What can possibly be said of someone who made such a tremendous impact on the group. TITAN-RAINBOW Media Productions would not exist without her as it was her earliest investments in the group that made it possible for us begin, as humble as those beginnings were.
Camera's and projectors were purchased, film and splicing equipment was bought, often when very little cash was available. And anyone who can remember those early shoots knows that when space was required the entire house was turned over for filming with little more than commentary on the obstacle course the hallways of the place had become.
A costumer extra-ordinaire, "Gracie" as we fondly called her, gave it her all. Whether it was playing "The Man With No Face" or holding bounce boards on a cold morning shoot at the sand-dredging site filming the windy "FACEFUL OF UGLY."
"Mom" as she was known to more than just her own, returned to High School at age 60 attending day classes at Matthew McNair Senior Secondary in Richmond BC with kids 43 years younger than her and then taking on the extra challenges of costuming the school play "The Birds" while joining the chorus line as "The Old Bird" singing and dancing.
As she was often telling us, "You go forward or you fall behind" and as she showed us "You are never too old to learn."
Pat will forever be missed.
Rest well, Old Bird, you earned it.