Patricia May Wright Pinckard

February 9, 1924 - March 5, 2019
New Chapel Hill Baptist Church
West Monroe, LA 71291
318-396-2433 | Map
Saturday 3/9, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
New Chapel Hill Baptist Church
West Monroe, LA 71291
318-396-2433 | Map
Saturday 3/9, 2:00 pm
Roselawn Memorial Gardens
Calhoun, LA 71225
318-644-5212 | Map
Saturday 3/9

Funeral services for Patricia Pinckard, 95, of West Monroe will be at 2:00 PM, Saturday, March 9, 2019 at New Chapel Hill Baptist Church. Dr. Marty Black will officiate. Visitation will precede the service from 12:30 P.M. until 2:00 P.M. Interment will be at Roselawn Memorial Gardens under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral Home, WestContinue Reading

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James F. Beasley left a message on March 18, 2019:
Mary and Linda, so sorry for you. I read the obituary, and see she had a very wonderful life.
Linda Hale left a message on March 11, 2019:
Our prayers and thoughts are with all family and friends.Set your eyes on Heaven so you will see her again.Kent and Linda hale
Carol Dunn left a message on March 10, 2019:
Darryl we were so sad to hear about your precious mother. What a joy to have such a wonderful mother. We love you and are thinking about each of you. Carol and Bill
Melanie left a message on March 9, 2019:
Praying for Darryl, Diane, and Sara. Love you.
Kathy Bishop Hanson left a message on March 9, 2019:
Mary and Linda, I am sorry to hear about about the loss of your mother. Although I did not know her, I know she must have been a wonderful mom because you are two sweet and considerate "young" ladies. Mary, when I drive down Strozier road, I always think of you. You and your family are in my prayers.
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Gayle (Pinckard) Kearney left a message on March 9, 2019:
Oh, how I will miss Aunt Pat. She often used another saying that I remember :I’m a limey and limeys don’t give up. That’s how we won the war!!We shared a house - Strozier Road - for a couple of years ‘back then’ and created many memories. My mother frequently recounts that time. She was teaching Aunt Pat how to cook ‘our’ way. Aunt Pat diligently tackled that southern country cuisine but never gave up her English bread puddingMama also tells how, right after Uncle Allen and Aunt Pat moved in, that little Mary wanted Mama’s stuff that was on the wall and she told Aunt Pat to quit letting Mary have it. Aunt Pat responded that she did not want to break Mary’s spirit. Can’t you just hear that?I always loved to hear Aunt Pat talk. Her beautiful accent embellished her stories all the more. And I remember being invited to go with them to New Orleans during Mardi Gras. She was some mad when some guy snatched the beads I had just caught right out of my hands. She just couldn’t believe that a grown man would be so rude to children Love you muchly, my dear cousins. This is a big blow to our hearts, but I praise the Lord that she had accepted Christ as her Savior. Therefore I’ll see her again some day.
Janis Byrd left a message on March 9, 2019:
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Mrs. Pinkard. I started the first grade at Drew Elementary with her oldest daughter, Mary. I GUESS my favorite memory of Mrs. Pinkard was when she worked for Otis Williams at Mr. Quick. She always told us that the ice cream just didn't seem rich enough so she always added two cartons of starter instead of one. She always laughed when she told me that and I always bought one of those awesome ice cream cones. I Wil always remember those eyes lighting up when I came in and that wonderful laugh. Prayers are with the family.
John and Elizabeth Rachal left a message on March 9, 2019:
To the children and grand children of Miss Pat, we wanted you to know how much we enjoyed our visits with your mom and dad and Dorothy and Matt Antley. To hear all the stories Pat use to tell of her life before coming to America was an enjoyment. I am sorry to say it has been so long since seeing her after moving from West Monroe but have great memories of spending time with her. Knowing how hard it is to loose a parent I pray God holds you all in His warm embrace to give you peace and comfort.
PD-GA left a message on March 8, 2019:
My sincerest condolences to the family. It is obvious from the many kind expressions that your loved one will be sorely missed. May our loving Heavenly Father, Jehovah, grant you comfort and strength during this most difficult time. (2 Corinthians 1:3, 4)
Richard Davis (twin). Eunice, La. left a message on March 8, 2019:
To the Family, I was saddened at the loss of your beloved Mother. I shall always remember her beautiful smile and the genuine love she showered on her family and friends. I fondly recall the wonderful times we shared as Ms Pat lead our VBS. class. Prayers for peace at this time of sorrow.
Marlene Donahoe Stanley left a message on March 8, 2019:
What a wonderful life she has lived! I am so sorry for your pain of losing this beautiful woman. As a child, I visited Aunt Cooter (Antley) often & always loved to listen to Mrs. Pat speak.....such a lovely distinct voice. They were dear friends & neighbors. May God comfort all of you during this time.
Marlene Donahoe Stanley left a message on March 8, 2019:
I am so sorry for the pain you are feeling from the loss of this beautiful lady! I remember her from my childhood visits to Aunt Cooter's (Antley) house. I remember so well her pretty and distinctive voice. They were special neighbors. May God comfort all of you during this time.
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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