Patsy Ann Eldridge

November 2, 1930January 27, 2021

Patsy Ann Eldridge, of Terre Haute, Indiana, passed away on January 27, 2021 at Signature Healthcare.

Patsy was born on November 2, 1930 in Sullivan County, Indiana to Thomas and Laura (Gorby) McCombs.

She is survived by her two children, Monette (and Darryl) Harris and Mark (and Becky) Eldridge; three grandchildren, Mark Eldridge II, Breanna (and Kevin) Horton, and Alisha (and Tim) Thompson; one great-grandchild, Laithan Horton; along with several nieces and nephews.

Patsy was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church of Terre Haute, Indiana.

Patsy was known for being a homemaker, feeding her family, and being a world class bargain hunter. She was also an avid garage and yard sale shopper. Prior to having her own children, she loved to devote her time to her nieces and nephews. Some even called her their favorite aunt. Her friends and family loved her. Most called her “Aunt Pat”.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Immanuel Lutheran Church of Terre Haute.

She is preceded in death by her loving husband, Lloyd “Buck” Eldridge; along with her siblings, Tilman McCombs, Tom McCombs, Jim McCombs, Billy McCombs, and Kate Gillin.

Private services will be held at Roselawn Funeral Home. Roselawn Funeral Home was entrusted with the arrangements. Online condolences can be made at


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Amy Brown Cunningham

January 29, 2021

Pat's daughter Monette, and I went to Bible Baptist school together and became friends. Pat was a sweet lady who loved yard sales! Very kind and caring.

Karen McCombs

January 29, 2021

I’d like to say a few things about Aunt Pat I’m Karen McCombs and I have been married to her nephew Michael for 48 years now. She was one of a kind as he would say. In the early years of our marriage we would go to Terre Haute to see his family. I loved those trips. We would stop first at Pat and Bucks house. She was so welcoming and loving that I felt I really was part of the family. Mike often spoke of his family, warm memories that he had of all of them. Aunt Pats love of antiques, small dogs and flashlights! Lol We love you Aunt Pat. Rest In Peace ❤️