Obituary: Patricia Wojcik Moomey | The Daily Courier

Stan Smith / June 05,2020

Pat was lifted up into the arms of Jesus on Sunday, Might 31st, 2020, after a full and rewarding life. She was born in Syracuse, New York on December 12, 1942, to Stanley Wojcik and Margaret Jackson Wojcik. She lived within the Syracuse space till 1964 after which moved to California. In 1967, her solely youngster, Douglas, was born. Pat met Keith Moomey in 1975 and so they married in April 1977.

Throughout Pat’s profession, she spent 18 years at The Phone Co. N.Y. and Pacific Phone. She went to high school to grow to be a full-charge bookkeeper, and within the 1980s she modified her profession to serving to households with addictions. She grew to become the Director of Rehabilitation for The Salvation Military in Canoga Park, Calif. and said many instances it was the very best 7-½ years of her profession. She thought of the various remodeled lives nothing wanting “miracles.” She and Keith fashioned a corporation referred to as Christians Making Connections. They organized 5 all-day conferences and raised cash for Overcomers Outreach, a 12-step ministry for Christians. They facilitated a weekly 12-step group at their church for 13 years. Pat additionally grew to become a Grasp Gardener and Consulting Rosarian. Throughout her profession she grew to become a Christian counselor in Ventura, Calif. and was an Interventionist for 32 years. She cherished every household she labored with, and plenty of supplied periodic updates over time. In 2010, she and Keith moved to Prescott, the place they retired and felt from the start that it was an amazing alternative. Pat grew to become very actively concerned with the substance abuse coalition, MATFORCE. She was a board member for a number of years. Pat loved educating a life talent’s course for Habitat for Humanity new dwelling recipients. She volunteered within the native colleges, educating gardening and different courses.

Pat constructed a number of dollhouses over time, and cherished to knit and crochet objects to divulge to these in want. She cherished her many gardens and acquired a number of first-place awards for her roses on the Yavapai County Honest. Fly fishing grew to become a ardour in her later years. Her coronary heart was with our nation. She was an avid patriot and she or he spent many hours volunteering with the Republican Girls of Prescott. Pat was honored to be the primary recipient of the group’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Pat was all the time grateful for the time she had with family and friends. She lived her stay to the fullest. She loved many great journeys, and was capable of go to the Holy Land in December 2019.

She is survived by Keith, her husband of 43 years; her son, Douglas; and two grandchildren, Nicholas and Siobhan.

A Celebration of Life can be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 27th at Prescott Church of the Nazarene, 2110 Willow Creek Highway in Prescott. These wishing to recollect Pat in a particular means might contribute in her reminiscence to MATFORCE, an company of group volunteers who work collectively to stop drug use and construct more healthy communities. Donations will be mailed to 8056 E. Valley Highway, Suite B, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314 or made on-line at www.matforce.org.

Funeral Preparations entrusted to Ruffner- Wakelin Funeral Properties. Please go online to www.ruffnerwakelin.com to signal Pat’s guestbook and share a reminiscence with the household.

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