Roe, Patricia “Pat”

Patricia Roe 1945
Patricia Roe 1945
Patricia Roe 1945
Patricia Roe 1945

Patricia Roe “Pat”

Born: 18 September 1928, New York, NY
Note: some sources have her birth year as 1932. This would have made her 12 years old in her senior year — so it is likely that 1928 is the correct year of her birth.

Patricia Roe is Raymond Roe’s younger sister.

From the 1943 Mar-Ken School Yearbook, as a Freshman:
Freshman Predictions: PAT ROE will probably be reclining in a lounging chair, eating luscious chocolates with nothing to worry about except to keep slim (if she grabs that millionaire.)

From the 1944 Mar-Ken School Yearbook, Transvia, “Junior Biographies”:
PAT ROE is a New Yorker who has a habit of making one comment to everything, “It reeks!” She favors the music of Chopin and Tschaikovsky, and her ambition is to be a singer.

From the 1945 Mar-Ken School Yearbook, Senior Broadcast page:
Pat Roe – Was born in N.Y.C. on Sept. 18, 1928. Her greatest talent is her lovely singing voice which combines beautifully with that gorgeous smile. Pat is heard continually saying “It Rocks”. Between those coffee sundaes, which she so dearly loves, she may be found taking dictation, for she is the Senior secretary. U.S.C. will be her next stoop on the way to a great career.

In 1945 Pat was Secretary of her graduating class. She is also a member of the Mar-Ken Chapter of the National Honor Society and served as Vice-President.

Pat was a member of Los Buenos Vecinos (The Good Neighbors, Spanish Club) in 1945.