I did not know my grandmothers, "Aunt Norma" was the closest thing I had to a maternal grandmother, and therefore, Pat was a close cousin to me. As a child, one of my fondest memories was to visit Dick and Pat in their first apartment, and we often laughed that Dick had trimmed the crust off my toast for me. When I graduated from Miami in 1969, I left for California and only made occasional connections, but much later in 1985, Pat and Dick hosted my parents 50th wedding anniversary at their home in Centerville. I flew in one week early and Pat and I along with Aunt Norma enjoyed great times together that week. Later, when my mother passed away in 1995, Pat and Jim left one of their important conferences that Jim attended and came to West Alexandria so she could read the 23rd Psalm at my mother's memorial service. I will always remember Pat as totally devoted to Dick, Jim, Tim and Jon and their wives. She was always delightful, charming, and interesting and inspirational.
Ann Ashworth - Sunday July 8, 2018 via Condolence Message
I was sorry to hear of Aunt Pat's passing. I have fond memories of family trips to visit Uncle Dick and Aunt Pat when my siblings and Tim and Jon were kids. I also remember how Pat stayed in touch with both of my parents all of their lives and this meant so much to them and to us, especially in their elder days. There was always a strong family bond, and that is so important and much cherished. My thoughts and lots of love go out to my cousins and their families today and always. Jenny
Jenny (Ewing) Orr - Saturday June 9, 2018 via Condolence Message
My parents and Pat's parents were the best of friends and became like family to me. She was an only child and so am I. When my mother and dad brought me home from the hospital, Pat was at the house and carried me in. This started a sisterly bond between us which has endured to the end. I was a flower girl in she and Dick's wedding. Our families got together for many occasions. I still remember the Fourth July picnics, the Labor Day barbecues and birthday celebrations. It seems like we didn't have to have a special date, we would just get together on a moments notice. When Tim and John came along, they provided me with my first baby sitting jobs. I still get a chuckle when I think that I shared with Pat the news about my first pregnancy before I had told my parents. Later, after we moved to Washington State, we created many wonderful memories of the trips she and husband Jim made out here. She was "Aunt Pat" to our children and our grandchildren. It touched us to hear our children's friends call her "Aunt Pat" as well. Over the years we have returned to Ohio about every two years and always spent time with Pat and her family. Pat shared her artistic gifts with me, and I have created many items which I still use or display in my home today. I will miss my loving sister for the rest of my days. May God Bless you and keep you near to his heart. Love Suzie
Al, Suzie Streich and Family - Thursday June 7, 2018 via Condolence Message
I'm so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. May God give you the peace that you seek.
Susan Lopez - Wednesday June 6, 2018 via Condolence Message
I remember the summer trips to Ohio so Dad could visit his brothers, Dick in Dayton and Tom in Toledo. We always had so much fun with our cousins. I’ve forgotten most of the details, but I still smile when I think of all the trouble we always got into, being excited and rowdy, and Aunt Pat saying, “Jooooon, Tiiiiiim” and Uncle Dick telling us to “Simmer down”! She stayed in touch with me the whole time I was growing up, and never forgot to send a birthday card. She was one of the few people that kept in touch with my mother and I when Mother’s dementia got so bad. She still always knew who Aunt Pat was and enjoyed her phone calls and notes. Knowing Aunt Pat was there, and still cared over the years and miles was special to me. She was a classy lady and I will miss her. Hugs and kisses to my cousins and know we are with you in spirit. Love, Kate
Kate Ewing - Tuesday June 5, 2018 via Condolence Message
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