August 15, 1944 – August 27, 2019
Patricia Haslam, 75, of Tallahassee, Florida, passed away August 27, 2019.
She was born in Marianna, Florida on August 15, 1944. Patricia graduated from Cottondale High and attended Chipolta Junior College. She was married to Jack Haslam and had a career in migrant relations for the Florida Department of Labor. Patricia had a passion for bowling and was known for her quick wit.
Patricia was preceded in death by her husband, John "Jack" Haslam; daughters, Kelly Carter and Kasey Moore; and parents, Hubert and Betty Brock.
She is survived by her sons, Paul Moore and Floyd Carter; daughters, Stacey McKnight (Andy) and Mari Vanlandingham; granddaughters: Tabitha Harrison (Adam), Heather Carraway (Blake) and Mandy Handley (Ray); grandsons: Tyler Moore, Patrick Vanlandingham, Bryce Haupt and Logan Haupt; great grandchildren: Bo Carraway, Juliet Handley and Anna Handley; and sister, Jeannie Taylor (Bob).
Visitation will be held August 30, 2019 at 9:30am at Lakeview Baptist Church with a memorial service beginning at 10:30am.
If you would like to make a memorial donation in Patricia's honor, please make a donation to Lakeview Baptist Church, 222 W 7th Avenue, Tallahassee, Florida 32303.
- Visitation Friday, August 30, 2019
- Memorial Service Friday, August 30, 2019
September 1, 2019
I loved Trisha! We were kindred spirits! I actually lived with Aunt Betty and Uncle Brock for a short time when I was in grammar school in Cottondale.
Was fortunate to work with Trish when she a supervisor for the State years ago.
Trisha lived with a broken heart for what seemed liked an eternity I'm sure to her... after losing two daughters.
Love to you, Jeannie...
Rest in peace, Trish! We will surely miss your beautiful smiling face and wit at future family reunions...
Your cousin, Jacqueline
August 30, 2019
I was saddened to read about Patricia this evening. Although I had not seen her in many years, I remember her fondly. We worked together in the Florida Legislature back in the 60s, in Mrs. Faircloth’s Journal Room, and had so much fun. We were located about where The Governor’s Club is now. Later I met Jack when I worked at the old Florida Development Commission. Who would have known then that they would one day be together. Tricia and I would run into each other over the years and swear we would get together, and never did. I am sorry we did not and now she is gone. My condolences to the family on your loss. My heart hurts for all of you. But, especially for Jeanne, the only one of you I know, in the loss of your only sibling. I remember how close you all were. Thinking of you today.