Cochrane, Patricia Jane (Seldon), was born in 1933 to A. Laurence and Alberta (Smith) Seldon of Liverpool, Nova Scotia. Pat graduated from Liverpool High School followed by a bachelor degree from Acadia University where she met life long friends and the love of her life, King Cochrane. After Acadia, Pat moved briefly to Montreal prior to marrying King and ultimately returning to Liverpool where she and King raised four children and became strong contributors to the Liverpool community.
Pat was a big believer in giving back to her community. She volunteered to a diverse range of groups from the Winds of Change Drama Society, Trinity Anglican Church, Liverpool Hospital Auxiliary, School Board, Children’s Aid, to the Acadia Alumni Board and generously supported many more.
Pat will be missed by a great number of people. Always the life of the party, she truly loved her friends and enjoyed making new ones. Never one to let the world pass her by, Pat travelled extensively, realized many of her dreams and was game for just about anything including zip lining at 80! Her hobbies over the years included being a dedicated horse show / basketball / hockey mom, old bottle archeologist, avid swimmer, curler, bowler, over night canoe tripper, skier and passionate sailor. In her later years she was active in the Seaside Bridge Club and the Seaside Strummers Ukulele group.
Pat is survived by her sister Lynn Seldon of Liverpool, and her four children, Lynn Cochrane (Barry Taylor) of Chester, Jamie Cochrane (Barbara Meagher) of Bridgewater, Larry Cochrane (Katharina Seitz) of Liverpool, Jill Swain (Graeme Swain) of Ardoise and her beloved grandchildren, Emma, Katie, Mark, Carter, Franci and Sammy. Her passing leaves a huge hole in all our hearts.
A service will be held Tuesday, August 17th, 2021, at 11:00am, from Trinity Anglican Church, Liverpool. Those attending Pat’s service are reminded that COVID-19 protocols are in place. Please wear a mask, hand sanitize, provide contact tracing information and practice physical distancing wherever possible. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Queens General Hospital Foundation or to Trinity Anglican Church.
In lieu of a reception following the service the family would like to invite you to join them in a Celebration of Pat’s Life on September 18th, at 2:00 pm at her home in Liverpool. It was Pat’s request that a Jimmy Buffet theme set the tone of the event so colorful is the key word here.
The family would like to thank Dr. Jamie McKinnon, Natalie Brooks (Palliative Care), VON, and her dedicated team of care givers, Betty Tarr, Gail Hemeon, Bev Hann and Howard Pearson. Each in their own way helped make a difficult time much easier.
To share memories or condolences, please visit www.chandlersfuneral.com
To see a recording of Pat’s service, please click on the link below
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So very sorry for your loss. I first met Pat when I came to Liverpool back in 1959 through playing basketball. My Deepest Condolences to you all. She was a great lady and will be missed by many.
Jamie, Larry, Jill, Lynn and family
Words cannot express the feeling of sadness I have on hearing of your mom’s passing. She was a true lady in all ways and I will miss her dearly
To all of Pat’s family:
It’s a sad day to see of Pat’s passing. She was such a beautiful lady, and a lovely soul. Her smile could just melt your heart. She would always speak whenever we met, and I truly admired her.
Margo Hanley & Arthur Canning
To Lynn and All Of the Family
So sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you all
Dr. Debra Gowan
It is with great sadness that I read this today. I had the privilege of meeting and caring for this lovely lady for a few months prior to my retirement. It was a privilege getting to know her … it was evident how much she loved life and her family …. She will be missed.
Gordon and Jackie Eisnor
Lynn,Jamie,Larry and Jill and families: So very sorry to hear of your mom’s passing.Our most sincere condolences to all Pat’s relatives.
Lynn and family
Sorry to hear about your mom. She was a beautiful lady inside and out. The Monday clam chowder lunches in high school always bring back a great memory.
Karen & Hugh
I was so sorry to hear the news this morning. Pat was a beautiful woman, in every way and seemed to touch anyone in her presence with her warmth and curious spirit. We got to know one another during Winds of Change productions many years ago and continued to have interesting conversations whenever our paths crossed. She will be sadly missed by many. Deepest condolences to the family, the center of her of world. You were blessed to have such a wonderful mother. Rest in Peace, Pat.
