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Holmes Beach to honor ‘Ms. Duffy’

Patricia A. Geyer

The Holmes Beach City Commission on Oct. 5 will name and dedicate the Holmes Beach city commission chambers in honor of Patricia A. Geyer.

There will be a meet-and-greet at 8:30 a.m., followed by a dedication at 9 a.m. at Holmes Beach City Hall, 5801 Marina Drive.

Geyer, who served 18 years on the city commission and was elected mayor from 1990-94, died May 1 at 80.

She also was the longtime owner and proprietress of Duffy’s Tavern, the Holmes Beach institution known for cold beers and hamburgers, and so was known by many Islanders as “Ms. Duffy.”

3 Responses to Holmes Beach to honor ‘Ms. Duffy’

  1. mark bram says:

    She was the Best woman ever):

  2. Jenny Willard Mahieu says:

    So appropriate and so deserved!

  3. Dan Menges, Tina and Don Wroblewski says:

    This is an act of great respect, that your community now bestows upon a great lady, who loved the city of Holmes Beach and its people. Her service to Holmes Beach was rooted in an honesty and integrity we can all learn from.

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