In memory of
Patricia Elaine Williams

Pat, as she liked to be known, was a loving and dedicated wife, mother and grandmother, a family lady with her love of tennis, gardening and cooking, well known for her excellent scones and flapjacks!

Pat was born in Chester on 29th March 1933 to Dorothy Jane Jones and John Ormsby Jones, a Piano teacher and the editor at the Nantwich Chronicle.

As well as her parents, she lived with her Granny, Sarah Elizabeth Jones & 2 cats, Tish and Tosh. She attended the local Primary School before Nantwich Grammar, where she met her lifelong friends Brenda & Renee.

Aged 16, she left home and went to study for the Post Office in Crewe and Nottingham. 2 years later her desire to see more of the world meant the family moved to TorREAD MORE> onto, Canada, however only for 1 year before they returned home.

At work back in the UK, Pat met Arthur and after a few years, on the 17th September 1960 they were married. 5-years later they added to their family with the arrival of Christine.

Throughout her life she maintained her love of music, tennis, bowls and table tennis and despite not having their own pets, she showed her love of cats with those that lived with Christine, Stuart, Megan & Sarah.
Despite the love of North Wales she shared with Arthur, she was happiest living near to and watching her daughter and granddaughters grow up and thrive in their lives.

Pat kept very fit and healthy for many years until the last 2 years of her life, when her health and mobility deteriorated rapidly.

She peacefully passed away with her immediately family at her side on 2nd May 2021

Created by Christine Branch


Patricia Elaine Williams's sycamore tributes


Donated by: Brenda Allin


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With love to a very dear friend since we were 11 years old.


Donated by: Linda Oppermann


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In memory of our lovely, lovely friend


Donated by: Stan Palmer


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A lovely friend for many years. love Stan and Alma