Patricia Gaye Goertz

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the sudden passing of Patricia on December 17th, 2019 at the age of 62; she was surrounded by family and friends. Pat will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by her children Martin and Kacy Humphreys, sister Colleen Goertz and many family, friends and colleagues. The family would like to acknowledge the ER doctors and nurses at the University Hospital and express sincere gratitude to all those in Pat’s life that loved her.  Everyone knew Pat as a creative artistic spiritual soul. Pat was predeceased by her father Norman, mother Frieda and brother Timothy.

A memorial gathering will take place December 30, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. at the Sherbrooke Community Centre located at 13008 – 122B avenue Edmonton, Alberta.

Friends who so wish may make a memorial donation directly to their charity of choice or to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

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Sherbrooke Community Centre

13008 122 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5L 1M8

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Dana Boyson

I met Pat working at Amec in the bridge department. She was always smiling and so kind hearted. We became close colleagues and soon found out we were actually close neighbors. My heart and condolences go out to her family at this difficult time. I hope you find peace in your sorrow knowing she will always be in your heart

Michael Bradley

Pat was an employee of the Government of Alberta for over 20 years. Her strong work ethic and dedication to the spirit of teamwork made Pat an integral and key member of many working teams. She was known for helping colleagues and teams beyond her immediate working group, both internal as well as external to the Government of Alberta.

She brought a spirit of cooperation to her projects, was always willing to help, and often had sage advice for her team, and this advice was characterized by wisdom and good judgment for the overall completion of the project.

Her friendly and cooperative demeanour made her a ‘standout’ employee and a pleasure to work with.

Pat will be missed by all she came in contact with, both in her work life as well as her personal life. To quote several of her co-workers – “Pat was one of the good ones”.

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