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Patsy Ann Lenoir June 19, 1973 - March 30, 2018

Ms. Patsy Ann Lenoir, 44, of Horn Lake, MS, passed away Friday, March 30, 2018 at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Desoto, located in Southaven, MS. She was born in Paris, TX to Arthur Griffen Lenoir and Tina Louise Blunt Lenoir. Patsy had such a joyous and curious soul, no matter where she went people automatically fell in love with her spirit and personality. She enjoyed watching all sports, especially football, basketball, and baseball. Her favorite teams were the Dallas Cowboys, the San Antonio Spurs, the Texas Rangers, and the Dallas Mavericks. She also enjoyed watching gameshows during the evening with her Uncle Carol, such as Wheel of Fortune and the Price Is Right. Patsy loved to sing old gospel songs that her mother and aunt had taught her when she was younger. You could often find her sitting on the back porch singing her heart out for the Lord. She attended Millcreek school and loved meeting new people and spending time with her friends. Above all else, she loved and adored her family, simply being around them brightened her day. Patsy left a huge imprint on this world and will be missed by each and every person she came in contact with.

Patsy leaves behind her aunt and uncle, Pat and Carrol Rhodes of Horn Lake; cousins, Myra Vinson (Steve) of Southaven, MS, Nancy Ferguson (Jim) of Southaven, Susan Clements (Brad) of Southaven, Cody Vinson (Whitney Spain) of Southaven, Grace Anne Ferguson of Southaven, Molly Beth Ferguson of Southaven, Jay Ferguson of Southaven, Abigail Ozburn (Zach) of Southaven, Allison Clements of Hernando, MS, and Andrew Clements of Hernando. Patsy also leaves behind a host of loving friends and other family.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Arthur Griffen and Tina Louise Lenoir; and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.V. Blunt.

A celebration of life will be held Monday, April 2, 2018, from 6:00 P.M.-7:00 P.M. at Twin Oaks Funeral Home (290 Goodman Rd E; Southaven, MS 38671). A private interment will be at Twin Oaks Memorial Gardens at a later time.

Arrangements made by Twin Oaks Funeral Home (662) 349-9720.


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    Jennifer says

    I am so sorry to hear of the your loss. Death is truly an enemy. (1 Cor 15:26) However, this verse contains the hope that we all look forward to when this enemy “will be brought to nothing.” Until that time, be assured that your pain is shared by many, including God, who makes the promise to “swallow up death forver”. May this hope comfort you in your time of grief.

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    Charise says

    My deepest condolences to the family.
    May God and his word bring you comfort during this time.
    Revelation 21:4 …and Death will be no more

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