Patricia Ann Day
Day Patricia Ann (Thompson) Day, a Livermore, California homemaker and activist, died Sunday, January 20, 2002 after a long illness. She was 72. Born to Edith and Glenn Thompson on February 14, 1929 in Union Township, Indiana, she went to school in Minneapolis and had lived in California for the last 42 years. She was very active as a Girl Scout and Leader for 56 years as a troop leader, leader trainer, committee chair, et. al., and was an important influence on the life of ``her girls.'' She was a graduate of Mpls. Edison and the U of M and had worked for the University before moving to California. She is survived by her husband of 51 years, James A. Day of Livermore; daughter, Glenna Miller of Elk Grove, CA; son, Timothy Day of Oakley, CA; mother, Edith Thompson of Fridley, MN; brother, Jack Thompson of Prescott Valley, AZ; and three grandchildren. No services are planned. Memorial donations may be sent to American Cancer Society, 700 Village Pkwy, Dublin, CA 94568.
Published on January 29, 2002
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