Condolence & Memory Journal

I knew Patty when we danced for June Taylor. She made everyday a fun experience and I will always have fond memories of our time dancing together. It was such a joy to see her on M*A*S*H.

Posted by Irene (Brown) Thomas - Citrus Springs, FL   January 21, 2016

I remember Pat very fondly. My Father was her house painter in Los Angeles, Ca back in the 70's and early 80's. Pat talked to me about acting when I was a teenager in the San Fernando Valley, she was so joyful and patient, funny and loving, that is how I remember her. My dad and Pat would talk about New Jersey, both having been born there. She sent me a package of dresses for my first child in 1984, and numerous other things through the years. Both my parents were very fond of her. She would call once or twice a year for some touch up painting or repainting that my dad would do.
I am very sorry for your loss of this wonderful woman, who left such a huge impression on my heart at such a young age. Thank you Pat for the talks about life, acting, children and your laughter. I will never forget you and will always be grateful for your wisdom. Diane Grant sunvalgifts at gmail dot com. ( If the family is reading this , I would love to share memories of Pat from my parents, and myself!)

Posted by Diane Silvestri Grant - Ventura, CA - My Dad was your house painter   April 18, 2012

I was sad to read about Miss Stevens' passing. I have never met Miss Stevens and I simply wanted to say that I enjoyed watching her as Nurse Baker on M*A*S*H and always heard her voice every Saturday morning as Velma on The Scooby-Doo Show.

Posted by Maurice Gravelle - Ottawa, ON (Canada)   February 17, 2012

I am so sorry to learn of Pat's passing. I sold Pat her first house in Los angeles. We kept in touch for awhile but life interviens and I am sorry for that. She was a funny and bright person. I will light a candle for her and remeber her at mass.

Posted by Bev Meehan - san diego, CA   January 04, 2011

I worked with Pat on The Fantasticks in 2008. She was a joy to work with and I have very fond memories of the production. I am so sorry to hear of her passing, but she seemed to me to be a joyful and fulfilled person. I'm glad I had the chance to know her.

Posted by Matt Cederholm - Ashland, MA   September 16, 2010

I played the role of Private Igor, the cook, on the television series MASH. It's been over thirty years since I had the pleasure of working with Pat on that show. She appeared a number of times as the character of Nurse Baker. Pat was genuinely funny and brought humor and light to every moment she had on screen. I've always been a fan of funny people, and I was a big fan of Pat's.

My condolences to her family.

Jeff Maxwell

Posted by Jeff Maxwell - Los Angeles, CA - Actor friend   June 09, 2010

I worked with Pat last year and she was someone who you could never dislike. As a high schooler i loved working with someone who was very laid back and loved to have fun. She was full of creativity and loved being around the kids in our camp. I really enjoyed being a part of Pat's Peter Pan production and I loved being able to work by Pat's side. I know where ever Pat is right now she is looking down at the world knowing that she made a great influence and really put smile on people faces. Pat was an amazing person and will never be forgotten. I am deeply sorry for your loss, but i am sure Pat is happy and resting.

Posted by Guillermo Creamer - Sturbridge - Co-Worker   June 01, 2010