Nancy Mae Patterson

Nancy Mae Patterson

October 01, 1948 - November 13, 2021

Nancy Mae Patterson

October 01, 1948 - November 13, 2021


Nancy Mae Patterson, age 73, passed away Saturday, November 13th, 2021 in her home in Lebanon, Tennessee.

Nancy was born on October 1st, 1948 to the late Benjamin and Thelma Lary Foster in Maine.

Nancy enjoyed the simple pleasures of life. Sitting in her favorite chair reading a mystery novel or honing in on her craft of crocheting was one of the many ways Nancy liked to spend her time. Above all, she adored spending time with her family. Her grandkids would light her life as she could see the bright future that awaits them. She will be dearly missed.

Nancy is preceded in death by her husband, Wendell L. Patterson; her sister: Barbara Gibbs; and her brother-in-law: Norman Patterson.

She is survived by her son, Matthew (Courtney) Patterson; grandchildren: Jaycee and Asher Patterson; brother: Larry (Joan) Foster; in-laws: Marie Risinger, Carroll (Jaque) Patterson, Janet (Larry) Nay, Bruce (Brenda) Patterson, Terry LaMontagne, Fran Yoder, Scott (Lori) Patterson; and several nieces and nephews.

Cremation Society of Tennessee is assisting the family with arrangements. Condolences can be given to the family by visiting

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4 responses to Nancy Mae Patterson

  1. We are so sorry for your loss. Nancy was an amazing woman who always opened her home and heart to everyone. Heaven has truly gain an angel. We will forever miss her and always love you all.

  2. I met Nancy on the chat room, then in person in Harrisburg chat get together. We had so much fun and such a wonderful person, she will be missed by all her chat friends. Rest in Peace my frriend. Auburn

  3. We are so sorry for your loss, Aunt Nancy was an amazing woman. We all will deeply miss her phone calls.

  4. Dear Matthew Courtney Jaycee & Asher
    Our deepest condolences filled with love. A very dear sister and sister in law to us will greatly be missed. We had many topics of fun conversations. We will miss her dearly. Love you all

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