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The obituary notice of Olive Patricia LEA

Benllech, Published in: Daily Post.

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Olive PatriciaLEALEA - OLIVE PATRICIA (Pat), December 7, 2020. Peacefully at Bryn Seiont Newydd, Caernarfon and of Pretoria Mount, Marianglas. Aged 84 years. Beloved wife of the late Ken, dear sister of Frank. Family service at Bangor Crematorium Wednesday December 16th at 12:00 noon. Family flowers only but donations gratefully accepted towards CLIC Sargent by Bryn Jones, Jones Bros. Benllech, Glanrafon, Benllech. LL74 8UF tel:- 01248 853032
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Andrew Lee:With love and thanks for many happy memories13/12/2020
Andrew Lee:‘Auntie’ Pat was a close family friend of my...13/12/2020
Katharine Horry :Lots of lovely memories of holidays with Uncle Ken and Aunty P...13/12/2020
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Katharine Horry:Rest in peace Aunty Pat. Reunited with Uncle Ken and all the ...13/12/2020
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Jennie Bowles:With fond memories of camping holidays in Germany when my b...13/12/2020
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With love and thanks for many happy memories
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13/12/2020
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‘Auntie’ Pat was a close family friend of my parents, Derek and Dorothy Lee, through my childhood and into adult life. I know, from my parents, the important role she played professionally as an anaesthetist as part of a pioneering team undertaking Orthopaedic surgery in the early days of joint replacements. My own recollections are of many happy times with Pat and Ken on shared holidays and at family social events, often involving music and always lots of laughter. Love and thanks for the memories to both.
Andrew Lee:
13/12/2020
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Lots of lovely memories of holidays with Uncle Ken and Aunty Pat over 50 years. Many visits to Marianglas.
Rest in peace xx
Katharine Horry :
13/12/2020
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Rest in peace Aunty Pat. Reunited with Uncle Ken and all the dogs.

Love from Katharine, Beth and Sam
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13/12/2020
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With fond memories of camping holidays in Germany when my brother and sister were children/young adults, and cottage breaks in Wales with Auntie Pat and Uncle Ken coming to see my Mum and Dad - many happy times xx
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