Patricia L. Morneau

  • Died: October 3, 2021
  • Location: Manchester, New Hampshire

Lambert Funeral Home & Crematory

1799 Elm St
Manchester, NH 03104

Tel. (603) 625-6951

Tribute & Message From The Family

Patricia "Patti" Louise (Morrow) Morneau, a proud wife, mother and grandmother, passed away peacefully on October 3, 2021. Her family was by her side, bringing her comfort, sharing memories, and treasuring every last moment.

Patti was the daughter of Almon Morrow and Ella (Stevens) Morrow and was born in Lancaster, NH. She had five siblings and grew up in both Colebrook and Littleton, NH. She was a graduate of Littleton High School and Concord Commercial College.

In her younger years, she was a switchboard operator for AT&T in the town of Littleton. She spent her adult life as a proud resident of Manchester, NH and finished her career as a Medical Records Specialist for the Manchester Mental Health Center.

Patti's passion was spending her time antiquing and yardsaling. She loved to find vintage shops and new destinations looking for her next treasure. She was happiest when spending time with her family and friends.

The final years of her life were difficult due to the effects of CIDP, which is a muscle degenerating disease, but she never allowed the terrible illness to diminish her courage or hope, smiling at the love of her family right up until the end.

Patti leaves behind her husband and best friend of 57 years, Robert "Bob" Lucien Morneau along with their cherished shih tzu, Jackson; son, Michael Allen Morneau, wife Susan and her much loved grandson, Kellan James, all of La Jolla, CA; daughter, Jill Marie Jackson and her adored granddaughter, Abigail Ella and partner Hannah of Manchester, NH; and son, James Edward Morneau and significant other Debbie of Manchester. She is also survived by her three brothers, Donald Morrow of Bethlehem, NH, Stephen Morrow and wife Gladys of Dover, NH and Gary Morrow of Manchester, NH and many nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by her two sisters, Gloria Desrosiers and Marge Gregory.

In celebration of Patti's life and lieu of flowers, donations in Patti's memory may be made to the Manchester VNA Hospice, 1070 Holt Ave., Manchester, NH 03109, who provided the end of life care for Patti.

Services will be private and at the convenience of the family.

Lambert Funeral Home & Crematory, Manchester is assisting the family with arrangements.

Condolence & Memory Journal

I´m so very sorry Jill. My deepest condolences to you and your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Posted by Heidi Milonas - Other   November 01, 2021

You and your family are in my prayers. Have great memories if all our beautiful times together with our boys God grant you the strength to endure these difficult times.

Posted by Frances Hoey Dopler    October 11, 2021

To Mrs. Morneau's husband, Mr. Bob Morneau, my long-time baseball coach, mentor and friend, and family - I am deeply saddened to read about Mrs. M's death. The Morneau family was a second family to me when my dad was very ill and I was being coached by Mr. M. I'll never forget driving with them to yard sales when I was 12, and their love and guidance. Godspeed, and may her memory be a blessing.

Posted by Jeffrey Tremblay - Portland, ME - Friend   October 10, 2021

Saddened to learn of Patti's passing. Patti, Bob and I were members of the Class of 61 at Littleton High School. Patti and I were operators for NET&T for several years, as well. Always a pleasure to see her when she returned to Littleton to visit family. My deepest sympathy to Bob and family.

Posted by Karen Tunney-Spaulding - Carmel, NY - Friend   October 08, 2021

Though Patti's passing brings with it much sadness, it's important that her sense of humor be remembered. She and Bob had been high school sweethearts, but he had left Twin Mountain for over a year. When he returned, he drove slowly by her house and about a half-hour later, got a call from her. Patti said that to be sure she'd notice he was back, his drive by was so slow that the neighbors were actually able to watch the leaves change color! They've been together ever since. Rest in peace, Patti.

Posted by Ted Menswar - Manchester, NH - Friend   October 06, 2021

Rest in Peace Pat. Sorry for your loss Bob, Mike, Jill and Jim.

Posted by Timothy Syrek - Manchester, NH - Neighbor   October 06, 2021

Sending you thoughts of peace during your time of sorrow. May your fond memories bring you much comfort.

Posted by Susan Gregoire    October 06, 2021

So sorry to hear of your loss, Bob.

Posted by Mike Murphy    October 06, 2021

I'd like to express my sincere condolences to Bob and all family members for your loss.

Posted by Dan Garrity - Friend   October 06, 2021

My heartfelt sympathy to the Morneau family. May memories be a source of comfort at this time

Posted by Kathie Baker - Manchester, NH - Friend   October 06, 2021

Jim deepest sympathy on your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Susan Hawes - Manchester, NH - Friend   October 05, 2021

Our Deepest Sympathy to the Morneau Family in their loss. Although we never met Pat I knew Her wonderful husband growing up in Twin Mountain. After many years later we were able to meet him again this summer.
He talked about her and what a wonderful wife she was.
She is at Peace now and God will watch over her.
Sonny and Nancy White

Posted by Charles(Sonny) White - Manchester, NH - Friend   October 05, 2021

Patti, loosing a friend is one of life's true Sorrows. May you rest in peace.

Posted by Elaine Boucher - Penacook, NH - Friend   October 05, 2021

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