Rollins Funeral Home

1401 Hudson Road, Rogers, AR


Patricia Ann Carter

August 4, 1937January 13, 2020

Patricia A. Carter, 82, passed on January 13, 2020. She was born on August 4, 1937 in Enid, Oklahoma to the late Edward and Mildred (McAllister) Ross. She loved cooking and doing crafts but especially spending time with her family. She was preceded in death by her husband, Garrrie who passed in 2016. Patricia is survived by her daughter, Melissa Cotton (Derrick) of Bentonville; son, Steven Carter of Bentonville; brother, Richard Ross of Louisiana; sister, Barbara Adams of California; 6 grandchildren, Josh (Michael), Brad (Nicole), Jennifer, Sara, Daniel, and Robert; and 11 great-grandchildren. Arrangements are under the care of Rollins Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, please send donations in her honor to the Circle of Life, 901 Jones Rd., Springdale, AR 72764. Online condolences can be made at www.rollinsfuneral.com.


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Pat & Dick Johnson

January 18, 2020

I will always remember how we met - through an email to the wrong person (me) and because of a donkey named Zephyr. That experience created a lifetime friendship and memories that will last forever.
You will always be in my heart. Love you!!

Deon and Katrina Higgins

January 15, 2020

Little Lady, I will always remember being amazed at you eating that cinnamon roll! Thank you so much for accepting my brother and his boys into your family and your heart! Thank you for raising such a beautiful daughter with the biggest heart! The family will surround her with love and take care of her always!

You will be missed!

Dave Condit

January 15, 2020

I was like 15 years old. For a short period of time, Pat & Garrie were foster parents. They kept a girl, Margie, at their home for a few months. Margie & I met and we both 'fell head over heals in love'. Well, I know I did. They were living in Wichita, KS, at the time. I was in Ponca City, OK, a hundred miles away. Since we couldn't see each other, we wrote letters every day. One day, Pat intercepted a letter where Margie and I were gonna run away somewhere and get married. I mean, we were in LOVE!!! Pat called my mom and they drove down to Ponca and the parents had a discussion. Next thing I know - Margie and I were 'broken up'. That's how life was back in 1965!! Loved Pat & Garrie and am so happy now they are back in each other's arms!!!

Victoria Henwood

January 15, 2020

Thank you for opening your home and loving me like your daughter when our parents could no longer love. We may not be able to see each other, talk, hug or hold hands but I'll always carry you in my heart. RIP

Tammy Condit

January 15, 2020

I will miss sweet cousin Pat. She made me feel welcome when I first met her. I can vouch that she loved her family very much.

Melissa Cotton

January 15, 2020

There are no words to describe the loss. She will forever be in our hearts and she will be missed and forever loved!!

Camerin Britton

January 15, 2020

Im sorry for your family's loss.. Grandma Pat sure was an amazing woman... Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.. We love you guys.. Rest on paradise..

Michelle Hunter

January 15, 2020

I will always remember those special moments with my Lil Sassy Pants. She always made me and my kids feel like we have always been in the family. Miyah loved her Granny and asks of her often. I will miss you momma. I was her Chocolate Baby. Look over us daily. Rest on sweet Angel. Time cheated me!