Patricia A. Pease

Apr 19, 2019
Patricia Pease

Lincolnville — Patricia Ann Maddocks Feener Pease, 84, died April 18, 2019, at her home, peacefully, with her loving husband, Dennis Pease, by her side. Patricia was born June 11, 1934, in Brooks, to Everett E. and Eleanor Mae (Carlton) Maddocks.

She grew up in Searsport, where she attended local schools, including Searsport High School, graduating in 1952. She lived in several parts of the country during her younger years, including time in Washington, D.C., and Orange Grove, Calif. In 1963 she returned to Lincolnville, as she liked living close to her family and near the ocean, which she enjoyed immensely. Patricia was a hardworking woman who finished her career as an executive secretary for International Marine in Rockport.

She had a knack for collections, including Beanie Babies, Santa Clauses and cow figurines. She enjoyed multiple trips to Nashville, Tenn., where she was able to enjoy her love of country music, and where she and Dennis were married in 1984. She enjoyed dancing with her husband and friends at the 10-4 Diner and dance hall in Montville.

After retiring in the early 2000s, Patricia enjoyed spending time with her great-grandchildren and took them on many adventures, including to Bryant Stove Works, on ferry trips to Islesboro and many other local attractions. She loved knitting and baking; always working on a new project for the grandkids, including a special baby blanket for her great-great-granddaughter. She was very involved in her family and focused on making sure she didn’t miss any events that were meaningful to the family.

Patricia was predeceased by both her parents, her first husband, Wilbert Henry Feener, and special brother Larry Maddocks.

Patricia is survived by her husband, Dennis Pease, of Lincolnville; daughter Lynn Hutchings and her husband, Michael, of Lincolnville; stepson David Feener of Tampa, Fla.; her grandchildren, Jason St. Clair and his wife, Whitney, of Lincolnville, Jamie St. Clair and his wife, Pam, of Freeport and Heather St. Clair and significant other Steve Emerson of Lincolnville. As well, great-grandchildren Chandler St. Clair, Lexi St. Clair, Isabella St. Clair and Callan St. Clair, and great-great-granddaughter Paisley Ann; step-children, Tammy Strout and her husband, Lenny, Jeff Pease and his wife, Terry, and Tiffany Pease and her significant other, Carlos; siblings Pamela Knowlton, Everett Maddocks, Herbert Maddocks, Janie Simpson, Gary Maddocks, Butch D’Alessandro and Judy D’Alessandro; and many other extended family members.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to PAWS Animal Adoption Center in Camden, online at pawsadoption.org. A memorial gathering will be held Tuesday, April 23, from 1 to 3 p.m. at Riposta Funeral Home, 182 Waldo Ave., Belfast. Memories and condolences may be shared at ripostafh.com.

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