Dennis & Sherri Harrington
Sending sincere condolences to the family.
So sad to see this. I always loved to see Pat when I was in Greenfield visiting my nan, no matter how old I was. May she rest in paradise, love to all the family. ❤️
Charlotte, Bob and Peggy Kelley
Lynn and Pat’s family. Please accept our sincere condolences. May your wonderful memories help you through the difficult days ahead.
Ian & Shauna Corbett
Condolences to you all. So sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful mother and an asset to the community.
A lovely lady who will be missed and I offer my condolences to her family. Remember the happy times.
Marie and Carl Davis
Shocked to learn of Pat’s death. My deepest sympathy goes out to Lynn and all the family. She was a wonderful person.
Larry, Katharina and family,
I am so sorry to hear of Pat’s passing. Thinking of you all at this difficult time
Dear Lynn, Jamie, Larry, and Jill, and all the family,
I was very sorry to hear of the passing of this sister, mother and grandmother. There are so many beautiful memories, and I pray that these comfort you in this sad time.
My deepest condolences to you all.
Del and Lois Sparkes
To The Cochrane Family
We are so sorry to hear about your Mother’s passing. We were always impressed with your Mother in every situation. She was a wonderful neighbour and friend.
David & Judy Whynott of mersey point
Jamie and all of pats family our sincere condolences. A very wonderfull lady to all she knew.
Bless you all for your loss.
Jamie I am so sorry over the loss of your Mother. I know how much it hurts. Love and sympathy to you and all your family…love Tania MacNeill. ♡❤
Robert / Marjorie MacGowan
We were sad to hear of Pat’s passing. Our sincere condolences to all the family.
To the family .
I was surprised to hear of Pat’s passing .
I looked after her Dad And Mom many years ago and she was a delight when she came to visit them we always had a laugh a special lady .
Condolences to the family .
So sad to hear the passing of this great lady . I met Pat in the sailing world , she taught me a few things , she was such fun and a beautiful classy woman .May her soul dance over the waves and soar high into the wind . My condolences to her family .
To Pat’s family, so sorry to see that Pat has passed. She was one of the finest ladies I’ve ever had the pleasure to meet.Always kind & a super welcoming smile.Heaven must have needed a special Angel. Rest easy. You will be missed.
Diane and Donald White
Our most sincere condolences to you all, Pat was just a lovely lady.
Diane and Donald White
Vernon & Joyce Hawkes
We were saddened to learn of Pat’s Passing. She was a lovely lady. Treasure your Memories. Our Condolences to all the family. Our thoughts and Prayers are with you.
My sincerest condolences. Pat loved to play Bridge, as did my late wife, and they played many games together in the past few years. Perhaps now they can continue with the game
wherever they may meet up. Rest In Peace Pat.
To the Family of Lynn Cochran;
So sorry for your loss, Pat was a lovely and gracious lady, I was pleased to call her a friend.
RIP my friend.
Larry, Jamie and family.
My heart goes out to you at this time.
My fondest memory of your mom, is truly a Pat Cochrane moment. I was leaving the boathouse from swimming one afternoon on my bicycle, as I rounded the corner near your cottage, a dirt bike collided with me
Throwing me into the woods. There I lay howling…I look up and see your mom, dressed in a yellow pantsuit. High heels, and a wonderful yellow brimmed hat. She made her way into the ditch to soothe me, then drove me to my mom.
A few choice words for the guy on the bike I may add.
I never forgot her kindness and compassion.
My deepest sympathies
Pat was always such a joy to talk to. She was interested and interesting. Truly someone who was a student of life and enjoyed each moment. So sad to see this. She, and her energy, will be missed
So very sorry to hear this very sad news. It just doesn’t seem possible that Pat has passed away. She just seemed timeless. Was a beautiful person , lady, friend and parent. She will be so missed by so many. RIP Pat . You did it all and did it so well.
