Patricia A. Bergeron Freeman “Patty B” longtime friend of Bill W.

Patricia “Patty B.” A. (Jalbert) Bergeron Freeman passed away peacefully February 21st with her family by her side, after a lengthy battle with cancer. Patty was born in Nashua on December 6th 1940, the daughter of the late Edward H. Jalbert and Doris Y. Bourdreau. She will be put to rest beside her late husband, André P. Bergeron who passed October 19th, 1968.

Patty grew up in Nashua and was a waitress at Priscilla’s Diner until it closed in the 1970’s when she then moved on to work at Common Crossing and eventually retired from the Nashua Buffet. Patty was then able to travel the country, making many friends along the way. She was loved by all who met her. She landed in Yuma, Arizona and loved living the desert life. She was a longtime friend of Bill W. since 1969 were she sponsored hundreds of women and remained active in the program until the end. Patty was a loving and caring woman and always there to help those who struggled with drugs and alcohol and was always there for the fellowship.

Patty had a great sense of humor and an even greater faith in her higher power. She vocalized being at peace with the outcome she faced and with no regrets. With her family by her side, she passed in peace and love. She will be missed by her many customers from over the years, brothers and sisters in the program, and her family and friends.

Patty truly lived her life with grace and peace.

She is survived by her son Michael A. Bergeron and his wife Mary, granddaughters Andrea and Allison, and great grandson Weston. She is also survived by her sisters Dorothy Pepin, Jackie Jalbert, Janet Moon, and brother John Jalbert and his wife Karen.

SERVICES: A mass will be held Friday February 28th at 10am at St. Joseph the Worker Church on W Hollis Street followed by a burial service across the way at St. Louis Cemetery followed by a period of visitation hosted by Karen & John Jalbert at 76 Bowers Street in Nashua, NH.

In lieu of flowers we wish for donations to be made to Home Health & Hospice Care NH in memory of Patty. Make a Donation – Donate to Home Health & Hospice Care in NH.