Born November 18, 1939
Patsy Garnett went to be with her Lord and Savior on October 9, 2021 with her family by her side. Born on November 18, 1939, Patsy lived most of her life in San Angelo. Patsy met her husband, Clarence Lynwood Garnett (Lyn) at a drive-in theatre in 1955 and they later married on May 12, 1956. Together they had 2 children, Gary Lynn Garnett and Deborah Kaye Garnett Albert. In 2018 the couple moved to Temple, TX where they were able to be close to her sister, friend and her sidekick, Peggy. Before she retired, Patsy was employed with Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon for over 30 years. She was also a member at large with Epsilon Sigma Alpha, a service organization which she enjoyed greatly with her dear friend Marynell Lane. Together they raised money for great causes such as St. Jude’s Hospital. Affectionately known as “Cookie” to her family and friends they also knew Patsy as a soft spoken, kind, loving, and a truly amazing person. She was a strong woman who was a true fighter surviving both breast and lung cancer. Patsy cared deeply for her family and friends and always gave to others in need. Patsy is survived by her husband Lyn Garnett of Temple, TX, daughter Debbie Albert of Charleston, SC, granddaughters Shauna Perroots (Jeff) and great-granddaughter Madelyn Perroots of Charleston, SC, Ginger Garnett of San Angelo, TX. Sisters, Peggy Barbour (Ron) of Temple, TX and Angela Robinson of Bentonville, AR. Brother, Joe Hughes of Iowa. Niece Solange Martinez (Alex) of Bentonville, AR and great-nephews Ethan and Jude Martinez of Bentonville, AR. She is preceded in death by her son Gary Lynn Garnett and her parents Christina Bell Hughes and Andy Ransom Churchwell. Services for Patsy will be held at Johnson’s Lawnhaven Memorial Gardens 4989 FM Highway 1223 in San Angelo on Thursday October 14th at 1:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers we request that a donation is made in her honor to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, Meals on Wheels or your favorite charity.
Thursday, October 14, 2021
October 16, 2021
Patsy was a wonderful person to me and my family, I always like talking to her she will be missed by many. Love you Patsy.
Debra Spieker Sanders
October 15, 2021
Patsy was a very sweet & kind person. After having known her for many years, I found out we shared a birthday. It was so very special to share that day with her and she always made me feel that it was special to her as well that we shared that day. I will miss her dearly and will celebrate our birthday for both of us.
October 14, 2021
My Aunt Patsy was the sweetest, most soft spoken lady I ever knew. I will forever love you & miss you.
Aunt Peggy, I’m so sorry. You have my hugs.
October 13, 2021
One of the sweetest, most beautiful people I have ever known! Spent many hours in her home, always greeted with warm, loving hugs! She would feed you, give you a glass of sweet tea and make you feel super special. She had a heart for others. Always ready to lend a hand and do anything she could to help in any way she could. Very blessed to have called her my friend! Rest in peace sweet lady! 💖
October 13, 2021
I loved my sister more than anything in this world. We have tons of memories If I think of a good one I will share it The one thing I am sure of she is in heaven no pain and happy happy. So rejoice for her she is happy and peace God bless us all