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My sincere condolences to the family. I grew up down the road and spent much time at the house and vacationed with Roxanna, Pat and Floyd on the east coast one summer. She was a very special lady to all who knew her. Rest In Peace lovely lady!
Carol (Huizenga) Cain
I specifically traveled from Nebraska to meet this beautiful lady that I called Mum. She was everything I expected she would be loving kind and the most beautiful soul I’ve ever met. She served this cake and she took me out to her yard where she showed me her hummingbird feeder I love hummingbirds and she must have had 25 at the feeder it was the most beautiful fantastic thing I’ve ever seen. I will miss her so much with our talks that we would do over the phone or on messenger. Until next time ❤️
Pat was Always the Most Caring Lady and Friend I’ve met online. We used to chat in the evening and laugh and cry. She had so much Love to give, even though she was going through Cancer We’d discuss so many things. I will miss You Pat. May you R.I.P. you made the World a Better Place. Love Always Joyce 💕
Anyone reading this or knew this lovely lady was truly blessed for having known her. Pat was the epitome of a classy lady. She always looked liked she stepped out of a band box in style. Even in her so called “work” clothes. If we can share with others all the love, kindness, compassion and faith in God that Pat shared with us, our lives will be richer and the world (our world at least) will be a much better place. Her goodness will continue to be passed on as she shared her love with us. We will miss you terribly dear one. Thank you for all you taught and shared with us.
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Patricia Gladys (Stone) Lancaster aged 94 from Frankfort, IN passed away on Sunday April 17,2022. She was born on March 17,1928 to Jack Marshall and Alice Eleanor in Walthamstow, London, England. Patricia met Floyd Lancaster an American soldier in 1944. They married on Valentine’s Day 1945. He preceded her in death October 2,1996. Patricia was very proud to become a U.S. citizen in December 1956 and obtaining her driver’s license that same year. Her family was her crown jewel. She devoted her life to them and her special grandchildren. She also enjoyed being a mum to her many dogs. To know her was to love her. She was all class all the time; from her hair, to her nails, to her toes. She is survived by her children Ray; Loren (Helen); Roxanna (Bob). Her loving grandchildren Leslie (Mike); Brian; Brad (Jody); Chris (Holly); Brett; Melissa (Brainard); Sean (Tammy); Ryan; Patrick (April); Danielle (Eddie); Melissa; Buddy, and many great grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 3pm Thursday April 21,2022 in the funeral chapel at Tippecanoe Memory Gardens. Friends may call from 1pm until the time of service. In lieu of flowers donations to the Frankfort or Lafayette Humane Society would be appreciated. TMG Funeral & Cremation Services is honored to assist the family with arrangements.
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