Patsy Erlandson

November 1937 ~ October 2020

About the Service

A celebration of life will be held at a later date. She will be laid to rest at the San Joaquin Valley National Cemetery.

Patsy (Holloway) Erlandson, age 82 of Turlock, passed away on Saturday, October 24, 2020 at Emanuel Medical Center. Patsy was born in Tuttle, Oklahoma and migrated to California in the 1930’s. She graduated from Oakdale High School in 1957 and married Wayne Erlandson in 1969. They lived in Denair before settling in Turlock for the last four years. Patsy was a Cashier for T.I.D. for 17 years and attended Calvary Chapel in Turlock.

She is survived by her husband Wayne Erlandson, sister Ann Albritton, niece Deborah Haley, and many more nieces and nephews.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date. She will be laid to rest at the San Joaquin Valley National Cemetery. Allen Mortuary in charge of arrangements.

Please make memorial contributions to your local Shriners Children’s Hospital.


Remembrances

  1. Aunt pat was like a mother to me. She and uncle Wayne fed me, made sure we had a car and never went without. I have no words for how I feel and I still can’t believe she’s gone. R.I.P auntie your with your mom and sisters now. I love you and miss you

  2. Sister was such a shock!
    I love you and you will be missed terribly. Miss talking with you.
    We had our moments but there was love..

  3. Aunt Pat and Uncle Wayne graciously accepted me into the family when I married Gregg. When Gregg died, you were the family that was there to share memories and the grief. Thank you! I will remember you and Uncle Wayne every time I make that delicious toffee you took the time to make for me every Christmas. I am honored that I could call you Aunt.

  4. There was no truer friend, than you, dear Pat. You were loyal and loving, caring
    and giving—and generous. And you could always make me laugh! You will be
    SO greatly missed. And although my heart is broken at your passing, it is also
    full with the wonderful memories we shared together. Thank you for them…
    and for being my friend.

    I send my love and deepest sympathy to Wayne. My thoughts are with you.

    With Loving Memories.
    Cheryl

  5. My heart is saddened at your passing. I will hold on to the fun memories we shared with our beloved Audrie. There are so so many! One of my most cherished is helping with you and Wayne’s wedding 51 years ago. What a wonderful day that was. You will always have a special place in my heart. I love you and will miss you and will miss our fun talks that contained a mixture of laughing and crying. You are now with Audrie (whom you missed so much) and our beloved Granny. Love you. XOXO

  6. Pat was one of my most cherished friends and an example of what a true friend should be … she loved me unconditionally and was always there for me … she rejoiced with me and she hurt with me… she had a great shoulder to cry on and her hugs were the best … she was spunky and she was compassionate … she listened to me tirelessly and prayed for me faithfully… My favorite memories with Pat are filled with all of the laughter we shared. My heart is heavy and I long to hear her voice again but I am confident that someday we will meet again and I’m sure we will enjoy a heavenly prime rib dinner! I love you my sweet Pat & I will miss you tremendously! ❤️

  7. Auntie mom. I miss you,and love you.don’t want to live without u..c u again.RIP sweet auntie.its not going to ever b the same .my heart is broken!!
    Tell all I said hi and love them toooo.you said you wouldn’t leave me??
    I’ll look after daddy 4 u.

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