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Patricia “Patzi” Smith

Patricia “Patzi” Smith, 66, of Largo, died June 12th. She came here in 1996 from Akron, Ohio. She was a Christian and supported the SPCA.  She is survived by her husband of 44 years, John L. Smith, her daughter Tammie Worrell, and her sister, “Doll” Aber, 3 grandchildren, Dustin, Hallie & Tianna and one great-grandson, Weston. Memorial services will be held in Akron. Contributions can be made in her memory to the SPCA. Friends are invited to share a memory on her guestbook.

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  • Dustin says:

    I Know you Are In A Better Place With No Pain Up There Playing With Socks. I will tell Weston all the great and crazy stories we have had and how much his Great Grandma loved him and let him play with his favorite toy your watch. We will make sure Gramps and Lulu is taken care of and reminisce on all the light you brought to the room every time you walked in.

    Weston, Samantha, Dustin

  • Kelli Gordon says:

    Mrs. Pat, you are missed very much and I just wished I had you in my life a lot longer to know you better !! The time I have gotten to be a part of your life was well worth it’s weight in gold !! I am soo glad that the time we shared and the talks we had sure did make me a lot better person and I know you have been very sick but at least you are free from pain !!! Please know we will help take care of John and LuLu and to often remember all the times we shared. I love you and will never ever be forgotten !! You will be missed greatly !!

  • Kim Strickland says:

    I’ll always remember what a great friend and neighbor you were to our family and our fun mini get-away trips. You brightened the lives of many and are simply unforgettable. Look out for us all! Love, Kim, Joe and Family

  • Judie Fox says:

    Well Patzi, I know you are looking down from a place of no discomfort ot pain. No Dr.visits and no hospital stays. I will miss our conversations on your porch and reminiscing about our past Red Hat Society adventures. I can look back on all the photos, but it will never be the same without you. You were my neighbor and my friend. Rest in Peace, I will miss you till we meet again.

  • Natalie Brasiel says:

    Aunt “Pepsi “I’m mean Patzi;

    You were my favorite; we shared many laughs and tears. I love you with all my heart . I know your free now and with Socks. I will always remember all the fun times we had at your house on the lake , me playing dress up in your clothes; you cutting my hair, and when I stayed with you in Florida. Thanks for watching me play golf and being a listening ear. I will listen to Eddie and the Heart Breakers thinking of you . Lots of love , Natalie

  • Loretta J Ostman says:

    To all who knew Patzi and John Smith…What a ride it has been from beginning to end! Aunt Patzi was so giving to my 2 sons and helped me with sewing and needlepoint projects. She made beautiful quilts for my sons. Many enjoyable pool parties and food banquets. Yum. Gone to soon. RIP now…free from the pain. God Bless you. Uncle John, I am so sorry for the hole in your heart… if you need anything I left my number on the card I gave you. I love you and take care of yourself. Loretta Smith Ostman

  • Laura Conrad says:

    You were beautiful inside and out. Sweet and funny, only great memories of you. 😘 love you.