Obituary of Patricia Tomaino
Patricia Ann Tomaino (Pilhorn) went into the arms of her Lord & Savior on January 25, 2022. She was born on April 20, 1941 daughter of James Pilhorn and Dotha (Hulshoff) Klein. She was predeceased by her husband, Richard Tomaino, Sr., daughter Nancy Negvesky, and brothers James and Carl Pilhorn. Pat was an amazing woman of God. She loved her family and her faith in God showed through in everything she did. Her grandchildren and great grandchildren gave her great joys as well as her church family and friends. Pat loved to garden, do puzzles, adult coloring, being outdoors in the summer, fishing with her husband, shopping, and going out to lunch with her kids. Everything she did with family and friends she enjoyed. Pat had an infectious smile and was so full of joy, the world lost a bright light and heaven is rejoicing at her homecoming. She was the most loving and beautiful woman you’ll ever want to meet.
Pat will be deeply missed by so many which include her daughter, Lynn (Kevin) Squires, sons Richard (Melanie) Tomaino, Jr., and Thomas Tomaino; grandchildren Shaun (April) Negvesky, Charles Squires, Sydney Tomaino, Thomas Tomaino, Jr., Tristen Garcia, Caden Garcia, and Kira Wheat; great grandchildren Sonja, Madyson, and Tyler (Erica); great-great grandson Beckham; siblings Robert Pilhorn and Brenda (Paul) Kaczynski; also several nieces, nephews, and cousins.
Pat touches many lives, more than she’ll ever know. She loved many that were not born by blood but were her family just the same. Her absence here will be felt for a truly long time.
Relatives and friends may call Sunday, January 30th from 1-4 PM in Prudden & Kandt Funeral Home, 242 Genesee St., Lockport. Funeral services will be held Monday, January 31st at 10 AM in Freedom Church, 5676 Beattie Ave., Lockport. Interment will be in Cold Springs Cemetery. Visit pruddenandkandt.com.To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Patricia Tomaino, please visit Tribute Store
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