To Pat’s Family. I am so sorry for your loss. I had a brief chat with Pat a few weeks ago. She was always a delightful lady to talk with and she always asked me how my Mom, Rita Dagley, was. My Mom had a special place in her heart for Pat, who always greeted mom with a hug and a huge smile. My Sincere condolences.
My condolences to the family. Pat had a presence wherever she was. I enjoyed knowing her. Rest In Peace Pat.
Dear Lynn, Jamie, Larry, Jill and families,
It seems like the world has ended. I thought your mom would live forever, and with her and in her, lived on my mom and dad. I am so very sorry to learn of Pat’s passing. She was simply the most wonderful woman and such a joy in all our lives. I know your hearts must hurt, and that you will miss her terribly. My deepest love for you all.
To all of Pat’s family and the entire community, I give my sincere condolences. We were all blessed to have known her. She was a truly gracious lady. Her curiosity and sense of humor were evident even until her last days.
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. I am thinking of you and our family. My prayers and condolences.
I had the privilege and pleasure of caring for Pat through VON. She would often greet me at the door, always with a smile.
An extraordinary lady who will be deeply missed.
My sincere condolences to her entire family.
Anne (Leaman) Conrad
Lynn, Jamie, Larry, Jill and families
Pat was a very beautiful woman and loved by so many!! Our family had a wonderful connection with your mom and dad, one which she and I talked about every time we ran into each other. I will miss those chats!!
Thinking of you all!
My sincere condolences in the loss of your Mom. I met her when I was in my early twenties at the cottage in Greenfield, and thought that she was just so young and fun! I am sure that your many wonderful memories of her will give you the strength to get through this difficult time.
Lynn and all Pat`s Family:
Sorry to learn of your loss. First met her while playing high school basketball with Lynn. Over the years the post
office was our chat place. Always enjoyed our talks. She was a beautiful person. R.I.P. PAT
My heart goes out to her family; Pat was truly a unique woman who is going to be missed by all.
Lynn and Family. So sorry for your loss. Pat was a special person, we had a lot of fun in AMI over the years.
Pat was loveliness and graciousness exemplar. Under that beauty she was so strong and courageous. I so enjoyed her company. She was especially supportive when I lost my husband. She will be greatly missed by many. A full and generous life.
Condolences to all the family. I often think of you all as my home was where your Mom’s house now stands. You guys lived in the Freeman house next door. I often wonder where you ended up. My memories of Pat & King are still fresh in my mind after al these years. God Bless and keep your memories fresh by talking about family good times. Remember my mom “Shermie ” who used to keep you when you parents took trips.
So sorry for your loss. Our hearts are with you. Pat was a remarkable lady.
Sincerely Bonnie Ramey and Jeff Emenau
I wish to offer sincere condolences to the family of Pat Cochrane..I had the pleasure of meeting her several years ago.Her zest for life was amazing to see.Whenever I hear the song “Margarettaville”I think of her ,as I knew it was a well liked song of hers..I wish you all the strength that Pat would wish for each of you during this time,never missing an opportunity to embrace and celebrate the lives you have been given.
Lynn, Jamie, Larry and Jill, I was shocked to see this today. Pat was a very special lady and always seemed full of life. Look after each other in the difficult days ahead and know that I am thinking about you.
My sincerest wishes to all of the COCHRANE family of which I have been part of although at a distance for most of my life.
Pat and I have been like brother and sister as our fathers were lifelong pals as the local druggist and community doctor and we both married COCHRANE siblings King and Grace
Many musical nights were enjoyed together
Pete and Susan Ferguson
Jamie, Larry, Lynn and Jill, and your families,
I am so very sorry to hear of your mum’s passing. She was a special person. I will always remember how generous she was to us, as well as her engaging smile and laugh. She was always truly interested in how everyone was doing. We hope that fond memories of happy times will be of consolation to you, as well as knowing that so many people are thinking about her and about you. We will definitely need to find ourselves a margarita on Sept. 18 and join you in spirit!. With sincere sympathy,
Pete and Susan
Butch and Loretta Cook
Sincere condolences to Lynn, Jamie, Larry, JIll and their spouses and lovely grandchildren and sister Lynn. Your mother’s kindness, thoughtfulness and sense of humour is portrayed in all of you. She was a wonderful lady, clever and great bridge player and friend. We will miss her forever. ❤️
I am so sad to hear that Pat has passed away. She has been a good friend for many years. Sending love and sympathy to her family.
