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Patricia Lynn Walsh

Pat passed away Dec 8, 2022, from Pneumonia   & ALS complications.

She leaves behind her husband of 45 years John, Sister Susan, son John jr. and daughter in law Alexa.

Pat was born and grew up in Detroit Mi. She attended Parochial School for 12 years. She went on to achieve an associate degree. She worked in the medical field until health forced her to focus on her son and home. She worked part-time and volunteered for Mesa Schools. She was honored for her dedication and accomplishments to Mesa schools.

Shortly after marriage Pat and John moved to Arizona for a new beginning. She embraced the new home and loved Arizona.

Pat was always ready for adventure. She took many trips cross country to Detroit with her son and was sole driver. Traveled to the Caribbean where she went in the jungle to see ancient ruins.

Made a 2-week trip to Ireland seeing many places and enjoyed the culture.

Pat enjoyed life. Pat and her son John jr. hand a special bond, one that will stand as her legacy.

Pat was always read for fun and enjoyed doing things whether they be simple such as playing games or going to concerts, zoos and sporting events.

 

Celebration of Life will be held February 4, 2023, at

Bueler Mortuary and & Chapel

14 West Hulet Drive

Chandler Az, 85225

Followed by an Irish Wake from 12 to 2 at

Fibber Magees

Irish Pub

1989 W. Elliot

Chandler, Arizona

 

Please RSVP if you plan on attending the Wake so we can let the Pub know how many to expect.

RSVP to jwalsh214@gmail.com or jship227@yahoo.com

 

In lieu of flowers we ask for memorial contribution in Pat’s honor to be made to The ALS Association Arizona Chapter

                                                                               360 E. Cornado Rd. Suite 140

                                                                                        Phoenix, Az 85004

                                                     online at www.alsaz.org or calling the office 602 297-3800

 

Ar dheis de go raibh a hanam dílis  (Irish Gaelic)

May her holy soul be on the right side of God

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