Patcharin Singhanet Tannirat January 20, 1940 - February 6, 2023

Date of Funeral

March 11, 2023

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Patcharin’s Story

Born in Chiang Mai, Patcharin had a happy childhood with many cousins at the family compound of their grandfather, Intha Singhanet. Attended elementary school at Dara Academy. Roller skated around Chiang Mai.

After her father died, her mother went to work/live in another district. Pat went to live with her uncle, Chinda Singhanet. She attended secondary and high school (boarding) at Dara Academy where she developed lifelong competitiveness in ping pong. She earned a scholarship to study Education at Chulalongkorn University. She lived at Student Christian Center in Bangkok, where she met her Prasit Tannirat.

Pat and Prasit married, and then moved around Thailand. Pat worked in the same civil engineering offices that Prasit worked with. They moved to the USA, had two daughters and moved around the US until they arrived in California. Pat studied English and read many Harlequin Romance novels. She worked as partner and customer charmer at the Watch Center in Hermosa Beach. They moved to Thailand for Prasit’s work at Buriram Sugar Company.

Upon retirement, they returned to the USA. They took many walks at Newport Beach, and enjoyed fishing at the pier, but grandkids, church, and travel were their main activities.

Patcharin is preceded in death by her parents: Inet and Fongkaew Singhanet, one brother: Sutiporn Singhanet, and two sisters: Yaowapa Ritkansila and Patara Singhanet, her husband: Prasit Tannirat, and one grandson, Djivan Escandon. She loved God, jigsaw puzzles, baking cakes, playing rummy, reading literature and watching historical dramas. 

Patcharin is survived by her brother, Ravee Singhanet, her two daughters, Alisa and Darlene Tannirat, and her three grandchildren, Augustino Escandon, Audrey and Dean Tannirat.

The funeral ceremony was held at Forest Lawn-Covina Hills Church, shortly after ceremony, the burial service followed at Forest Lawn adjacent hill burial site with spectacular views of San Bernadino mountains and San Gabriel Valley.  Both ceremonies were officiated by Rev. Dr. Sirichai Chayasirisobhon and Rev. Jade Thunyakij.  Music prelude was played by Ms. Elizabeth Prasertsinthana;  Psalms, Hymns, and prayers were cited and sang by all guests participants followed by eulogies by family members and friends.


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  1. REPLY
    dtannirat says

    ทุกครั้งที่ได้พบนุ้ย รู้สึกอบอุ่นใจ นุ้ยมีรอยยิ้ม จริงใจ อยู่เสมอ นุ้ยเป็นคนสวยและอ่อนหวาน เป็นตัวอย่างที่ดี เป็นท่อพระพร ที่สำแดงความรักอันยิ่งใหญ่ของพระเจ้าให้แก่คนรอบข้างเสมอ ฉันหวังว่า สักวันหนึ่งฉันจะได้พบนุ้ย โดยพระคุณของพระเจ้า ณที่สวยงาม เปี่ยมด้วยความรักและสันติสุข ชั่วนิรันดร์กาล จากยาใจฐิตะฐาน

  2. REPLY
    dtannirat says

    may you rest in peace and with God forever, till we meet again, my loving friend,
    I miss you, Nit

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