Pat Sheehan

Ranked #144 on the list Best Playboy Playmates of All Time

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Patricia Ann Sheehan, also known as Patricia Sheehan Crosby (September 7, 1931 in San Francisco, California – January 14, 2006 in Beverly Hills, California) was an American actress and model. She was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for its October 1958 issue. Sheehan's father, Arthur Edmond Sheehan, was an automotive engineer and businessman and her mother, Gladys Anna Larson, worked at a hospital. Her parents divorced in 1935 just a few years after she was born. In 1942, her brother, Arthur Sheehan, a triple-A league pitcher, was drafted into the United States Army. Working as a gunner on a flying fortress, he was promoted to staff sergeant and died after his plane was shot down over Germany; only two of nine people survived. He was later added to the San Francisco Hall of Fame. Her brother Ed is a Jehovah's Witness and was a skilled soccer player in high school. He also played in a professional band and was in the Band Corps during World War II. In 1949, she won the local Miss Milkmaid pageant, which launched her career. Sheehan had her first chance at fame when she won first place in the Miss San Francisco Pageant of 1950: her prize was a Gensler Lee diamond ring. She

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