OBITUARY

Patricia Elise Hargrove

January 23, 1947May 29, 2021
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Pat Hargrove, 74, of Decatur went home to glory Saturday morning surrounded by the ones who love her most. A cherished granny, mother and friend, she’s remembered for a smile that lit the world, unconditional love that filled hearts and generosity that never kept score. “Do a kindness” were the words her daughters heard every day. With modest means and a simple life, her purpose, pride and joy were her children. She believed people were good, life a gift and her faith changed lives. She’d fight for you or cry with you, and was always up for a good debate. Her best thing was excess, “more butter for that biscuit?” or “one more scoop of granny’s chocolate gravy?” Too many hugs, too many kisses and too much love; more was always better. She leaves behind the rarest of things in our world today, a family who enjoys one another’s company, who love the Lord and lead good lives. Five children (Felicia, Christy, Geri, Katy, Jeff), twelve grandchildren and one great-grandchild will celebrate her life Monday, June 7th, 2PM, at Roselawn Funeral Home. Visitation will start at noon. A mom’s hug lasts long after she lets go. Thank you Momma.

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, June 7, 2021

  • Celebration of Life

    Monday, June 7, 2021

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Arlene Grimm

June 6, 2021

What a lovely tribute to Pat. She was my fellow Granny to Margaret, Baylor and Elliott. I loved Pat from the start because she loved my Ben. She was always smiling, always looked on the bright side and made all around her happier with her presence. One special memory we have of Pat took place at a gathering at Amelia and Todd's home where we were celebrating a birthday. Baylor headed toward the pond and Pat fearlessly headed right after him, sliding in the mud before Ben rescued the two of them. Praying for you all as you navigate the days ahead. She will live on in each member of her family. She leaves quite a legacy.

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