Patricia Mae Coudayre, 88, passed away September 7, 2012. Survived by children, James J. Coudayre of Las Vegas, Nev. and Johanna (Randy) Spicola of Pueblo; grandchildren, Heidi Jones and Ashley Mae Hobson (Steve Tapia), both of Pueblo, Billy (Katelin) Hobson of Las Vegas, Victor Coudayre and James W. (Mary Louise) Coudayre; great-grandchildren, Russell, Deena Jo and Timothy Ridenour of Pueblo, Emilia and Claira Hobson of Las Vegas. Preceded in death by her husband of 64 years, James B. Coudayre; parents, Jeff Fitzpatrick and Olga Mae Fitzpatrick; and brother Jeff Fitzpatrick. Patricia worked as a registered nurse until 1957 when her son James J. was born. She and her husband worked side by side building up their very reputable plumbing business, Grand Plumbing & Heating Company. She enjoyed bike riding, walking, playing tennis, but most of all, she enjoyed being a 'mommy'. Memorial service, 1 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012, Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, 414 W. 11th Street. Online condolences,

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  1. My
    Dear Mom,
    Christmas is coming up and it’s so hard without you here. I miss your singing and your laughter and your smile. We are taking good care of Jim
    just like you would have wanted. He is just fine. He misses you both so badly.
    A day never goes by without me thinking about you for most of the day. I love you with all my heart and miss you so much.
    If only they had a telephone in heaven.

    I love you,

  2. I was talking to my mom on the phone and was reminiscing about when you all lived acrossed the street. My mom (Veronika Smith) and I send our condolences to you and your brother. I know this is a hard time bless you both.

  3. My Dear Mom,
    Happy Mother’s Day is what I wish I could say to you if only you were here. If only you were here I would tell you how much I love you/ I would tell you so many things that I didn’t say when I had the chance. If only I could do it over again, then I could make things right. I love you and I’m sorry.

  4. My Dear Mom,
    I miss you so much. I wish we could have had more time together. I wanted to talk t you more and hopefully we could have worked thinga out and made condtions better than they were at the end. I’m sorry I wasn’t there with you at the very end. At least we both know I tried. I hope you have forgiven me for what ever it was you were so mad at me about, if we could have had one more visit together, I know things would have worked out.
    I love you with all myheart. A day never goes by that you aren’t on my mind the whold day.
    I’m happy that you and Dad are together up in heaven. I know you missed him terribly.
    I love you and miss you

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