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Pat Scott Halbach - May 16, 2019

Started by so_P_bubble, May 17, 2019, 03:23:59 am

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May 17, 2019, 03:23:59 am Last Edit: May 21, 2019, 06:45:53 am by so_P_bubble
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so_P_bubble

Dear Pat,
with a heavy heart we have to say good bye.
Faith sustained you through these years of suffering and now you are at peace.

May the love and warm thoughts of all of us in Seniors and Friends accompany you on your way  "home".

Shirley

My sincere sympathy, Paul, and for all the family. She was family to us, has been for many years, the glue that held us together. We will miss her and remember her. Shirley/Tisie in Kansas

Vanilla-Jackie

May 17, 2019, 04:48:07 am #3 Last Edit: May 17, 2019, 04:50:07 am by Vanilla-Jackie
As someone who has just lost someone very close ( five weeks ago ) my heart goes out to Pats close family...It doesnt matter whether we are expecting the death to take place or whether the death occurred suddenly, the loss and emptiness alone is hard to comprehend when that person has been part of ones life for so long...

Rest In Peace Pat Scott Halbeck...we have much to be grateful for, you set up this fine friendship forum for us...


Jackie Hathaway...UK

" In the arithmetic of love, one plus one equals everything and two minus one equals nothing. "
~ Daya Nandan..

phyllis

It is so hard to lose such a good friend as Pat.  The only comforting thought is that she is now free of pain.  We shall miss her very much.  To Paul and all of her family my deepest sympathies. 
phyllis
Cary,NC

Mary Ann

My condolences to Paul and Pat's family.  Paul, I met you and Pat when you stopped in Grand Rapids to visit Norm and Dot Tock.

Mary Ann Tock

larryhanna

I have so many wonderful memories of my long friendship with Pat from the very first days of SeniorNet where she and I had the opportunity to work together.  The first time we met in person was at Williamsport where are little group of SeniorNet volunteers did everything together.  Over the years we have had the joy of having her visit in our home as well as she and Paul staying overnight with us several times.  I know she will be greatly missed by Paul and her loving family especially by Judy and John and her children and grandchildren.  While I will miss her I today celebrate her life of as one of very strong faith as evidenced by the way she lived her life and gave so willingly of her time and money to keep our wonderful cyber family together over these years. 

Larry Hanna

MaryPage

I have not been in this or any other social media for 2½ years now, but Bubble has just notified me about Pat, and I am drenched in sorrow and memories.  She was so ALIVE and full of energy and zest.  It made my heart happy when she moved to my home country of Winchester, Virginia; which I will visit no more forever.  Well, we are all moving in just the one direction, and I like to think of a reunion where we will prance and dance and hold hands and SING songs of Joy.  Pat will be pounding away on the piano with a huge smile on her face.  And hey, mebbe I'll even be able to sing in Key;  something that has always eluded me in this life.
Memories are everything to us these days.  I cherish the Pat pictures in my heart.  They will not leave me. 
Sail away with Love, Pat!  And thank you for all your many kindnesses.  love from MaryPage

SharonE

I did not know Pat in person, but felt her faith and love from Senior Net and FB.  She had a long hard road but kept her faith. Sending cyberhugs and prayers to all of her family.
Sharon Ede

Joy

Sending my sincere sympathy to Paul and Pat's family.  As it has been mentioned above, Pat was the glue that has kept us all together for such a long time.  She will be missed.


(Mary Page, how nice to see you here. Your special messages have long been missed here.  Whenever I think about or hear anything about Annapolis, I think of you.  I was just down that way a couple weeks ago.  Sure wish you would come back and spend some time with all the Seniors and Friends that miss you.)


JOY ( from Hampstead, Md.)
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Marilyne

Thank you Pat, for providing us with so many years of friendship here on Seniors and Friends.  I appreciate that you gave your time, and your money, to provide us with this site.  I'm sorry that I never had the opportunity to meet you in person, but I hope that some time, in the future, in another place, we will meet.  Until then, rest in peace, with your loved ones who have gone before you.

FlaJean

Sending my heartfelt sympathy to Pat's family.  We have lost so many of our Senior friends these last several years.  Pat was a special person and we will miss her and think of her often.
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CallieOK

My prayers and sympathy go out to Pat's family. I have good memories of seeing her at Bashes and in Guelph. She has, indeed, been the glue that held us together and will be very much missed.
CallieK in Oklahoma

jane

My deepest sympathy to Pat's family...sister, Judy and her family, Paul and his family, her children and grandchildren. 

PatH2

I never met Pat in person, but it feels like I did--such a warm, vibrant, good person.  I'm grateful for all she did for us, and my prayers go out to all who loved her and will miss her.

PatH2

MaryPage, Hi.  It's nice to see you, even briefly.  Take care.

Lindancer

Paul, my sincere sympathy to you and family, with your lose


Y ALSO LOSR ONE OF MY MUD PIE FRIENDS TO DAY

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maryc

My thoughts and prayers are with Pat's family at this sad time.  Peace to you Pat.  We never met in person but her caring manner came through here.
Mary C

Gloria

My sincere sympathy for Paul and Pat's family. I never had  the pleasure of meeting her but she helped me a lot when I first joined SN and we were all so happy when she opened S&F and brought us back together again.

Gloria

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NitaH

I came because I heard Pat had gone Home. I send sincere condolences to her family and friends.  No more pain for her, and she is in the presence of Jesus, the One she loved with all her heart.  Heaven is richer today.

JeanneP

 Sorry to read that Pat has left us. I knew she had not been well for quite a while. She is at rest now. Been quite awhile since we were all together on Seniornet. What a great group. So many are now gone.
JeanneP

Tomereader1

We will all miss her terribly, she did so much for us here at S&F.  I never got the chance to meet her, and that would be my loss.  My condolences to Paul and the rest of the family. 

so_P_bubble

  Patricia J. Scott's obituary.

Sadly, on May 16, 2019, Patricia J. Scott (Guelph, Ontario) passed away. Family and friends are welcome to leave their condolences on this memorial page and share them with the family. She was predeceased by : her former husband John Alexander; her parents, Ian Stephen and Doris Stephen; her brother Murray Stephen.

She is survived by : her husband Paul Halbach; her children, Ian, Janice (Phil) and Andrew; her grandchildren, Kathleen (Jon), Alex, Sharon, James, Andrew, Colin, Jonathan, Rebecca, David, Aaron and Proud; her great grandchildren, Hadley and Jack; her sister Judy (John); her daughters-in-law, Angela and Terena. She is also survived by her nieces and nephews, and her many step-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, memorial.

Visitation will be held on Monday, May 20th 2019 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM and on Tuesday, May 21st 2019 at 10:00 AM at the Royal City Baptist Church (100 Ridgewood Ave, Guelph, ON).

so_P_bubble

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Pat and her famous Bash Bus

Radioman34

I had the pleasure to know Pat for several years and the even greater pleasure of having her as my guest in my home here in London on two occasions and once at her home in Virginia where we celebrated Paul's birthday.
What more can one add to the life story of one who led by example and was unwavering in her faith. The world is a poorer place with her loss, but those who knew her are richer for having known her as a  friend.
May Eternal Light Shine Upon Her.

Don

wjoan

Loved that ole bus.  LOL

MaryPage

Me, too, Western Joan.  Me, too.
What a happy time we all had together in Williamsport.

wjoan

Mary Page, yes indeed.  Did you attend any others?