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Patricia Lou “Patty” Meleen, of St. Cloud, formerly of Princeton, passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by her family.  She was 77 years old.

MEMORIAL SERVICE will be held  at 11:00 am on Friday, April 29, 2022 at the Grace Lutheran Church in Mora.

MEMORIAL VISITATION will be held 1 hour prior to the service at the church.

INURNMENT will be in the Oak Knoll Cemetery in Princeton at a later date.

Patricia “Patty” Lou (Hammill) Meleen, 77, of St. Cloud passed away on February 6, 2022, at home surrounded by love after a battle with Myelodysplastic Leukemia.

Patty was born December 2, 1944, in Milaca, MN, to Clifford and Laura (Polsffus) Hammill. She attended school in Milaca, MN, and graduated in 1962. Patty married Jerry Meleen in 1963 and divorced in 1973. To this union two children were born. Paul and Tricia.

Patty attended St Cloud State University and graduated in 1982 with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology. In 1982, Patty completed additional certification at the University of Minnesota, and the elite Counseling Training Program at the Hazelden Foundation. Patty was a counselor at the Hazelden foundation until 1993. In 1993, she started her private practice Recovery Resource Center in Princeton. For nearly 30 years, she counseled many in marriage, family, grief, addiction, and chemical dependency. She lived her life by serving others. Not only in her practice, but in her daily life. She enjoyed reading, quilting, meditation, collecting antiques, and discovering “finds” with her fiancé Michael. She loved her children, grandchildren, family, and friends with her entire being.

3 thoughts on “PATRICIA LOU MELEEN”

  1. Jody~
    I am so incredibly sorry for your loss. It is such a blessing that you were able to spend so much quality time together. I know it made Patty and Mikes days a bit brighter. They so appreciated your time, help and laughter. I hope you take comfort in knowing that the bond you and Patty shared, can never be broken, and that the memories of those we love remain in our hearts forever. Patty was an incredibly strong woman and fought such a long, tough, battle. Heaven gained an angel, may she Rest In Peace. I am here for you.
    Hugs snd much love.
    Sara and family

  2. Patty was a dear friend since high school. I am so sorry to hear of her passing. Jody could you please call me at 320 632 2474.

  3. My precious Aunt Patty was my 2nd Mom, best friend & confidante! She told me many things about my childhood & my Mom’s younger years & we would just sit together & laugh! I would show her funny YouTube videos and I thought we would die laughing. I visited her & her Fiancé Mike Borgheiinck often and what a beautiful love story they had. Mike is the most loving & caring person and the tender care he showed her was amazing! He had just bought her a new keyboard & she was planning on learning some new songs but she didn’t get the chance to play it one time. She was very funny, strong, brave & lived with such grace until she could not fight any longer. I miss her so much already! When you told her that you love her, she would always say “I love you bigger” & before she left us those were the last words she said to me & I will treasure that memory forever with our precious love in my heart! So sad you’re not with us here but also happy you are at peace! I now have another beautiful guardian Angel & I know you’re watching over us! You are now free to dance with the stars! Miss you sweetheart!

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