Obituary: Patricia Ann Monroe (Trisha)

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9/1/1966 – 6/19/2021
Eudora, KS

Trisha was born in Yonkers, NY, moved to Atlantic Highlands, NJ in 1970 and later to Kansas with stops in Belgium and Texas along the way. Trisha was the mother of 3 beautiful children – Morgan, Tristan and Stefan with husband Jason, and “Mimi” to granddaughter, Oakley. She is also survived by brothers Joseph Zwart (New Jersey) and Pierre Goulette with wife Jill (Greenville, SC), and sisters Deborah Becker and husband Michael (Eudora), Lisa Adiletta McCutcheon (White Hall, AR), Angelique Mathers (Wilmington, NC) and Nancy Proulx and husband Dennis (Orlando, FL) and parents Eileen and James Goulette (The VIllages, FL).

She loved her nieces and nephews – Ethan, Lucas, Mason, Dennis, Hayden, Harrison, Sarah, Randy, Casey, Mikayla and James, her friends and extended family.

A September celebration is planned on Sandy Hook, back to New Jersey and the beach she loved and missed so much.

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