Obituary of Patricia Pierce
Born July 17, 1951 in Saratoga Springs, NY she was the daughter of George and Veronica (Loughnane) Pierce. Patricia graduated from Schuylerville High in 1969.
A resident of Hoosick Falls for the past 5 years, she enjoyed working at The Market Wagon store in Bennington VT.
Her favorite things were spending time with her daughter, her grandchildren and great-granddaughter. She blessed many people with her paintings, garden knowledge and products. She was known for her love of her dogs Buddy, Audrey and Minnie. She was an avid reader, loved working in her flower gardens and watching her chickens in the yard.
She will be deeply missed by the members of the Green Mountain Mennonite Fellowship in Bennington who have greatly helped and supported her during her illness. She enjoyed spending time with her church family and friends who affectionately called her “Nan”.
Patricia was predeceased by her parents George and Veronica Pierce.
She leaves behind her daughter, Delia Stine and husband Dean of Hudson Falls; her grandchildren Mary Macica (William Wilcox) of Ft Ann, Johnathan Macica , Jacob Macica, Mikayla Sherman, James Stine; and great granddaughter Scarlette Annabelle Rose McMahon. her sister, Joanne (Clinton) Kemp of NH and her children, Stacy (Richard) Biggie of VA, Carin Debuke of Greenwich, Jennifer (Chuck) Rogers of TX, Robert “RJ” Tucker of TX, Gordon (Holly) Kemp of NH, Benjamin (Erica) Kemp of Corinth and many great nieces and nephews along with several great -great nieces and nephews.
Friends and family may call on Monday June 4, 2018 from 5-7pm at Flynn Bros. Inc. Funeral Home, 13 Gates Ave., Schuylerville, and on Tuesday June 5, 2018 from 4-7pm at Green Mountain Mennonite Church in Bennington, VT. A funeral service will be held Wednesday June 6, 2018 at Green Mountain Mennonite Church in Bennington at 10 am followed by a graveside service in the Greenwich Cemetery, Greenwich, NY.
Donations and memorials for those who wish, may be made to Green Mountain Mennonite Church in Bennington or to Rensselaer County Hospice.