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Patty Suzanne Elliott

2019-12-22

Patty Elliott, 61, of Fernandina Beach passed away Friday, December 20, 2019 at her home.

Patty was born in Jacksonville and was a daughter of Nancy Richardson Graham and the late John M. Elliott.

Patty moved to Fernandina Beach while in elementary school and had lived here since then. Graduating from Fernandina Beach High School she then attended Valdosta State College (now University) and received her Bachelor�s degree in social work.

She retired after 30 years of employment with the State of Florida Department of Juvenile Justice where she worked with youth who were challenged in their life. Patty�s kind and compassionate way with others greatly helped her to do her job. While she devoted much of her life to her work, Patty did love animals rescued many in her life time.

In addition to her father she was also predeceased by her step-father, Thomas Graham.

She leaves behind her mother, Nancy Graham of Fernandina Beach; her siblings, Barbara Lam and her husband, Bing, of Lovettsville, VA and John Scott Elliott of Jacksonville; her nieces and nephews, Jeffrey, Zachary, Ashley and Stuart as well as several other extended family members.

Services to remember Patty�s life will be held Friday, December 27, 2019 in the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors beginning at 10:00 AM.

She will be laid to rest at Bosque Bello Cemetery at a later date.

The family asks that donations be made, in her memory, to Cats Angels, P. O. Box 16072, Fernandina Beach, FL 32035.

Memories

JONI REID December 22, 2019
So sorry to learn of the passing of Patty. She was big hearted and compassionate. I loved to watch her face turn red when she was embarrassed.
Rest in peace Patty

DEBORAH WYLIE THORNTON December 22, 2019
I sorry to learn of Patty�s passing. Although I have not been connected with Patty in many years, I have often reflected on our friendship , time spent together and kindness of Tommy and Mrs. Graham. RIP Patty.

LAURYE RAY December 22, 2019
This truly saddens me. I just saw and spoke with her and her mom a couple weeks ago. We grew up next door neighbors. God bless her family.

DALE DEONAS December 22, 2019
Patty, we had some funny and crazy Times together. My heart breaks to think I she has checked out of hotel earth.. you will be missed.

PADRICK A. PINKNEY December 22, 2019
Patty and I were classmates and worked together for HRS right after we graduated from college. She was always sweet and kind. My condolences to the family and may God sustain you during this difficult time.

PAT MIDDLETON December 23, 2019
Patty was a sweet girl. Keeping the family in my thoughts and prayers.

STEVE SIMPSON December 24, 2019
I worked with Patty years ago at DJJ . She was a caring and compassionate person. She will be missed by all who knew her.RIP old friend.

PATTY ARSENAULT December 25, 2019
I graduated with Paty she never said an unkind word about anyone. She never met a stranger. You could talk to her like you had known her all her life when we were in school. Rest in peace you will be missed. Prayers to the famiky

BOB MCCALL December 25, 2019
Very sorry to hear of this unexpected loss. I have many fond memories of growing up with Patty and her two siblings. She will be missed by all.

MARK HOGAN December 30, 2019
I am very saddened by this news. Patty was one of the nicest girls in school I loved her laughter. When I hear the song �Tiny Dancer�, I will remember you.

SANDY SULLIVAN January 29, 2020
Patty was my cousin and I will never forget how much fun we used to have together as kids. We would talk for hours during sleepovers and laugh until we cried over and over again. She was a joy to be around and a wonderful cousin to grow up with. As a young girl, I used to always look up to her as she was four years older and wiser. She was an awesome role model. May memories comfort us in this time of sorrow.