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Patricia A. (Plis) Marginsky
April 25, 1935 ~ October 30, 2023 (age 88) 88 Years Old
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Patricia A. Marginsky (Plis) of Auburn passed away October 30th, 2023 after blessing her family and those around her for 88 wonderful years. She was a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, and was a "bonus grandmother" to many of her grandchildren’s friends. To her friends and family she was Pat, Patty, Mom, Ma, Nan, and Nanny.
Patricia is survived by her three children Lenny Marginsky (Kelly), Greg Marginsky, and Pam Tinti (Rick), her four grandchildren Tera Domaradzki (Alex), Erik Tinti (Leslie), Zach Marginsky (Olivia), and Jeremy Marginsky, and her six great-grandchildren Lily and Melly Domaradzki, Mena, Violet and Eloise Tinti, and Enzo Marginsky, and her brother Edgue Plis (Gloria), as well many nieces and nephews.
She is predeceased by her husband, Alex Marginsky, brother Bobby Plis and sister Donna Plis.
Pat worked at GE/PowerEx where she made many life-long friends. She loved to visit with her great grandchildren and enjoyed playing with them, from pretending to have her hair and nails done, to attending their dance recitals, and playing games with them.
When Pat wasn't spending time with family, she loved to visit with her friends and play cards, bingo, and slots both at home and at the casino.
Pat had a few sayings that those close to her knew well. "Who loves you?" When she would go to leave those close to her, she would announce, "I'm going, does anybody care?" As a final answer, yes, we all care very much!
We rejoice in knowing that she is now with Jesus, in the Lords House.