Obituaries

Patricia Ann Ritchie December 28, 1943 ~ September 5, 2012

Patricia Ann Ritchie, 68, of Winslow passed away Wednesday, September 5, 2012 at Winslow.  She was born December 28, 1943 in Charleston, South Carolina the daughter of Vincent and Kathleen Garate South.

Patricia was a Truck  Driver for CJF Inc. of West Siloam Springs, OK and attended the Blackburn Community Church and also was a member of ASPCA.

She is survived by her husband, Hugh Ritchie of the home; 3~sons, Floyd Chavious, Jr., Jerry Wayne Chavious and Timothy Chavious all of Winslow; 2~daughters, Gwendolyn Ambrose of Winslow and Patricia Ambrose of Fayetteville; 2~step-sons, Hugh John Ritchie of Virginia and Ule Sam Ritchie of Ohio; 1~brother, Mike South of Lexington, South Carolina; 1~sister, Kathy Fish of Ohio; 6 grandchildren; many friends and avid animal lover.

Funeral Services will be at 10:00 A.M. Tuesday, September 11, 2012 at Beard’s Funeral Chapel in Fayetteville. Burial will be in the Fayetteville National Cemetery.

Visitation will be Monday from 5~7 PM at the funeral home.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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    Megan Ritchie » 07. Sep, 2012

    This amazing, strong, loving and funny woman will be missed so much. I am sorry for everyone who will miss her but be grateful to have had Patti in their lives. I know I am a better person for knowing her!!!!

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    Alan & Debbie Alameda » 07. Sep, 2012

    Aunt Patti will always remain locked in our hearts as someone who loved us totally; and unconditionally.

    Her strength and wonderful convictions of character have always been; and will remain an
    inspiration to us.

    We will miss her very deeply; we extend our condolences; we share the
    sympathy at her passing.

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    Rhoda Alameda » 07. Sep, 2012

    I will always remember Pattie for the great person she was, and what a great cook.

    My dear Hugh, Rember to be a Ritchie and that will carry you through, I am just so sorry that we have had so much sorrow between us in the last month. My Love to you always, your sister Rhoda

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    David and Pam Cross » 09. Sep, 2012

    We r very sorry to hear of your loss……….This came as a surprise to us………We found out Friday from Dwayne of the passing of Pattie……..She will missed very much……….We would like very much to attend But unable to get off of work………..Your whole family is in our prayers……If there is anything Hugh or your family needs please let David or I know……..( David is Birddog…)))so u know……Again we r very sorry for your loss……..

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    Tim and whole family Cross » 09. Sep, 2012

    Sorry Hugh for your loss…….your in our prayers………..

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    Mary-Ann Tomic » 09. Sep, 2012

    I met Pattie 4 years ago. Pattie has been a very strong inspiration in my life. I would call her every few days just to make her laugh. She always thought I was an odd Canadian. I truely enjoyed all her words of wisdom and kindest advise. I will miss her so much. It was a shock to hear the news of her passing. She is at God’s side now and I am sure that she will be blessed with His love. I wish I would have had the chance to Thank her for all moments of honest and true friendship that she showed me. I will miss her, but I know that she will be in my heard for as long as I am on this earth. To Pattie’s Family; Please know that she loved everyone so deeply as she often shared with me how important everyone was to her. Your love for her will keep her memory live and well with us forever. My deepest sympathy and condolences to all.

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    david lamastus and mike gamez. » 16. Sep, 2012

    to the family of patty our deepest sorrow at her passing. when patty and the doggies would stop off here in fresno at the peterbilt dealership for service she was not a customer she was family.
    patty was a wonderfull person who was nothing but loving to us.he never forgot to send us a card for the holidays or bithtdays.patty will allways be a part of our family here in fresno.we
    wish the family all the best in this time of sorrow. we love you patty.

    david and mike.