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Patricia Irish White

August 30, 1927 - June 27, 2020


Home:

Waverly, New York

Date of Death:

June 27, 2020

Age:

92

Birth Date:

August 30, 1927

Birth Place:

Under Hill, Vermont

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Biography

Patricia Irish White

Patricia Irish White, 92, of Waverly passed away on Saturday, June 27, 2020 at the Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre.

She was predeceased by her parents, Aden and Louie Webbe Irish; husband, Albert White; her daughter, Bertha A. Burgess; her son, Arthur White; her sisters, Helen MacKenzie and Marian Austin.

Patricia is survived by her daughter, Bonnie (Ron) Ellers of Chemung; son, James (Susan) White of Vestal; sisters, Betty Williams of Cayuga, NY and Barbara Smith of Auburn; many grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins.

Patricia waitressed at O’Brien’s Inn in Waverly and ran a boarding house for many years in Waverly.  She enjoyed baking, cooking, sewing and gardening.  She was a member of the Waverly United Methodist Church.  Patricia was known as “Grandma White”, she was the grandma of her block and wherever she was.  She loved her grandkids and all kids.

At Patricia’s request there will be no services.  The family is being assisted by the Blauvelt Funeral Home, 625 Broad Street, Waverly, New York.  Those wishing to send a message of sympathy to Patricia’s family may visit our Facebook page or in “Obituaries” at www.blauveltfuneralhome.com

Sympathy Messages

From: Patricia Searles
Message:
Pat was a very sweet and loving lady.  I loved when I went into her room to take in the clean clothes. I said hello to her and asked her how she was doing and she would reply bright eyed and bushy tail. She always was happy and so glad to see us. She will be greatly missed. Was so glD to get to know her. You all are in my thoughts and know that I am deeply sorry for your loss.

From: Shelley Mint
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She had the biggest heart and always a beautiful smile on her face. Thoughts and prayers to the family.  I had a pleasure to meet and get to know Pat. She loved her family and appreciated life!!!

From: Julie L. Quail
Message:
Please accept my condolences on the passing of your mother. She was such a beautiful person who brought joy to everyone. I knew she would always have a smile for me whenever  i walked into her room. She was one of my favorites when I worked at Elderwood, as a social worker, and i was sadden to read of her passing. Please know everyone is in my thoughts and prayers.
Julie

From: Tammy Kirtley
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My childhood was amazing because Mrs White was a part of it. The fun things I did at their house. Swimming,sleeping on the porch etc and popcorn always was popcorn. Know matter where I was in life if I saw her I would get a smile and a kiss and oh darling how you doing. She was a wonderful woman not many like her. Xoxo

From: Claudia
Message:
Words cannot express how one feels when such an important person leaves us. Bonnie, Ron, Ronnie, Sheena, Trey and family. Our lives were only better with Mom White being a part of it, I will miss her dearly. She brought joy and love to everyone she met. She was truly a precious soul. May you find peace in the many great memories you all made. I have many of my own that I will always treasure. Love, Claudia

From: Sherry Maher
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She was a very special lady in my life she was always my mom white. We will miss you.

From: John, Joan and girls
Message:
So very sorry to hear of Cousin Pat's passing. Cousin Pat would write, and call ever so often, and always remember holidays! She would send a bag or two of tea, which was always welcome! She would always remember our girls too! Our prayers, and good wishes are with all of you. Pat was a loving and kind person, and we will always remember her .

From: Tina Walters edsell
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I'm sorry about your loss 

From: Pat & Mike
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So sad to hear the passing of my cousin Pat, she was a wonderful kind caring lady and a privilege to know. We so enjoyed our telephone calls from across the pond and always we wished to have an English cup of tea together one day.
Rest in peace God Bless  All our love Pat & Mike

From: Linda & Ken O'Brien
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We're sorry to hear about the loss of Aunt Pat. She and her sisters were a big part of our Vermont family. I always looked forward to her visits and all the love and laughter she would shared with us. Those wonderful memories will be with me forever and she and her family will always have a special part in my heart and will never be forgotten! May the good lord enjoy your kindness and laughter Aunt Pat until we meet again!!

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