Patricia ‘Pat’ (Daigle) Frallicciardi

MADAWASKA, Maine — Patricia ‘Pat’ (Daigle) Frallicciardi died at home on August 2, 2017 in Madawaska, ME, at the age of 75.

Pat was born on March 5, 1942 in Andover, MA, to Adrian “Pete” and Rita (Picard) Daigle. She attended Notre Dame de La Sagesse High School in St. Agatha, ME. She later went to the University of Maine at Fort Kent, where she received a Bachelor degree, went  to University of Southern Maine received a Bachelor of Science of Nursing.  After finishing her degree in Portland she returned to the St. John Valley to practice as a Registered Nurse.

Pat was a devoted Catholic that loved life and spending time with family and friends and her little dog Laya. Most times she could be found at her grandson’s football game or listening to music in the park with Laya at her side. Her joy of cooking has touched all that knew her and all holidays at her house were filled with family as well as friends  that had no place to go.

Pat is survived by her daughter and Nicolle and son-in-law Stephen Ring and their three children Sydney, Brandon and Connor of Delafield, WI; her son Vincent, his son Darren and his wife Melanie Michaud of Madawaska ; two brothers Ronald and his wife Rena and Jimmy both of Sinclair, Maine; sister Linda Daigle Dumond, she resides in St. Agatha with her husband, Mark and 2 children, Morgan, and Sydney. Nieces and nephews, Tammy, Todd, Troy Amy and Joey. She was predeceased by her parents Adrian in 2001 and Rita in 1989 and former spouse Rocco Frallicciardi in 2015. Pat was involved in many area groups such as Daughters of Isabella, St. Thomas circle #546, Ladies of St. Anne of St. David, Our lady of the Child of Jesus and Notre Dame Du Mont Carmel.

Funeral services will be in Sinclair at the St. Joseph Catholic Church on Friday Aug. 11, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. From 9:15 to time of services the family will be at church to receive your condolences. Burial will be in the St. Joseph Cemetery following the Mass, weather permitting. A luncheon will be served in the basement of the church by the community for family, friends, and acquaintances of Pat. Donations may be made to St. Joseph Restoration Campaign. Funeral Arrangements by Michaud Funeral Home of St. Agatha. Condolences may be sent to

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