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Patricia Romelli

March 19, 2017


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ROMELLI, Patricia (Patt) Ann 79, passed away peacefully on March 19, 2017 at home in Sebastopol. Born on February 11, 1938 in Oklahoma to Toney and Velma Miller. She is survived by Raymond Romelli, the love of her life for over 58 years; daughters Tami Landolt and Teri Villeggiante (Sam); twin brothers Tom Miller (Debby), Tim Miller (Pat); grandchildren – Stephanie Rice (Randy), Tiffani Villeggiante, Tyler Villeggiante (Kate), Steven Landolt (Jasmine); great-grandchildren – Tiana Villeggiante, Tegan Ransom, Parker Rice and Wyatt Villeggiante; nieces and nephews; Jenny Wiltermood (Dan), Tommy Miller (Kathy), Katie and Kevin Miller. Preceded in death by son-in-law David Landolt, granddaughter Shannon Landolt, and niece Keri Miller. Married in 1958, Patt and Ray lived in Valley Ford for over 50 years and were partners in the family dairy. Patt worked for several years at Tomales High School but her passion in life was her family. She was a true matriarch and created a Xmas tradition that was loved by all. She and Ray hosted dinner for over 35 family members and close friends serving their famous crab cioppino. She and Ray loved spending time in Reno, fishing on the Klamath River or just traveling the United States. Her loss leaves a large hole in our family but the memories we have hold a special place in our hearts. In lieu of flowers please feel free to make a donation to Sutter Home Hospice or a charity of your choice . Services will be Tuesday, March 28th at 11:00 a.m. at Pleasant Hill Mortuary, Sebastopol, CA. Reception to immediately follow at Hessel Church, Sebastopol.