Patricia "Patty" Sammons

December 31, 1940April 7, 2021

Patricia Lou Sammons, 80, of Pataskala, passed away Wednesday, April 7, 2021. She was born December 31, 1940, in New Camp, Kentucky; daughter of Arunia and Maggie Lovell. Pat met Glen, the love of her life for 62 years, in Williamson, West Virginia, at 16 years old and knew he was “the one.” Their journey brought them to Illinois and then Ohio, where they lived for 60+ years. She was best known for her devotion to family and God―living a true Christian life. Pat had fierce loyalty for her family and unconditional love for her six grandchildren and two-great- grandchildren. She also loved holidays and family get-togethers and felt it was a reason to celebrate life. Her sense of humor and smile radiated in her beautiful blue eyes and both were inherited by her two sons. A school cook for 25 years, she earned the admiration of hundreds of kids that she served with a smile, and for those with special needs or tough circumstances, there was always a little extra helping. This same kindness and dedication also gained her the love and respect of many life-long friends. She is preceded in death by her parents Arunia and Maggie Lovell; brother Donald and brother-in-law Joe Chapman. She is survived by her husband, Glen Sammons of Pataskala; her son Dave (Quinn) Sammons of Baltimore; her son Scott (Kim) Sammons of Pataskala; sister Mitzie Chapman of Cortland; her brother Mickey (Annette) Lovell of Lockport, IL, and grandchildren, Zach (Alisan), Clay, Carson, Ryan, Addie, Tanner, and great-grandchildren: Millie, and Judson, along with dozens of nieces, nephews, and much more family and friends. Visitation will be from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at KAUBER-FRALEY FUNERAL HOME, 289 S. Main St., Pataskala, OH 43062. Funeral service will follow at 1:00 p.m. at the funeral home with Pastor Paul Snoddy officiating. Interment will be at Floral Hills Memory Gardens in Lancaster, OH. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Tri-Village Christian Church or Hospice of Central Ohio.


  • Visitation

    Wednesday, April 14, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, April 14, 2021


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Gail Heffner

April 14, 2021

My deepest sympathies to Glen and family. Patty always had a friendly smile and a wave for everyone in our neighborhood. May God give you strength to smile at the precious memories of her as you go through this time of grief.

Ethel Fluty Taylor

April 12, 2021

I am so sorry I did not know Pat but am a friend of Glen's from our days at Williamson High School. My love and prayers are with you during this time of grief. I claim the scripture "to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord" and it gives me comfort. I pray it will comfort you also.

Linda Frazier Kyle

April 12, 2021

Glen and family, so sorry to hear about the passing of Patty. I remember our family get togethers, wish we could have had more.
Its been many years, but wanted you to know that you and the family are in our thoughts and prayers. ⚘

Judy Carolyn Hatfield

April 10, 2021

Remember the Lovell Family as neighbors at New Camp and re-acquainted via FB between my sister Sharon and Mick and UK sports. So sorry for your loss. Love reading about Patty and her beautiful life. Terrible to lose a sibling. Prayers for all.

Janet Bowe

April 10, 2021

Glen and family sending my condolences n the passing of your sweet Patty. From our high school memories of majorette and cheerleader to marring our WHS loves, their career at Lucent, raising our families in small town communities n Columbus Ohio and life and love of Jersey Church . Sorry that we were so busy raising our families and our careers that we never managed enough time together.Love our friendship memories and we will meet again. God Bless your family. Glen God will be there through the struggle called grief. Hugs and Prayers. Janet H Bowe

Sherry Hatfield

April 9, 2021

Pat was beautiful, both inside and out. She and her siblings were the first friends I had. We spent many times.together growing up, as first cousins do. Patty, I miss you already. Even though we didn’t spend much time together as adults, you were always in my thoughts and prayers. Such great memories, see you soon. Prayers for all the family. Love, Sherry