Obituary of Patricia A. Hodgdon
Patricia Hodgdon passed away on January 31, 2024, at 6:43 pm. Patricia had multiple illnesses. Patricia was a CNA. Patricia was also a Native American. Patricia loved to be called Pat and if you called her Patricia, she would give you that look like "What did you just call me?".
Patricia is leaving multiple families behind, brother and sister Noella Curtis, and Peter Tolman, her daughter Michelle Verrill, her son Christopher Verrill, Tory Beerman, and three other kids.
She is also leaving behind her grandkids, Tierra Watson and her husband David Watson, Skyla Gray, Ashley Seekins, Starsha Beerman, Sierra, Natasha, Chris, James, Sabrina Harriman, and Calvin Beerman. Her great-grandkids, Nathaniel Seekins, Calvin Beerman, Jojo and Amor, Little Warren, Jerika, and David lll, Brayden, Jeremy Gray ll, her nieces and nephews Carrie, Tammy, Billy and her great nieces and nephews, Christopher, Tanisha, Kaitlin, and their children.
This woman was a strong independent woman. She would call you just to let you know what the weather was, even if you watched the news. She would call you to ask you for a ride and if you told her that you couldn't be there right that minute, she would turn around and call a taxi. This woman took no poop from anybody, you must be around with her grandkids, her kids, anybody that she loved.
Pat was one of those ladies who no matter what she got, would keep it. She kept pictures way back when her kids were young. She was a one-of-a-kind type of woman that some could stand to be around, and some couldn't.
She might have left us having Dementia but she could remember everyone and pretty much everything. One memory we are never going to forget is her telling her grandkids that they don't need a boyfriend. Another memory we are always going to remember is her telling us that we needed to finish school. One thing we are all going to remember is that Pat used to tell us every day that no matter what happens to her, she will be right there next to us. She fought so much in life to become the woman she became, one of the best things that happened was she was still laughing, joking, and as some would call it flirting.
God took an angel. You will truly be missed.