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Patty Jo Lynam

Born: 
Sunday, August 21, 1949
Died: 
Sunday, April 5, 2020
Birthplace: 
Minneapolis, MN
Service Information: 
Memorials will be held in Bellingham and Houston once the COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.  

Patty Jo (Pat) Lynam, age 70, passed away at her home in Bellingham on April 5, 2020, after a long battle with brain cancer. Pat was a retired human resources manager who traveled the world as part of her work in the oil, engineering and constructions industries.

She is survived by her husband, Martin, of Bellingham. Her daughter Tiffany Erck, of Waller, TX, Tiffany’s son William, his wife Ashley and children Riley, Delilah and Luna of Houston, TX. Her son Conrad Erck, his wife Jenny and children Logan, Evan and Haydan of Richmond, TX.

She is also survived by her brother John Durand, or Harve de Grace, MD, her sister Roberta Jones, of Fridley, MN, and numerous nieces and nephews.

After her retirement Pat volunteered with numerous local organizations. She was especially proud of her work with Whatcom CERT and the Whatcom Volunteer Mobilization Center.

She will be missed by many.

Guestbook Entries

Submitted by Nancy Rourke on

Marty,  It has been a pleasure to know you and Patty over the years.  We will miss her and hope to see you many times in the near future.

Know that we are here if you need anything.

Submitted by Kathy Zielinski on

Patty was just lovely in every way.  I saw her as a true giver of her time and energies and it was a pleasure to know her.  May the joys and memories you shared with each other bring you some comfort and peace and joy as you remember the happy times.  God Bless you every day.

Submitted by John Durand on

I miss my sister very much as we had a great relationship and I am very proud of her accomplishments. She was a great lady and will be missed.

Submitted by Dixie Evans and... on

Our heartfelt thoughts of you at this time of loss.  She will always be remembered as such a warm, caring and  lovely lady. 

Submitted by Rita Williams on

So sorry for your loss Marty. It was such a pleasure knowing Patty & having the opportunity to work with her in SIEP. She was always full of joy & will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you & the family.

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