Patricia M. Knight

WATERVILLE – Patricia M. Knight of Waterville, passed away on Tuesday, July 26, 2022, at Maine General Medical Center with her family by her side.

Patricia was born in Winslow, Maine on April 30, 1938, the youngest daughter of the late Joseph Bolduc and Martha (Violette) Bolduc. Patricia attended Winslow School and earned an Accounting Degree at the University of Maine Augusta.

Patricia retired from Inland Hospital in 2000 after 33 years in the Accounting Department. Patricia then worked for H&R Block for 14 years where she retired in 2014. Patricia worked during her retirement part time for Belgrade Auto.

Patricia was a member of Corpus Christie Parish where she served as a lector, CCD teacher and was on the Pre-Cana committee as part of the speaker couples.

Patricia was a past member of HFMA serving on the board, also serving on the Board of Delta. Patricia was a life member of the Winslow VFW.

Patricia’s favorite place was Great Moose Lake where she enjoyed spending time with her family, boating, swimming, fishing, and tending her flower garden.

She was predeceased by her son Gregg, grandson Tobey Hockridge, two sisters, Doris Reid and Gloria, six brothers, Armond, Hector, Lucien, Richard, Ray and Norris.

Patricia will be dearly missed by her husband of 67 years, James W. Knight, her daughters, Cindy Hockridge and husband Stu of South China, Tricia Maheu and husband David of Belgrade, her daughter-in-law Patricia Knight of Arizona, her sister Lillian Lovett of York, as well as her three grandchildren, Kim Knight of Arizona, her three children, Alex, Aiden and Maddie, Danny Knight of Arizona, Erik Maheu and his wife Robyn from Winslow, their two sons, Maddox and Julien, Tobey’s daughters, Payton and Paige from Colorado Springs. Several nieces and nephews.

A memorial mass will be held on Wednesday, August 10, at 9 a.m., at Notre Dame Catholic Church in Waterville.

The family requests

no flowers.

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