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In Memory

Patricia Calvert

Patricia Calvert

Patricia "Hooter" M. Calvert

Patricia "Hooter" M. Calvert

November 1, 1943 - April 24, 2022


Patricia “Hooter” M. Calvert, 78, of Kenosha, passed away peacefully, Sunday, April 24, 2022 at her residence.

She was born on November 1, 1943 to the late Frederick and Violet (Sundberg) Calvert in San Francisco, CA.  She was educated in the schools of Kenosha and graduated from Mary D. Bradford High School in 1961, graduate from Gateway Technical College in 1968 and received her BA in Business from Carthage College.

Pat was a member of Grace Lutheran Church and was very active being a Sunday School Teacher and singing in the choir for many years.

Pat volunteered and ran team Gateway for the Relay of Life for the American Cancer Society in Kenosha for many years.

Pat enjoyed bowling, tennis collecting stamps, coins comic books, traveling and loved owls.  She was also a Wisconsin sports fan.  Pat lived life to the fullest with having loving concern for others.

Pat is survived by her brother Andrew Calvert, her dear friend and caregiver P.J. Rupp, her aunt Florence Wieske and many other relatives and friends.

A Celebration of Life for Pat will be held on Saturday, May 7th at 12:00 p.m. (Noon) at Grace Lutheran Church (2006 – 60th St.).  Visitation will be held on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until the time of service at the church.  Memorials would be appreciated to the Kenosha Relay for Life American Cancer Society, Kenosha Achievement Center, Kenosha Special Olympics or to the Gateway Foundation for the Patricia Calvert Scholarship.


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04/27/22 06:19 PM #4    

John Sturino

So sorry to hear of yet another classmates passing.  Our condolences to her family.

04/27/22 10:41 PM #5    

Bernard Covelli

So sorry to see this obituary of another classmate that went to Lincoln jr and graduated in class of '61 at Bradford. Remember Pat well, a fun and nice person. My sympathy to her family and friends. RIP Pat.

04/28/22 10:48 AM #6    

Brian Juga

I remember Pat as alwalys cheerful and fun to be with. I sat next to her in history and met with her at one our first reunions She was as much fun at the reunioun as in that history class.

04/28/22 12:36 PM #7    

Carol Kramer (Miller)

So sorry to hear about Pat.  I was just thinking about her the other day and the fun we had last July.  Condolences to her family.

04/28/22 04:04 PM #8    

Cheryl Tinnell (Schmidt)

Patti was a good and dear friend. We became friends in our sophomore year and had many fun times and adventures over the years. She truly loved being with her many friends and I count myself lucky to have been in her circle. I will miss her terribly.

04/28/22 10:31 PM #9    

Nicolina Evans (Neau)

Pat had a great sense of humor & was always kind, as I remember. Sorry to see another classmate leave us. 

04/29/22 03:03 PM #10    

Karen Muir (Sivley)

I think Pat was in one of my P.E classes. She was always smiling and cheerful.

04/29/22 07:14 PM #11    

Judith Lichtenberg (Gardinier)

i will miss her laughter and her smile.she was the life of our breakfast group.l wll miss you Hooter.

04/30/22 08:42 AM #12    

Milton Hagopian

Pat introduced my wife Dorothy and myself to the first phase of computers while she was teaching at GTC. God bless her. RIP Pat.

05/10/22 09:11 AM #13    

Rita Martino (Ginocchio)

I really never knew Pat that well during our High School years. But after reading the many comments about her, it seems I missed out on a wonderful friendship. It's only been in recent years and recent reunions, birthday parties, etc., that I've gotten to experience her joy of life. Watching her over the moon happy after winning one of the door prize drawings at our 60th Class reunion was something to see. Pat had no qualms about showing her extreme excitement that night. It's the clearest moment I remember from that reunion ! I have no doubt she had the same exuberance as she crossed over and found herself in Heaven. Pat, you're back Home now and I plan on finding you when I return...good times ahead !

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