Lombardi, Patricia Lynn

October 31, 1968 - May 17, 2017

Patricia Lynn Lombardi, beloved, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend to many passed away peacefully May 17, 2017 due to complications from breast cancer.

Patricia (48) was born October 31, 1968.  She received an MA in Counseling Psychology and provided enormous support to many as a Crisis therapist.  Patricia was predeceased by her father, William Lombardi.

She is survived by her mother, Lucille Lombardi; sisters Anna (Bill) Klosterman, Kathy (Jeff) Waskow, and Christine Dunham; brothers Bill (Marcia) Lombardi, Jonathan Lombardi, and Marc Lombardi; and numerous nieces and nephews.

A service to celebrate her life will be held at 1:00 pm on May 31st at Prince of Peace Catholic Church with the family receiving friends at 12:00 pm.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations be made in her name to National Alliance on Mental Illness or Susan G. Komen.

Arrangements are under the direction of
ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75252

8 replies on “Lombardi, Patricia Lynn”

Sue Morris says:

We are so sorry to hear about your beloved sister, Christine. May God be with all of you at this sad and difficult time. Love you and are praying for you.
Sue and Gerald

Sheila Henry says:

Thank you for being a faithful friend, over the top kind, gentle and compassionate. Your smiles and laughs are a part of me.
Your life matters and you speak volumes to me.
Love you precious Pattie…you are the apple of God’s eye.

Jim Clopton says:

Patricia was the top student in my section of Abnormal Psychology one semester. She started a PhD program but was forced to quit by the start of a chronic illness. Patricia and I stayed in touch via email, I wrote several letters of recommendation for jobs she applied for, and she was persistent and determined to get on with life despite her continuing problems with her health. She was an inspiration to me. I pray that her family and close friends can comfort and support each other in this time of grieving, and they will share with each good memories, like the ones I have of Patricia.

Andy Kovarik says:

It saddened me to hear of the passing of Patricia. My thoughts and prayers are with Bill and the entire Lombardi family.

Dodie O'Brien says:

I’ve known Pattie and the Lombardi family ever since her first day at Ursuline, where my daughter Sheila met her. That friendship blossomed through their days together as roommates at UT. The memory of Pattie will always be with us; we loved her! We pray for her soul. Our deepest sympathy and prayers for all of the Lombardi family.
Dodie and Jim O’Brien

Monique & James Lynch says:

Patricia was a genuine, compassionate tolerant young lady. She was a real person: very thoughtful, always ready to help those who needed help, in a very quiet way. I had the privilege to teach her French and because she was friend with our daughter she became quickly part of our family.She was brilliant in a very humble way. You are with your dear Dad Patti, rest in peace. We love you Mr & Mrs Lynch

Karen Dilworth says:

I had the pleasure of meeting Patti on three or four occasions and fell in love with her laugh within minutes. Her quick wit and intelligence was like a magnet – I could have talked to her for hours, unfortunately we were headed in to watch a movie with her sister, Kathy, one of my dearest friends, and we probably would have gotten kicked out if we had kept up with our shenanigans. I am so sorry to hear of her passing and I am sending loads and loads of hugs and prayers to all of her family members. May all of your memories be a comfort to all of you.

Tonja Niemi says:

Enjoyed going on a cruise out of Galveston. We didn’t stop at any ports due to the weather delays, so it was a few fun days chatting, dining, and enjoying the entertainment. Patty had a good heart and sincerely wanted to help others. She was a good friend. While the news of her passing is sad, I am grateful that she is not suffering. I wish we had kept in touch after our moves. Prayers for the family.

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