Larry, Jamie & Family,
On behalf of all of us at Brady’s & Liverpool HH, sincere condolences on your mothers passing.
Stew & Cheryl Horton
To the Cochrane family
Pat was someone I looked up to. Beautiful, athletic, fun loving, strong and hard working.
I will always remember her that way.
My sincere condolences.
I’m so saddened to hear this news. It was the dear little ukulele that connected me to Pat and I will always remember her for her kindness and generosity.
Dear Lynn, Jamie, Larry and Jill,
I just read the sad news about the passing of your mum. She was such an incredible, vibrant individual who always had a lovely, ready smile. As a boy I used to walk down from our cottage in Greenfield to yours just to see that smile.
While the light of that smile is now gone the light and love that she shone on you, your respective families and grandchildren shines forever on. Celebrate that light, Pat’s life, and her story and she will forever shine on.
Love and strength to you all during this dark time.
Philip and Debbie Melanson
To the family. I was so sad to read this. Your Mom was always very caring and happy. She always made me feel as if I had just seen her, no matter the amount of time that had passed. She had a smile that lit up a room. Please accept our condolences.
John and Nancy Leefe
Dear Cochrane Family, How deeply Nancy and I regret learning of Pat’s passing. We have been friends since our arrival in Liverpool many years ago. At that time, she was 39, an age that never changed. Full of fun, wise, a great mother and an engaged citizen, she was truly loved and deeply respected by so many. She bequeaths her lovely smile to all who have travelled life’s path with her. She leaves nothing but happy memories. Who could ask a better remembrance.
Condolences to Pat’s family and good friends. She was a lively and engaged member of the community and helped bring joy into many people lives. Funny, but yesterday I stopped by the see Wendy Wickwire and Michael and Pat and King came up as we remenised about Liverpool while swimming in a lovely secluded nearby lake out here on the Other Coast. She lived a lively and engaging life. RIP Pat and may her children and family continue to cherish her memory.
Yesterday was a sad day for me, and many others im sure. Pat was an angel in human form, but now she is a true angel. You have created so many memories for me, and you never failed to put a smile on my face! Pat always saw the best in everyone, if she saw me she would invite me in and offer some tea and treats. We would have the most wonderful chats. And she would sit on the hammock with me, and wed sit there for so long. Words have failed to express my sadness and emotions, but one thing I can say is that I love and miss you. Until we meet again Hope you all are doing well
Stephanie Clarke (Ottawa)
I am so sorry to hear about Pat’s passing. I have many fond memories of growing up at Seaside Stables as the Cochrane family (Jill) shared their love of horses with me as a young girl. Pat’s home was always a place of warmth and comfort and I cherish our time spent together. My thoughts are with all of you. I am sure the special memories that you have of your mom will bring you great comfort.
I’m so sorry to learn of Pat’s death. She was a special lady. Cherish the memories.
I did not realize how sick Pat was. I actually introduced your Mom and Dad at Acadia, way back when. Although we didn’t see each often,, when we spent time together it was special.. I even attended the first horse show in Truro! ,stayed with her in Halifax and visited in Liverpool. I will miss her as many others will also..Jean Sutherland
David and Diane Bell
Condolences to all of the Cochranes. She was a wonderful and elegant woman important in the fabric of Liverpool . She had a great sense of humor and I have great memories of her antics in Greenfield. Our thoughts are with you at this time.
Dear Jamie, Barb and the entire Cochrane family, I am sending heartfelt condolences to you on the loss of your Mom (Grammie). I know how special her time on this earth has been, creating ‘forever memories’ to cherish always. Her spirit and sheer enjoyment of life will continue to live on in all of you.
