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Patricia Davis Vinson - Obituary





Patricia Davis Vinson age 55 died Friday, May 09, 2014 at Baptist Memorial Hospital, Columbus. Services will be held Monday, May 12, 2014 at 2:00 PM at Memorial Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Granville Wiggins and Rev. Walter Butler officiating, burial will follow at Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Visitation will be held Monday at the funeral home from 12:00 noon until service time.

 

Pat was born on Saturday, September 06, 1958 in Aberdeen, MS to the late Wilford Eugene Davis and Ellen Adair Davis. She was a member of First Baptist Church, Columbus and an employee of Baptist Memorial Hospital, Columbus, as a Certified First Assistant. She was a member of the Mississippi Chapter of the Tennessee Walking Horse Association, and long time customer of Abernathy Stables. She maintained an open door policy at her home, taking care of anyone in need. In addition to her father, she was preceded by her soul mate, and the love of her life Dr. Thomas Lynn Vinson.

 

Survivors include:

One Daughter:

Whitney Allen, Oxford, MS

 

Three Sons:

Paul Hawkins (Katelyn), Hoover, AL

Tony Hawkins (Ally), Denver, CO

Corey Vinson, Oxford, MS

 

Mother:

Ellen A.  Davis, Aberdeen, MS

 

Four Sisters:

Kathy Elliott (Gary), Oxford, MS

Ann Jourdan (Larry), Brooksville, MS

Nancy Duke (Phillip), Aberdeen, MS

Mary Tillman (Marty), Hamilton, MS

 

One Brother:

Johnny Davis (Tina), Hamilton, MS

 

5 Grandchildren

 

The Pallbearers will be:

David Shepherd, Bill Dorrah, Davis Hankins, Phil Duke, Paul Hawkins, and Tony Hawkins,

 

The Honorary Pallbearer will be:

Johnny Davis

 

In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to:

Palmer Home for Children

P.O. Box 746

Columbus, MS 39703

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