Rochester NY: Age 62, passed peacefully on June 3, 2016 surrounded by the comforting love of her children. Patricia was an employee of University of Rochester, Payroll Services at the time of her passing. She was due to retire on June 10, 2016. Patricia (Pat Chatt) was also a beloved former employee of the Rochester City School District for nearly 30 years. She spoke often and dearly about her friendships gained through both employers.
Patricia was a private and introspective person who enjoyed her crossword puzzles, reading, solitaire and game shows; especially Family Feud with Steve Harvey. She loved spending time with her Children and Grandson Brody. Patricia was predeceased by her Mother Thelma Jean Chatt and Father Peter J. Chatt. She leaves behind only on this Earth but not in Spirit, her Daughter Maria Martusciello, Son Peter Martusciello (Julie) Son Michael Hotaling and Grandson Brody Hotaling. Siblings Terry Ann Chatt Mason, Cheryl Ann Chatt, Patrick Chatt, Thomas Chatt.
The family of Patricia Picard would like to thank the entire staff at Pluta Cancer Center in Rochester NY. Many heartfelt thanks to her amazing Oncologist, Dr. Alissa Huston, MD and every member of her team. And lastly, the Angels of VNS for your compassionate care of Patricia and her Children during her Hospice journey.
A Celebration of Patricia’s Life will be held on Saturday June 11, 2016 at WhiteHaven Memorial Park in the All Seasons Chapel beginning at 12:00 P.M.
May you rest in peace
I thought of you with love today
but that is nothing new
I thought about you yesterday
and days before that too,
I think of you in silence
I often speak your name
All I have are memories
and your picture in a frame
Your memory is my keepsake
with which I’ll never part
God has you in His keeping
I have you in my heart.
Pat was an amazing woman. I only knew her through a work capacity but she was incredible. Pat knew her job very well and the UR benefited by having her a part of it. She will be sadly missed. My heart goes out the her family. Peace
My deepest sympathies go out to Pat’s family and coworkers in the Payroll dept. at the U of R. I am wishing you peace and sending prayers. I worked with Pat through the U of R from another dept. I would speak to Pat on a daily basis by phone. One day a few years ago I needed to stop in at the payroll office. I happened to ask at the window if Pat was there before I left. Pat came out to meet and greet me:) She was always so kind and patient with all the employees calls. I will miss Pat and am so happy that I had the opportunity in Life to meet her. RIP dear Pat.
Deep and sincere sympathy to Pat’s Family, Friends, and colleagues in Payroll. Over many years, we solved problems and resolved issues together for lots of employees. She was a lovely person and will be missed by many here. May you all find peace and comfort in the days to come.
My heart goes out to her family & others co/worker through payroll @, the U of R I am there housekeeper @ U of R I would truly miss Pat she was a kind loving person inside of U of R always greet me with a smile & always made me smile every time I walk in payroll now @ the U of R I look over @ corner & say to myself she’s @ peace now with no more pain & suffering god call you home I’m gonna miss you Pat
I miss you sooo sooo much. My morning is.. it’s out of balance. 10 years 48 weeks 40 hours a week.. everyday. 3 years ago in the doctors office when we listened to the doctor.. I never thought that it would win.. you did everything, you are a true hero and I hope that you know how much you are loved and missed. I hope that you have found peace. It’s hard for those left behind- God speed my friend. Love you
And to the family – she was a great lady and loved you all -especially Brody. My sincere condolences
Know that now you are gone you have left an amazing legacy. The love and respect from all who knew you is undeniable. More importantly, your children and grandson have nothing but fond memories of you. Their admiration is endless and you are missed by all of us. Continue to fly high. Love you always.
Your big sis…Terry