Barb and Ulf
My sincere condolences to all who knew and loved Pat. She was a community loved icon and will be missed by so many. I always knew Pat as a friend of the family and a sports cheer leader of many teams I was involved with. But I loved her as a neighbourhood friend. She welcomed Ulf and I, my children and grandchildren. We shared many laughs over the years and she and King were a part of many stories we still enjoy. RIP Pat.
To all of her family I am sure you all have many wonderful stories and memories that will help you through this most difficult time.
Dear Jamie, Lynn, Larry, Jill;
I was saddened to hear of Mrs Cochrane’s passing. She will always be Mrs Cochrane in my memories, down at the end of Waterloo Street with a busy household that was welcoming to the kids on the street like myself. Football games in the front yard and horses in the back there was always a source of fascination to be found. Mrs Cochrane was kind and welcoming, a fun loving wonderful person with a twinkle in her eye, a little tease and a huge sense of humour.
King showed me how to shoot straight and drove me to many hockey games in Bridgewater before the rink was built. I was honoured to set the birds for King on one of his final hunts at Indian Garden Farms preserve many years ago.
Jamie introduced me to woodcock hunting over an English Setter setter in high school and it never wore off. Today I have some Setters of my own.
Although I know there is great sadness with your mother’s passing at this time there is greater joy in the memories of a wonderful mother and a life well lived.
Thank you Mrs Cochrane and the Cochrane family for the friendship and fun.
George and Marianne Morrison
Lorna & Stewart MacPherson
Dear Lynn, Jamie, Jill, Larry & families,
We are so very saddened to hear of Pat’s death. A poised, beautiful, funny woman who was also a partner in crime with our mother. The antics and shenanigans of the two have helped us manage our broken hearts. It just seemed like Pat was ageless. To say that she will be missed is an understatement. I have a feeling that there is a lot of dancing, laughing and bridge playing happening, with people that have been waiting for her to join them. To the Cochrane family, our sincere condolences and love. Sincerely, Lorna & Stewart
Leora Boutilier Cavanagh .
Jamie and (Barb) i am so sorry to read this obituary . She was a beautiful lady . She will truly be missed by many . Our thoughts are with you at this very sad time .
Alan & Sheila Leard
We are so appreciative to have been friends of Patricia for over 30 years and we have also known her wonderful family
for a long time. We have spent a lot of time with the Cochrane’s over the years and we will miss Pat greatly who has been so wonderful to spend time with. We know it has been a wonderful time for your family to have such a wonderful mother.
I am so sorry to hear this sad news. Neighbours growing up on School Street, Pat referred to my aunt Betty as her big sister. Betty is now 93 and she will be very sad also to hear her little sister has passed away. Our sincere condolences to all the family.
My deepest condolences to the Cochrane family on the passing of Patricia. Pat was loved and like by all who met her. She will be greatly missed. Take care and God bless you all in this time of sorrow.
robert oris winters
jamie and barb sorry to hear of jamies mothers passing i am sure she was a fine woman and a good community advocate rip
Thinking of you, Lynn. My heart is sad. How hard it is to lose a mother. My mom passed twenty four years ago, and if it helps, she is still sooo alive in my heart. I wish that for you.
A great friend to Mom and Dad and a wonderful, wonderful woman. My deepest sympathies to the whole family. Pat’s was a life to celebrate and she’ll be missed.
Deepest condolences to all of Pat’s family. Pat was a wonderful person treating everyone the same. She will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her.
Dear Lynn, Rob and I would like to express our deepest condolences to you and your family.
Lynn, Jamie, Jill and Larry, I am shocked to read of your mom’s passing. I am sitting on the porch at the cottage and remembering very many years during which I was fortunate to have enjoyed a lot of her joy of life and her fun and her advice. A five o’clock rum on the deck with Pat was always welcome. The loon is calling through the mist this morning on a calm lake, perhaps it’s joining me in saying Godspeed.
Eden and Andrew MacVicar
Larry, Katharina and family,
I am so sorry for your loss. Having only lived in Liverpool for 4 years, I haven’t known Pat long, but it was such a pleasure to have had the opportunity. Her combination of spunk and class was unique and admirable. My kids enjoyed the chats with her when she was reading in her hammock and the special Halloween treats. She will be dearly missed. I can imagine there are countless fond memories that will keep her wonderful spirit alive. Our sincerest condolences.
