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Patricia Ann "Pat" Tumbridge

January 13, 1956 - May 6, 2017

Patricia Ann Tumbridge, 61 , passed away May 6, 2017. She is the daughter of Joan and the late Anthony Cangiano. Besides her dad she is predeceased by her brother, Butch. Patricia was the oldest of 4 siblings. She enjoyed being the oldest and babysitting her younger siblings. After her many years as an experienced babysitter Patricia decided to attend college where she successfully completed nursing school becoming a licensed LNP. Following her certification Patricia went on to work in the OBGYN critical care unit with infants.  Patricia was an active member of Lake View Community Church where she assisted with Bible Study regularly until her illness restricted her from attending.

Besides her mother she is survived by her loving husband, John Tumbride; sons, John and Jeffery Tumbridge; sister Gina Kissam; brother, Dan Cangiano; Nieces and nephews, Kaitlyn, Kayla, Monique, Alexandria, Erin, Christina, William, Stefiano, Jon, Caitlyn and Nicole.


Words from Pat: “Mom & Dad: First I want to say bless the name of the LORD Jesus. He has blessed us immensely by giving us a family with good parents who taught us how to love each other. Thru all things, bad, good, hard and easy, we have always loved one another with a deep & abiding love. You both have been a beautiful and wonderful example of love thru all things, and of all creatures, & commitment to your spouse. I only hope my sister, that I can follow your example of commitment and love to my family. May the Lord bless you and may you always abound in his glorious love for you. We bless and praise the holy name of Jesus.”

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