OBITUARY

Patsy Garrity

January 31, 1938May 29, 2019

Patricia (Patsy) Garrity, age 81, of Henderson, Nevada passed away on Wednesday May 29, 2019. She was born in Meridian, Mississippi January 31, 1938 and was raised by her Mom, Eloise Bodeker and her Uncles, Raymond and Richard Clay.

A true Southern debutante, Patsy graduated from Meridian high school and soon thereafter married Karl Stingily Sr and had two Children. Karl Jr and Michael.

She eventually remarried Henry W Garrity and had two children, Shawn and Bonnie.

Patsy had a very distinguished and fulfilling career running show services for several leading show services companies in the trade show industry including MC2 where she retired.

Her passions included her family, her show floor memories and all things New England Sports.

Patsy will be remembered as a loving Mother, passionate friend and ultimate social butterfly.

She is survived by her 4 children, 2 Daughter in Laws,11 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren and many loving friends.

A funeral service for Patsy will be held Thursday, June 6, 2019 at 2:00 PM at Palm Boulder Highway Mortuary, 800 South Boulder Highway, Henderson, Nevada 89015. Patsy will be laid to rest at Palm Henderson Cemetery.

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

Services

  • Funeral Service Thursday, June 6, 2019

Memories

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Michael Boone

June 6, 2019

Patsy always reminded me of my one feisty grandmother...a favorite of mine. Meeting her and Hank, in 1992 at the old Heritage offices. Is always a fond memory for me. Seems we have lost one more great lady on this side, as she has moved to a better place now. Free to visit with old friends, already there waiting for her. ...rest in Peace now.

Carol Clarke

May 31, 2019

Oh Patsy, you and I had such fun together driving over to your favorite Walgreen's to shop for goodie's, then going to Bruce's and playing canasta, which you were really good at, then getting to enjoy a delicious dinner after. If we were early we'd drive the neighborhood gawking at your old home and enjoying a look at the golf course and spotting quail in the street.
You were such a smart southern gal whose wings took her far beyond the south and in to a land of family, work and friendships.
You had a full life Patsy and it was such a joy to know you dear friend. I'll remember you always and with great fondness.
Rest in peace.
Carol