OBITUARY

Patricia Ann (Pfaff) Bare

July 21, 1954May 13, 2019
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Patricia Ann Pfaff Bare, 64 of Clemmons, passed away May 13, 2019 at Forsyth Medical Center. She was born July 21, 1954 in Winston Salem to the late Gray & Barbara Belton Pfaff. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her brother; Gary Edward Pfaff. She is survived by her husband; Ronnie Bare, Step-Mother; Wilma Winfree Pfaff, sister; Leesa Pfaff Williams, brothers; Michael Gray Pfaff(Martha), Robert Charles Powers(Kathy), several nieces & nephews and 5 fur babies; Billie Jean, Cassie Rae, Charlie Bear, Ranger & Wrigley. The family will receive friends Friday May 17 from 6-8 PM at Frank Vogler & Sons Funeral Home in Clemmons. A Celebration Of Life will be held at a later date.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, May 17, 2019

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Patricia Ann (Pfaff) Bare

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Terry Spainhour

May 18, 2019

I am really speechless! I was so very grateful to have met “Trish” 11 years ago. At the time of my life when I was absolutely at my lowest point ever, Patrica and Ronnie took me in like I was an old friend, connected me with their friends and actually helped start my life over. Her sweetness, gentle demeanor and her “laugh” will always be part of my memory. Forever grateful that this sweet “little gal” helped me by her own actions to re-direct my life, and open a new “road to travel.” Patrica lead be example, and was the living demonstration of Love !

Melody Beals

May 18, 2019

Grateful and thankful for her friendship, love, hope and strength.
Gentleness and kindness to all that crossed her path. You will always remain in my heart...baby girl.

Peggy Klinger

May 17, 2019

I worked with Patricia for many years at K&W. She was a wonderful coworker and always willing to help anyone who needed it. She had a positive outlook all the time and was a lovely person to be around. She had a heart of gold. Her love of people was so evident and of course her love of animals was legendary. She always showed remarkable strength during the tough times of her life. She will be missed by many. Patricia, may your sweet soul Rest In Peace. 💕

Scherrie Vogler

May 17, 2019

She was a sweet good woman that helped people all the time. Didn't know her well but knew her for many yrs. Always so sweet. So sorry to the family. She will be missed.

Brandy Whicker

May 17, 2019

In 2008 when she 1st got her license & Pat had been teaching her to drive... that Little Lady came & picked me up. I was in a Halo with a broken neck, but she drove me up & down the road quite a bit around that time. She was nervous, but did great. That was the beginning of our friendship. She always made me laugh. Her glowing spirit will be missed greatly. Will keep Ronnie & the family in my thoughts & prayers. Love You Patricia.

- B 💋

Blair Foster-Schmidt

May 16, 2019

I will never forget the welcoming I received from Patricia when I first met her. I loved how she called me ‘honnneyyy’ in her southern sweet voice.
Her and Ronnie would welcome a group of friends out to their pool every weekend in the summer to swim and have a cookout. She was well loved and had many friends to show up with food and fellowship each time.
You will be greatly missed my friend. Xoxo

Jeannie Johnson

May 16, 2019

Patricia was one-in-a-million! I have never met a sweeter, kinder, or more genuine person in my life. For years Summers were spent lying by her pool, cooking out, and just chit chatting about any and everything. No subject was off limits if someone needed to talk. She helped save a lot of women. Those types of friends are hard to come by. My prayers go out to Ronnie and the rest of her family.

Larue Goodwin

May 15, 2019

Patricia was such a special woman. She gave of herself and helped many others. She carried a great message. I will miss her. I’m sorry for her family’s loss and our community’s also. God Bless you Patricia. I thank God for the time I have known you.

Sandy Whiteheart

May 15, 2019

Patricia will always be my little mama! I do t know what I would have done without her 6 yrs ago. I was lost and ashamed of who I was and what I had become. But as it has already been said she was a beautiful soul. She taught me how to love others and to accept myself again. Most of all she always reminded me to look for all the good in others. She will forever be in my heart. Love you lil mama!

Haley Whiteheart

May 15, 2019

Patricia was family to me and I will always hold her very close to my heart. She helped my family in so many ways. I will never forget her.

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