Grall, Patricia C.

June 16, 1938 - March 8, 2014

Patricia Christine Grall, 75, of Dallas, Texas passed away peacefully on March 8th 2013. “Pat” Grall, daughter of Agnes and Michael Kennedy, loving wife of Gary Grall who proceeded her in death, passed away on March 8th in Richardson, Texas after a battle with small cell lung cancer.

She is survived by her son Christopher and daughter in law, Alexandria.

She is also survived by her two older sisters Eileen Cooper and Ann Satchwell.  She was born in Birmingham United Kingdom and emigrated to the United States in 1965. She settled in California and later moved to Arvada, Colorado. Pat worked as a technical librarian for Continental Airlines. She eventually moved to Houston, Texas until her retirement.

After her retirement she moved to Dallas Texas to be closer to her son.

She had a strong love of reading and loved game shows. She appeared on several televised game shows in the 1970’s. Pat loved to share story’s of her life with anyone. She was known for her unconditional love and support for friends and family, and speaking her mind. Pat was a very loving, witty, caring soul who would give you the shirt off her back and expect nothing in return.

She will be greatly missed by her family and her friends and will remain in our hearts forever. Her request was that no service be held.

Part of her remains will be interred in Ft. Logan National Cemetery along side her husband. The rest of her remains will be spread in the United Kingdom and along the United States countryside.

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




6 replies on “Grall, Patricia C.”

Alex says:

Miss you. Anytime I pass Anne Taylor, or see a girl dressed smart.. I will think of you 🙂

Mary Ann Lloyd says:

I did not get to know Pat as well as I would like, but she was a very loving Mother and friend. She was truly interested in the world around and I am sorry she had to suffer but she is now at peace.

Vickie Bond says:

My thoughts and love is with you both.
Pat will be missed. She was such a special person.
A wonderful friend and a part of my family.
She was like a sister to me and will always be
In my heart.

Virginia Graham says:

Aunty Pat was a caring, funny, strong lady, who loved all of us dearly. Although we did not see her as much as we would have liked, we remained very close. I am so glad i was able to visit her in January and tell her how much we, especially I, loved her.
RIP Aunty Pat love always Virginia, John and Family

Joanne Eickman says:

Pat was a beautiful, caring woman with a lot of class. I will miss her wonderful humor and feel very lucky to have had her as my friend. My thoughts and prayers to you Chris and Alex. You took wonderful care of her. Loved her and love you both.

Faye Griffin says:

I very much miss my aunt Pat who was such a loving and funny aunt and I am o glad I was able to spend time with her several weeks before she passed

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