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Patricia Hepner Chamberlain

June 6, 1943 - December 31, 2023
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Patricia Hepner Chamberlain, 80, of Daytona Beach, FL, wife of Gerald Chamberlain, died Sunday, December 31, 2023. Born in Valley View, PA, she was the daughter of the late Harry and Eleanor Bixler Hepner. Pat loved riding Harley’s with her husband and at age 75 she took a motorcycle trip from Daytona Beach to Sturgis,Continue Reading

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Charlene R. Reitz left a message on January 7, 2024:
So sorry to hear of Pat's passing. She became my sister-in-law many years ago and although we have been separated by miles and life for a long time, she has always been my "little sister". So many good memories... She will be missed by many. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Aunt Charlene
Victoria Zawistowski left a message on January 4, 2024:
I have so many fond and fun memories with Pat. Matt and I lived across the street from her and Jerry in LPGA for several years. She was the first to introduce herself when we moved in, and she quickly became a second mom to us. She often even insisted being referred to as mom as she had a huge maternal instinct. We would sit in her garage or back porch for hours just talking , telling stories and gossiping about some of the neighbors. When Matt and I moved just a few miles away to the beach, I know she was not happy . In fact, at one point her and Jerry even looked to move by us but were not lucky in finding a home to suit their needs. I know our moving albeit not far was hard on her and Jerry. It was not as easy to visit us as we were no longer just a few steps away. We had fun going to theVFW and playing bingo which is where this photo was taken. One of my fonder memories is when I outfitted Pat with biker wear “corsets” etc for her long ride to Sturgis. We laughed, and I loved that I could always talk her into doing or trying something new. I can tell you her favorite meals, and moments and have a vivid picture in my mind of many memories she shared with me, Pat loved to cook and we all always enjoyed eating her wonderful cooking. I will miss her coleslaw ! (So if anyone finds her recipe please pass it along). I truly am saddened by her loss but I am blessed to have met her and even more blessed to have shared so many memories with her. To her family - please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers- Pat will never be forgotten. Vicky & Matt Zawistowski
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