Patricia Petrie

Patricia Petrie

October 25, 1940 - February 10, 2011

Patricia Petrie

October 25, 1940 - February 10, 2011


Patricia Margaret Elizabeth Petrie was born in Souix Falls, South Dakota and educated in Texas, Japan, Germany, and England. A beloved wife, mother, grandmother, aunt, and friend, she lived a life serving others. Pat’s life was spent fostering the differences in everyone around her while nurturing the most precious part in us all, our hearts and our souls. She was most accepting of each individual and found a way to bring out the best in them. To anyone who met Pat, she was a beautiful manifestation of the meaning of the word “lovely.” To her husband, Bob, she was his best friend for more than 48 years; to her children, Robert Diane and Christopher Kristy, she was mom and confidant; to her grandchildren, Evan, Emerson, Ashley, and Nick, she was “Mimi”, “Our Beloved Mimi.” She will continue to live in the legacy that she left behind through her grandchildren, and by the memories that live in us. God bless you Pat. You are with those that you leaned on so much on this earth. There is no more pain. We thank God for each day that you were in our lives. The family requests that donations be made to the Scleroderma Foundation in Pat’s memory at

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18 responses to Patricia Petrie

  1. Our deepest condolences to Bob and the family. Pat was one of the finest people we have know and will stay on our hearts. We are here if you need us. Rich and Dale

  2. We were simply not prepared to let this wonderful lady go. We will miss her friendship and her wry sense of humor. We are comforted in our faith that she was called home for a reason, that her suffering is relieved, and that we grieve but for ourselves. It still hurts, we still miss her, and we pray for all those she left behind, especially to our special friend Bob. The Reid Family Murfreesboro

  3. Bob, I am so sorry to hear about Pat’s death. You and your family are in my prayers and thought.

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