Obituary

Patricia Lynn Buck
Patricia Lynn Buck

September 17, 1953 - October 9, 2018
Born in Virginia
Resided in Ogden, Utah
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Patricia (Pat) Buck
After a valiant fight with cancer, Patricia (Pat) Buck maiden (Vadnais) formerly (Langan, Castellano, Summerville) has lost her battle and left us on 10-09-2018 in Ogden, Utah at the age of 65. She leaves behind her husband, James (Jim) Buck; her daughters, Stephanie Nicholson (husband Travis), Samantha Weeks; and her son, Nick Castellano.
Pat waged an amazing fight, she never complained, remained brave continued a positive outlook for the future until the end.
Pat was born on September 17, 1953 in Virginia, to father Joseph Vadnais and mother Catherine Vadnais, who preceded her in death. Pat moved to Utah in 1974 and worked at Inkley’s for several years while raising her family in Layton, UT.
Pat married James (Jim) Buck on Sept 21st, 2006. They lived in North Ogden, UT, for several years with their beloved dog Harry before relocating to Ogden to be closer to family.
Pat and Jim loved to travel together and visited many amazing places, they loved to share their experiences with friends and family alike. Pat was a very talented amateur photographer and loved to take her camera along on their adventures as evident by the many beautiful photos in their home.
Pat is survived by her husband, children and several grandchildren, as well as her sisters, Deborah Smith (husband Rick), Amy Durr (husband Denny) Gena Creech (husband Chad) and many nieces/nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents; and her sister Peggy Rackliffe.
Pat requested to be cremated, her family will hold a memorial service at Washington Heights Church, 1770 East 6200 South, South Ogden, on Oct 15, 2018.Viewing will be at 5:30 PM followed by services at 6 PM. A lite meal will follow; all are welcome.
The family would especially like to thank Carrie Hopkins, Pats dedicated nurse, for her excellent work and loving care; Dr. J. DeGrauw for his compassion and the staff of CNS (Community Nursing Services) for their constant, attentive treatment and the team at Dr. Grays Oncology office.
In lieu of flowers, Pat requested a donation be made to The National Cancer Society in Pats name. In hopes that one day we can find a cure for this devastating disease.
Arrangements entrusted to Myers Ogden Mortuary.

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Washington Heights Church
1770 East 6200 South
South Ogden, Utah 84405
October 15, 2018
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM
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Washington Heights Church
1770 East 6200 South
South Ogden, Utah 84405
October 15, 2018
6:00 PM