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Patricia D. Hale
June 17, 1962 ~ October 14, 2023 (age 61) 61 Years Old
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Patricia Hale was born on June 17, 1962, in Trail Lake, Mississippi to the union of Albert and Thelma Hale. She departed this life on October14, 2023 into the arms of The Lord.
Patricia, the seventh of 11 children, moved to Cincinnati at the age of seven. She attended Windsor and South Avondale Elementary Schools. She graduated from Hughes High School in 1981 and continued her education at Antonelli College design school, where she majored in fashion. Patricia used her talent and education to design clothing for customers, make alterations and create pillows and draperies for the home.
She was blessed with a bright and happy spirit. Patricia, who was a devout Christian, was no stranger to praying and reading her Bible (she prayed for everything). She made sure her children went to church because she wanted them to know God. She was an angelic soul who was genuine, loving and full of life.
Patricia was also a wonderful dancer (she could even tap dance) and a lover of jazz and R&B music. She was fiercely devoted to her family and was a great sister, aunt and friend. But most of all, she was a great Mom, who always took great care of her children and was always there for them.
Patricia leaves to forever celebrate her memory her three sons, Eric (Christina), Richard (Tina) and Ronald; two grandchildren, JoVann and Honesty; two great-grandchildren; three sisters, Clarice, Brenda and Michelle; four brothers, Albert, Eugene, Darrell and Larry Hale. She will also be dearly missed by a host of nieces and nephews along with great and great-great nieces, nephews and a community of friends.
We know you are smiling down ... fly high my angel.