Patricia Wiggins: Loving Mother, Grandmother, Daughter, Sister and Dearest Friend

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Patricia Wiggins

Patricia Michelle (Molosky) Wiggins July 3, 1957 – December 28, 2018

Patricia, (Trish or Patty depending on who you were), lived a fulfilling life as a loving Mother, Grandmother, Daughter, Sister and dearest friend. Patricia passed away peacefully at her home in Eureka Ca. Patricia is survived by her parents Harold & Ellen Culbertson, Sister Alita Sutherland and family, daughter Sonya Ash, grandson Skyler Healey, granddaughter Maddy Minor, Son Ramon Ash, (wife Bernadette), grandson Ramon Ash Jr. and grandson Michael Ash.

I can’t possibly forget her two dearest friend’s Darlene Modin and Rick Hughes. Last but not least her 3 cat’s Enana, Mi amore and Tator Bug.
See you on the other side my beautiful dearest mother, I love you and thank you for being my mom.

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7 comments

  • My condolences. Much too young to go, imho. And such a beautiful picture. She looks like such a gentle soul. Thank you so much for sharing.

  • Humboldt Honey. Much too young to go -for sure.

    • 61 isn’t that young. We have to stop being greedy and expecting to make it to 80.

      • But…But I’m 60. Can I please please get to 80? I’m not greedy. Some say 61 is old, some say young. I say young, I forget how old I am all the time, I really feel 35.

  • RIP Patricia…🙏🏾
    So sorry😔 My condolences to the family….

  • My dearest Sonie, my heart is broken. I know your heart and surely I can feel the hole in yours. For me, I. still feel that hole will never be filled. I don’t believe we ever do mend. Time is the only thing that helps. You will wake up one morning and realize you can love and remember her without the crippling pain. These are the only words of wisdom I have. I know it doesn’t help much, but know we love you and are thinking of you. Debbie, Jeff, and Josh.

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