Patricia Maguire

Patricia Maguire (nee Rea) passed away November 19, 2022, in Wildwood, MO. She was born December 31, 1924, in Des Moines, Iowa. Patricia graduated from Normandy High School in 1941 and graduated from William Woods College in Fulton, MO. She married Edward Maguire on September 5, 1945. They were married for 54 years prior to his passing in 1999.

Patricia is survived by her daughter, Dinah Nash; her sons, Timothy Maguire (Terry Lawler) and David Maguire (Lisa Dahlgren); two daughters-in-law, Donna Maguire and Nancy Maguire; ten grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren.

In addition to her husband and parents, Patricia is predeceased by her daughter, Susan Claverie; her sons, Patrick Maguire and Jeffrey Maguire; and sons-in-law, Daniel Claverie and Bill Nash.

There will be a Celebration of Life planned for Spring 2023.


  1. Thom Huellinghorst on November 22, 2022 at 4:26 pm

    Loved Pat, she was a grand friend. Believe her crossing to eternity was a joyous occasion. Missing our times together.

  2. Jane and Vince O’Connell on November 24, 2022 at 11:58 am

    Our deep sympathy Tim and Terry. We’re so sorry for your loss.

  3. Tammi/Receptionist Cape Albeon on November 25, 2022 at 9:18 pm

    I loved Ms. Pat so much, she always made me smile. I loved seeing & talking to her while she lived at Cape Albeon. She was a classy, sweet lady! She will be missed. God bless the family during this transition time.

  4. Barbara Bohner (Receptionist) on November 27, 2022 at 7:21 am

    I was so sorry to hear that Pat had passed away. Pat was such a sweet lady. She would always come by the receptionist desk to say hello. She will definitely be miss by her family at Cape Albeon.

  5. Lucy Phillips Jewkes on November 27, 2022 at 9:13 pm

    I spent so much time at the Maguires’ when I was a kid. Trink, Pat, Mrs Maguire, all of the names she was to me along the way, was so welcoming and warm when I was there.
    I have a couple of memories that spring to mind tonight. When Sue and I were teenagers, of course we had to run around on Friday nights. We would ask Mrs Maguire (her name to me at the time) if we could use a car for the evening. She never said “no you guys don’t need to go run around” she thought about it and
    if that black station wagon was available, we could use it. Such a small thing but she respected us. I’ll never forget that. And then I asked her once how she managed to live so well after losing three of her children each in separate terrible ways. She told me that she made a decision every day as to what kind of a day she would have. What inspirations those memories are to me. Truly. A fine soul.
    I loved her dearly. Love to the family. I love you all.

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