Patricia Helen Gill (nee Ozubko)

May 1, 1937 - July 7, 2024
July 10, 2024 8 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

It is with great sadness that the family of Patricia Gill announces her passing at 87 years.


We are so proud of her strength and we consider her a champion of all fighters.


Pat will be dearly missed by her family and is survived by children Pam (Wayne), Sue (Greg), Brian (Natalie), Kim (Scott); 10 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great grandson; as well as her youngest brother Don (Darlene); sister-in-law Gail; brother-in-law Larry, and many nieces and nephews.


She is predeceased by her parents Peter and Josie Ozubko; siblings Joan, Marlene, Bob, Linda, and Sharon; brothers-in-law Ron and Jim.


The family wishes to extend a sincere thank-you to Dr. Brian Chew for his kind and compassionate care.


No funeral service will be held.

  1. Love you Mom, your battle is finally over, may you rest in peace

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  3. Rest easy grandma. I’ll always be grateful for the life time of love and memories you brought to my family. I’ll see you on the other side.

  4. Mom you were a fighter right up to the end❣️You fought to stay with us much longer then your body would let you – though your spirit & mind overcame the odds many times before❤️. Our hope is that you are laughing & catching up on old times & memories with all your loved ones waiting to be reunited with you again! Relax now Mom your worries are over , your body is rejuvenated & you are enjoying some well earned time to enjoy the sunshine & smell the flowers. You loved flowers🌹❣️We are Blessed To Have The Best Guardian Angel Looking Down On Us All ——-We Call Her MOM ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️Love You To The Moon & Back – Don’t Let The Bedbugs Bite! Till We Meet Again – Lots Of Love Sue , Greg , Nathan, Joel , Dana , Ariella ,Nolan & Damon. 🌹❤️🥰🌹

  5. Ma I’m going to miss you so much we will always be together and not a day will go by that I won’t be thinking of you have a good rest now you where the best a son could ever have you stuck by my side from the day I was born until your last peaceful breath I’m going to miss you and love you so much I get signs everyday that your still in my life love you ma

  6. I’m so proud of my Grandma. She fought some tough ass battles and survived them all. She left this earth being one of greatest loves of my life with so many memories near and far. Life and death are so crazy. As I’m sure my Grandma was one of the first to see me alive, seeing her in her last days was just an unreal moment. A life full of memories flooded back to my brain and in that moment I was in awe of her! what an amazing woman she was ❤️. She fought for everything she loved! I will always remember her determination to get what’s she wants, even through her final days. I love you Grandma and I’m so glad you are at peace with all your angels.

  7. Grandma,
    You were the strongest most independent person that I knew. I never had to guess how you were feeling or how the day had been going. You were blunt and to the point and I respected that so much about you. You were also so loving. You always knew what myself and my family were up to and always remembered every one of our birthdays. We all looked forward to your Happy Birthday phone calls.
    We all love you so much.
    Greg, Carrie, Mikayla, Ryan and Noah.

    Rest in peace Grandma. Forever in my heart.

  8. Auntie Pat,
    I hold so many childhood memories of spending summers with you at the house, visiting you at the bowling alley and chatting when you got home from work and you were always quick with that laugh of yours! Your perseverance through adversity with you head held high was second to none. Your strength, determination, independence and love for your family was always at the forefront.

    It is time for you to rest and rejoice with your mom, dad, brother and sisters, I know they are waiting to see you. Love you, Michelle xo

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