Patricia M. McQuigg

July 31, 1937 ‒ May 23, 2017

Fredericktown, Ohio

Patricia M. McQuigg, age 79, of Fredericktown, Ohio, passed away on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 at the Mount Vernon Rehabilitation Center surrounded by her loving family. She was born on July 31, 1937 in Mount Vernon, Ohio the daughter of Frederick L. and Bertha M. (Smith) Umbaugh. Pat grew up in Mount Vernon, Ohio and attended Mount Vernon High School. She retired from Rite-Aid Pharmacy in Fredericktown, Ohio in 1999 and also worked alongside her husband for many years in the family construction business, Marvin McQuigg Builders. She is survived by her husband and high school sweetheart Marvin whom she met when she was 12 years old and married on December 22, 1953 in Marion, Indiana, their five children, eighteen grandchildren and seventeen great grandchildren.

She is survived by a daughter, Michele (Ronald) Hurlow of Mount Vernon, Ohio and her children; Erinn (Matthew) Lawson, Chad (Julie) Dennison, Travis (Rachel) Dennison and Lindsay (Jonathon) Curry, a daughter, Connie (James) Philips of Granville, Ohio and her children; Jaimie (Christopher) McKee, Cori (James Franklin) Philips, Casey (Douglas Hettich) Philips and Matthew Philips, a son, Michael (Jennifer) McQuigg of Fredericktown, Ohio and his children; Anson and Alexander McQuigg, a son, Timothy (Regina) McQuigg of Mount Vernon, Ohio his children; Benjamin, Jessica and Zachary McQuigg, a daughter, Tricia (Paul) Brown of Fredericktown, Ohio and her children; Ashley, Aubrey, Andriana, Elijah and Aidan Brown.

Patricia is also survived by her brother James F. Umbaugh and many nieces and nephews.

Besides her parents she was preceded in death by three sisters, Helen Yarman, Kathryn Umbaugh and Betty Morrison, two brothers, Frederick “Bud” Umbaugh and John “Bill” Umbaugh, sisters-in-law, Marianne Umbaugh, Mary Umbaugh and Irma Umbaugh, brothers-in-law, Dale Yarman and Robert Morrison.

Pat was an active member of the First Baptist Church in Fredericktown for over 50 years. She held many positions in the Church and was known for her outgoing personality and the fun twists she would put on social events, such as Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser with a Chinese theme. Always creative and full of energy, she created fond memories with her experiences in Circle and Card Club. As youth leader at the Church, Pat was able to encompass her love of camping by taking the youth on Mission trips. One of those trips even needed to bypass the traffic caused by Woodstock in 1969.

Pat was also a seamstress and put her skills to good use making costumes for the many lip syncs the family participated in at the Fredericktown Tomato Show from 1994 to 2007. She was frequently cast as the “crazy lady” and always gave an over-the-top performance to the delight of the audience and her family. Pat’s sense of humor brightened lives and made guests in her home feel welcomed. She always made time for the events that mattered most to her family and could frequently be seen at games, concerts and recitals. She was the epitome of a social butterfly and embraced that quality.

Friends may call on Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Snyder Funeral Home in Fredericktown. A funeral service will be held on Friday at 11 a.m. at the First Baptist Church of Fredericktown with Rev. Timothy Mohon officiating. Burial will follow in Forest Cemetery in Fredericktown.

Memorial contributions in Pat’s name may be made to the First Baptist Church, 22 E. Sandusky Street, Fredericktown, Ohio 43019.

To share a memory or leave the family a condolence, visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

The Snyder Funeral Home of Fredericktown is honored to serve the family of Patricia M. McQuigg.

  • To Marvin and the families, so sorry for your loss, you have our sympathy. We would see them at different times and always had a good visit with them. Many blessings and prayers.

  • So sorry to hear about Pat! Thinking of the family. Deepest Sympathy to you all of you!

