Patricia Doble, 1957~2018
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Patricia Doble, 1957~2018
Patricia Doble, 1957~2018
Patricia “Trish” L. Doble (formerly Maki), 60, of Royalton, Minn., died Saturday, Feb. 3 at St. Gabriel’s Hospital in Little Falls. She was born Oct. 27, 1957 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She lived in Utah and Minnesota throughout her life. She was self-employed and had a love of sewing and quilting. She loved helping others, especially if they wanted to learn how to sew. She treasured her time spent with her husband, children and grandchildren. She was very active with Threads of Hope and Side Lake Quilters. Trish will be remembered for always putting everyone else's needs before her own,

She will lovingly be remembered by her husband, Gene Doble of Royalton, Minn.; children, Jackie (Art) Stout of Arizona, Mary Ann (Justin) Tidwell of Arizona, Emily (Paul) Koch of Orr; David Maki II of Hibbing, Minn., and Samuel Maki of Hibbing, Minn.; siblings, Thomas McGarry of Arizona, Paul McGarry of Utah, Marge Tucker of Georgia, Janice Miller of Arkansas, Marie Forquer of Arizona and Kathy Henline of Arizona; 29 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Patricia, and a sister, Lola Mae.

Her children appreciate all of her friends in Moab for being such wonderful friends to her throughout the 16 years she lived in Moab.

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