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Patricia Ann Mounce
December 18, 1939 ~ July 23, 2023 (age 83) 83 Years Old
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Patricia Ann Mounce (Robinson) passed away peacefully in the Halifax Infirmary on July 23, 2023, at the age of 83. Born in Windsor, NS, 1939, to Mildred (Schurman) and Clarence Robinson. In 1959 Pat married Ken Mounce and together they had 3 children: Stephen (Cathy Lothian), Clarence Douglas and Kimberlee (Jamie Davison). She was most proud of her four grandchildren: Britney Mounce (Connor), Bradee-Jayne Mounce (Rodney), Ben Davison (Maddie) & Sam Davison. Each grandchild was special to her as she was special to each of them. Pat is also survived by her sister, Jocelyn (Mark Fowler), as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by her parents and stepfather Charles MacLellan. Pat along with husband Ken made the family home in Avondale a destination for friends and family alike to gather, visit and enjoy the gift of precious time together. Pat first and foremost cared about people, to be her friend let alone a family member was to have unconditional support. Pats' greatest contribution and proudest moments are evident by her long friendships and the many friends she had and enjoyed. Family was paramount in Pats life, she guided two generations with compassion, support and unconditional love. She was always placing others needs ahead of her own. Pat was ready to listen, eager to help, and quick to celebrate. She never had an ounce of judgement. Pat loved to travel and was fortunate enough along with Ken and close friends, to visit many destinations. Pat and Ken were married for 64 years, and as true-life partners they exhibited a relationship that was both complimentary and supportive. Their goal together was one of faith and family, which they embraced and all around benefited from. Pat was an accredited student and was very active in both student affairs and sports. While still a junior, she played for the senior basketball team, volleyball on provincial level, Pat was also a provincial waterski champion and junior badminton champion. Pat was a NS representative at National CGIT camp, as well as a counsellor at Rainbow Haven Camp for 2 years. She attended Windsor Academy and the School of Nursing in Halifax. In addition to raising a family, Pat was active in the Junior League of Halifax, Chair of the Hearing and Speech clinic at the IWK, Co-Manager of the IWK Gift Shop, advisor to AHOY Magazine for Children, and active participation in the Northwood Palliative care Program in both Windsor and Halifax. Her membership in the GYRO Club, UCW and Coffee Club was also a part of her active life, she derived much pleasure from these activities and especially cherished the friendships made and nurtured over the years. Her love of sports continued as a fan and proud member of the Halifax Moosehead Club family. Donations in Pats' memory may be made to Kidney Foundation of NS, Landmark East or Windsor United Church.
Service will be held Wednesday, August 9, 2023 at 2pm at the Windsor United Church, 613 King Street Windsor, NS.