Neil and Elizabeth Emenau
To the Cochrane families. We were sorry to hear the sad news of your Mother’s passing. Pat was truly a special person. Our condolences to all the families.
Dear Lynn and family….your Mom was a beautiful woman, in all repects. Thank you for sharing this lovely tribute to her, sharing insights into the many ways she impacted the world around her.
Susan and John
My deepest sympathy to Pat’s family. Remembering the fun times we had in Winds of Change.
Our sincerest condolences to Pat’s family. She was a lovely lady, always so kind and young in spirit. We always looked forward to seeing her at the bridge club. She will be missed.
Victoria Fraser, Donald Allan
Joanne Kelly Rudy
My most sincere sympathy to Pat’s family and friends.
sister-in-law of the late Eric Wright
So very sorry to hear about Pat’s passing….she was a ray of sunshine always with her beautiful smile and welcoming manner…. Sincere condolences to all her family…..Len and Nancy
John A. Anderson
Hi Jamie, I was saddened to learn about your Mom’s passing.
I never had the privilege to know your Mom but I do know the wonderful memories you have embedded in your heart will help you through this most difficult time.
My sincere condolences … John Anderson
D BLAKE CONRAD
So sorry to hear of Pat’s passing. Our thoughts are with you.
Betsy and Ian
It is clear from the wonderful tributes to Pat that we were so fortunate to have met her in AMI and were able to spend so many happy times with her over the years!! We join your family in remembering an amazing mother, grandmother, sister and friend!!
Ian and Betsy xox
Dear Lynne, Jamie, Larry and Jill,
We were shocked and saddened to hear of Pat’s death on Wednesday. With most 80-somethings, it’s expected but with Pat it was the opposite: she seemed to bypass the aging process altogether. She always brimmed with youthful enthusiasm and energy. Did she ever stop poking fun? Did she ever stop smiling? Maybe that was her secret formula! In Christmas letters, we told Pat to expect us for a visit the following summer. Alas, we didn’t follow through and we will all regret that for a long time. On Wednesday afternoon, Donnie Scott (who also lives in Victoria) dropped by for a visit and, as per usual, we got reminiscing about growing up in Liverpool. For some reason, it triggered a long account of the wonderful Pat Cochrane. Two hours later, we walked in the house to news that she had died. Given how tough it’s been for our family to process this loss, we can’t imagine how tough it’s been for you and your kids. She was a one-of-a-kind sister, mother, aunt, grandmother, and community member. Please know that we will always carry her memory in our hearts.
Wendy Wickwire and Michael M’Gonigle (and Leithen and Patrick M’Gonigle)
Jean and Wayne Cole and family
To The Family. So sorry for your loss. hugs to all.❤️❤️❤️
My deepest condolences to the Cochrane family. Pat was a very special person who will be missed by many. My thoughts are with you at during this difficult time.
Lynn, Jamie, Larry, Jill and family. Michelle and I are very saddened by the loss of your Mom. We recently had a good catch up with her on the phone and it was wonderful. You Mom held a very special place in my heart and was an important mentor when I was going through some difficult times in my life. We had so many good chats and yes a few of those were with a good drink in hand. I have fond memories at the horse shows of her taking care of all of us.and the fun we all had with her and your Dad. Who could forget at Windsor Exhibition when she invited the Carlton Show Band over for a drink at the trailer and we ended up driving them home to their motel.
Mothers teach us many things but what they don’t teach us is how to move forward without them. We are lucky to have had them so long into our adult lives and that is a special gift. Take care of each other as you move forward in to next stages of your life.with out her. She and your father are in all of you and always will be. Hugs and Love Esther and Michelle
To Pat’s family – so sorry for your loss. I met Pat when I moved to Liverpool to be close to my mom. Mom considered Pat one of her close friends. They were best friends in school and reconnected in later years. Pat was always fun to be around. She and mom had lots of laughs that I was glad to be a part of.
