Patricia J. Kinkaid

patricia kinkaid

September 14, 1948 ~ June 8, 2024

Born in: Queens, NY
Resided in: Mount Sinai, NY


Visitation: June 11, 2024 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A

Visitation: June 11, 2024 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A

Mass: June 12, 2024 10:00 am

St. Louis de Montfort R.C. Church
75 New York Avenue


Calverton National Cemetery
210 Princeton Blvd.

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  1. My heart breaks my friend to hear of your passing. You fought so hard I guess you had nothing left. Heaven is certainly getting a loving, sweet, caring woman. One of our pedals has flown away! Love you always!
    CarolAnn and John Fierst

  2. We have lost one of our “Porch Ladies Petals”
    I will always remember all the fun we had on our trips and games forever.
    Rest now . Your battles are over. 😘

  3. Aunt Pat,
    I was so privileged to call you that. Family by choice. My Mom’s lifelong best friend. Rest in peace. Give my Dad a hug from me when you see him. I love you.

  4. Our beautiful Aunt Pat will be greatly missed & is so loved. My heart felt condolences for her husband, children, grandchildren & family during this time of grief. So thankful for the fond memories with her growing up. I will miss our texts catching up & her sweet words of encouragement. Rest in peace Aunt Pat.

    Sending our love & prayers,
    Nicole, Tim, Gabrielle & Vrai McClung

  5. Such a sweet and wonderful lady. It was wonderful getting back in touch, albeit long distance, in recent years. So sorry for her passing. Much love to Rob, Robert Sr., Heather and the entire family.

  6. A kind, caring friend of many years. A life-long “sister” to my sister, Theresa, a true family member to her family and to us all. My deepest condolences to Bob and all the family. May Pat Rest in Peace and Joy in the Arms of the Angels ‘Til We All Meet Again.

  7. Aunt Pat, I have loved you & Uncle Bob all of my life. You have always been there for me through all my ups and downs as a kid and as an adult. I couldn’t have asked for a better Aunt. You and Uncle Bob got me my very first pet, a parakeet for my Sweet 16th. I’m sure Grandma wasn’t thrilled, but I think she loved Disco too. My heart is totally broken that you’re gone. I will keep in touch with Rob & Heather, being I’m the oldest of the 2 of them. I know you are with mom & grandma. I will love you forever and will miss you terribly😢😢😢😢😢

  8. Pat was one of a kind. My heart goes out to her husband, children and grandchildren. Your battle is over and you can rest in the arms of Jesus now.

  9. My heart is broken from losing one of my dearest friends. I will truly miss you Pat and our daily talks. My heart goes out to Bob , Robert, Heather, Amelia and William. Pat was truly a wonderfjul person and a best friend. Until we met again Pat.

  10. Pat you will be so missed! So many holidays, birthdays, get togethers…so many special memories. You were an amazing Mom and Grandma. Your family felt so loved by you always. ❤️ Rest in peace.🙏🏻

  11. I have so many wonderful memories of my cousin Pat, from our childhood holidays at Nanny’s to our cousin get-togethers in recent years. It has been a joy to have known her and I know that she will be greatly missed by her husband Bob, her children Robert and Heather and son-in-law Matt, her grandchildren, her sister, Peg, her extended family including her many nieces and nephews….as well as her many Shanley, Bruce, Dridge, and Schramm cousins. I will always remember the sound of her laugh.

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