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Patricia R. (Tschopp) Aloisi

Born: Sun., Mar. 17, 1940
Died: Thu., Dec. 3, 2015


Visitation

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Thu., Dec. 10, 2015
Location: Dahlborg-MacNevin Funeral Home, Brockton


Funeral Service

9:00 AM Fri., Dec. 11, 2015
Location: Our Lady of the Lake


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Patricia Ruth (Tschopp) Aloisi died on December 3, 2015 (age 75) after battling cancer and other ailments for some time.  Patricia is survived by her daughter, Laura J. Pfeiff of N. Wales, PA, son Richard D. Pfeiff, II and daughter-in-law Linda Ordway of Natick, MA, daughter Maria (Trish) P. Mengel and son-in-law Daniel Mengel of Souderton, PA, daughter Catherine E. Aloisi of Canton, MA, former spouse Robert L. Aloisi of Halifax, MA and six (6) grandchildren:  Kelly (Treseler) Golden, Joshua Rosenthal, Kevin Treseler, Jesse Gonder, Erik (Youngberg) Willingham and Kylie Gonder.  Patricia also leaves behind her sister Carol Thompson of Newburyport, MA, nieces, nephews, friends and Dana M. Richardi (whom she loved like a daughter). 

Patricia was born in Scranton, PA and lived in and around Binghamton, NY until she married Robert (1973) and moved to Massachusetts.  Patricia taught a Medical Assistant program at Blue Hills vocational school and Blue Hills High School until the early 80’s when she left teaching and started a successful medical transcription service (originally NEMOS) which she ran until 2001 when she moved to the Farmington, ME area.  Patricia loved to read.  She was brilliant, compassionate, an excellent conversationalist, talented writer and great cook.  She cared deeply about politics and social justice.  She never missed her Sunday morning political shows.  She was passionate about women’s rights and believed in the importance of participating in our democracy.  She loved folk music, had a beautiful voice and appreciated the arts.  Patricia was a truly unique person and the loss of her presence in this world will be deeply missed by her family and loved ones. 

Memorial Visitation will take place on Thursday, December 10, 2015 from 6-8 PM in the Dahlborg-MacNevin Funeral Home, 647 Main St., Brockton, MA.

A Funeral Memorial Mass will be held on Friday, December 11, 2015 at 9:00 AM at Our Lady of the Lake Church, 580 Monponsett St., Halifax, MA.

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Carol Gonder Pawlowski
   Posted Mon December 07, 2015
My Thoughts and Prayers go out to Pats Family may God Bless You and that you have Wonderful Memories to have and hold onto.

Gail Anderson
   Posted Tue December 08, 2015
Pat was my friend, a true friend. We spoke usually a couple of times a week and discussed the woes of the world. I was amazed at her depth of knowledge of American history and political history. We shared the same concerns. Her kindness to me when my mother and my husband became ill knew no bounds. I am going to miss Pat more than I can even express. My sincere condolences to all her family members who she loved so much.

Robert Aloisi
   Posted Thu December 10, 2015
From the Time I met and married Patricia Aloisi, I strove to bring happiness into her life. I only partially succeeded. For those times that I did succeed I am eternally grateful. But also from this relationship I am grateful for the best things in my life, my daughter Catherine Aloisi, Laura , Dick, Trish, (and Dana) , friends and family and memories of good times that will last forever.

Eddie and Babs
   Posted Fri December 18, 2015
To Laura,Trish,Kathy, Rich, so sorry to hear of your moms passing. I remember her well when we all hanging out back in the day in the summerhouse as we called it!!! our thoughts are with all of you . hold onto all the good memories u have take care love, Eddie and Babs

Judith Marshall
   Posted Mon December 21, 2015
It is with great sadness I read this obituary by chance. May I offer my condolences to the family of Pat. I met her in the 1980s back in the day when medical transcription was a profession and she was epitome of professionalism. She was smart and funny and hard-working, committed to her family, her friends and her clients. I am going to miss our conversations very much.