Jeff MacKean, France Gagnon, Magalie, Derek and Jordan
Dear Lynne Jamie, Larry and Jill:
Heartfelt condolences to you all. Pat was a special person with such a beautiful soul in so many ways. Someone that always makes you feel special and important is what Pat transcended to me and my family.
We will never forget her warm and welcoming smile every time we saw her. She seemed to have that “Patented” smile on full time, uniquely warming and sincere, giving way to genuine love and compassion, particularly towards those close to her and those in need.
We have lost a beautiful soul but the memories of such a caring and generous person is an example to follow and will live on forever.
……. another ICON moves along. We were fortunate enough to have grown up in Liverpool across the street from the Seldons. Over the years Pat raised the bar, becoming a quality Lady well worthy of admiration and respect. Marylin, Richard and Margi join me in extending our condolance – and a thank you for setting an example.
Dear Larry, Katharina, Sam and Franci, So sorry to learn of your mom’s passing. She was always smiling; beautiful lady. Memories are the legacy of love, cherish them .
Henry and Jennifer Mills
Christian, Tanja, Leonie und Max Seitz
Dear Larry, dear Loni,
dear Cochrane family,
when we heard that Pat is in a bad health condition, we wrote down some last words to her. Even though we knew that you only had a few days left with her, hearing about her death was a shock and made us very sad. It is always hard to lose a loved one, but it’s especially hard to lose a loved parent that you share so many beautiful memories with. Even though you are going through a hard time right now, it’s these beautiful memories with Pat that will stay with you forever. Those memories will give you the strength to be able to get through this hard time and look into the future, knowing that Pat would have wanted that. We will cherish all of the great times we got to spend with Pat, even though due to the distance it sadly weren’t that many.
Our thoughts are with you and with Pat, who we will keep in our hearts forever.
We’re sending you many hugs and hope that we will be able to see each other soon.
Christian, Tanja, Leonie and Max
Cochrane family, so sorry for your loss. Pat was a wonderful and thoughtful lady. Our thoughts are with you all.
Linda & Dennis MacKinnon
To all Pat’s Family we send our condolences. We knew Pat best through the Curling Club and through the Seaside Bridge Club and most recently our own little bubble Bridge Group. She was always upbeat and a pleasure to be with. We enjoyed her wonderful sense of humour and always enjoyed our conversations and visits with her. She was always a lady, kind and friendly to all. She will be greatly missed but we are so glad that we were able to know her and will cherish our memories. Linda & Dennis MacKinnon
To Pat’s dear family. Walter, and I extend our sincere condolences at this time of your precious loss
She was an amazing lady; whom many had the privilege to share moments with , over time. I’m very grateful to have known her; and am sure your sadness; can be lessened at times; when the occasion of happier days with her, arise in thought.
Jamie, I was so sorry to read of your mother’s passing. Sending sincere condolences to you and the rest of the family.
Karen and Terry Arthur
Pat left a positive influence on so many. Her generosity in giving my sons the opportunity to experience cottaging, her love of music, her integrity, laughter and love of life! An inspiration! Deepest Sympathies to all The Cochrane families.
Becky Oliver Williams
Heartfelt condolences to the family of Pat, always found her an amazing woman, with great kindness and understanding, a wonderful lady, she will be missed by all that knew her
Lynn, Jamie, Jill, Larry and Family,
I am so sorry to hear about your mum. She was always so warm and gracious, such a lady!, making every kid feel welcome in her home, cottage and barn. In later years, it was a highlight of my day to run into her in town. She was so proud of you all and interested in everything that was going on. I hope the impact she’s had on so many is of some comfort. My thoughts are with you.all.
Alison C Edwards
Dearest Jamie, Barb and the whole Cochrane clan,
We were so saddened to read of Pat’s passing. She was a very cool gal. Such a small world when she briefly connected with Alison’s dad Gordie. So very tough at any age to lose our final parent. Sending you all hugs during this sad time. Love Perry and Alison
Carmen O Neill
Sending heart felt condolences to the Cochrane family
Jamie, Barb, Emma & Katie,
Thinking of you and sending much love as you navigate the loss of such a very special person to you all. My sincere condolences.
