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Patricia Lucille Houston

Date of Death: March 4, 2015
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Patricia Lucille Houston Patricia Lucille Houston, nee Meyer, died gently on the evening of March 4th in Front Royal, Virginia. With her to the brink was Pat’s husband, Dan. They were to have celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary on March 28th. Pat was 77 years old. Born at home in Anahuac, Texas, Pat was theContinue Reading

Don Young left a message on March 9, 2015:
As I visited Pat and Dan on several occasions in 2005. I enjoyed Pat's thoughts of her music career. I regret that since their mountain home had not been completed at that time, her piano had not been moved their and I never got to hear her play. Condolences to Dan and his daughters.
sharon walker left a message on March 9, 2015:
I worked with Pat in various musical activities for Northern Va Music Teachers. Pat was a lovely person, always had a smile. She will be missed
Virginia Moore on behalf of NVMTA left a message on March 12, 2015:
On behalf of the many teachers of NVMTA who knew and appreciated Pat, I send this expression of our sorrow and sympathy to her husband and family. We grieve with you.
Marjorie Lee left a message on May 11, 2015:
I always enjoyed seeing Pat who greeted everyone with a warm smile and a generous feeling of welcome and support. She made the world a much better place.
Cai Thorman left a message on June 10, 2015:
Mrs. Houston was my piano teacher. She will always be Mrs. Houston to me, even when I'm 45 years old. For 9 years of my childhood I saw her every week. She cut my fingernails, because my mother never remembered and neither did I. She taught me piano, but she taught me a lot more than that. She was a teacher who affected my entire cognitive make-up, the organization of my brain, my ability to self-discipline, to focus, to think. She was a parental figure in my life, she represented stability for me. She was someone who didn't change every year, like my classes, or my school, or my friends. She was a constant. Pat Houston made a big difference in my life. I am sorry we lost touch, and I am so sorry she's gone now. I know there are many children for whom she was a stabilizing and empowering force in their lives. She did a lot of good in this world, quietly and personally. She was a tower of strength. Bless her and her family.
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