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 Patricia Ann Drobot

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Patricia Ann Drobot

Birth
Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, USA
Death
18 Apr 2021 (aged 76)
Bellevue, King County, Washington, USA
Burial
Bellevue, King County, Washington, USA
Plot
Garden of Memories, Lot 1264, Space 2
Memorial ID
228287485 View Source

Patricia Ann Drobot
April 15th, 1945 - April 18th, 2021

Patricia Ann Drobot, of Bellevue Washington, passed away Sunday April 18th, three days after her 76th birthday while at Overlake Medical Center recovering from a heart attack. Patricia was born in Detroit Michigan at Grace Hospital. She was the eldest child to Ralph Robert and Pauline Frances (Jaworski) Wojcinski. Originally married to Michael Dennis Drobot in 1968, Patricia endured a divorce in 1995 and moved to Clyde Hill. Adored mother of Jennifer Ellen (Mark) Ensminger, Michael Robert Drobot, Gregory Gordon (Amelia Rose) Drobot, and Nicholas Andrew Drobot. Loving grandmother of Colin Reese Ensminger, Ethan Michael Ensminger, Ashlyn Patricia Ensminger, Michael Brandon Drobot, Izabel Mila Drobot, Sabrina Sophia Drobot, and Charlotte Rose Drobot. Dear sister of Robert Frank (Nancy Ann) Wojcinski.

A graduate of Regina High School, Patricia went on to graduate Delta Epsilon Sigma from Mercy College of Detroit with a B.S. in Medical Technology. Patricia worked as a Lab Technologist at George Washington University to support putting her husband through graduate school. While starting a family, she managed her home and family with grace and structure, homemade meals and tiered birthday cakes, handmade costumes and carpools. She moved her family from York Pennsylvania to San Ramon California, to Menominee Michigan. Once in Washington, from Mill Creek, to Medina, to finally Clyde hill. She was a good friend to so many, a loyal neighbor to all and a dedicated member of the catholic church.

She raised four successful children. All with master's degrees, each took with them the value of independence, family and the importance of tradition. She was a doting mother and grandmother who always made her children and grandchildren feel special when with them and on their special days when they were away.

After having and surviving an initial heart attack in Spain in 2004, Patricia worked for many years as a volunteer at Overlake Hospital. Known as one of the yellow shirts, she enjoyed giving back to the hospital that gave her so much to be thankful for. Becoming a working girl again, Patricia worked at Nordstrom, Pottery Barn and then found her perfect role at William Sonoma. For the last thirteen years, she was one of the most reliable and successful salespersons on the Bellevue Square team. Winning dozens of accolades highlighting her ability to sell everything and anything to anyone who came into the store, she was known as the best organizer and the gadget wall was her special place.

Patricia will always be remembered for her kind and generous heart. She was a true lady who led her family and others by a life well lived and a can-do-it-myself spirit. Always a kind, hardworking, and thoughtful woman, she won the admiration and affection of everyone who had the pleasure of knowing her. Her life was cut short but in the time that she was with us, she left a lasting impression and will never be forgotten.

Patricia Ann Drobot
April 15th, 1945 - April 18th, 2021

Patricia Ann Drobot, of Bellevue Washington, passed away Sunday April 18th, three days after her 76th birthday while at Overlake Medical Center recovering from a heart attack. Patricia was born in Detroit Michigan at Grace Hospital. She was the eldest child to Ralph Robert and Pauline Frances (Jaworski) Wojcinski. Originally married to Michael Dennis Drobot in 1968, Patricia endured a divorce in 1995 and moved to Clyde Hill. Adored mother of Jennifer Ellen (Mark) Ensminger, Michael Robert Drobot, Gregory Gordon (Amelia Rose) Drobot, and Nicholas Andrew Drobot. Loving grandmother of Colin Reese Ensminger, Ethan Michael Ensminger, Ashlyn Patricia Ensminger, Michael Brandon Drobot, Izabel Mila Drobot, Sabrina Sophia Drobot, and Charlotte Rose Drobot. Dear sister of Robert Frank (Nancy Ann) Wojcinski.

A graduate of Regina High School, Patricia went on to graduate Delta Epsilon Sigma from Mercy College of Detroit with a B.S. in Medical Technology. Patricia worked as a Lab Technologist at George Washington University to support putting her husband through graduate school. While starting a family, she managed her home and family with grace and structure, homemade meals and tiered birthday cakes, handmade costumes and carpools. She moved her family from York Pennsylvania to San Ramon California, to Menominee Michigan. Once in Washington, from Mill Creek, to Medina, to finally Clyde hill. She was a good friend to so many, a loyal neighbor to all and a dedicated member of the catholic church.

She raised four successful children. All with master's degrees, each took with them the value of independence, family and the importance of tradition. She was a doting mother and grandmother who always made her children and grandchildren feel special when with them and on their special days when they were away.

After having and surviving an initial heart attack in Spain in 2004, Patricia worked for many years as a volunteer at Overlake Hospital. Known as one of the yellow shirts, she enjoyed giving back to the hospital that gave her so much to be thankful for. Becoming a working girl again, Patricia worked at Nordstrom, Pottery Barn and then found her perfect role at William Sonoma. For the last thirteen years, she was one of the most reliable and successful salespersons on the Bellevue Square team. Winning dozens of accolades highlighting her ability to sell everything and anything to anyone who came into the store, she was known as the best organizer and the gadget wall was her special place.

Patricia will always be remembered for her kind and generous heart. She was a true lady who led her family and others by a life well lived and a can-do-it-myself spirit. Always a kind, hardworking, and thoughtful woman, she won the admiration and affection of everyone who had the pleasure of knowing her. Her life was cut short but in the time that she was with us, she left a lasting impression and will never be forgotten.


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