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Barbara Ann McGlothern

You are Loved | You are Missed  | You are Remembered

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Beloveds-


Another light has gone out of our community, another beloved elder woman of Admiral. Though some of us may not have spent much time with her, others have known her for many years. She was as much curmudgeon as she was loving and welcoming. She was always up for a joke and good banter, and had been her happiest in the last year of her life. She died peacefully and trusting that she would be rejoining her parents.

 

We're looking forward to seeing you all to say good bye to our beloved sister Barbara! We will  share fond memories. 

Barbara, you are so loved and we miss you. 


Please send your stories and memories to Pastor Andrew at pastorandrew@admiralchurch.org 

If needed, additional dial-in info is provided below the orbituary at
 https://www.emmickfunerals.com/obituary/Barbara-McGlothern



Patricia Ann Williams


Patricia passed away on May 25, 2020, after a short, unexpected illness. Patricia was born May 13, 1922, in Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada, to George and Hazel (Blanch) Dickson. She had an older sister Dorothy (Betty) Armstrong, and a younger brother Alan. Patricia married the love of her life, Claude Williams in November 1944, and they had two children, a son, Dr. Kerry Williams, and a daughter Marilyn (Williams-Jordan).

 

In December 1961, Patricia moved with her family to Seattle, Washington, where Claude accepted an engineering position with the Boeing Company. From the start, Patricia believed in visiting far-flung locations in Washington to see what the state had to offer. Later that quest to explore led to trips with Claude, visiting various locations in the United States, Canada, and Europe She also had an enjoyable trip to Hawaii with her daughter.


Patricia also loved reading, gardening, and baking. She passed on her talent for baking and decorating Christmas cookies to her daughter. For more than 30 years, Patricia helped Marilyn and some of Marilyn's friends to decorate Christmas cookies that were then shared with friends and family. Patricia also enjoyed attending church, relishing the friendships she formed and fellowship she shared. In recent years she attended Admiral Congregational United Church of Christ, where she was everyone's mother, grandmother, and friend.

 

Patricia was predeceased in death by Claude, her husband of 61 years, and her son, Kerry, and siblings Betty and Alan. Patricia is survived by her daughter, Marilyn, son-in-law, James Jordan, daughter-in-law, Dr. Janette Williams, grandson, Andrew Jordan, granddaughter-in-law, Michelle Jordan, and great granddaughters, Delaney, and Bliss Jordan. She was also "Auntie Pat" to numerous nieces, nephews, grandnephews and nieces, and great grandnephews and nieces. And too many people to count thought of Patricia as a kind and caring friend. Patricia will be sorely missed by all who knew her.

"Pat was a dear soul and she meant a lot to me. Very kind and always asking about Dick and how I was. She was much loved in our congregation and will be greatly missed."
                                                                                                                                                                         Gerry Flaten


"I would like to share my story in memory of Pat.  She and I decided we would go to a movie at Admiral Theater.  When we got there, we decided to see "The Black Panther".  I loved the movie, she did not.  We both had a good laugh at how much grief she gave me about the movie.  Every time I asked about going to movie, she would tell me "not another Black Panther for her."
                                                                                                                                                                         Anne  Muller

"I loved her young spirit, the mischievous  twinkle in her eye, her sharing her warmth and wisdom and spunk. Love her, miss her!"
                                                                                                                                                                            Uta Rockel

"Oh, I am so sad to hear of Pat Williams passing away. Pat was always so positive and loving when we greeted in church. She love the passing of the peace at church and she was a dear lady and loved everyone. She phoned me recently to thank me for some flowers that were given to her and I told her it wasn't me, but I was happy someone gave them to her. She said she will continue phoning others until she finds out so she can thank them for the lovely flowers that she was so happy to receive. She was always thoughtful and giving when there was a need and helped pay for many coffee hours. She wanted to be a part of the congregation in an active way as much as she could with her health issues that she never dwelled on. She gave us two coffee mugs from Whistler that she knew we would like to have, and she didn't need them anymore. She will be missed. God received a new angel and I know she was welcomed by other loved ones. Rest in peace Patricia. You were loved by many."                                


                                                                                                                                                                        Joanne Murray