Patricia “Pat” Ann Danes

Born: 02/15/1951 Passed:

Patricia “Pat” Ann Danes of Eastlake, OH, passed away on October 27, 2019 at the age of 68. She was born in Euclid, OH on February 15, 1951. She was married to Hank Danes III. Pat was a beloved daughter, wife, mother and grandmother whom cherished her family deeply. Hank and Pat spend 44 amazing years together. Their love and loyalty for one another was truly inspirational.

Pat had a passion for the Pittsburgh Steelers and working out with her Fitworks friends. She attended every drag race to cheer on her favorite driver, her son, Moose Danes. Pat lived vicariously through her daughter, Krissy, who traveled the United States and visited some of the most beautiful places. Over many years, Pat adopted and cared for her dogs and birds who truly were her “fur babies”. Most of all, Pat’s world revolved around her grandchildren.

This vibrant, energetic, loving woman is survived by her mother, Virginia Turner, her husband, Hank Danes III, daughter Krissy, son-in-law Mike, grandchildren Mike and Jenna; her son Moose, daughter-in-law Traci and granddaughter Freya.

At this time, to respect Pat’s wishes, no public services are planned. With the permission of the family a service Celebrating Pat’s life will be held at a future date. Information will be posted when arrangements have been made. Condolences can be shared with the family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

Heritage Cremation Society
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4 Tributes to Patricia “Pat” Ann Danes

  1. Jeanne aginsburgh says:

    Pat was one of the most kind, generous and caring people that I have ever met. Together Pat, Hank and I stood beside Claudia Vaigl as she fought cancer. I am so saddened by the loss of Pat not just for myself but for her entire family as well. God Bless all of you. Love

  2. Clifford Campbell says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Our families have been friends for many years. I’m heartbroken. Love you all .

  3. Kim Edmondson says:

    Rest peacefully, Pat. You were a treasure and I’m glad I had the opportinity to spend some moments with you over the years. Thank you for being kind and fair and for never being judgemental. Your love was truly unconditional. In so many ways, you were the glue. Love you.

    My love and prayers go to the family and friends who will mourn this sweet lady.

    Go Steelers!

  4. Lucy Muttillo says:

    I met Pat about 30 years ago when I worked with her sister-in-law and my close friend, Claudia Vaigl, at St. Luke’s Hospital. A beautiful woman who loved her family. I am sorry for your loss…may she rest in paradise!❤

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