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“Mom, I just have to say these words to you, I feel very blessed that god picked you to be my mother, I feel like the luckiest girl in the world. I...Read More »
1 of 2 | Posted by: Christi Fellman-Bolduc - Auburn, WA

“My Auntie Pat was very dear to me. The attendance at her service showed just how very many people she touched on the coast she loved so much. I...Read More »
2 of 2 | Posted by: Michael Sellers - Sacramento, CA

On October 28, 2012, Heaven welcomed another angel, our mother Patricia Ann Fellman left this earth to go home to her final resting place, peacefully at home with family and friends at her side.
Patricia was born August 4, 1936 in Clinton Illinois, to Faye Hitchcock and Joseph Anderson, she was preceeded in death by a brother Billy Joe Anderson and a sister Marcia Joyce Lubner.
She left Illinois and came to Westlake and met her future husband Rudolph John Fellman, 9 days after they met they married and remained married up until the death of her husband in 2006,they moved to Montara in 1963 onto Birch Street and its where she remained up until her final day, her neighbors have mostly all been there for the whole time and it was a magical place to live. As a result of the marriage they had three children together who were her life and greatest passion, Rudolph John Fellman III (Tina), of Brentwood, CA Christi Lynn Bolduc (Greg) of Auburn, Wa and Douglas Lee Fellman (Rhonda) of Montara.
She is also survived by her grandchildren Erica Lee Bolduc and Gregory Joseph Bolduc, Nicholas Fellman, Alexandra Fellman, Olivia Fellman, Sophia Fellman, Jackson Fellman and Isabella Fellman and her cat Pai-Gow.
Patricia retired from Seton Medical Center after numerous years and continued to work in her retirement for Irwin Cohen and Joy Enriquez, she enjoyed working with people and helping out in any way she can. She will be missed greatly by her family and numerous friends, she touched many lives and has left an impact of everyone she came into contact with.
Patricia enjoyed playing cards, reading, doing puzzles and having coffee with visits with friends, her house was always open to anyone anytime and she enjoyed that most of all.
Services will will be held Monday November 5, 2012 at 11:00am at Miller Dutra Funeral Home 645 Kelly Avenue, Half Moon Bay, Ca 94019, and there will be a graveside memorial immediatly after at Our lady of the pillar cemetery, Half Moon Bay, CA.
Donations may be made in Patricia's name to the American Cancer Society or a charity of your choosing.