Patsy McIntyre

Born: Thu., Feb. 13, 1958
Died: Sun., Apr. 27, 2008

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MCINTYRE, Patsy A., 50 of Valrico passed away on Sunday, April 27, 2008. Patsy moved to the area 40 years ago from High Point, NC and was a member of Bell Shoals Baptist Church. Patsy is survived by: her loving husband of 18 years, Dennis; son, David Michael; daughter, Ashlyn Nicole; father, Billy Livengood; mother, Sylvia Livengood; sisters, Susan Martinez, Janet Irvin, Jennifer Livengood, and Aimee Boggs. Memorial services will be held at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, May 7, 2008 at Serenity Meadows Memorial Park, 6919 Providence Rd, Riverview.

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Susan Martinez
   Posted Thu May 01, 2008
To my sister who I will truly miss....... You have been such an inspiration to me with your strength and tremendous faith in God. You were an angel here on earth and you are now an angel in heaven.

I Love you......

justin martinez
   Posted Thu May 01, 2008
we all love patsy. and i pray every day or every time she pops in our head. she knew that we love her.
love justin

Janet Irvin
   Posted Thu May 01, 2008
To my sister Patsy, I just want to Thank You for being a loving, caring and thoughtful sister. I will deeply miss you and all the good times we had. Thank you for being that special big sister to me. You will always be in my heart. One day I will see you again in Heaven. I Love You Patsy. My friend and sister. Love, Janet.

Bryant Martinez
   Posted Fri May 02, 2008
Patsy was one of the strongest people I knew. Always pushed herself to do things and always but others ahead of her before she thought about herself. She always joked around even if she was trying to put her point across, it was just the way she was. I miss you so so much Patsy and I'll see you later down the line when my time is up. I love you with all my heart and I know that you are still with us here on Earth.....

Lauren Irvin
   Posted Fri May 02, 2008
I love you Aunt Patsy. She was nice. You will always be in our hearts. Thank you for making the yummy food when we all came to your house. Thank you for the hugs. Love, Lauren

Sean Irvin
   Posted Fri May 02, 2008
Words cannot express the loss I feel right now. I never considered you as just a sister-in-law. You were more than that. In time of need, you were always there. You were the patient one, always trying to calm others down in spite of your personal feelings. You were the backbone at family get-togethers. You were the support that held things together in the worst of crissis. But one thing I will never, ever forget is when you would call the house and basically carry on a whole conversation on the answering machine. Most of all, I will miss my "Hello, Hello-Hello-Hello. This is Patsy, Hello. Weeeelllllllll I guess your not home....................." You and I joked about that all the time. I love you sis and will miss you until the time the Lord calls us all home. I know, check to see if mom and Bruce is coming.

Keith Venning
   Posted Sat May 03, 2008
I regret that I did not have the pleasure of knowing you very long, but in the brief time we did share together, you showed me what a strong, beautiful soul you truly were, and still are. I hope you know just how much you were loved, and how much you will truly be missed. You have touched the hearts of many and will always continue to be a true inspiration to others. Much love, from your newest brother-in-law...

Paige Boggs
   Posted Wed May 07, 2008
I love you so much Ashlyn and I will always be here for you!! Im sorry you lost your mommy.Happy Mother'S Day in heaven Mrs.Patsy.

Aimee Boggs
   Posted Thu May 08, 2008
You don't really realize how much you love someone until they are not there anymore.

aimee boggs
   Posted Thu May 08, 2008
Patsy I can hardly remeber a time when you were not smiling. You always seen the good in everything. You kept are family together. I miss you so much and will always love you. I will never let my kids forget you. Thank you for being a great big sister. We will see you again one day, but you won't have to plan a thing, God will take care of it all.

Beth Frazier-Peterson
   Posted Thu May 15, 2008
Patsy, I will so miss you, but I know that I will see you again in heaven my dear friend.

Janet Irvin
   Posted Tue May 27, 2008
One month ago today is when my sister Patsy went home. I miss you so much Patsy. Everyday I think of you and I cry. I don't think this feeling will ever go away. Somedays I am angry, somedays I am sad. I never got to tell you how much you meant to me and I am sorry for never telling you. I love you Patsy and you did mean alot to me. I guess I'll never understand why this had to happen. I know God has his reasons. At least two or three times a week Lauren says mommy I keep thinking about Aunt Patsy. I can see that you made a good impression on Lauren. Thanks! Love, Janet

Aimee Boggs
   Posted Mon September 08, 2008
Patsy, I miss you soooooo much! It will be five months this month since you left us. I miss you so much and think about you all the time. They say as time goes by it gets easier when you loose someone but I just don't see how it will. I can't wait to see you again. I just wish I would of got to see you just one last time, I had so much I wanted to say. I am sorry for not being there the last year of your life. I hope you know that Janet and I worked things out, I wanted to tell you but didn't get to. I know you said you wished we would and I hope you knew we did. It is so hard to believe we can't just call you anymore. I love you Patsy with all my heart!

Sean Irvin
   Posted Tue November 25, 2008
Well, in two days will be the first Thanksgiving without you here. I have always had a hard time with holidays and could care less if they never existed at all. Janet and I was talking at the resturant tonight and thinking of having a big Thanksgiving meal is meaningless without you here. I know that we are to get along with our lives but between the loss of you and my father, life is just not the same. I, too, think about you everyday and will continue to miss you until the Lord calls us home.

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