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Patricia Mae


September 16 , 1942 - June 14 , 2022

Patricia Mae Nunnally
Patricia Mae Nunnally
1942 - 2022


Memorial Visitation:
Monday, June 27, 2022
1:00 ~ 3:00 PM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home


Memorial Service:
Monday, June 27, 2022
3:00 PM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home Chapel



NUNNALLY, Patricia M., age 79, of Oak Park, June 14, 2022. Loving mother of Ron (Michelle) Nunnally, Deb Davis and Lori (Mike) Barnett. Dear grandmother of Kara, Zack, Kory, Jesse, Jake, Elizabeth and Olivia. Dearest great grandmother of Hudson, Kaelyn, Harrison, Hayden, Joy, Brooks, Drake, Oliver and Blake. She was also survived by her sister Sandy Buckner. She was preceded in death by her son Gregory Nunnally, and parents Vernon and Benny Duty. Her cremation will take place at “The Witness Crematory” located inside of Michigan Memorial Funeral Home.


I worked with Pat for 15 years at the SE and NE campus. I am so sorry for your loss. I learned to love Pat through the years, I treasure her stories about her grandkids and the birth of each of those beautiful Great Grands of hers. Although we all encouraged Pat to retire much earlier than she did and enjoy her family she was adamant about continuing to work. This past year I have walked by her office many times just wanting to go in a say Hello and realizing that she finally retired. May God comfort you and give you peace. Remember to hold on to the great memories that you have. Best Regards Angie Haley Angie Haley

Wishing peace and comfort to the family during this sorrowful time. May God’s love and the fond memories of Patricia see you through. JThomas Janice Thomas

Pat's heart was so big, she had so much love to spread. First and foremost she loved her family and her grandchildren and great-grandchildren which was the center of her life. I enjoyed every story and picture she shared, it brought her such joy. Pat loved animals just as much, every animal, though she had some that held a special place in her heart. Pat adored Bruno (my dog), and he loved her too. Bruno lit her up like a Christmas tree, always making her laugh and feel full of love. Even after Pat had retired from OSTC-SE, Bruno would come in for an occasional visit and go straight to Pat's office, it was heartbreaking to tell him she's not there anymore. Pat also loved watching animal videos and shared them with me quite often just so we could have a laugh. Pat also really loved gardening, her yard was so full of beautiful flowers. I am one of the lucky ones they got some of her butterfly bushes, every time they bloom I'll be thinking of her. I will miss our conversations and texts, I loved her dearly. Heartfelt condolences to her family during this difficult time. Cindy Lockman

I knew Pat mostly as a co-worker who graciously took care of everything I needed for close to 20 years. She spoke of her family often and now that I have seen the tribute and all of the the smiles and beautiful faces, I know hers was a life well lived. Condolences to her loved ones and know that she is truly missed. Keith Teller