Patricia Ann Pucino Youngren

September 3, 1941 - January 25, 2021

In Loving Memory

I am so sorry to hear about Patty. I have very fond memories of her. We first met when I worked for a business called Utah Technologies Finance Corporation starting in 1994 that was located on the corner of 100 S and 200 E in downtown SLC. We did participation loans with her bank. I left the business at the end of September of 1997 but remember seeing her from time to time usually in nice department stores. She was always dressed well in the company of her daughter when we crossed paths. I loved seeing her because she always brought a smile to my face.
Bob Moyer
salt lake city, UT
Dear John and Michelle, I am so sorry to hear about Patty. I have very fond memories of her. I always remember her laughing and telling stories. Chic is the exact word I would use to describe her. She always looked flawless when I ran into her out shopping. My mom loved talking to her and discussing the world, she was a great friend to Judy all these years. I am so sorry for your loss.
Nicole Freeman
draper, UT
Michelle, I am so sorry about the loss of your loving Mom.I got the pleasure of knowing her on her many shopping trips to Dillards. What a Beauty Lady inside and out. Please know that I am thinking of you and take care. ' Sincerely, Gloria Vaccaro
Gloria A. Vaccaro
murray, UT
Dear John and Michelle, I'm shedding a tear for you and the loss of your mom and my dear friend. Our families spent many hours together when we all were younger, times at KUTV and playing games at your house or ours. Such good memories. I have wonderful pictures if you'd like to see them. Love to you both Judy & Rick
Judy Tripp Spratling
holladay, UT
Michelle, this is your old friend Julie. We grew up together and you were and are the greatest and closest friend I ever had. I miss you so very much. I’ve been trying to find you to reconnect. I am so so sorry about your mom. I adored her. She was so chic and gorgeous and brilliant and kind and funny and loving. Just one of the greatest moms in the world. Remember you and I always taking the bus downtown to go see her at the bank? I loved visiting with her, she was one of my heroes. What a strong, fearless, beautiful woman. You are just like her. I wish I could ease your pain, I know you and John are devastated. I’d do anything to help. Love you so much and always will. You’re my other half. Julie
Julie Anderson
salt lake city, UT
It is with much sadness that I write this message to John & Michele. I am your second cousin also born in Newburgh. I have the fondest memories of your Mother Patti Ann and Susan growing up in the same town. Though we have all grown apart through the years I was very sorry to hear of her passing. My heart goes out to you all. What a beautiful obituary for an equally beautiful woman. Maybe some day we will all meet. With Sympathy, cousin Tina
Tina Garzione Whitcanack
east moline, IL
I’m so sad to see my friend and former colleague at Zions Bank has passed away. She was fun, funny and a delight to work with and always dressed to the “Nines”! I understand why she was such a good dresser now as I seemed to always bump into her at Nordstrom’s or ZCMI /Macy’s and seemed always in the company of her Daughter Michelle on a shopping adventure. You’ll be missed Patti!
Grant Mcallister
salt lake city, UT
Dear John - I was so sorry to read of your mom’s passing. I know how close you and your sister were to her and my heart aches for you. My thoughts are with you as you go through this difficult time. Warmly - Deborah Bayle
Deborah Bayle
salt lake city, UT
Dear Michelle and John, I knew your Mother through my sister Sylvia Schultz who adored her. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Sylvia would always tell me of your endearing love for your Mother and how much she loved both of you. I’m sure Sylvia is once again laughing at your mothers quick wit and humor. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. All my love, Christie Schultz
Christie Schulz
midvale, UT
Dear Michelle, John and Susan, I was a high school friend of Patti’s, and we stayed in sporadic contact over the years. I was reminiscing with a friend today - recalling how very fun and kind Patti was. We recalled the fond memories we had while visiting at at her home in Newburgh with John and Donna (and young Susan). Prayers, peace and comfort to you all. Rhea Jacobson
Rhea (Sinisgalli) Jacobson
fairfax, VA
dear Michelle and John I'm so sorry for your loss.patty was my dear friend for many years. we both graduated in 1959 and we married and went our separate ways. recently patty and I connected again and I was so happy. we lived far apart but we talked every Sunday and it was great. I will miss her and our talks. rest in peace my friend love you Helene
helene brownstead
syracuse, NY
Dear Susan, John & Michelle, MY condolences on your loss. Growing up in Newburgh. NY, Patti was a dear childhood friend. We spent many happy & sad times together. She was a very special person who will be greatly missed.
Burma Scott
new york, NY
Dear Patti. I wish I could have said a proper goodbye. I enjoyed seeing you every week these last few years and will miss your smile and our conversations. You really brightened my day!! Michelle and Jon, you have both been wonderful to your mom. May peace be with you and your family!!
Teri Gallegos
salt lake city, UT
I am a good friend of Helene Brownstead and talk to her all the time like she did with your Mom. I am so sorry for your loss. I graduated with your Mom and have many memories of her happy smiles and words. May the memories stay in you heart and bring a smile to your face. HUgs Pam
Pamela
new windsor, NE
John and Michelle, I am so sorry to hear of your mom's sudden passing. I will always have special memories of her and your family. I wish you both peace and comfort during this extremely difficult time. With love, Natalie
Natalie Peterson
salt lake city, UT
I. I noticed this obituary of your Mother, Mike Youngren is cousin of mine , I have been trying to find him I would like to talk to him my . My condolences on the passing of your Mother
Kurt Auernig
bountiful , UT
Michelle and John, When I met your mom, I recognized both of you in her. She was funny and full of life. I am sure both of you will miss her forever. Your friend always, Rick
Rick MacDougall
salt lake city , UT