December 7, 1945 – October 3, 2019
Patricia Ann Walton, 73, longtime resident of Alabaster, Alabama, passed away Thursday, October 3, 2019 in her home after a long battle with leukemia.
She was born on December 7, 1945 in Siloam, North Carolina to Nina Pauline Joyce Billings and Hillery Eli Billings Sr.
Patricia was a member of Westwood Baptist Church and a woman of Christ. She’s preceded in death by her husband, William K. Walton Jr. and five sisters and four brothers.
Surviving members of her family are; son, Ricky K. Walton, daughter in law Terri, son, Jason S. Walton, two granddaughters, Miranda T. Walton and Brianna S. Walton, and one sister, Carolyn Bowen. The family asks for your prayers and condolences during this difficult time.
A graveside service will be held at 3:00 pm for Patricia on Saturday, October 5, 2019 at Southern Heritage Cemetery located at 475 Cahaba Valley Road, Pelham, Alabama 35124.
In lieu of flowers, please donate in Patricia’s name to Westwood Baptist Church in Alabaster, Alabama.
- Graveside Service Saturday, October 5, 2019
October 5, 2019
Pat was in the first Sunday School class I joined at Westwood. I was recently separated from my husband and going through a strong depression. Pat and the other ladies in that group took me in and encouraged me; I am forever grateful. Pat was always so beautiful, classy, godly, and charming. I have no doubt that she is delighting in the presence of the Lord.
Ronnie and Diana Green
October 4, 2019
Though we can't know the depths of your grief, we feel the loss of Mrs. Walton as well. She has seemed like a member of our family for as long as we can recall. Being the mother-in-law of my sister Mrs. Walton has been at all the important family events for some 30 plus years. I can't imagine Terri, Ricky and Miranda's world without her a part of it. She was a loving and gracious woman. The epitome of the "Southern woman", soft spoken and careful to never offend with harsh words. A better grandmother could not be found, in her eyes Miranda was perfection in all ways, and she ensured Miranda always was aware of that. The world is a little less soft and gracious without her in it.