Patricia M. Slamin

August 9th, 2020

Patricia M. Slamin, age 70, of Wilmington, formerly of Waltham, passed away peacefully on August 8, 2020, at the Sawtelle Family Hospice House in Reading.

Patricia was born on September 18, 1949; she was the cherished only child to James and Claudine (Mitchell) Slamin. Patricia was raised and educated in Waltham, MA and was a graduate of Waltham High School. Patricia always had a passion for learning; she went on to earn her Bachelor’s Degree from Emerson College and continued to further her education throughout her life.

For many years, Patricia was employed as an administrative assistant for a group of Pathologists at Quest Diagnostics Laboratories. Patricia’s great work ethic, her knowledge in her field and her endearing personality made her quite an asset to the company throughout the years.

In her spare time, Patricia, enjoyed reading, her book club and outings with her girlfriends. She loved to travel all over with her husband Ernest; some of their more memorable trips were to Italy, Switzerland and all over the Caribbean Islands. Patricia looked forward to seeing new places and meeting new people all over the world.

Patricia was Patriotic through and through; she was actively involved with the American Legion groups in Burlington and Wilmington and was passionate about advocating for our Veterans.

Patricia will be remembered as a wonderful lady who was always smiling; she was fun loving, caring and kind towards everyone she met. Patricia loved her family and friends with all her heart and she will forever be missed by all who loved her.

Patricia was the beloved wife of Ernest R. Kemery and step-mother of Elizabeth Lewis. Patricia is also survived by the Coleman family of Billerica whom she was very special to as well as her large extended family of friends.

Family and friends will gather at the Nichols Funeral Home, 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62), Wilmington, on Tuesday, August 11th for Visitation from 2:00-5:00 p.m. followed by a Celebration of Life at 5:00 p.m. Masks are required to be worn while in the Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Patricia’s memory may be made to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105.


12 Entries in Guest Book for “Patricia M. Slamin”

  1. Jackie Draper says:

    She was a person and will truly be missed RIP

  2. Donna and Sidney says:

    How do you say goodbye to someone who put so much glow into our lives? One thing is for sure, she will update the angels on the latest fashions. She will be missed by so many.

  3. Gayle Gilblair says:

    Patricia always had a smile on her face. She went out of her way to make you feel comfortable. It’s so hard to believe that she is gone. Patricia will be missed by so many people. Rest in peace sweet woman.

  4. Farid j Louis MD says:

    I am floored by the news of Trish passing away. She was the most loving and kind person. She was always there for me as an accomplished secretary and friend. She will be missed by everyone at Quest. I hope she will rest in peace with the angels in heaven

  5. Dawn (Kullman) Day says:

    Trish was such a beautiful person who lived life to the fullest. She was so loving, and there’s no one whose hugs will ever compare to hers! The Kullman family will be left with a huge void. Rest in peace, Trish.

  6. Jane Reynolds says:

    I am so sad to learn of Trisha’s passing. She was a special lady. RIP my friend.

  7. MaryEllen says:

    Ernie, I am so sorry to hear of Trish’s passing, she was a beautiful lady-fun loving, always smiling & giant hugs for everyone . You are in our thoughts & prayers. Rest In Peace Trish??????????

  8. Doris Osborne says:

    Trish was an absolute sweetheart of a woman! Kind, caring, generous and so vey loving (and the best hugs). To Ernie and family; as well as the entire Kullman Family – I am sorry for your loss.

    God Speed, Trish.

  9. Tracy and Danny says:

    We will miss you so much Trisha, you have no ideal. You were the life of the party and such a fun loving human being. We will miss your hugs and smile, and all the best times we had with you! Love you xoxo we will watch over Ernie for you.

  10. Liz and Bill says:

    Trish was, and I’m sure will continue to forever be, a joyful beam of light! Sweetest smile with a quick and snappy sense of humor. You will be missed dear friend.

  11. Salim Kabawat says:

    I am so sorry for this tremendous loss. Trisha worked in our department at Bioran then Quest Diagnostics for many years. She was exemplary in her dedication to hard work, accuracy and excellent patient care. In addition, she was always very pleasant, enthusiastic and radiating positive energy all around her. She was also a friend to many of us in addition to being a co-worker. She was always concerned for our well-being. I cannot forget all of the hard work she put in to organize a surprise 50th birthday party for me. She did not have to do this, but she did because she is a kind and loving person. I will always be grateful for this and many other nice gestures she displayed to me and others during the years we have known her. She added a lot of glow to our lives.
    We will miss Trisha dearly. The world has lost a wonderful person, but I am grateful for the blessings that her memory has left us with. May she rest in peace. May her family find consolation and healing. May her memory be eternal.

  12. Adrien and Jo-Anne Lemenager says:

    We are so very sorry for the loss of our dead sweet friend. Tricia was one of a kind. The most caring, gentle person we knew. Tricia became my friend at Bioran in the 1980’s.
    We used to go to with our other dear friend Maureen Keenan to lunch twice per month on Thursday pay days. Tricia would not go out in the rain, which I have such fond memories of laughing when she got caught with wet hair!!
    Over the years we would go to dinner, we continued to remain great friends.
    It was with great joy we welcomed Ernie into our lives.
    WE WILL MISS THAT SWEET SMILE. May you rest in peace, Godspeed my dear forever friend.

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