Patsy was one ofmy mom’s first cousins (their mothers were twins) may she rest in peace.my dad was so fond of Hugh.
With thoughts & prayers for Pat, Chad , Krista & extended families, Chad & Krista, your parents were great people & great to work . I worked when they opened the rink back in the 70’s ….great moonlite job for me
As a teenager, I believe, I spent more time with Mrs McGee at United Skates of America than I did my own family and I will never forget the advice she gave me. Rest in peace and I pray you know how much you meant to sooo many❤
Pat McGee was a wonderful lady whom I am glad to have met and known for almost 50 years,, she will be missed by many and she taught a lot of us kids back at USA Skating Rink to be great adults,, there were a lot of kids that met there spouses there and a lot of them are still together to this day. We all loved you and I am glad that David Snow and I got to visit with here a couple years ago. God Bless and we will meet up again in Heaven
Patsy A. McGee, 87, passed away on July 13, 2022. She was born on January 21, 1935, to John William and Abolean (Duggins) Emmons in Evansville, Indiana.
Patsy graduated from Central High School. You could often find her coming home with shopping bags around her arms. She greatly enjoyed getting all dolled up, she always had her nails done and jewelry on. She loved cooking for her family, she was incredible in the kitchen. She loved her family very much and she cherished time spent together.
Patsy was preceded in death by her husband Charles “Hugh” McGee and siblings Jack Emmons, Bonnie Bartley, Norma Hulsey.
Patsy is survived by her children Chad Hugh McGee and his wife Angie, and Krista Fark and her husband Scott; grandchildren Hugh (Katie) McGee, Ben (Jessie) McGee, Nick (Tatiana) McGee, Cooper Fark; great-grandchildren Alexis White, Carson McGee, Harrison McGee, Greyson McGee, Charles McGee; and many nieces, nephews, and extended family members.
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