Patricia “Patty” Beck

1957 ∼ 2020

Connie Cummings of East Falmouth , Ma 02536 wrote:

Angela and Devon, I’m so very sorry for the loss of you mom and grandma. As you know, Pat is very special to me. I will miss visiting her, talking , laughing, and watching her eyes light up when I visit. She truly holds a special place in my heart. I know for sure, she’s a angel that’s with us all. She was an angel here on earth , with the biggest heart. Rest In Peace my sweet friend.

Marie Carey of Forestdale wrote:

She will be missed.

Thomas Levy of Sandwich, Massachusetts wrote:

She was always a joy to be around and always had a smile on her face.

Wendy Grieco of Sandwich MA wrote:

Will miss you alot. Loved working with you at CVS. You were always kind to me. Will miss your beautiful smile. You are one in a million.

Annette Dupre wrote:

I loved her so much. She was an amazing strong beautiful lady and it was a blessing to have her in my life for the last 20 years. I used to sit w her for hours and talk and laugh. She always made me smile. Tyler loved Ms. Patty and always loved going to sandwich to see her. I always loved going to sandwich to see her. I loved her laugh, it was heartwarming. She will be greatly missed but her love and passion will live through Angela and Devon. And her memorie will live on through all that knew this wonderful,amazing soul

Colleen &Dan; Gilfoy of Forestdale,MA wrote:

We are so sorry to hear this.

Sue Hecht of Mashpee, MA wrote:

I knew Pat when I shopped at CVS in Mashpee.She was so kind to me(as she was to all her customers).She knew your name, but her most friendly greeting was "Hey You".I always got a kick out of that.Though I only knew her as a customer, she treated me like more than that.I felt special.She was so down to earth,now she is an Angel in heaven.God bless her family for their loss.

Brenda Anderson of Mashpee wrote:

So sorry for your loss,sending prayers to your family.

Martha Faucett of Plymouth, MA wrote:

Angela and family, I so appreciate Angela reaching out today. I have such fond memories of Patty and our years together at the Pennysaver. Peace be with you all!! Martha

Marlene of Princeton, MA wrote:

Thank you to all who have shared here. My aunt Patty holds a permanently etched space in my heart. I know she knows this-she is so very special & was a lovely human. Patty was sweetly empathic & sensitive but strong. I can honestly say I never heard her speak ill of another person. She was helpful to others through her kindness. Her faith was embodied in the way she lived her life devoted to her family, loved ones, and all those who had the pleasure of knowing her. I know she suffered pain as we all do in this life, but now she knows only the peace & joy of her true home. Love you