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Patricia Ann "Pat" Swick

March 17, 1949 - September 20, 2012

Palm Bay

Pat, age 63, born in Pittsburgh, PA on St. Patrick's Day 1949, died Thursday, September 20, 2012 after a long battle with a muscle disease at Holmes Regional Medical Center, Melbourne, FL.

A devoted and loving wife and mother, Pat is survived by her husband of 45 years, Milt, her son Brian, two sisters, Donna and Phyllis and her brother Jim.

Pat supported her husband Milt through good tiimes and bad times during his 20 year Air Force career.
After Milt's military retirement she got a very rewarding job working with “special needs' kids as a teacher's aid for almost 10 years at the Space Coast Early Intervention Center.

Pat was the best wife and mother one could ever ask for during 45 wonderful years of marriage.

Pat had a knack for making people laugh. She loved kids, animals, travelling, shopping, Betty Boop and slot machines. She just loved life.

She seemed to be always in a pleasant mood and she greeted every morning with a smile. She was the life of any party, loved being around people and was very easy to please.

She will be sadly missed by her family, friends and anyone who knew her.

She will forever be in the hearts of her son Brian and husband Milt who called her his “Angel in the Morning” and she calls him her “Boo”.

REST IN PEACE SWEET ANGEL!

WE LOVE YOU SO VERY VERY MUCH!

Donations Information

Pat was a huge animal lover. Donations in her memory can be made in her name to The American Society For The Prevention Of Cruelity To Animals (A.S.P.C.A.) at www.aspca.org/home/donate.

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ASPCA

Patricia Ann

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