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Patricia Dawn Healey

February 20, 1936 ~ August 11, 2019 (age 83)

Patricia Dawn Wilson Healey

Patricia (Patsy) Dawn Healey, 83, longtime resident of Waipio, Hawaii, went to join her passed loved ones and the Lord on August 11, 2019.  She was born on February 20, 1936 in Millinocket, Maine, to her parents Woodrow and Lula (MacKenzie) Wilson.

Patsy grew up in the small town of Millinocket, Maine where she attended Stearns High School, the graduating Class of 1954.  She graduated with honors as a member of the National Honor Society, she was in many activities to include Glee Club, Christmas Pageants, Basketball Usher, and on the Bowling Team.  She worked at the corner Drug Store all through high school and after graduating she worked in the medical office of Dr. Desjardin.  Patsy was a Christian girl, raised and baptized in the Congregational Church, Millinocket, Maine.

In June of 1955, Patsy married her sweetheart and the love of her life Terrance (Terry) Healey, this past June they were privileged to celebrate 64 years of marriage together.  They built a beautiful family and life together, traveling the world while Terry served in the United States Air Force.  Patsy stayed home to raise their children.  She taught cake decorating, volunteered for the Red Cross at military medical facilities and after Terry retired from the Air Force, they moved back to their favorite place in the world, the beautiful island of Oahu, Hawaii. Patsy waited until her children were grown to join the work force, a trained medical assistant, she taught courses for the Med-Assist School of Hawaii.  She became the Site Manager and Contracts Specialist for Shinco Corporation, a janitorial service company, she ran the government cleaning contracts on all of Pearl Harbor Naval Air Station for many years until her retirement. They enjoyed making friends and living life to the fullest on their special trips to the island of Maui.

Patsy was a great cook and loved to bake – her cookies, pies and decorated cakes were exceptional, especially her doll cakes, if you ever received one you know just how much love went into each and every one.  She loved going to the beach, she loved a good crossword puzzle, her favorite holiday was Christmas, her favorite color was purple and she loved anything that sparkled.  There was nothing Patsy was more passionate or prouder of than her family, for all those that knew her, she will be remembered for her joy of life, caring and giving nature, her hearty laugh and the pride of being Scottish.

It is impossible to do her justice in writing about her life.  She is the wife all women should aspire to be, the mother and grandmother that loved greatly without hesitation or judgment.  She was the most caring and genuine friend a person could ever have.  She will be missed by all who loved her and knew her.  She will be looking down from Heaven watching and still loving us as she did while living.  

Patsy is survived by her husband Terry and their five children: Desiree Marie Strong and her husband, Robert, of Edmond, Oklahoma; Michael Patrick Healey, of Honolulu, Hawaii; Robin Lynn Plante, of Waipio, Hawaii; Terrance “Chip” D. Healey II, of Carrollton, Texas; and Kathleen Carrie Kamakaokalani “Kamaka” Goings, of Savannah, Georgia; and her hanai son Nemaia Sila, Jr., of Carrollton, Texas.  She is also survived by 11 grandchildren – Bryan Glatt, Kenneth Glatt, Daniel Stiner, Jared Lene, Devin Healey, Shannon Healey, Gabriel Goings, Austin Healey, Trey Healey, Leilah Goings, and Katie Healey and 4 great-grandchildren – Nathaniel Glatt, Jacob Glatt, Brandon Glatt and Madison Lene.  Patsy was one of 2 children; her beloved sister Marie Bouley and her husband Al Bouley of Eugene, Oregon survives her.  Patsy also leaves behind four nephews, Bob, Bill, Ralph and David Bouley and many beloved cousins.  There are a few very special people that she would want recognized– Mualeava Lene, Douglass “Tiger” Owens, and Norm Plante, Jr.

The Healey family will pay tribute to their beloved matriarch, and celebrate her life and beautiful spirit on Wednesday, 9 October at the Mililani Memorial Park & Mortuary, Mauka Chapel.  Public Visiting from     1100 – 1200, Service from 1200 – 1300, a private burial will follow, immediate family members only

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