Patricia A. "Pat" Klug

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  • "Julie, Ricky and Ray, I am truly sorry for your loss, Pat..."
  • "I worked nights on SDS. I remember her as being kind and..."
    - Katherine Hannie
  • "Rest in Peace Pat you earned your wings and God has called..."
    - Cristy Gremillion
  • "I remember Mrs. Pat as house manager while working nights..."
  • "Dear Family I was a young dumb Nurse just starting on one..."
    - Kathleen M Arnold
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Patricia was born on October 15, 1948, to Totsie and Bucky Montgomery. At 19, she met and married Raymond (Ray) Klug, and had 2 children, Julie and Ricky. She was a Registered Nurse and House Manager at Our Lady of the Lake for 24 years, then retired to travel, enjoy her grandchildren, and play golf. In life, Pat was dedicated to everything that she loved. She was an amazing nurse in the field, and loved nursing. Pat was an avid movie goer, loved playing games, and could beat anyone at Scrabble. She loved golf, especially with her women's golfing group, the GRITS. But Pat's favorite title was "Gran." While many knew her to be a force to be reckoned with, her grandchildren knew her as the person to go to for Sunday dinners, supportive phone calls, and a shopping trip. Her grandchildren never needed anything, because she most likely already bought it. If you were loved by her, you were never hungry or cold, and always had someone in your corner. She is survived by her husband of 49 years, Raymond (Ray) Klug, daughter and son-in-law, Julie and Mark Gaubert, son and daughter-in-law, Ricky and Laurie Klug, five grandchildren, Katherine, Elizabeth, and Caroline Gaubert, Brittany and Patrick Klug, and great-granddaughter, Aamira. Her presence was felt by many. She will be sorely missed by family, friends, and Macy's. As per Pat's wishes, there will be no services. If you wish to contribute in honor of her memory, please donate to .
Published in from Sept. 13 to Sept. 16, 2018
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