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Priscilla (Patty) Midboe

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Priscilla (Patty) Midboe

Place of birth: Putnam, CT

Religious affiliation: Catholic

Priscilla (Patty) J. Midboe of Winchester, Kentucky, passed away peacefully on Thursday, August 13th, 2020, in her home with her husband by her side.   She suffered with cancer the past eight months. 
Patty was born September 6, 1944 to George O’Connell and Simone Jolly in Putnam, Connecticut.  She completed her GED in 2005 in Grafton, ND.  She married Tim Midboe in 2001.  
Patty is survived by Tim, her husband of 18 years, Her children, Brenda (Bob)Lawrence, Walter Stratton (Lalanya Bargmann), Joe Ywanciow and Anita (Pete) Brousseau, Five grandchildren, eight great-grand children, numerous neices and nephews and her sisters Shirley Lynch, Susan Smith and Jane Dealncy.  She was predeceased by her grand parents, parents, sisters; Gloria Bernard, Beatrice Riley, Evelyn Mathieu, Dianne Mayo and Brothers Junior O’Connell and Paul O’Connell. 
Patty was a member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Winchester and enjoyed volunteering at the church food bank and for bingo.  She was a lifelong fan of the New York Giants and loved reading and going out to dinner with her friends from St. Joeseph’s.
She will be dearly missed by her beloved dogs, Deuce and Sandy and cats Mya, Nikki, Abbi and Hollie.
Visitation will be held on Wednesday, August 19th, at one PM at Scobee Funeral Home in Winchester.  A memorial service will follow at two o’clock.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to The American Cancer Society.

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  • Kristi Miller On

    Tim - Sending you all of our love. We are so happy that you and Patty found each other and had years filled with laughter and love. Patty will be missed terribly, but we are so grateful for the wonderful memories we have - from family holiday celebrations to the time Bennett and Lucas got to spend with you two on summer vacations, playing games and watching movies. Those are treasured times that we all hold dear.

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