Patricia Talbot passed away after a long, well-fought battle with cancer. She will always be remembered as a kind, loving and generous individual who would give you anything she could, always putting others' needs before her own.
Pat or Patsy as she was known to her family and friends was raised in Peabody and attended Peabody Veterans Memorial High School. She was a dedicated and hard working person who worked at Sylvania where she met many friends and most recently at Fresenius Health Care where she loved her job. She was known for being hard working and throughout her illness found comfort in her work.
She met her longtime partner John McQueen while working at her loving sister Lala’s restaurant, The Willowtree in Peabody, Ma.
Pat had a zest for life and an infectious laughter. She loved to listen to live music. She was an amazing dancer and always the life of the party. Pat was a lover of gardening, antiques, flowers and butterflies. She loved to travel and have new experiences.
Her last few days were spent surrounded by her family and partner, John McQueen of Danvers, Ma. She enjoyed almost daily phone calls with her dedicated sister who was not only a sister but her soul sister Lala.
Pat is survived by her parents, Maria and Larry Nuttall of Peabody, Ma. Her siblings, Alcina and Richie Davis of Calabash, NC, Myra and Joe Caparrella of Calabash, NC, Lala Bolognese and Jack Sullivan of Ocean Isle, NC, Bob and Mary Sousa of Stuart, Fl, and Christine and Tom Midgley of Center Barnstead, NH. Auntie Pat was a 2nd Mom to her loving nieces and nephews. Jennifer Clark, Debbie Joyce, Joey Caparrella, Adrienne Davis, Matt Davis, Taylor Benson, Alyssa Castillo, Robby Sousa, Goddaughter Lisa Midgley and Dale Midgley as well as several great-nieces and nephews.
A celebration of life will be held this June in her honor with a burial at sea as well as a sprinkling of her ashes in Hawaii, somewhere she always wanted to visit and never had the chance. She will finally be able to rest amongst the beautiful flowers she always admired.
You were loved and will be missed by everyone whose lives you touched.
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Kaplan Family Hospice House
78 Liberty St., Danvers, MA 01923