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McLaughlin, Patricia Ann

McLaughlin, Patricia Ann

May 17, 1943 — April 30, 2019

Patricia Ann McLaughlin, 75, Raymore, MO. passed away April 30, 2019. Memorial services will be 1PM, Saturday, May 11 at Park Lawn Funeral Home, 8251 Hillcrest Rd., Kansas City, MO. A private burial will follow with family in Green Lawn Cemetery. Pat was a lifetime volunteer and active in her community and in lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to The Fellowship of John, FSRC (Foxwood Springs Resident’s Council, P O Box 701, Raymore, MO 64083 (The Fellowship of John was created to help underwrite expenses for residents who outlive their resources).

Pat was born May 17th, 1943, in Peoria, IL, the only child of Harold and Virginia (Duffy) Heaton. Pat moved to Missouri as a child and graduated from Raytown High School 1961, Raytown, MO. She studied at MU for two years and is a former Council’s Older Girl Program Specialist at Mid-Continent Council of Girl Scouts, Kansas City, MO, and spent most of her retirement years at Foxwood Springs. Pat spent countless hours in the kitchen making Christmas cookies and specialty breads each year, kept up to date historical and junk journals, loved to color and blackwork needlepoint.

She was a wonderful wife, Mother, Grandmother, Aunt, Girl Scout, Cookie Maker, and for those of you who have witnessed it… a devoted Tina Turner fan. Survivors include; Everett McLaughlin, her husband for 55 years. Children; Stacey and Andrew. Grandchildren; Annabelle, Michael, Ashley, Rachelle, and Corey. Great Grandchildren; Aeryanna, Elias, Tobias, and Kylie. Plus, many, many more family and friends that meant so much to her.

Service Information

Memorial services will be 1PM, Saturday, May 11 at Park Lawn Funeral Home, 8251 Hillcrest Rd.; private burial in Green Lawn Cemetery

McLaughlin, Patricia Ann's Guestbook

I volunteered with Pat at the Foxwood Springs Thrift Shop. We had a lot of fun working together. She was such a caring person. Always interested in my family. She will be missed by all. God Bless her Family.

Priscilla Darling

Uncle Everett, Stacey and Andy -sending our condolences to you and all the family. Aunt Pat was always so full of life and energy and had something going on! We will miss her. Love to all!

Nancy Bledsoe

Sorry for your loss, Pat is in our thoughts and prayers. Charles

Charles Tye family

Pat was a dedicated Girl Scout employee and taught a generation of us to be strong female leaders. I always looked forward to attending Leadership in Training (LIT) programs or going out to the council to work with Pat on a project. My thoughts are with her family and our extended Girl Scout family on the passing of an amazing woman.

Jennifer Walz Garrett (Hey-You)

Pat was such a warm and joyful person! She could really engage and talk with young people in a way that made them feel listened to. She was always up for having fun and could lead an ice-breaker like a champ! A true Girl Scout, always helping others to see and reach their potential! My thoughts and prayers go to your family.

Rachel Mahlik (Tippy)

She was a very sweet lady... RIP... Prayers to the family...

Heidi Odom

I'm another of the generation of Girl Scouts who was lucky enough to be taught, mentored, and loved by Pat. I remember she even came out to Prairie Schooner during pre-camp each summer I was a camp counselor and she would teach us new games to play with our campers. After high school I was blessed enough to work with her by volunteering at her Leadership Institute weekends helping to train the next generation. Heaven gained one of the truly good ones. RIP Pat Mac

Rebecca Trowbridge (Raven)

Pat was our troop leader and an amazing person. So much spunk! Very sad to see she's gone. Lot's of love "Mouth and Buckshot" Sherrie AKA: Korky

Sherrie Lynn Ortiz

I am a former co-worker and have known Pat for 35 years. I was so honored to work with her on several projects with girls and adults, including knowing her family. Too many stories are flooding in my head on the things that we as staff accomplished and how much we screamed out loud laughing. I was also honored to be one of her backup dancer/singer when she did her version of Tina Turner - Proud Mary, yes in her black leather skirt, and yes she had the legs to go with it. I would say the actual Tina Turner would be so proud. We had so much fun at Mid-Continent Council of Girl Scouts. Rest in peace my friend. Love you dearly, you will be missed.

Jacqueline Bostic

Pat was one of a kind! I worked with at Girl Scouts & remember her well with her Tina Turner impression. My thoughts & prayers to the family.

JJ Tieman

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