Patricia Stewart Woodfin โ€ข September 18, 2020

Patricia Stewart Woodfin was born January 27, 1942 in Montgomery, AL and passed away peacefully on September 18, 2020 in Pensacola, FL. She was preceded in death by her parents, Ernest Stewart Sr. and Bonnie Posey Stewart; Sister, Betty Cook; and Grand Daughter, Janie Lee Woodfin.
Pat graduated from Tate High School in 1961 and worked in many capacities for the Escambia County School District for over 20 years where she made many friends that she considered family. After retiring, she devoted her time to traveling, sewing and teaching her grand-children to cook and sew. She also taught all of her daughter-in-laws how to cook the special things that her sons loved that only Mom could make.
Pat is survived by her husband of 59 years, Hudson W. Woodfin Sr.; Sons, Ronald (Katrina), Walt (Jennifer), Robert (Beth) and Martin; 12 grand-children, Maranda (Patrick), Wayne, Wesley, Doran (Molly), Allison, Hadley, Sarah, Raeleigh, Stewart, Carley, Hunter and Cory; 5 great grand-children; 2 great great grand-children; Siblings, Dewayne Stewart (Jenny), Ernest Stewart Jr., Barbara Harris, Mary Short (Tom), Princess Bonne Mae Stewart and Shirley Danley; Special camping and travel friends, CJ and Cordell Hooper; a long with a host of nieces, nephews and friends that were dear to her.
Funeral services for Pat will be held on Friday, September 25that 2:00 p.m. at Pensacola Memorial Gardens with Sister Hazel Godwin officiating. Immediate family visitation will be held from 12:30 to 1:00 with a public visitation from 1:00 to 2:00.
Honorary pall bearers will be Patโ€™s Grand Sonโ€™s and Great Grand Sonโ€™s, Tanner Weathers, Stewart Woodfin, Doran Toney, Conner Kite, Hunter Bolton and Cory Bolton.
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  1. Timothy Lee Wesson says:

    I’m sorry for your lost . My prayers are with you and your family at this time.

  2. Praying for comfort for the Family. Ms.Pat
    Was a very sweet Lady , never got to be around her as much as I would have liked to but when I did get to see her want a pleasure it was . I will miss you Ms.Pat Love you RIP.

  3. James Syphurs says:

    My Prayers for My Extended Family !!!! Miss u Mom . ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ˜ช

  4. Julie Cantrell says:

    My heart breaks for you all. I loved Pat she was a super person. She loved her family and friends. She was always kind. Thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love you all

  5. Melanie J Olson says:

    Pat was a very special person. She was kind, loving and ever present in my heart. Though we did not see each other for many years, the time I got to be a part of her family were some of the happiest days of my past. I learned a lot from her-she made me a better person. I will carry those lessons with me forever.

  6. Wanda Authement says:

    Iโ€™m so sorry for your loss , may God send you comfort and be with the family in the days and weeks to come .

  7. rosa johnson says:

    Pat was a wonderful woman of God loved by everyone she was special to us all. We love her very much. My heart is broken for her family but she’s at the feet of Jesus now No more suffering no more pain for her I pray God will be with her family today and give them strength to get thru this time of her loss love you all and praying.

  8. rosa johnson says:

    Pat my cousin and my sister in Christ Loved her very much and will miss her present here on this earth but looking forward to seeing her again in heaven.

  9. Paula Wallace says:

    Prayers are sometimes not enough. She’ll be deeply missed and so very loved. I’ve enjoyed the brief moments in time with her. She is a “child’s mother” that all young women would want. I love you so, Aunt Pat! Not to say goodbye, but I’ll see you in Heaven. Love always, Paula, Heather and John from Indianapolis. Lord’s will and blessing.

  10. Heather Wallace says:

    Thank God for electronic means to stay connected to the ones we love near and far. Thank God for His mercy, grace, forgiveness, comfort, love, presence, guidance and spirit of truth to keep us strong, encouraged and focused on the prize at the end. Eternal life. Aunt Pat, was an incredible woman and the Lord called her home. May her love and faith extend to those closest to her so that we can all be with her again. Love and Peace.

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