Patricia D. 'Patti' Powers
  • Memorial donations may be made to Hospice of the North Shore & Greater Boston, 75 Sylvan Street, Ste. B-102, Danvers, MA 01923.

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Patti, although our friendship was short it was sweet and I wish you peace!

Posted by: Rose - Northbridge, MA   Feb 26, 2015

Patti, You were my guiding support for all my years at Shipley. I loved your happy spirit no matter what was happening. We surely had some fun and pranks. Now you are with the real unicorns and gnomes. I can only imagine that you are helping there like you did here.

Posted by: Ed Couble - BROCKTON, MA - co-worker   Feb 22, 2013

Who would ever have thought that when we met in 1969 that we would become such dear friends and remain as dear friiends right up until your rend, but not a good bye. We had so much fun together traveling and taking photos of everything we saw and I even got you to see places so near to where you lived that you had never taken the time to see. Your trips to CA were lots of fun as well

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Posted by: Dottie Stanley - Prescott, AZ - Dear Friend   Feb 21, 2013

Patti, you were such a big part of our family for many years. We will miss you! Love all the Greenaways

Posted by: Lyn Greenaway - Cypress, TX - Friend   Feb 20, 2013

I was born with three sisters and blessed with a fourth through friendship! Among the many things my "big sis" taught me were; how to make a bracelet out of gum wrappers, the language of gibberish which drove my parents crazy, the fine art of dancing which we practiced every Saturday in our dance studio (aka the living room on Taylor Street). Those seemingly little lessons made a big impact in my life and I'll treasure them forever. But the

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Posted by: Bernadette Scalese - Waltham, MA - Friend   Feb 18, 2013

Patti you were and always will be my best friend. We had a very unusual connection that only you and I understood. I loved you since the minute we met, yesterday, today, and tomorrow. I will miss your talks, your hugs, your honesty and compassion. Until we meet again - this isn't good-bye, but see you again. I love you forever.

Posted by: Loretta Murren - Marlboro, MA - Friend   Feb 17, 2013

Patti, you will be missed. It was always nice seeing you when you were having your hair done and you always enjoyed our stories and jokes. Rest in peace and have fun taking care of all our pets up there for us.

Posted by: Laura P. - Waltham, MA - Friend   Feb 17, 2013