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Sherwood Chapel & Memorial Gardens

3176 Airport Highway, Alcoa, TN

OBITUARY

Patricia "Pat" Ruth Campbell

25 December , 194930 October , 2019
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After a long and courageous battle with breast cancer, Patricia passed peacefully in her sleep. Her bright smile lit up every room she entered and her spontaneous laughter touched every person she encountered. She had a passion for life, her family, and her church. Her strength will continue on.

Pat is preceded in death by her father, Raymond Paschel; and brother, Raymond Paschel, Jr.

She is survived by her son, Jennings Payne, II; daughter, Denise Payne; granddaughter, Chelsea Payne; mother, Iva Boling; brother-in-law and sister, Sam and Theresa Townsend; brother, Bobby Paschel; several nieces and nephews; and special friends, Bob and Peggy Bandy.

The family will receive friends on Saturday, November 2, 2019 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm at Turner Street Baptist Church, 942 Turner Street, Maryville, TN 37801. A service will follow at 12:00 pm officiated by Pastor Timothy Townsend.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.sherwoodchapel.com for the Campbell family.

Services

  • Receiving of Friends Saturday, 2 November , 2019
  • Memorial Service Saturday, 2 November , 2019

Memories

Patricia "Pat" Ruth Campbell

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Patti Daugherty

5 November 2019

I miss you so very much! You were so beautiful inside and out here on earth! I can only imagine how beautiful you are in heaven. I miss your laugh and your smile and most of all your hugs! You were the greatest aunt a girl could have! I cherish every single memory we made together. Every I love you we exchanged! I’m forever gonna miss you ALWAYS IN MY HEART!

Robert Bandy

4 November 2019

On October 30th my best friend went to be with the Lord. I've seen her good side and bad side and that she was one strong lady. She fought breast cancer for 5 years. Her sister Theresa and I saw a lot of chemo go in her. Though she was hurting she still made people laugh. I'm not going to say goodbye to you Pat, for I will see soon. You are missed so very much.
Bob and Peggy Bandy

Barbara Grigsby

2 November 2019

Pat's laughter...was very contagious... She was always laughing. And heaven just got sweeter. 😇

Tammy Harper

2 November 2019

We work together side by side for nine years. We laughed and talked the entire time, and those were long hour work days at the Lob.
We continue when we got home on the phone. Lol We had so much to tell each other. She was the first person I ever opened up to. I’ve always heard you gotta watch out for the happy ones. There the ones with the most troubles. That was us, the happy ones. She took care of my dogs, who mean the world to me. Whenever, I had to leave, unexpectedly. So, many times Derek kept me on high alert! She was always there for me when I needed her! We came back , from one hospital stay to find a dozen red roses 🌹 in a beautiful vase to welcome us home. ♥️He loved red roses. The vase was the most beautiful crystal vase I’ve ever seen. Today, and most every day I have it sitting by my chair, filled with fresh flowers. We had to move back to middle Tennessee, for many reasons, one being his health. We lost touch. One year later, in this world as large as it is. Derek an I were playing in the ocean and I heard this laughter..... then the voice. It couldn’t be, in the ocean playing , we meet again! We were staying at the same place at the same time, in the same spot at the same time ,in the middle of the ocean. How’s that for KISMA!

Darryen Houston

2 November 2019

She was one of the strongest women on this planet who kept on fighting and she’ll be missed! Rest easy!

Annette Sullivan Lekes

1 November 2019

Such a sweet lady.

Phyllis Gilbert

31 October 2019

Pat was a very special lady when she entered a room it would light up I’m gonna miss her beautiful smile fly high Pat you will surly be missed

Tiya Gilbert

31 October 2019

One of the most amazing women I've ever met. A smile that could light up a room, a sense of humor that could turn a bad day into a good day. Fly high Mrs Pat.

Michelle Cannon

31 October 2019

I loved Patricia. She had the best laugh and when she would come in the office she brightened it up and we had the best time laughing and sharing stories. I am going to miss The Pink Girls. She was always so happy and upbeat through her fight. So sorry for your loss and Prayers for the family. She was an amazing woman.

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