Paramore, Pat, passed away on Monday, January 16, 2006 at home. Born in Glendale, CA, Pat was 75 when she died. She was a member of the Gardena Chapter #260 of the Order of Easter Star. She is survived by her husband, Richard; Daughter, Jean Lynn Lanari of Arizona; Son, Rick Paramore of Los Angeles, CA and 3 grandchildren. Also survived by her sister, Nancy Bray of Yreka, CA. Private services were held.

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  1. I have many found memories of my mother, From days with the Cub Scouts which she was a den mother. Trips to Catalina on our boat. She was always able to help me in what ever I wanted to do, As in my drag racing adventures. See was always there to support me. She will be deeply missed in my every day life.

  2. Aunt Pat is my mother’s twin sister. We had a lot of fun times growing up with twin mothers. Numerous times Mom and Aunt Pat would literally “read each others mind” and feel what was happening with the other. Often they would be mistaken for each other by traveling friends, who wondered what Pat or Nan was doing in this place. We will miss knowing Aunt Pat was on earth — Mom feels the loss deeply.

  3. Growing up I used to love to spend my summers at Aunt Pat’s. Living in Northern California, there wasn’t much to do, so my sister, brother, and myself were able to tell all our friends about Disneyland and all the other places we got to see. Being the daughter of an identical twin was also fun, since all of my friends would do a double take everytime they saw my mom and Aunt Pat together. Aunt Pat will be greatly missed, but I am the lucky one to have had her in my life.

  4. I have to admit that I really didn’t know my grandma all that well, since I was real young when she had her first stroke and then her many after that. From what I do remember she was a lot of fun, she loved to play games with my cousins (Andrea and Ricky Laneri)and I were young, and she loved to play jokes on other family members. I look at pictures now through her passing and it just puts a smile to my face (even though the reason for the smile is unfortunate) just to see her smiling and just having a great time made me happy. I know the past few years of her life where hard on both herself an my grandfather, but I feel like the last few years were great, sure it was hard seeing her in the state she was in, but I really felt that we bonded. This is hard for all of us, but she is always in our hearts and the memories will last a lifetime and beyond. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. Best wishes to all family and friends. Jean Laneri is creating a web site dedicated to Pat’s remembrance. I will post another guest book entry when I am informed of what the address to that web site is. Thank you, and love to you all. Natalie Paramore

  5. My memories of Aunt Pat are numerous and are dear to me. She used to take care of me when both mom and dad worked or while dad was going to school. I remember when she and Uncle dick lived in a home where a train ran directly in back of their home, so you know how noisy that was!!! I remember the many Christmases and Easter Sundays at her home and shooting pool in Dick’s garage with tge HYGE model trains. U remember findly her Siamese cats that were all over the house long time ago. I sustained a long scar on my stomach from falling off a tricycle at age 7. I remember the many times spent at their Cabin In the Sky in Lake Arrowhead and it was for that reason that Bob and I spent our honeymoon in Big Bear-Lake Arrowhead. Another fond memory is when I picked Aunt Pat, Uncle Dick, Uncle Gordon and Aunt Nan to take us all up to NBC Studios and watch them tape a Jack Benny Special. Aunt Pat was fun to be aroundm she always loved to laugh and have a food time. She was always a very fiving person. The last time I saw and talked with herm was at dad’s funeral almost 8 years ago when I saw Natalie the last time and also Uncle Dick and Rick. I also know Aunt Pat has been reunited with her parents and brothers, so she is enjoying being with them. And, she us at peace and not in pain.

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