Patricia Anne (Sullivan) Catrow, age 88, of Kalamazoo, MI formerly of Hudson, OH died on July 10, 2016 in Kalamazoo, MI. Patricia was born October 19, 1927 in Detroit, MI, to John Joseph Patrick Sullivan and Florence Areva Scott. During World War II, Patricia, her sister, Jacqueline, and a friend, Jackie Hower, formed a trio and sang at war bond rallies and USO shows for the troops. Their trio was featured on WXYZ Radio's Schoolhouse of the Air in Detroit for several years. On Nov. 29, 1947, she married David Johnson Catrow, Jr. in Detroit, after his service in WWII. The couple lived in East Lansing while David completed his degree at Michigan State College (now University), where their daughter Nancy was born. They moved to Fort Lee, VA in 1952 while David served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. While in Virginia, Patricia gave birth to son David III. David earned his CPA and began his business career with Ernst and Ernst accounting firm, now Ernst and Young. Patricia and David's family grew to include six children. They lived in Detroit, Port Huron, Mt. Clemons, and Kalamazoo, MI and eventually settled in Hudson, OH in 1968. After retirement, they relocated to Kalamazoo in 2005. David and Patricia served a number of years at the Firestone Golf Tournament in Akron, OH; David was on the financial board and Patricia as a hole scorekeeper. Avid golfers, they were long-time members of the Hudson (OH) Country Club. While their children were growing up, Patricia was active in their schools, serving in the PTAs and acting as room mother. She was an accomplished seamstress. She made clothes and numerous Halloween costumes for her children. She also made costumes for the Hudson Players theater group, repaired belts and medical holsters for the Hudson (OH) Volunteer Fire and Rescue, and sewed quilts, many of which she donated for fundraisers. For many years, Patricia met weekly with a group of women in Hudson for needlecrafts and friendship. After moving back to Kalamazoo in 2005, she joined the Log Cabin Quilters and volunteered at St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Shop for a few years before her illness. Patricia was preceded in death by her husband, David. She is survived by her six children, 16 grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren and their families: daughter Nancy and son-in-law Dan Crampton of Kalamazoo, MI, and their children, Matthew (and his wife Valerie) Castelo Crampton of Berkeley, CA, and Rachel (and husband Paul) Reinhart of Dousman, WI and their daughter Areva Jane; son David J. Catrow III and daughter-in-law Deborah of Springfield, OH, and their children, Hillary (and her husband Matthew) Dolkart of Chicago, IL and David J. "DJ" Catrow IV (and his fiance Liberty Ziegahn) of Chicago; daughter Mary Ellen and son-in-law Stephen Weller of Cary, NC, and their daughter, Allison (and her husband Shreyas) Tikare; daughter Sally and son-in-law John McLaughlin of Francestown, NH, and their children, Stuart of Cookeville, TN, Sullivan, of Waterbury, VT, and Quinn, of Manchester, NH; daughter Margaret Mary "Peggy" Catrow of Brooksville, FL, and her children, Alan Green of Holiday, FL, and his children Addison, Braxton, Cayla and Dakotah, Joshua (and his wife Lisa) Green of New Port Richey, FL, and their daughters Mackenzie and Khloe, Michelle Green of Port Richey, FL, and Monica (and her husband Jeremy) Miracle and their son Jayce of Holiday, FL; and son Daniel Catrow and daughter-in-law Lynne of Sparks, NV and their children, Ben, Ashley and Ian Hutchinson and Connor Catrow. Patricia is also survived by her sister, Jacqueline Cromwell, of East Lansing, MI and three nieces and their families. Cremation has taken place. No service or visitation is planned. A family celebration of her life and burial in Ft. Custer National Cemetery will take place in October. The family wishes to thank Bronson at Home Hospice, especially Cathy, Kelli, Darlene and Donna for their warm and caring help during Patricia's illness. They also wish to thank Samantha, Susan and Jessica of Bronson at Home Personal Care for their kind and sensitive care. Arrangements by Langeland Family Funeral Homes, Memorial Chapel, 622 S. Burdick.