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Patricia Ann Elliott November 12, 1933 - January 8, 2021

Glenn "Mike" Carson

November 1933 – January 2021

Patricia “Pat” Ann (Marlowe) Elliott, 87 of Livingston, California passed away on Friday, January 8, 2021.  She was born in Little Rock, Arkansas and moved to Texas where she graduated from Irving High School.  She married Buddie Elliott Sr. before he was drafted in the Military.  They moved to Denair, California in 1970.  Buddie worked for Harder’s Print Shop in Turlock, and Patricia was a Bookkeeper for Virginia’s Bookkeeping Services.  Pat was a person of faith in Christ. She was a peace maker and a positive person that loved to sing old hymns. She loved to laugh, and she had a great sense of humor.

Patricia is survived by her son Buddie (& Sandy) Elliott, Jr., son Alan Elliott, and daughter Peggy (& Robert) Darmousseh, 7 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren, and a sister Darlene Wooten.

She is preceded in death by her husband Buddie Ross Elliott Sr., daughter Sharon Elliott, three siblings Carol Stearns, Joyce Deroche, and Donna Deason.

A Funeral Service to celebrate her life will be held on Saturday, January 23, 2021.

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  1. Vicki Haynes says

    My Dear Aunt Pat
    I smile when I think of you, smile and remember. I remember the fun and happy times. When I was young Visiting California . I can still see you sweeping the kitchen floor and cooking. That was you, always waiting on everyone else, hardly ever sitting down , you were the giver never the taker.
    I can still here My Mama saying
    “˜’ You’re just as busy as a bee Pat , why don’t you sit down”
    Then there were the many visit to Texas . It was alway a really big deal when we knew y’all were coming. . For Grandmother and Grandaddy my Aunts. All of us. We planned big get togethers catching up playing eating all the fun.
    We all I knew how the 5 of you Marlowe sisters were when y’all got together.
    Laughing cutting up being silly silly, as we your children,
    watched in amused wonderment at our mothers, “Having A Ball”
    I remember how hard you worked. But oh how you could play.
    Job Well Done Aunt Pat ,
    Your worldly journey is done., but the best is still, yet to come.
    I know your singing and laughing now. And it makes me smile
    Much love… Vicki


  2. PDarmousseh says

    Dear Mom,

    You will be greatly missed, but I know you are in heaven singing and happy.


  3. Peggy Darmousseh says

    Humble, caring
    giving, laughing

  4. Mary Heller says

    Pat passed the baton on to her daughter Peggy, as she too is a woman of sincere faith, a peacemaker, full of joy and laughter. Though I did not know Pat, Pat passed on a rich heritage that I enjoy through her daughter Peggy.

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