Mary Jane Brown Funeral
Goebel Funeral Home
Tuesday December 15th, 2015
11:00am - 12:00pm
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Patricia A. Key
Patricia Ann Key, 75, of Clearwater, FL passed away on June 16, 2017, in Dallas, TX.
Mom/Nana leaves a lasting legacy as mother of two (Chris, Craig), grandmother of four (Josh, Carson, Jaxson, Ashton) and great-grandmother of two (Miles, Grant and counting!). All these sons and grandsons were loved unconditionally and spoiled intensely by this proud, caring and loving mother and grandmother.
Patricia, an independent, feisty and beautiful lady who molded babies into men who have and will proudly raise their sons/daughters (come on Key men spare a X chromosome!) in her honor influenced by her life lessons, loving guidance and sage advice (solicited or not!).
I lived around the corner from Larry Key during our high school years. I graduated from Fairborn high school in 1960 .with both Larry and Pat. I saw both of them during several high school reunions. I was the guy who made the DVDs that were shown at several of our reunions. Larry was the source of many of the pictures included in the program. They were both very good people. I will miss both of them.
Roger "Tug"Thornberry Jun 28 2017 12:00 AM
With deepest sympathy to Patty's family. I went to high school with Patty.
Vicki Green Jun 26 2017 12:00 AM
I worked with Trisha for many years and saw her and talked to her occasionally once we both retired. She was a dear friend and I'm sorry we didn't speak more often. I just heard today, through the grapevine, of her passing and I am so sorry to hear it. I know her family will miss her. If you have a memorial service in the future, please let me know so that I can attend. My prayers for comfort in your grief go to you.
Helen MacAskill Jun 23 2017 12:00 AM
We are so very sorry to hear of Tricia's passing. We have not spent that much time with her since our daughter Liz and Chris married almost 20 years ago but after reading her obit we wish we would have gotten to know her better. One thing we did know is that Tricia deeply loved her sons and grandchildren. May God be with her on her new journey.
John & Barb Schrand Jun 21 2017 12:00 AM
I'm so sorry my Texas friend has left us. During the many years I visited my Aunt/"Sister" Mary Lou Morris, Patricia frequently joined us to participate in whatever we were doing. Mostly we gossiped, told jokes talked about crafts, food and recipes, drank a bit of wine, and LAUGHED until we were crying from holding our stomaches! I have missed seeing Patricia because over the years since Mary Lou passed I have not made trips to the Dallas area. I know you are in heaven, Patricia, joining friends and family already there! You will be sorely missed. Sending love to all, especially Josh who hung out at Mary Lou's house a lot and I fell in love with him - he was a lovable, curious teen. May God bless you all. Deedle
Glenda Gail Windham Jun 21 2017 12:00 AM
I'm so shocked and saddend by this news of Patricia passing away. We had so many great adventures together. I met her her in 1984 at Texas Color. Tricia ,CC and Diana. We were quite a team. I miss them all but I bet they are all together having a party on the prettiest beach in heaven!
Robin Williamson Jun 21 2017 12:00 AM
What a well written obit, Tricia would be proud. Makes me wish I had spent my short amount of time with her getting to know her better. I did spend enough time with to know she truly loved her sons and grandchildren. As mentioned in her obit, she will never be forgotten. God bless her in her new journey.
John Schrand Jun 21 2017 12:00 AM
I am saddened to hear about the passing of this wonderful lady she was one of My Mom's dearest friends she looked out for My Mom and our Family with an open heart she will be greatly missed...praying for comfort and peace while you are going through this hard time...RIP Trish...love u unconditionally as u did us
Kayce Sheridan(daughter of Diana Venable) Jun 21 2017 12:00 AM
RIP my crazy friend you, Di and CC have fun. Love you.
Sherri Harre Jun 21 2017 12:00 AM
Patricia was a dear person and will be missed greatly. My deepest sympathy to the family.
Joan Driscoll Jun 21 2017 12:00 AM