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It's hard to believe that it has been a year since your passing. You are missed. Although you are no longer with us here at the Army Research Laboratory, you are not forgotten. R.I.P.

Posted by: Royce Slade-Morton - Adelphi, MD - Coworker   May 09, 2018

To the family of Ms. Pat, May God Bless you in your time of sorrow. We know that God only takes the best, RIP Ma, We love you!!!

One of your many children.
Stephanie Hicks

Posted by: Stephanie Hicks - Lanham, MD - Coworker   May 23, 2017

My condolences to the family..may you rest in peace Ms Pat....

Posted by: Carla Shepherd-Jenkins - Glen Burnie, MD - coworker   May 21, 2017

My deepest condolences to the entire Finley family as well as Ms. Pat's extended family at the Army Research Laboratory (ARL).

Posted by: Leslie Fisher - Odenton, MD - coworker   May 21, 2017

Patricia i'm really going to miss you. You are with God in heaven. I love you. Your cousin Ann

Posted by: Ann Mosee' - Temple Hills, MD - family   May 21, 2017

I worked with Ms Pat for over 30 years - she was a wonderful, kind and gentle soul. Not a person who met her didn't immediately realize how special she was. My sincere condolences to her family and loved ones.

Posted by: Louise McGovern - Adelphi, MD - coworker   May 18, 2017

I will always remember your smile Aunt Patricia. Rest in Paradise.

Posted by: Kirea Williams - Oxon Hill, MD - Family   May 17, 2017

Sending my condolences to the family. I worked with Pat 32 years and she will be missed. Weeping may endure for a night but joy comes in the morning.

Posted by: Pam Brown - Clinton, MD - Coworker   May 17, 2017

I must say, my heart is heavy after hearing this news today. Although I only met Ms. Pat a few years before she retired, it felt like I knew her for many years beyond that. I can genuinely say that after her retirement, I have missed seeing her wonderful smile and our pleasant conversations we had in the front lobby or cafeteria.

It's really all the connections that we make with people throughout our lifetime that carries on our legacy

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Posted by: Eric DeCuir Jr - Washington, DC - Coworker   May 17, 2017

Pat (Grandma Pat to my son) and I have been friends for 38 years. We could have conversations that lasted forever. She was always there to lend an ear no matter who you were. She was a mother, grandmother, mentor to many young children and older ones as well. I miss the days when we used to go to lunch, was always fun to be with her. She will be missed. RIP my friend.

Posted by: Rita Stephens - Adelphi, MD - Coworker   May 17, 2017