Kathleen Patricia Hickley

February 3, 2021 8 Condolences Print Obituary

It is with great sadness that the family announce the passing of Kathleen Patricia Hickley on January 18, 2021 , at the age of 91. She was born In Faringdon, England, July 28, 1929.

She was a Teacher of Music, both piano and voice , until the age of 78. As well, in Saskatchewan, she was a festival adjudicator, and Choir Director. Music was very much a part of her life and passion.

She will be lovingly remembered by her family, daughter Hermione, grandson Harley(Rachel), great grandson Mason, and great granddaughter Orianna, and numerous friends.

She was predeceased by her husband John M. Hickley, and sister Jean deSouza and brother in law Tony deSouza in England.

Cremation has taken place and interment will take place at a later date.

  1. Sorry for your loss, Hermione. Your dad and mine worked together in the Nipawin Post Office. My mom, Linda, has many fond memories of your family.

  2. Condolences Hermione and Family
    Your Mother will always be remembered.

  3. I loved going to Pat for singing lessons when I was a kid. I was not a fan of lessons of any kind but I wouldn’t miss a lesson with Pat. As I write this I can still hear her laugh. Hugs and condolences to hermione and her family

  4. Sorry to hear of your mom’s passing, Hermione. She was one of the pillars of the local music community, leading both adult and youth choirs and teaching countless students. She was a classy lady and had a wonderful sense of humor……I have fond memories of her. Dawn Gates

  5. Your mom was my piano and voice teacher and set me on a path to become a music teacher with a love for singing. I still treasure the 4 page handwritten letter I received from her about 7 years ago where she discussed in detail where music and singing had taken me. May your memories be your blessing. She will always be remembered.

  6. Pat was a huge part of Nipawin’s music scene for many years. As John was a veteran she has been on our Legion widows list for many years. Condolences to her family on behalf of the Legion.

  7. I knew Pat in Nipawin. My mother,Marian Morrow, and Pat became good friends due in large to their overlapping activities in teaching choral and piano to students. And due to their work in the Anglican Church. I can well remember Pat’s performing of O Holy Night at the annual Christmas services.I know my mother would want to express her condolences to the family as I do.Our thoughts are with you.

    • My thoughts and prayers are with you Hermie and your family Your mother was a lovely lady

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