Patricia Lynn Senkiw

May 24, 2017 13 Condolences Print Obituary

September 27, 1957 - May 22, 2017

It is with heavy hearts the family announces the passing of Patricia Lynn Senkiw. On Monday May 22, Patti passed away peacefully in the care of the compassionate staff at the Grey Nuns Hospital. Patti will be remembered for her deep love of family. Her children and grandchildren were her absolute pride and joy. Her visits were often centered around a display of all the most recent photos of those she held so dear.

Patti was predeceased by the love of her life: Barry Alexander Mullins. Her family takes comfort in knowing that they are once again reunited to share in love, laughter, and merriment. She is lovingly remembered by her children: Casey Senkiw (Jenn), Valerie Dyer (John), and Kaitlyn Mullins. Her Grandchildren: Brandon, Hailey, Adam, and Justin. Siblings: Judy, Mike, and Carol.

A final farewell to commemorate a life well lived will take place at Trinity Funeral Home 10530 116st NW on Saturday May 27, 2017 at 2PM. Interment is to follow on a later date at Westlawn Memorial Gardens.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks you take the time to show your family how much you care. If you still wish to bring flowers, Lilacs are Patti’s favorite.

  1. My heart breaks for all of you, such a beautiful and caring women Pat was. So many fond memories growing up through my teenage and beyond years having Pat as well as Barry play an important role in those memories, they were like second parents. I am glad I had the opportunity to see her at your wedding Val, it was such a great time and many laughs shared. Rest easy Pat In your reunion with Barry and Judy. A beautiful soul taken too early. My love and thoughts are with all of you during this difficult time, I wish I could be there to hug you all. Lots of love and hugs, Allyson xoxoxo

  2. Aunty Pat,
    I will never forget the love you extended to me and my children! You were always kind and open and made us feel at home. We are going to miss you but I am so glad you are no longer in physical pain. Thank you for all of the good times!

  3. I’m so sorry for your family’s loss. My deepest condolences to you all.

  4. Thinking of this wonderful, caring family at such a difficult time. Sending love and strength!

  5. Dear Val and John,

    Our deepest condolences. Our hearts go out to you and your family during these difficult times. She has left a legacy, her children and grandchildren, and all the love she has given to everyone. She rests in peace knowing she will be survived by her loving children.

    Amir and Ruth Shojaei

  6. Patti, you and Barry treated me like one of your own. You put your trust in me, you welcomed me into your home, both in Milton and in Edmonton, you both showed so much love towards me. From catching me in a lie, telling me how it is, and still respecting and trusting me, to the endless joke of a heart shaped Valentines cake, I can only cherish the memories I have with your family. You will always remain in my heart and I hope you look down and continue to roll your eyes at me.
    I have so much love and adoration for you and your family.
    My sincere condolences to Val, Kaitlyn and Casey. Patti was a beautiful and wonderful woman that was a mother to more then the three of you, but to all your close friends as well.
    My love goes out to your entire family, she will be missed. I wish I could send a heart shaped cake to her!
    Love,
    Ryan

  7. This lady was an amazing person and mother. Anytime I went to her home to see her daughter she was always very sweet and kind. She will be missed greatly by all those who knew her. The world lost an amazing soul but she lives on in our thoughts and hearts. R.I.P ♡

  8. Casey, Valerie, and Kaitlyn,
    We are so very sorry for your tremendous loss. She left far too soon, and although it is hard to make sense of right now, she is at peace, and Barry was right there to welcome her. Although we didn’t know her well, it was very obvious how much you all were loved.

    Brandon, Hailey, Adam, and Justin,
    Your granny was so proud of you all and anytime we saw her, she showed pictures, and never stopped bragging about you guys. We know you will miss her, but just try to remember that she is with Grandpa Barry again and she will be fine.

    Our sincere condolences to the rest of the family.

    Rest in peace Patti

  9. My condolences go out to all of you. The few times that I got to meet Patti were always wonderful. Hugs to all of you.

  10. Kaitlyn, Val , Casey and all of your families,
    My heart goes out to you, your mom was always a dear friend to me but I know what an amazing mum and grandma she was. You were the love of her life and she was always proud of the wonderful people you all are. Remember her laughter, her wicked sense of humour and her warmth.
    Love to all of you
    Susan, Greg, Samantha, Tabitha and Hannah

  11. Our deepest sympathy to Casey, Valerie and Kaitlyn along with all the rest of the family. We will always cherish the past memories of both Patti and Barry. We used to have such fun together and enjoyed her sense of humour and loving ways. Will always remember the wild Halloween Parties we had together. She will be deeply missed. Keep well and have a happy life she would have wanted that for all of you.

    Love;
    Alan & Denise Cartier

  12. Aunties are like the best mix of Mom and best friend. And Auntie Pat was the best of them all. I will miss your physical presence but know that you are with us in eternal spirit.

  13. Casey, Valerie, I am so sorry to hear of your loss I only found out about your mom’s passing last night . I wish I would have known earlier to offer you support. Your mom was always a special person to me, as was your dad and the both of you it’s too bad that we lost contact over the years I hope that you are both doing well, and remember that your mom will always live on in the hearts that she touched.

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