Patricia A. Beninati

Patricia A. Beninati (Pelcher), age 83 of Ballston Spa passed away on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 with her loving daughter by her side. She was born to the late Harold and Louise Pelcher on September 3, 1935.

Patricia graduated from Northville Central School in 1954 and continued her education at Ithaca college, where she majored in Business and Physical Education. She retired from the Saratoga County Civil Department following 25 years of service.

Patricia enjoyed life though golfing and bowling, along with attending her grandchildren’s sporting events and traveling to Alaska and Texas to visit her family. She also loved spending time and making memories with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She is survived by her two children Harry F. Beninati USMC, Ret. (Hye Suk) of Anchorage, AK, Leslie S. Robinson (Mahlon) of Northville, NY and her sister Barbara Forester of Orange Grove, TX. She has four loving grandchildren, Angela Beninati of Beaverton, OR, Scott Beninati of Anchorage, AK, Shawna Rorick (Jim) of Ballston Lake, NY and Francesca Robinson of Northville, NY. Patricia was also blessed to experience watching her three beautiful great-grandchildren, Jessalyn of Beaverton, OR, Adrian of Anchorage, AK, and Gabriel of Anchorage, AK.

She is predeceased and reunited with her mother Louise Pelcher, father Harold Pelcher, husband Lester Beninati and brother Richard (Dick) Pelcher.

Family and friends are invited to services on Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at 11:00am at the Gerald B.H. Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery with a celebration of her life at The Embassy Suites, in Saratoga Springs, NY immediately following.

Guest Book

Robert Monroe

Harry your parents were some great people and will be truly missed brother. Miss the days golfing with your dad. We are getting old son

Ed and Lory Bennett

Leslie, Harry and families,

Our thoughts and prayers are with you! She left the impression with us that in spite of everything she would just confront them and move on. As I said, she seemed like the energizer bunny. We appreciate all the care you’ve provided your mom to enable her to do her best. Your Love was captured in that one word Leslie used....Mommy.

Eddie and Lory

Sylvia Bertrand

Dear Leslie
I am so sorry to see your mother’s passing. I remember her as very fun loving, always with a smile. I cannot come to the service but you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Gary & Nancy Meunier

Leslie, Harry & Family
We are so sorry for your loss. We feel like it is our loss too. We have been Pat & Lesters neighbors for 34 years. We shared many laughs and stories throughout that time. I will miss seeing her and having our chats! May she RIP and now be united with Lester.

Pat Williams

I loved Pat and have some wonderful memories of spending time with her, and her family. It's very sad to have all of those people pass on. I know that they are rejoicing at being together again.

Karen Morandi-Isabella

My profound condolences to Pat’s loving family. Pat was my tournament partner and banquet buddy during our Saratoga Ladies Golf League outings. I’ll miss the wonderful conversations we had about her Alaskan adventures. What a great woman!

Jane (King) Sackett

Leslie and family, I am so sorry for your loss. I have many fond memories of Pat. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Mary Post

Leslie....I am so very sorry for your loss of your mother. She was a lovely woman. Keep your wonderful memories close to your heart