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Hawley, Patricia A.

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September 15, 1953 - August 12, 2019

Hawley, Patricia A.

Patricia Ann Hawley, 65, of Houston, Texas was born on September 15, 1953 and entered into rest on Monday August 12, 2019. Patricia was the eldest of two children born to parents Louis and Alma Hawley. She was born in Oliver Springs, TN and was brought home to Chappell Hill, NJ where she lived for eight years.

Patricia attended Memorial High School, Houston Baptist University, and University of Houston Law School, where she earned her BA from HBU and law degree from U of H. After graduation, she began her career as a landman for Conoco. In 2015, Patricia retired and was able to dedicate her extra time to travel, gardening, collecting art, and spending time with family and friends. She was a member of PAWS and the Texas BAR Association. Her life was enriched by her trip to Alaska with her father, passing the bar exam, and with the birth of her grandnieces and grandnephews.

Patricia was preceded in death by her parents Louis and Alma Hawley. She is survived by her brother Skip Hawley and his wife Terry; nephews, Brian Hawley and wife Michelle and Stephen Hawley and wife Jessica; niece, Melissa Talbert and husband Jack; grandnephews, Jackson, Gage, Bennett, Louis, and Levon; and grandnieces, Lily and Harper.

Family will be receiving guests on Saturday, August 24, 2019 at 1:00pm at Darst Funeral Home (796 Russell Palmer Rd. Kingwood, TX 77339) with a Celebration of Life service to follow.


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A Visitation will be held on Saturday, August 24, at 1PM, with a service to follow at Darst Funeral Home Chapel (796 Russell Palmer R., Kingwood, TX 77339).


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Anca and Bill Landwer

August 20, 2019 12:05AM

Pat was the first friend that I made in Houston, while we were both working at Conoco 33 years ago. Elegant and knowledgeable on the latest couture, it was the base of an immediate attraction between the two of us which turned into a life long friendship. Her bright mind and talent for detail, enabled her to produce some of the best contracts our division had and gained our colleagues respect and admiration. As a new comer to Houston and to the US, she took the time to introduce me to a lot of interesting things.
We had so much fun shopping in places only she knew, and spent countless hours laughing at different work related situations. She showed me how to navigate the political office waves as a foreigner, and was always the first to help someone in need.
She loved my daughter like her own, and was known as Aunt Pat in our home. It was tradition to spend Christmas morning with her at our home, and we will miss that dearly, as it will never be the same.

Oh Pat, we will miss your sweet heart forever and ever..♥️ 😥


Syl cascio

August 18, 2019 12:41PM

Pat was a deadly lover neighbor for many years. She always treated me with a smile & well wishes, we will all miss her at Doliver Point.