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In Tribute to Patricia E. Mickley
41 years old.   Residence: Springfield, Va.
Died in Pentagon

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Dear Patti,

I knew you when we were children living in Dale City, Va. from my birthday parties. You were the kindest, sweetest and most gentle friend and I had nothing but admiration and love for you even then. I still have pictures from those birthday parties and you are in them sitting next to me at my 9th. birthday party. Your Mom taught piano lessons to so many of the children in our neighborhood and I remember fondly your inviting me to your home for a drink one hot summer day. Your brother was a friend of my brother, Rob Arnold too. When I heard about your passing in this Earthly life during the Pentagon crash on September 11th. I cried for your family and then told my daughter, husband, friends and family about how special you were. You were the epitome of a true christian woman and I always looked up to you and still do today even though I am now 49 yrs. old. We lit a candle for you that night and prayed for your soul. I know you are in Heaven with the Lord and with the Angels. I hope to see you again someday when it is my time to go. You were and still are a Blessing to me today! We miss you very much but know that we will see you again when the Lord calls us. GOD BLESS YOU PATTI! WE LOVE YOU FOREVER! Rebecca Arnold Mann

*** Posted by Rebecca Arnold Mann on 2011-09-11 ***

Patti,

I miss you so much... I thank you for always being there for my daughter, Desiree, when she visited... but then you always knew about little ones, as you had one of your own...

I'll always remember our last conversation on the Pentagon Metro platform --- I only wish that I would've gotten on the train with you --- you were so excited about your daughter starting kindergarten (I believe she would've started at Newington Forest Elementary) --- and although you were concerned (as a mother should be) you "BEAMED" from ear to ear and were so proud of her.

I was waiting for Linda to arrive on the Metro, so I remained behind --- I remember our last hug and treasure that moment as one that was given to us from God...

I constantly pray for your family --- I know you loved them dearly --- they were your life... and Patti, I miss you so much

God Bless --- and I so look forward to seeing you in the resurrection... you are so loved

In His Love
Rich

*** Posted by Rich Wunderlin on 2010-09-11 ***

Mama Mick... that was what I always referred to you as, remember? Every time I came to work with my dad, Rich, you were always there with a big smile and hug for me. And that is what I will always remember and still miss even almost ten years later. You were one of the most amazing women I have ever met, and I can't wait till we meet again someday. I love you, Mama Mick, always!

*** Posted by Desiree Wunderlin on 2010-09-10 ***

Even after almost nine years, I still miss seeing your smiling face and hearing your happy voice in the halls of the Pentagon, Patty. In 2001, although we no longer worked together in the same office, we would still cross paths in the Pentagon hallways sometimes; you would stop, and we would speak briefly. Your bubbly personality and positive attitude shined through in your speech and always made me smile or feel better, even if I wasn't having such a good day. You are sorely missed by many, including me, especially on those days when I could use a smile and a kind word from a friend. May you rest in peace, my friend....

*** Posted by Veronica Church on 2010-09-08 ***

It's amazing that it has already been six years since that dreadful day. We will never forget. You ARE a true 'hero'. Patty, I think about you and your family often, about your wonderful smile and friendliness. You are greatly missed in this world, but I believe in my heart you look down on us every day and are at peace.

*** Posted by Lisa (Hall) Roche on 2007-09-12 ***

My family is no longer in the DC area, but our children were friends at the Pentagon Daycare, and Shelley Marshall, Patti, and I had just had lunch together the week before the tragedy. I will never forget that day, and my children and I wonder how Marie, Drake, and Chandler are doing as time goes by. We pray that time will help them (and their families) heal, but we also know the loss leaves a hole that cannot be filled.

*** Posted by Billie on 2007-09-10 ***

I met Patty while working at the Pentagon. She was one of the most thoughtful people I knew. She loved her family and friends, and her daughter Marie and husband Joe were the apple of her eye. Patty was genuinely concerned for other people. I miss her friendship. May she rest in peace.

*** Posted by Gloria on 2007-09-05 ***

Although 5 and a half years have passed, the hurt is still as strong as it was on 9/11. You had so much yet to give in this world, so it is still hard to make sense, but I have faith that you are happy in heaven and that gives some peace. I know you are still protecting us.

*** Posted by Anne on 2007-06-20 ***

Happy Birthday! Although you are not here you are often in my thoughts. Thinking of you today and hoping your family is well. I miss you.

*** Posted by Patti Myers on 2006-10-15 ***

Patti was the kindest person I have ever met. We were friends from fifth grade thru adulthood, and although we had lost touch in the last years of her life (my stupidity) I thought of her often. On Sept 11 I watched with the rest of the world as the terror unfolded. I remember thinking that with the pentagon so big what was the likelihood that she would be in that one location. Unfortunately she was. I can't imagine the terror she and the others must have felt and the sadness and grief our her family. The things I will always hold dear to my heart is her ever smiling face, Her commitment to family and friends and her pride in serving her country even though she was a civilian. Anyone who had the pleasure of meeeting and knowing Patti was lucky. I have a whole photo album of pictures of times we shared including her as a bridesmaid in my wedding. I cherish these momentos and think of her and her family often.

*** Posted by Patti Myers on 2006-06-26 ***

You were nerver alone,and you felt the unseen arms that wrapped around you and never let go.You're safe, and remembered every day.
Till then,love.

*** Posted by tobbi on 2004-10-25 ***


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