Patricia Milliren, 85Patricia J. Milliren, age 85, of Hastings, died Oct. 4, at Regina Assisted Living in Hastings.
Patricia J. Milliren, age 85, of Hastings, died Oct. 4, at Regina Assisted Living in Hastings.
Patricia was born June 7, 1927, in Haynes, N.D., to Christopher and Mary (McArney) Rothstein. She graduated from high school there and on Nov. 27, 1948, she married Robert Milliren. She was formerly employed as a bookkeeper for the Hastings Elevator. She also worked at the Dakota County Assessors Office and at Vermillion State Bank in Hastings. She was an active volunteer and was a very social person. Patricia loved to play cards and crochet. She was a longtime St. Elizabeth Ann Seton choir member.
Patricia was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; brothers James, Peter, Eugene, and Joseph; and a daughter-in-law, Marian Milliren.
She is survived by her children Jeff (Dorothy) Milliren, Mark (Karen) Milliren, Dr. Michael (Janean) Milliren and Michelle (Robert) McCarthy all of Hastings; nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; and a brother, Ralph Rothstein of Illinois.
A visitation was held from 5-8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7, at the Caturia-Smidt Funeral Home, 201 7th Street E., Hastings and Monday 1 hour prior to the funeral at the church. The funeral Mass was 10:30 a.m. Monday, Oct. 8, at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, 2035 15th St. W., Hastings, followed by interment in the parish cemetery.
Arrangements are with Caturia-Smidt Funeral Home, Hastings, 651-437-9419, www.caturia-smidtfh.com.
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