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Patricia Ann White

16 abril , 193628 octubre , 2020

Patricia White, 84 of Fleming Island, passed away on October 28, 2020 after a battle with cancer, surrounded by her loved ones. She was born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania on April 16, 1936. Patricia graduated from Lemoyne High school and then went on to receive her nursing degree (RN) from York School of Nursing. She was married for 31 years to Estus I. White. Patricia worked as a registered nurse for multiple hospitals in Jacksonville including head nurse of Wolfson's Children's Hospital. She had a passion for reading, fishing and going to the beach. She loved watching sports, her favorite being baseball (Go Braves). Patricia is survived by her daughter; Sherri Cook, her granddaughters; Shannon Longworth and Amanda Cook, her great granddaughter; Elizabeth Longworth, her brother; Glenn Laudenslager and his wife Pamela, and her nephews; Robert and Andrew Laudenslager.

Arrangements are under the care and direction of HARDAGE-GIDDENS CHAPEL HILLS FUNERAL HOME, 850 St. Johns Bluff Rd. N., Jacksonville, FL 32225. www.hardage-giddenschapelhills.com (904) 641-9755

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Sarah Hackney

8 noviembre , 2020

I'll always love and miss my granny. Ive known her since 97' when I was just 7 years old. She taught me so much from learning to love myself to bending me over her knee to be spanked...ill always love you granny. And I'm so sorry for your loss Shannon ,Amanda and Sherry. We'll always be family no matter how near or far apart we are! (:

Marie White

6 noviembre , 2020

Pat became my sister in law when I married my husband in 1963. Carol and I moved to Jacksonville soon after our daughter Stacey was born. She was invaluable to us with medical advice over the years. We will miss her and have so many memories of our times together with Estus, Pat and Sherri. Marie White

Maria Butts

5 noviembre , 2020

Mrs. White was like a second Mom to me, as I’ve known her since I was 16 years old, and she was Granny Pat to my sons, Travis and Jacob. We have so many wonderful and cherished memories, from Birthdays to holiday celebrations. She was always there. Mrs. White was so loving and giving. After my Mom passed away, she was the one I called for advice if the boys or me were sick. As a nurse, she knew everything! We will miss her great personality, sincere kindness and infectious laugh. We’re sending our love and prayers to her beautiful family. ❤️ Maria

Janie and Bill Skinner

5 noviembre , 2020

So sorry Shannon for the loss of your grandmother. We know you loved her very much. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Love you, Bill and Janie Skinner

Wendy White Kniffen

1 noviembre , 2020

My “Aunt Pat”, Uncle Estus and our cousin Sherri, who was like a third sister, were a big part of my childhood growing up in Jacksonville. I will always remember Pat as someone who loved having her home and table full of relatives. She was part of every major event in our young lives—holidays, weddings, graduations. In her career as a nurse, she was well respected and accomplished and I remember her running into one of her clients when we were with her snd she lit up with excitement and love for that young man. And he, too, was thrilled to see her. I will miss my Aunt Pat, as well her immediate family who she held so dear.

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