Hi everyone. My sister in law Patricia Dimas was diagnosed with a very rare brain cancer called Diffuse Glial Neuronal Tumors in December 2019. Drs all over the country studied her case and had never seen a tumor like this and it’s intensity in rapid growth. Patricia received radiation to the brain and chemo causing her to lose her hair. In a matter of over a month and a half, these tumor cells aggressively spread all over her brain and attacked her nervous system. Patricia had lost her hearing and most of her eyesight in a matter of weeks. Drs stopped radiation and chemo since She had received the maximum amount and could no longer continue. Our family tried to stay strong and keep the faith that by the Grace of God she would beat this. Unfortunately Patricia succumbed to this unforgiving disease in March 2020, leaving behind her husband and 4 beautiful children. Patricia and her husband Adam got together their senior year at John F. Kennedy HS at the age of 17. They were high school sweethearts and have 4 beautiful children together. Cliff, Adrian, Ashton and Amri. Patricia graduated in 2010 from UTSA with a BA in interdisciplinary studies. She worked at the center for healthcare services for the last 7 years as an early intervention specialist for children with learning disabilities. Patricia was an amazing person loved by so many. She has touched so many hearts by just smiling, helping or even just a simple hello. Her biggest accomplishment was being a mother. Her 4 children meant the world to her and she dedicated every minute of her life to them. She has always been a sports mom being her kids #1 fan. Her oldest son Cliff graduated in June from her alma-mater and her only wish was to see him cross the stage. Unfortunately Patricia was unable to witness this grand milestone But before she passed, The Edgewood independent school district community came together on Jan 30th 2020 to fulfill her final wish by putting together a mock graduation for Patricia to see her son Cliff cross the stage and receive his diploma. The small school auditorium was filled with well over 400+ people to embark on such a grand gesture for a dying mother. This story went viral on the news and was watched all over the United States. Everyone knew Patricia as an avid fiesta goer, Spurs and longhorn fan but most of all she was our cruise queen. She loved taking cruises with her family and planning the next vacation. She loved recruiting new people to cruise with her and enjoy the excitement in exploring new destinations. She is greatly missed but we carry her in our hearts daily. Until we cruise again, love you Trish.