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Patricia  Paish

Patricia Anne Paish

Monday, September 2nd, 1946 - Tuesday, October 13th, 2020
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Patricia Anne Paish

September 2, 1946 - October 13, 2020

Pat, loving wife of Brian Halbert, was born on September 2nd, 1946 to James Howard “Jack” Paish and Diana Margaret “Peggy” (Packard). She is the elder sister to John (Irena) Paish and Sally (Nick) Berdebes. Mother to Sheline (Troy) Bain, Paul Gagnon and Suzelle (Yves) Desardouin. Grandmother to Sabrina (Ryan) Csernyanszki, Sophia and William Bain, and Chinonyelum Umeobieri.

Pat left us early in the morning of October 13, 2020 after a courageous battle of almost three years to pancreatic cancer. Pat loved gardening, choir and books. She was loved by all who knew her and loved her family and friends immensely. She will be greatly missed.
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Sheline Bain

Posted at 12:12pm
My mum was a fun loving, hard working person that always fought hard no matter what obstacle was put in front of her in life. She moved to Vancouver from Montreal in the late sixties by herself, she hopped on a train and started her adventure, she
met my Dad Dory and had three children (Sheline, Paul, Suzie). Without any family around they raised us, my mum worked hard and took care of us. She was a loving mother. She loved her kids, grandchildren, husband Brian, family, friends and of course her huskies, Chinook and Ginger. She was the best cook and baker ever. She loved to garden, read, sing, travel, she used to knit, crochet and sew. She sewed dresses for my sister and I when we were little, she also sewed Halloween costumes for all three of us. I still remember those costumes, we wore them forever (onesie, dog, bunny). She knitted sweaters for us too. My mum was very creative. She had a three year battle with pancreatic cancer and never gave up. In the end her body couldn't fight anymore. She had so many friends and family rally around her. My mum truly was a great giving person and never let adversity stop her. We all love her and miss her very much. Life just won't be the same without her. I know she is still watching over us.

We are planning an online service, we'll let everyone know the details when we have it put together. Please feel free to upload pictures to this page. Thank you Sheline
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Norton Paish

Posted at 11:42am
We would like to express our sorrow at the passing of Pat. On our last conversation she was going to visit her family in Edmonton.Thankfully she was able to accomplish this goal.We were warmly welcomed at Brian and Pat's home for a reunion with relatives from Florida and her sisters, pleasant and memorable event. She is also remembered fondly by a TD bank former co worker who we use. She was happy in her new abode which is a gratifying memory and she was able to have survived longer than others who have been stricken with this insidious illness.Thinking of the good times with a lovely lady will aid in your grief.
Norton and Debbie Paish
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Carolyn Crotogino

Posted at 02:53pm
I have known Pat her whole life. One could even say I knew her before she was born. In 1946 I asked my Auntie Peggy how the baby got in her stomach anyway (I was three years old at the time).
Being the eldest in our respective families did give Pat and I slightly different upbringings than our respective siblings. By the time John and Ray, followed by Sally and Rod, came along our parents had already plowed through many trials and tribulations of parenthood. Pat and I, being the forerunners did not always bode well with our parents’ early endeavors, but it gave us considerable fodder to commiserate over.
We shared so many memories it would be impossible to recall them. I am grateful for every one of them but incredibly sad there will be no more.
Pat will leave a tremendous void in my life and I daresay in everyone who knew her lives’. She was simply a wonderful person. Kind, loving, compassionate, with a wicked sense of humor.
RIP little cousin.
Carolyn
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Catherine Rahal

Posted at 11:10am
I don’t know anyone who didn’t like Pat. I met her at the CIBC and can’t begin to thank her for the help she gave me over the years. I missed her very much when she moved, and we kept in touch sporadically via email and Facebook. My heartfelt condolences to Brian and Pat’s family. She seemed to me to be a person who always made the best of whatever situation in which she found herself. May she rest in peace.
Catherine Rahal - Montreal
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