Patricia Perkins

Patricia Ann "Patty" Perkins (Cork)

Tuesday, March 24th, 1942 - Thursday, July 2nd, 2020
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Patricia Ann “Patty” (Cork) Perkins

Age 78, a resident of Bethel Park, passed away peacefully with family by her side on Thursday, July 2, 2020. Beloved wife for 53 years to Nelson Lee Perkins; loving mother of Veronica Ann (Perkins) Knewtson and her husband Mark A. Knewtson; loving grandma of Robert A., Eric A. and Scott A. Knewtson; sister of Isabella Morgan, Roberta Englert, Louise Lovejoy and the late Ralph Leonard Cork. She is also survived by many loving nieces, nephews and friends. Funeral arrangements by Beinhauer (724-941-3211). All are invited to attend a graveside service at 1 p.m. on Monday at Grandview Cemetery in Florence, PA. A gathering to celebrate her life will be held at a date and time to be announced later. Please add tributes at
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  • Service

    Monday, July 6th, 2020 | 1:00pm
    Monday, July 6th, 2020 1:00pm
    Grandview Cemetery Florence
    931 Rt. 18 North
    Burgesttstown, PA 15021
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    All are invited to attend a graveside service at 1 p.m. on Monday at Grandview Cemetery in Florence, PA.
    Pastor Dale Reese
  • Interment

    Grandview Cemetery Florence
    931 Rt. 18 North
    Burgesttstown, PA 15021
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    All are invited to attend a graveside service at 1 p.m. on Monday at Grandview Cemetery in Florence, PA.


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Cheri Englert

Posted at 10:16am
Adding some photos: wedding quilt, making popcorn balls, working in garden in hippie, drinking coffee ( Aunt Patty loved her coffee), eating at family dinner, and her high school pic

Cheri Englert

Posted at 09:29am
Aunt Patty was a loving soul, always smiling with a positive attitude. My first memory is probably being a flower girl in her wedding with cousin Debi. Aunt Pat was a beautiful bride! She was always in attendance at the Sunday Family dinner at Grandma and Grandpa Cork's. She would be helping to prepare and serve the dinners.
She loved to quilt with Grandma. She made me a special quilt for high school graduation that has traveled the country with me over the years. Wrapping up in the quilt is like getting a hug from Aunt Patty. She never missed sending Birthday and Christmas cards. She was always thinking of others first.
During my visits she loved looking at all the family photos I could find and share with her, puling from all the family's Facebook pages. She loved looking through old photo albums as well. Family was always her first priority.
I know when Birdie and Iva visited they had allot of fun playing Old Maid and Domino's, as well.
Rest in Peace, Love Cheri (Roberta's daughter)


Posted at 06:47pm
Aunt Pattie had the kindest soul. She was always thinking and giving to others. I remember after I had my first baby I received a surprise box from her full of diapers, wipes, a beautiful blanket, binkies, outfits and multiple other items. It was such a thoughtful gift and brought us so much joy. She was always doing things like that, random kind notes or creating a family recipe book (that I still Use every week). Her kindness, thoughtfulness and love is something I will Always remember her by.

Debi Weaver

Posted at 08:53am
I always enjoyed getting to see my Aunt Patty! As a young girl, I knew her as the "crafty" aunt - she was always making something unique and cool to share with those she loved. To this day, I remember a board game she gave me one year for Christmas: "What Shall I Be?"; when I wanted to play it, I'd say: "What shall I be, from Patty and Lee"! One time when Patty and Lee were at our house and we were all eating together, she "helped me out" -- I couldn't leave the table until my peas and beans were off of my plate - so she sneakily ate a few for me! When I went off to college and then married and moved to Idaho, Patty was always asking about me and enjoyed seeing pictures -- she never stopped caring. I don't think she ever missed sending me a birthday card or Christmas card - even when she couldn't get out to the store herself. I had fun the last couple of summer visits I got to have with Mom and Aunt Roberta, sitting around the table talking and eating and playing dominoes---of course, she wanted to know about each of my children and grandchildren. Patty and Lee loved to laugh - they could find joy in almost any normal situation, and their light-heartedness was contagious to the rest of us. For years, I have been absolutely amazed at Patty's attitude about her inability to get out of the wheelchair - what a lady - I could never have had the satisfaction to live every day like she has had to for so many years. Even when she was doing the radiation treatments, she reported that she felt fine and that everything was going to be okay because she knew where she was going. I praise God that Patty went to be with Jesus peacefully and did not need to endure a ton of pain. My heart is heavy with the loss of my sweet aunt, but I know I will see her again and that she is currently able to run on the streets of gold! Debi Weaver (daughter of Iva)

Judy Burns

Posted at 06:38pm
Always loved going to West Virginia to my aunt and uncles and seeing my cousin she wss always so much fun to be around will never forget what a great person she was love you always

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