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Patricia A. (Luby) Mick

August 7, 1943 – January 13, 2024


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Patricia A. (Luby) Mick, loving wife of Thomas and loving mother of Elizabeth, died peacefully surrounded by family in San Tan Valley, AZ, on Saturday January 13, 2024.

Patirica was born in Chicago, IL, on August 7, 1943, to Mary Ann Luby.

She is survived by her husband, Thomas; her daughter Elizabeth (Lisa); son in law James, and her beloved grandchildren, Thomas, Joseph, and Robert; brother-in-law, Raymond; niece, Jessica (Tony); nephew, Paul, and many cousins.

She made an impact on others through her actions, especially volunteer work, through the years. While in Illinois, she was a volunteer at St Germaine School and Catholic Church, The Courage Program, and was a Girl Scout leader for many years. She became a lifetime member of Girl Scouts based on her years of volunteer work and impact on the girls she worked with. She spent time working at the Oak Lawn library, sharing her love of literature with others. After moving to Arizona, she continued her volunteer work with Jose’s Closet and St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church.

She enjoyed learning about Native American and American History, doing crafts; especially homemade Christmas ornaments, reading books from her favorite authors, spending time with family and friends, and maintaining connections through email and Facebook. She loved watching her grandsons playing many different sports and attending many band concerts. She always left a lipstick mark from kissing their cheeks during their visits.

Patricia’s funeral mass will be held Thursday January 25th, 2024, at Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church – 221 E. 8th St., Florence, AZ, 85132 – at 10 o’clock a.m.

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3 responses to “Patricia A. (Luby) Mick”

  1. Jennifer Smith says:

    Tom, Judy Hagen let me know of Pat’s passing. I will miss her cheerie Facebook messages. I think of Pat and you often. You are great people! Love and friendship, Jennifer Smith 🥰🥰🥰

  2. Pam Kavathas says:

    Tom, I am so extremely sorry about Pat’s passing. I loved seeing her at our Sizzling Senior get togethers over many years. She always was a ray of sunshine! My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I will forever keep Pat in my heart. I am sending much love your way my friend.

  3. Carol Adkins says:

    So sorry to hear of Pat’s passing. We met as children and then lost touch. Luckily we reconnected on Facebook. She loved her family dearly. God bless Pat and her loved ones. ❤🙏

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Patricia A. (Luby) Mick

August 7, 1943 – January 13, 2024


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Patricia A. (Luby) Mick, loving wife of Thomas and loving mother of Elizabeth, died peacefully surrounded by family in San Tan Valley, AZ, on Saturday January 13, 2024.

Patirica was born in Chicago, IL, on August 7, 1943, to Mary Ann Luby.

She is survived by her husband, Thomas; her daughter Elizabeth (Lisa); son in law James, and her beloved grandchildren, Thomas, Joseph, and Robert; brother-in-law, Raymond; niece, Jessica (Tony); nephew, Paul, and many cousins.

She made an impact on others through her actions, especially volunteer work, through the years. While in Illinois, she was a volunteer at St Germaine School and Catholic Church, The Courage Program, and was a Girl Scout leader for many years. She became a lifetime member of Girl Scouts based on her years of volunteer work and impact on the girls she worked with. She spent time working at the Oak Lawn library, sharing her love of literature with others. After moving to Arizona, she continued her volunteer work with Jose’s Closet and St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church.

She enjoyed learning about Native American and American History, doing crafts; especially homemade Christmas ornaments, reading books from her favorite authors, spending time with family and friends, and maintaining connections through email and Facebook. She loved watching her grandsons playing many different sports and attending many band concerts. She always left a lipstick mark from kissing their cheeks during their visits.

Patricia’s funeral mass will be held Thursday January 25th, 2024, at Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church – 221 E. 8th St., Florence, AZ, 85132 – at 10 o’clock a.m.

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3 responses to “Patricia A. (Luby) Mick”

  1. Jennifer Smith says:

    Tom, Judy Hagen let me know of Pat’s passing. I will miss her cheerie Facebook messages. I think of Pat and you often. You are great people! Love and friendship, Jennifer Smith 🥰🥰🥰

  2. Pam Kavathas says:

    Tom, I am so extremely sorry about Pat’s passing. I loved seeing her at our Sizzling Senior get togethers over many years. She always was a ray of sunshine! My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I will forever keep Pat in my heart. I am sending much love your way my friend.

  3. Carol Adkins says:

    So sorry to hear of Pat’s passing. We met as children and then lost touch. Luckily we reconnected on Facebook. She loved her family dearly. God bless Pat and her loved ones. ❤🙏

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