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Patricia M. Feinstein
February 23, 1941 - February 18, 2020

Patricia Mae Feinstein 78, died at home due to complications from the treatment of metastatic melanoma. She was surrounded by love, and true to form, did not go gently into that good night.

She was a creative and passionate person, guided by curiosity. She asked herself the hard questions, and encouraged others to do the same. She loved her family, friends, and the ocean. We miss her, and the sparkle behind her blue eyes terribly.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Ellis Feinstein. She shines brightly in the hearts of her family, daughters Mishelle Skinner and Maria McNeely, stepdaughter Sheri Feinstein, grandchildren Rachel Patricia Neff, Chase Jensen and Wyatt Thorpe, sisters Judy Dobson, Cathy Jarrett and Peggy Cannon, and dear friend Michael Sherwood.

Memories of Patty can be shared on the Conger Morris website. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Jackson County Special Olympics. Our family would like to thank the kind care of Dr. Mujahid Risvi.

Instead of a service, Patty would want the following: Get out and move your body, listen to good music, share your love, and vote.

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  • Please accept my deepest condolences for your family’s loss. The description of her (above) was so well written and honoring. Thank you for sharing her in this way. She touched my life and so many others at Scala.

    The joy Patty brought to my life will not be forgotten. If you knew Patty at all, you would quickly see her deep love for her family, and her compassion towards anyone who was struggling. With warm, witty humor she could deliver a phrase or comment that brightened your day; or, ask an insightful question that would trigger a meaningful discussion. I relied on her listening heart and her emotional honesty. And those beautiful blue eyes!

    I quickly grew to love Patty and her family, and feel so grateful for her friendship over the years. Her compassion, creativity, humor, strength, and love shines on in her children and grandchildren.
    Wishing you all peace and comfort during this hard time, and many walks on the beach.