  • Marvin, Shelly, Connie, Mike, Tim and Trica. My heart is breaking and the tears are falling for you all but I know that my Mom and Dad are welcoming your Mom with open arms after she is greeted into heaven by our Lord and Savior. Oh the memories of our time together brings me joy and happiness. Those camp outs together, the parties, the card playing where the adults were so loud us 10 kids couldn’t hear the TV when we were together. Your Mom was my mom too, and I always could count on her. Hugs to all, and wish I could be there with you all at this time. Love you all. Janet

  • Marvin and all,

    I cherish the memories of our times together when I was younger. We had such fun camping. Pat had a great laugh. Praying for strength and peace. Although we know that she will be just as entertaining in Heaven as she was here on earth, the loss of her presence on Earth stings.
    I smile as I remember her asking to meet my husband at Mom’s birthday party. That was so sweet.
    Hugs to all,
    Deanna and Dallas Tackett

  • Connie, Jim and family, we are so sorry for your loss. If there’s anything we can do for you, please don’t hesitate to ask. Love to you.. Dan, Priscilla, Chelsea and Jacob <3

  • Sending out deepest sympathy to the family. I always enjoyed running in to Pat and talking and laughing. She was a wonderful person inside and out. She will greatly be missed by many.

  • Dear Marv and Family —- We are saddened to learn of Pat’s passing. We always enjoyed our times together for squad functions and just in casual meetings. What a great sense of humor. She has left a wonderful legacy in all of you, and we know how proud she is of you. May it help you through this sad time to know that you have friends who care. We share in your loss. Sincerely, Susan and Dick Huggins/Fredericktown

  • To the entire family, I am so sorry to hear of Pat’s passing. May she rest in peace and always be in your heart. She was a very special lady. Hugs to all.

  • So very sorry for your loss , my thoughts and prayers go out to your family.

    Cassie Burson.

  • My thoughts and prayers are with you all. What a great lady ,with sincere sympathies

  • Marvin and family…so very sorry to hear about Pat…her memories makes me smile along with the thoughts of her infectious laughter
    …my thoughts and prayers are with you all for your loss…Harry and Maxine Squires

  • My thoughts and prayers for comfort and peace for your family. Pat impacted many lives and you can be sure that she entered heaven with God’s open arms.

  • Tricia, Shelly, Mike, Connie, Tim and Marvin …I and so sorry for the loss of such a wonderful lady as your Mom and wife. Pat always made me feel so welcome all of the fun times I spent at your home in my younger days! I have such awesome memories that will stay with me forever, like going to Myrtle Beach or just hanging out at your house. I will never forget her laugh, and how kind she always was to me. May you find peace in knowing that she is whole once again and in a much better place. She will live on in your memories. Love and hugs to all.
    Jackie

  • So sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of sorrow.

  • McQuigg family,

    Pat was such an important of your family legacy and I know you will miss her much!! May you be blessed by the love she grew in your and as can be seen in your lives!

    Love, Gina & Jamie

  • so sorry to hear of loss of Pat….such a warm and vibrant lady…….heaven has recruited a great one with her……..

    Charles McManis

  • So sorry for your loss. I will keep the McQuigg family in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Thank You to all of You for Your Condolences, Prayers, Thoughts and Memories. Everyone of you are special to me and my family, it helps to know that Pat and our family has so many friends thinking of us at a time like this.
    Marvin McQuigg and Family

  • Dear Marv and Family —- We share in the loss of a special lady. So sorry that our condolences didn’t make it to you before the funeral. We posted them twice and for some reason, they didn’t make it on the site. Pat had such a great sense of humor and we remember with fondness the times we were together at squad functions and it was fun to meet you out and about, and Pat would have something to say to make us laugh. She leaves a beautiful legacy of a wonderful family and she will never be forgotten. Sending you all, our deepest sympathy and friendship. Susan and Dick Huggins/Fredericktown