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Patricia Carlisle

Patricia Carlisle

Friday, January 29th, 1954 - Thursday, December 26th, 2019
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Patricia Ann Carlisle, 65, of Purvis, passed away on December 26, 2019, at Forrest General Hospital. She was born on January 29, 1954, to Roy Hassell and Dorothea “Dimple” Hassell Jordan in Long Beach, MS.

Patricia is preceded in death by her parents; one brother, Richard Hassell; grandmother, Audrey Smith. She is survived by her husband, Jasper Carlisle; two children, Caitlin Whitfield and Cole Carlisle; one sister, Audrey Freeman.

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Noelle Bixler

Posted at 08:17am
I'm so sorry to hear about Aunt Patty....(even though her and Aunt Audrey are not my aunts, but cousins. Not really sure how "aunt" came about.) Your mom was a silly lady with an infectious laugh. I was young when I saw her last. I remember Dimples well... my great grandmother (Gramyrt) lived next door. Great memories of your family! Your mom is up there with my mom (Lynne) and my mom's twin sister (Sherry). Aunt Patty is now at peace and celebrating all those have passed before her. I dont know you, but we are family. 💕 You and your family, along with Aunt Audrey are in my thoughts and prayers. God bless.

Noelle Lee Bixler

Deborah Amador

Posted at 12:23am
Patty, little did we know whenever you brought your 6 week old twins over for childcare that would form a bond for a lifetime. Patty, Jay, Caitlin and Cole you will always be family. Your mom was such a strong and independent woman. she always made time for her friends. Her smile was contagious. Patty, you had a beautiful heart and soul. You gained your Angel wings. You will be missed but never forgotten. We love you. The Kilsby Family.

Travis Koop

Posted at 08:40pm
I have so many fond memories of Patti that make me double over in laughter when I think back to them because if you don’t have a memory of her that makes you smile then you didn’t know her. One of the most special memories I have of her was more serious though. When I was 18 I was excited about joining the military but I was a little nervous too. She let me have my going away party at her house and I remember sitting at her dining room table talking about leaving and how much I was going to miss my family and friends and she told me how proud she was of me and how what I was doing was going to be an adventure and how much better my life was going to be. She made me smile and that was something she was always great at. I loved Patti so much and I’m going to miss her more than anything.

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