Patricia Barrett Klove
- October 7, 1924 - July 24, 2012
- Springfield, Virginia
of Patricia's Passing
- In lieu of flowers , the family suggests memorial contributions be made to:
Southminister Presbyterian Church
7801 Livingston Rd.
Oxon Hill, MD 20645
- In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be made to:
Greenspring Benevolent Care Fund
7410 Spring Village Drive
Springfield, VA 22150
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Memories & Candles
It was with deep sadness that I returned from vacation today 8/1 to learn of Pat Klove's passing. I've known Pat through Sons of Norway since I joined 18 years ago; Pat's been a member much longer. Warm and welcoming, Pat was always ready with a smile and positive words. She was sunshine and good cheer! She was active in SON until only recently. For many years she was in charge of distribution of our Sons of Norway Capital Viking
Posted by: Carla Danziger - McLean, VA - friend and admirer Aug 01, 2012
Rembering the first twelve years of my life and my close relationship with cousin Pat. Being a few years older than I she was always the leader so I let her take the blame for any of our mishaps during our regular Family Sunday Dinners Pat and I truly enjoyed our summers in York Beach Maine at Grampa and Grandmother Barretts home playing in the "Doll House" and chasing butterflies in the estate gardens. Also during the last fifty-five years
Posted by: Robert Barrett Worrall - Inverness, FL - Cousin Jul 31, 2012
Your mom was a speical woman to raise such a beautiful daughter. I hope you will always have fond memories of her.
Posted by: Charlotte Fullerton - Clifton, VA - friend Jul 29, 2012
I WILL SIGN FOR Martha and Paul Shannon also for Clair and Lavern Robinson as we have no other adress and they have no computer love and sympathy nancyjfhq3
Posted by: NANCY R. SHIVELY - NEW WILMINGTON , PA - ROBINSON COUSIN Jul 29, 2012
I have fond memories of Mrs. Klove.
She was "the cookie Mom" for all the Girl Scout troops I was in. The foyer of the Klove home was filled with cases of Girl Scout cookies. Mrs. Klove was also the Troop Nurse-on-call. When I think about the different outtings and activities--I see her with us.
I always felt welcome in her home.
In the 1990s she gave me the name of a doctor for my Aunt Helen. I knew I could trust her guidance.
Posted by: Lee Tomassoni - MANASSAS, VA - school friend with Nancy Jul 28, 2012