To Larry and family
We were so sorry to learn of your Mother’s passing. Queens County has lost one its bright lights. Please accept our heartfelt condolences during your time of grief.
Peter and Cindy Rawding
Leon & Norma Robertson
Leon and I are so sorry to hear of Pat’s Passing. I grew up on the same street as Pat and always thought she was so pretty. She was always a very nice person and then we met up again after we moved back to the area. and also at ukulele. We had great time together playing and singing and a lot of laughs.
Our condolence to Pat’s family.
Leon & Norma
Doug & Dot Winters
Sorry to hear we lost Pat she was a very special person and touched many lives. I am sure we all have our favourite Pat stories and memories. Hold on to all your good memories and know that you are all in our thoughts at this time.
Doug & Dot Winters
To all of the Cochran’s family
My sincere condolences to you all. I have so many good memories of your mom. She, Lou and I had some jolly times together. I remember the two of them singing “Rubber Dolly” in the Lanes parking lot as the three of us walked back to Waterloo St. Late one night. What a hoot. She was one of the best! I think of her often. My very best to you all. Murray
To Pat’s family:
Pat was one of a kind. A beautiful lady. After I graduated high school a ladies basketball team was formed, in the late 50’s. That was when I got to know Pat. I remember we had a lobster party at her house and we had such fun!
Sending sincere condolences to all the family.
So sorry for your family loss Larry
Jamie, Barb, Emma, Katie and the Cochrane family,
My sincere condolences to you all on the loss of your sweet mom and Grammie. I have many fond memories of her warm welcomes at the cottage in Greenfield and her wonderful adventurous spirit. May she Rest in Peace and live on in your many memories of good times together. Take good care.
Catherine C Kelly Francoeur
Lynn, so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
To the whole Cochrane family:
Your Mom was awesome! Such energy and kindness. Both your Mom and Dad entertained all of us young ones on those Sugarloaf adventures. Laughter and smiles were always at hand. Last I saw your Mom was when I was giving blood in Halifax and she was working to make sure I had enough cookies and juice to get through the rest of the day. It is indeed sad to learn of Pat’s passing, but “wow” she made so many people happy. We will miss her. Take care of yourselves. We are thinking of all of you!
Love David Stevenson and the whole Stevenson Clan
Barry and Marcy Jones
To the Cochrane family
We are so sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. Our family and yours have many great memories together.
Your mother always made us feel welcome at your house.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your families.
So very sorry with love to all the family
Reid and Patricia Emenau
The Cochran’s family
Our sincere condolences on the passing of your beautiful mother. She always had that “special “ smile for everyone. Cherish your memories.
Walter and Elizabeth Bethell
Pat was a gracious, warm and caring person. Her passing is a loss for all who knew and loved her. She will remain a bright star in all our memories. Very happy to read more about Pat’s life story. We will miss her.
Terry & Stephanie Hurrell
Dear Lynn. Jamie, Larry, Jill and families: Memories of Liverpool and, especially, the Waterloo Street area flood into our minds and hearts, as we remember Pat and King, both such vital members of that community. Our thoughts go to you in your loss. Your mother was an amazing person, whose sense of humour and friendship transformed every situation. We knew Pat as a parent, neighbour, in Winds of Change. especially when she was a Hot Box Dancer with Marilyn Large in ‘Guys and Dolls’ and had to make a solo entry when she’d lost her earring! More recently, we knew Pat as a painter with her buddy, Audrey Milford. Such happy memories of a remarkable personality and friend.
Our love and best wishes, Terry & Stephanie Hurrell
Randi & Ted Dickie
Dear Lynn,Jamie, Larry, & Jill,
To each of you, your families and sister Lynn, we are so very sorry to hear of Pat’s passing. She has been a woman very much admired for all her attributes….” inside and out”. She leaves a beautiful legacy in all of you.
We so enjoyed our recent years of Bridge playing and are so grateful for a shared friendship. We will certainly miss her.
With deepest sympathy and love,
Randi & Ted