Patricia Lynn Kelly

November 22, 1949April 24, 2018

Graveside services for Patricia Lynn Kelly, 68, of Tyler are scheduled for 10:00 a.m. Monday, April 30, 2018 at Pine Springs Cemetery, Tyler.

She passed away on April 24, 2018 in Tyler.

Patricia was born on November 22, 1949 in Pittsburg to the late Dud White and Jean Montgomery.

She is survived by her husband of 47 years Roy Kelly; daughter Laurie Hall and husband Stephen; sister Judy Oakes and husband Richard; granddaughter Jessica Duvall and husband Casey; and nephews Michael White and Ricky Oakes. She is also survived by one great grandson, two great nephews, and one great niece.

In addition to her parents, Patricia was preceded in death by her grandmother Daisy Montgomery, and sisters Marilyn Sue White and Wanda White.


  • Dud White and Jean Montgomery, Parents
  • Daisy Montgomery, Grandmother
  • Marilyn Sue White, Sister
  • Wanda White, Sister
  • Roy Kelly, Husband of 47 years
  • Laurie Hall and husband Stephen, Daughter
  • Jessica Duvall and husband Casey, Granddaughter
  • Judy Oakes and husband Richard, Sister
  • Michael White, Nephew
  • Ricky Oakes, Nephew
  • Patricia is also survived by one great grandson, two great nephews, and one great niece.


  • Graveside Service Monday, April 30, 2018

Patricia Lynn Kelly

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Lynda Tippit

April 30, 2018

I worked with Pat on 4 East for so many years. She was such a dedicated nurse and a very true friend to me. I will miss her so much.....RIP my dear friend....I love you

Ronda Lide

April 28, 2018

I worked with Pat eons ago at Mother Francis. I learned so much from her as a nurse but then gained a dear friend for life. She was a dedicated nurse and a true friend. I couldn't have been luckier. My hear aches, she will truly be missed. RIP my dearest friend.

Joann Washington

April 27, 2018

Pat and I worked together for many years, very smart and loving. No greater chemo nurse than Mrs. Pat Kelly. Always willing to share her knowledge. You will be greatly missed angle. Love to all the family.

Susan Johnson

April 27, 2018

Pat was such a warm and compassionate person. I have known and worked with her for years. Her patients loved her. If we were having a bad day, she would brighten things with her wit. We retired about the same time and have been sharing things on Facebook. I am going to miss my friend, but she is with God and is brightening his day.