Patricia Harris (née Bishop), 1937–2020

Passed away on March 27, 2020

Survived by her husband John Harris.
A private graveside service will be held at a later date.

John would like to thank the members of the CLSC and Dr John Hortop, for the compassionate and loving care they gave Patricia.

Picture of Pat’s dog, Belle

Donations in Patricia’s memory may be made to
The Women’s Auxiliary of the Barrie Memorial Hospital,
28 Gale Street, Ormstown, Qc J0S 1K0

 

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    Our most sincere condolences John. We are so very sorry for your loss. You will certainly miss Pat very deeply. Know that you can call for help or support at any time.

    Neva & Hugh


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      Hi Nev & Hugh

      Thank you for your support and condolences, Patricia will be greatly missed and will always be close to me in in my spiritual life for ever, thank you for the goodies, John


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    I’m really sorry for your loss. She will be missed by all. My sincere condolences.
    Courage in these difficult times. Sincerely,


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      Thank you for your condolences, she will be greatly missed.
      I carry her memories with me forever. I loved Pat deeply. John


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    So sorry for your loss. You & Pat have been part of our lives since we moved to Hemmingford in the 70s. We have shared many times together through club activities, computer questions and everyday life. Once Covid 19 is over we will get together and reminisce about old times. Stay safe our good friend.

    Pat & Mike


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      Pat and Mike Lanctot,

      Thank you for your message and look forward to seeing you to reminisce about old times, John


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    I just learned of Pats passing tonight. I am so very sorry for your loss John. I remember Pat as such a hard working member of the CVKC and all the meetings at Mary and Charlie’s home. Blake and my thoughts are with you at this difficult time.

    Blake and Bev Farquhar


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    So very sorry to learn of Pat’s passing. She was a kind, fun person who will be long remembered by all. Our deepest sympathies, may your memories help you through inthis time of sorrow.


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      Thank you for your sympathy Pats memories will be be with me forever Pat is in a better place now, she had an a illnesses that just got worse as the time went on.


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    Jackie,
    Most sincere condolences at this difficult time. You’ve been on my mind

    Shirley


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    I’m so saddened to hear of Pat’s passing. My deepest sympathies, John. I’m keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. xo


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      Thank you, both of you have worked together for a good many years with the United Kennel club, I miss her deeply, she will be with me for ever


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    uncle Jackie. I m sorry to hear of aunt pats passing. please except our condolences our thoughts are with you . Brian and Sandra.


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    A sweet, gentle soul has gone. She made the world a better place. She made my life richer, always caring for my dogs in her loving home while I was away. Such a sense of loss for you, John. My deepest condolences. Angela


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      Hi Angela, I can’t find words to express the kind thoughts you said about Pat, with both enjoyed having your dogs stay with us when you we’re a way, they made themselves right at home. The house feels very empty and lonely without Pat, here spirit is here, time will heal, John


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    I’m so sorry to learn of Pat’s passing. She was a great and welcoming friend to the USA cavalier community. Bless you and your family,John


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    So many memories and times that we shared over 40+ years, some were fun and others were more difficult, but we were always there for each other. I am so sorry John that because of the CODV-19 virus no one was able to be there to help you, although as you mentioned the CLSC and Dr Hortop were there for Pat. I look forward to celebrating her life! Take care John.


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    My condolences, John, on the loss of your long time soul mate. I admired Pat and she was such a very good friend to the dog hobby. I feel for you in these difficult days and hope you will find strength in the good memories.


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    She was a wonderful woman, John. I will miss our daily discussions about dogs and life. She definitely won the Amazing Race! She was my rock and I am sure she was yours also – a true friend. You are in my thoughts at this time – please reach out anytime. Cherish the memories.


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      Bonnie, Thank you for the support you gave while I went through the sad times. your compassion and thoughts and love I always spoke about what you said and passed onto Pat.


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    Uncle Jackie,
    I was so sorry to hear of Auntie Pat’s passing. I cannot begin to fathom how it must be to have lived with someone for so long and then they are gone. I hope that you have lots of loving support around you at this very sad time.
    xoxo Cindy


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    Dear Jackie,
    I was saddened to learn of Pat’s passing from Lorne today. I have many memeries of Pat from my younger days.. when I was in high school I remember her very generously passing on to me some of her very nice clothes that she wasn’t wearing anymore. Made me feel very stylish!
    I also rememer her kindness and gentle spirit.
    My sincerest condolences,
    Niece


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    Uncle Jackie, I was so sad to learn of Auntie Pat’s passing. I cannot fathom how it must be to have lived with someone for so long and then have them gone. I am glad to know that you were able to spend time together at the end and I hope that you are receiving lots of love and support from those around you at this sad time.
    xoxo Cindy


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      thank you for kind words, maybe I will see you and the family after these crazy time we are in over Jackie


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    Our sincere condolences, Jackie. You and Pat have been together such a long, long time, about 65 years. I’ve known Pat since the mid-1950s, and Else’s known her since the ’80s, about half as long, and this message is from both of us. I’m thinking of all our visits and adventures together, in the Laurentians, the Town of Mount Royal, Calgary, Vancouver, and Ormstown. And Else remembers hospitality in Ormstown and a good visit out here in B.C. Pat will surely be missed.

    Lots of love,
    Lornie and Else


  18. RÉPONDRE // REPLY

    I have lost my dearest and most cherished friend Pat. We loved and supported each other for eighty years. Rest In Peace my friend


    1. RÉPONDRE // REPLY

      Thanks Marna, you were more than her closest friend, I always considered you as sisters. you new her since childhood, 2 years old. I sorry you could not be with but we are going through very strange times these day’s. Pat understood that and knew you where in spirit. John


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    I will so miss our talks on everything including solving the worlds issues and mostly our beloved dogs.
    Memories will be forever. True friends live on forever.
    John you are in my thoughts at this time of loss.