Wednesday, January 14, 2009

In Memory to Patsy Keys

Patsy Keys was married to my 1st cousin JT, they have lived in Crossville, AL their entire married life, pass away Saturday and was burried yesterday. She just turned 65 the 10th of December and died on the 10th of January. She had 2 children and several grandchildren. A kinder person you will never meet. She had so many flowers that they were almost outside the funeral home. Patsy had a green thumb and grew all kinds of flowers in her yard and everyone knew that she love flowers. The funeral home was so full that it took almost an hour to get to the room to visit the family. It speaks to your life when everyone in town comes to your funeral. My cousin was the comic in the marriage and Pat was the quite and always had a smile on her face. Hard worker, great Mother, wonderful friend, She will be surely missed. Our family reunions in August won't be the same, she works behind the scenes, and helps where ever she can.
I know her Daughter and she were real close, and I really feel for her, it is so hard to loose a Mother..... We really need to pray for this family. Thanks for listening to my dribble. I will write more later...haven't been in a writing mood.
Hugs to everyone.

9 comments:

Bama Belle said...

My thoughts are with you. May God be with you as well.

Jenn said...

I'm so sorry!

Me Maw said...

So sorry, sounds as if she was a wonderful person...bleessings

A little piece of 7th heaven said...

Sorry to hear about your loss..Many prayers being said for some peace amongst the grief.
Annmarie

Polly & Steve said...

You guys are so wonderful....I don't know what I did before you.

Miss Linda said...

I am so sorry for your loss. Such people are truly rare in our world.

Putz said...

patsy was my age, i guess 65 is real up there according to my grands....sorry

jennifer said...

I'm sorry Polly. She sounds like a great person.

Robbin with 2 B's! said...

Thank you for visiting my blog, Polly and for sharing your story with me. Come back anytime. And I'm sorry for your loss too.