Funeral services for Sheila A. Patterson, age 64, of New
York Ave., Ogdensburg, will be held on Monday, November 1, 2010 at 11:00 a.m.
at Frary Funeral Home with Frank Bateman officiating.Burial will be in Notre Dame Cemetery.Calling hours will be held on Monday morning
from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the funeral home.Mrs. Patterson passed away unexpectedly on
Thursday, October 28, 2010 at Claxton Hepburn Medical Center Emergency
Mrs. Patterson is survived by her life companion, James
Lockhart; two sons, Mario Patterson and his wife, Amy, of Ogdensburg and John
Patterson of Texas; one daughter, Barbara Stoepoer, and her husband, James, of
Texas; a sister, Donna Hutton of Rossie; three brothers, Ronald Montroy of
Georgia, Eugene Montroy of New York City, and William Montroy of Rochester;
five grandchildren, Arron, Jacob, Debbie, Ashley, Austin, and Ryan; her
extended family, Jeffery and Tiffany Lockhart and their children; and her very close friends, Jackie and Mabel.
Mrs. Patterson was born on September 3, 1946 in Ogdensburg, the
daughter of Leo and Mary Moore Montroy.She graduated from Heuvelton Central High School in 1964.She married Brian Patterson.That marriage ended in divorce.She worked at Mitel and at Cedars Nursing Home in the
kitchen for some time.Her hobbies
included dancing, arts and crafts, bingo, making and painting lawn ornaments
and playing shuffleboard.
Sheila was a wonderful person and will be greatly missed. Uncle Jimmy loved her very much. Even though they were never married we all considered her family. She considered Tiffany and Jeffery like they were her own children and their kids like they were her grandkids. Sheila was close to both Grandmothers. Grandma Gladys lived with Uncle Jim and Sheila right up till her passing. Sheila would call Grandma Mae everyday while she was ill. After Granny passed Sheila continued to call everyday to make sure Grandpa was alright. Sheila your heart was just to big for this world. We love you and will miss you.
Leanna, Wanye, Ethyn, Gavin Moquin
We will miss Mother very much. We talked almost everyday by telephone and computer due to distance between where we live. We will never forget the time we were able to share together when we were in New York with her. Mother was a very strong woman who went through alot and still kept going. She had many friends because of her caring nature. She worked other places besides Cedar's to include Shade Roller, The Shell Gas Station she helped my Father start up and run until the end of their marriage, Mitel, Compass. Mother worked other jobs that fail memory now but no matter what, she did what she had to do to make life easier for those she loved. Mother we love you. James,Barbara,Deborah & Ashley
To any of you who were not mention in the obituary please feel free to send us an email with all the names of those forgotten and we will gladly republish so as not to offend, but please in your consideration realize that Our Mother was taken from us very suddenly and we are sorry names were not listed we are grieving also. Thank you all for understanding and as stated feel free to contact.
Barbara & James Stoepler
my darling sheila,iwill miss you so much. you were the one person who was a friend, a real friend. the laughs we shared and the tears were what made you a good friend. we always laughed about the stupid things that we did and the fun we had doing them. mi, jonny,and barb please know that your mom was very much loved and jim thank you for loving shelia and making her last years happy ones. she often told me how great you were to her . love you. ed and doris mills
My friend Sheila who I worked with at Mitel for many years left for me many a happy and joyous memories still to this day. Tho, I moved away and lost touch the precious time that I spent laughing and crying over her crazyness still leaves a lasting impression for me. I will sorely miss you my friend-Godspeed to you girl.
Dear Grandma Sheila, Even no we werent close,I knew you knew about me,and that you accepted me as your Grandchild.may you have a safe journey,and rest in peace.you will be missed.Love Always, another one of Your Grandaughters Betsy Skidd,