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Patricia Ann (Ferrell) Lovell, was born in Cartersville, GA on May 8th, 1962 and passed away in her sleep on April 19th, 2014 with loved ones by her side after her hard fight against cancer. Known as Patty to her friends and family, she left behind a world that can never be the same without her to those who knew her. She worked hard her entire life to make a good, loving home for her three children and the man she loved for the last 10 years of her life. S he was the greatest friend to everyone she met and would always do anything for anyone who needed her.
Patty was preceded in death by her mother, Myrdis Ferrell; her father, Alfred Ferrell; step mother, Evelyn Ferrell; and two sisters, Pam Ferrell and June Ferrell.
Her “baby” and significant other, Ron Davis and his son, Nick Davis; her three children, T.J. Neese, Jennifer Cox and Dustin Lovell; her grandchildren, Natalie Lovell, Dresden Cox, Dominick Nasto, Brian Griffiths and Bodhi Griffiths; a daughter-in-law, Anna Griffiths; son-in-law, Steve Cox; as well as her sisters, Marilyn Ferrell and Sandra Ferrell; including close friends, Austin Locklear and Dirat “Victor” Kumnog, all survived her in death.
Patty’s wish was to be cremated and shared amongst her family, living and dead. A memorial in her honor will be held at New Bethel Baptist Church 450 North Victoria DR, Woodstock, GA 30188 on May 10th, 2014 at 2:00 PM. The family is being assisted by Georgia Cremation 3116 U. S. Highway 23, Duluth, Georgia 30096 www.GeorgiaCremation.com 678-584-0914.
In memory of our Beloved
Patricia Ann Lovell
5/8/1962 ~ 4/19/2014
Tears From Heaven
When someone loses soemone
we tell them not to cry
that life will still go on
without a reason why.
If God were to come down from Heaven
and see a loan tear fall,
I know he’d say it’s okay
and it’s the love that we recall.
God wants us to remember
all the good times that we shared.
Tears don’t erase the memories.
They remind us that they’re there.
So don’t stop yourself from crying
over someone that you love,
as long as you remember
that Patty is safe now up above.
Rachael Schneider says
May you alll eventually find comfort, it was a difficult road I know and she is now at peace and without pain.
She was a very dear lady and will be missed by many, though I haven’t seen her in some time I did follow her on facebook and through mutual friends.
Take care all and God Bless you!!