Evelyn L. Patrick

March 12, 1932January 18, 2021

Evelyn L. Patrick, 88, of Independence, MO, passed away January 18, 2021 at Maywood Terrace Nursing Home. Evelyn was born in Independence, MO., March 12, 1932, to the late Ishmael and Grace Keith. Her survivors include 2 sons, James Patrick, Jr. and wife, Ruth, of Grain Valley, MO, Gary Patrick (late) wife Peggy of Blue Springs, MO., and proceeded in death by her 1 daughter, Victoria Johnson. Son-in-law, Kelly of Chilhowee, MO; 11 grandchildren, Stephanie Spear, Karl Harris, Michelle Patrick, Natalie Schwartz (Late) William Patrick, Ricky Harris, Troy Hurshman, Michael Patrick, Matthew Patrick, Mark Patrick and Tiffany Ralston. Along with 29 great –grandchildren and 6 great great-grandchildren, two remaining sisters and lot’s of nieces and nephews and church friends. Evelyn was a loving wife, outstanding mother and the most wonderful grandmother to us all. A truly amazing woman who loved the Lord and loved being in his house, she touched the lives of many. She was a member of Jericho Baptist Church in Independence, MO. She will be deeply missed. Services will be held at Newcomer’s Noland Road Chapel in Independence, MO., on Monday, January 25, at 11:00am


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Linda Bridges

January 24, 2021

Evelyn was a very special lady and good friend. She was a kind and caring soul that always saw the good in everyone she met. She loved her family very much and talked about them often.

Evelyn loved to bake pies and make fudge for her Church family. She knew everyones favorite pie. I have a lot of wonderful memories of Evelyn and enjoyed all the times we were together.

She will be greatly missed, but I know from her testimony we will meet again some day. May God comfort her family during this difficult time.

Karen White

January 21, 2021

Sweet Family, can’t tell you how sorry I am for your loss. She was such a wonderful person , the world was a better place with her in it. She’s good now in the loving arms of Jesus ,, with “my James” as she would tell me in our calls. And course her Vicki, she will be greatly missed. May God give you all strength and comfort in this time of sorrow.LOVE to each and everyone of you ! GOD BLESS as she always said at the end of each call ❤️🙏🏼