Patricia Bok

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  1. My Aunt Pat was always an unconditional love and support for me. When I called her I would say, “I love you” when she answered. I never said hello. I always said “I love you” and she’d immediately respond “Nick!” I can hear her voice now and the laughter that would quickly follow. She had a laugh that made others feel pure happiness. It was contagious! She was delightful and you always knew she cared. She had no limits on her love. She gave it unsolicited and constantly. I miss her. I know she is with my mom and dad. She is with grandma and grandpa, Doty and Roger. She is laughing in heaven and free from the burdens here on earth. I will always keep her in my heart. I’ll keep our memories close. I aspire to love unconditionally like she did. Rest In Peace Aunt Pat, Your Nick❤️🙏🏻

  2. I remember Pat Bok from the Albert Lea City Recreation Department. She was the Assistant Director and I was a kid that played at the park. I remember playing ping pong with Pat. She was a good player. I have never forgotten those summer days at the parks and I have always remembered Pat Bok.

  3. We from Waseca, Minnesota, have just heard of the death of Pat Bok and today are discussing her presence in our lives. She was our physical ed and health teacher in the early 1960s. We don’t remember her laughter. She was strict and wanted us to learn the science behind the fields of public health and mental illness. This was serious study, not the fluff of an easy class one would expect from a health course. She was an excellent teacher, very progressive in introducing us to mental illness and its treatment. I did not realize how unusual that high school introduction, without stigma, was in those early days until I studied psychology in college. She was one person who set me in the direction of my career in social psychology. Nicole, you were lucky to have Pat so long in your life. Jane E. Lucas, PhD

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