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Patricia Anne Chambers

December 18, 1947 May 7, 2018
Patricia Anne Chambers
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Patricia Anne Chambers
December 18, 1947 – May 7, 2018
Patricia married Ronny Fayne Chambers on June 12, 1965. They were married just shy of fifty years before his death in March of 2015. They had three children: Tammy Denise Noles who married Wallace Keith Noles, Ronny Fayne Chambers II who married Christie Ann Chambers and Cindy Anne Benefield who married Scott Kevin Benefield.
Patricia had ten grandchildren: Dustin Noles, Brandy Moore, Kristin Olds, Ashley Wieck, Brittney Benefield, Chase Swafford, Daniel Benefield, Cordero Chambers, Aaron Chambers, Zach Benefield Patricia also had eight great grandchildren.
Patricia was greatly treasured, honored, and loved by her late husband, Ronny, her late in-laws, Ross and Gladys Chambers, and her surviving sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Harvie Belle and Fred Traylor, as well as her surviving children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Patricia was a true Southern Belle, known for her grace and elegance. She had a beautiful alto singing voice and played the piano skillfully. She was very diverse and talented. She could do anything from running a chainsaw to sewing a complicated pattern. She was a fearless, 5ft. 2 in., 95 lb. sack of dynamite and if you messed with her Ronny or her kids, you would have wished you hadn’t.
She loved watching John Hagee, old westerns, and Coal Miner’s Daughter. She loved Willie Nelson, Vestal Goodman and the Gaither Homecoming Videos. The only place she ever wanted to go out to eat was Captain D’s or Zaxby’s and even then, it was only through the drive thru.
She had a heart full of compassion and love. She enjoyed helping people whenever she could. She was no stranger to hard work. She worked two jobs many times through the years. She worked until an auto accident rendered her disabled in 1990. Patricia endured many hardships both physical and mental, but she persevered and overcome; all the while maintaining her dignity and character. Even through her painful physical disability, she still made sure to keep in touch with others through daily phone calls. She never stopped telling others about Jesus, the One who reached down, saved her soul and gave her hope during her hopelessness. She wanted others to know that she fully believed John 3:16, “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life” (KJV).
She was fiercely independent even after her health deteriorated to the point she could no longer live alone. She agreed to move in with her daughter, Tammy, and son-in-law, Keith, who took care of all her needs while still letting her make her own decisions and maintain her dignity.
In accordance with Patricia’s wishes, her body was cremated and a private family memorial service will be held. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at or the Wounded Warrior Project at Messages of condolences may be sent to the family at Martin & Hightower Heritage Chapel of Carrollton who has charge of the arrangements.

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