Patricia G. Douglas

Patricia G. Douglas, 79, of North Sewickley Twp. Ellwood City passed away Friday, June 3, 2022 at the residence of her son.

Born November 2, 1942 in Colon, Panama, she was the daughter of the late Walter and Chabela Gonzalez Barrows .

Patricia retired after 28 years with Anchor Hocking in Monaca where she was an inspector. She was Catholic by faith. Patricia enjoyed swimming, yard work, being outdoors, and traveling to Erie. Her most cherished time was spent with her family.

Survivors include two daughters, Frances D. (John C.) Bell of Erie, Monica L. Claunch of Florida; three sons, Patrick (Georgette) Douglas of Beaver Falls, Wesley Douglas of Florida, Michael Douglas of Ellwood City; sister, Laura Hernandez of Panama; brother, Luis G. Oakley of Tennessee; eight grandchildren, Jaris Bell, John K. Bell, Victoria Douglas, Brittany Douglas, Andrew Douglas, Ian Douglas, Carla Triplett, Darren Claunch; and four great grandchildren, Eliana, Sarah and Zoe Triplett and River Douglas.

Friends and family will be received at the Marshall Funeral Home, 200 Fountain Ave., Ellwood City on Tuesday, June 7 from 6 pm until the time of the memorial service at 7 pm. Rev. Tod Custer will officiate.

Memorial Contributions may be made to American Cancer Society.

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3 thoughts on “Patricia G. Douglas

  1. Aunt Koky from Panama, and her children Marta, Jaime, Manolis and Anabella send our deepest condolences during this difficult time, Aunt Patsy and her family are always in our thoughts and prayers.

  2. John 14:1-2
    “Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in God; believe also in me. My Father’s house has many rooms; if that were not so, would I have told you that I am going there to prepare a place for you?

    With our love and deepest sympathy as we remember “Aunt Pat”.

  3. You were both a grandmother and at times filling in as a grandfather – even though you probably weren’t aware. You came to this country not really knowing anyone and started an extensive tribe spanning generations – respected your ability to take risks. You liked reading National Geographic and educated yourself with books despite never completing higher learning. Your eyes would light up every time your grandchildren were in a room together. And, you liked to take credit for the more stronger aspects of our personalities. You hated technology but embraced enough to get by…especially since you liked movies. You were a good listener and confidante – will miss our talks. You were always proud of us even though we might have not always felt that way even about ourselves. You sent us birthday cards well into our thirties – you didn’t have to but remembering them all was plenty. You loved your bronco almost as much as you loved cats and sitting outside on a nice summer day. You made the best soup and always managed to stash some for when I’d visit.

    Thanks for being there Grandma Pat.

    Peace and Love

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