Patricia S. Caufield 71, of McGraw went to be with the lord July 28, 2013 at home surrounded by her family.
Pat was born February 28, 1942 in Cortland, the daughter of the late Adelbert and Beatrice Adamy Smith.
She graduated from Ithaca School of Nursing, had been employed at the Cornell Medical Center in NYC, Wothe Nursing Home in Cortland, was Charge Nurse at Cortland Nursing Home, had also worked at the Elizabeth Brewster House in Homer, Cortland and McGraw School Districts, and retired from CAPCO as Disability Cooratonator
.Pat was a member of the McGraw United Methodist Church, charter member of the McGraw Fire Department Rescue Squad, and a life member of the Good Sam Club. She enjoyed her trips to the Amish Country, camping with family and friends, but her greatest joy was spending time with her granddaughter.
Pat is survived by her husband of 50 years James Caufield, her sons Todd (Mary) Caufield, Gene (Jody) Caufield,
granddaughter Melissa Caufield, Sister Karen (William) Stas, several nieces and nephews, gt nieces and nephews
and her loving canine companion Gidgett.
In addition to her parents Pat was predeceased by her sister Terry L Smith.
Funeral Services will be held 1:00 pm Friday at the McGraw United Methodist Church. Friends are invited to call from 11:00 am ââ€š¬ââ‚¬Å“ 1:00 pm at the church prior the service.
Interment will follow in McGrawville Cemetery.
Anyone wishing to make a memorial contribution in Pats name is asked to consider Caring Community HOSPICE of Cortland County 11 Kennedy Parkway Cortland, NY 13045, the McGraw United Methodist Church 22 East Main St. McGraw, NY 13101, or the charity of ones choice.
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Jim and family, We were sorry to hear of Pat's passing. We both enjoyed working with her at MCS. Jim you have such great boys. Todd and Gene we are sorry for your loss, but know your Mom was loved by many. Larry and Nancy Winfield
Jim, and family ,Sorry for your loss, your in my prayers, need anything, call, Frosty!
So sorry to hear that Pat has passed. A very lovely lady indeed! Prayers to the family, she will be missed! Cathy & Fritz Thompson
Our hearts and prayer are with Jim, Todd, Jean and the rest of the family. Doug Kenyon
much more that we can say, except to express our condolences at your loss. We talked frequently way back when Gene worked with us and we were trying to track down where he was or was going! Now we drive by your home frequently, Gene, and are pleased that you and Jody are doing well. Gary & Jane (PS: As I type this note, I am looking at the clock you gave to me for my birthday a long time ago)
Our Our deepest Sympathy to you and your family in Pats passing. May the good memories stay with you and help get you thru the bad times. She rarely knew the word no and She will be missed by all who knew her. again we are so sorry for your loss. Bob and Ann