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Patricia A. Mc Phillips (Straub)

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Pat made her mark on this world, if you knew her, you know what I mean. There are plenty of people who knew of her, but not by name. One of the traits I saw in her early on was to speak up for those who thought they did not have a voice. A real troublemaker. Very kind, considerate, and supportive. Reserved and soft spoken- not so much. I had to get to know her better.

That relationship became our life journey. We never looked back. It took her a long time to say yes to marriage, but she always reminded me that “I am very happy.”

Pat was born locally in the Harrisburg area to Russell P. Bressler (Father) and Marie Trostle (Mother) December 04, 1943. Survived by her husband of 33 years Edward J. Mc Phillips. Surviving children are Pam Wevodau (husband Ron), Larry Straub (wife Kathy), Vince Straub and Annette Davis. Surviving Grandchildren are Cory Straub, Megan Unnone (husband Mike), Amber Thomas (husband BJ), Natasha Hilliard (husband Dre), Bailey Pennypacker and Mandy Wevodau. There’s more.

Her greatest blessing were her Great-Grandchildren; Brynlee Thomas, Quest Hilliard and Rylee Unnone.

January 08, 2024 My angel was called to her eternal life with God in heaven.

A service will be held 11:00 AM, Saturday, January 27, 2024 at Sullivan Funeral Home, 51 North Enola Drive, Enola PA 17025.

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Mc Phillips family.

3 comments on “Patricia A. Mc Phillips (Straub)”

  1. I always remembered Pat for how she lived within her own terms. She was tough, but soft also. That’s hard to pull off, but she did it beautifully. I wish I had the opportunity to get to know her better. I love you Pat. Thank you for all the good advice.

  2. My dearest best friend for 34 years. Pat and I worked together and we never had a problem. She would listen to me if something was bothering me. She knew what say to make me feel better. She had a great outlook on things. She could make you laugh and to forget what is going on. Love her never forget you. I’ll miss you

  3. Oh my beautiful mama you went to heaven you took a piece of every one of us with you we will cherish you forever thank you for being the best mom and moral support anyone could ever ask for we love you more than words can say fly high in heaven we love and miss you very very much

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