Patricia Durocher


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Patricia Durocher

I am sad to announce the death of my wife, Patricia Durocher. She passed away on December 15th 2022, at Overlake Hospital in Bellevue Washington.

Born Patricia Jean Vergeyle, on March 22 1955, the daughter of Ruth & Joseph Vergeyle. She grew up in Seattle Washington with her parents, Sister Debbi and two brothers Tom and Dave.

After graduating from Chief Sealth High (Seattle, WA) in 1973, she attended college at the University of Washington for computer programing. Patti worked for several Northwest companies, Casey Family Programs (Seattle), Azteca Mexican Restaurant (Burien) and Warehouse Demo Services (Kirkland) supervising their accounting/payroll departments before retiring in 2017. She lived in Woodinville Washington

She loved to spend time with family & friends, Christmas holidays were always a hit. She enjoyed camping, traveling, summer barbecues

Patricia is survived by her husband of 28 years, Ronald Durocher, her son Douglas T. Daily, her sister Debbi Valle, two brothers Tom & Dave Vergeyle, as well as many extended family members.

Patti is very loved and will be missed by all that knew her.

Please do not send flowers or donations; instead please send donations to a worthy charity of your choice.

3 Responses to “Patricia Durocher”

  • Debbi says:

    I will miss you sissy.

  • Betty Diane Brown says:

    My deepest condolences to Patty’s siblings, husband, children and entire family.
    I thought about you often over the years. I have many fond memories of our days at Denny, Sealth and a few years after. Peace.

  • Douglas says:

    Sometimes I feel like I could just pick up the phone and call you but then I realize you left the earth. You thought the best of everyone. You taught me how to be kind to others even when you get nothing in return. I could always count on you to say the thing I needed to hear. I miss you everyday Mom.

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