Patricia Ann Carter

Sunrise: August 31, 1952

Sunset: September 21, 2020

Patricia Ann Carter passed away on September 21, 2020.

Viewing Sunday, September 27, 2020 12:00pm - 5:00pm Metropolitan Funeral Service 120 W. Berkley Avenue Norfolk, VA 23523 Service WATCH SERVICE LIVE ONLINE Monday, September 28, 2020 11:00am Metropolitan Funeral Service Berkley Chapel Interment Roosevelt Memorial Park 1101 Campostella Road Chesapeake, VA 23320 The family is following the CDC and State of Virginia guidelines for funeral attendance

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    Elder Jewell Corprew says

    To the Carter family may God continue to comfort and keep you in your time of sorrow. Know that God makes no mistakes, he saw a beautiful flower and pick it to carry home.

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    Evangelist Barbara Bradley says

    Patricia Carter was a sweet woman of God and a friend she was such a blessing to the seniors who attended Bibleway her home church as well as the children & teenagers we are going to miss her my friend but God knows best and we bow to his divine will to the Carter family, Joe, Angie, Lillian, JoAnn God is able to give you strength and keep you will continue to pray for you’ll

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    Joseph Patterson says

    For my lifetime you have loved me Aunt Patricia and for my lifetime I will forever cherish, honor, and love you Sweets. Rest In The Lord in whom we can all have peace.

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    Sis. Judy and Sis. Shelia says

    I know your hearts weep, as does ours, for the loss of your loved one, Sis. Pat. Be comforted in the knowledge of the word of God, “Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord”. Rev. 13:14

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    Evangelist Denese Moore and Family says

    Praise The Lord
    With heartfelt sympathy and love we send our condolence. Praying for your family’s continuing strength during this season in your lives. As you all lean on Christ, he is able to uphold the family in his loving arms of care.

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    George &Dorothy Drake says

    You are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.Praying you’ll be surrounded by God’s comforting love and filled with peace that only He can give. Sis. Carter was a very special lady. We loved her dearly and truly be miss. Dec.& Sis.G.Drake Family.

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    Veronica Corprew says

    May God bless and keep you in this time of sorrow. The Corprew family loved miss Pat, but God Loved her best.

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    Carlton Cox says

    To Joe, Angie, Lillian and Jo Ann, know that Patricia is in God’s presence. She was a tremendous woman of God ever since we grew up teenagers, then married a wonderful man and had three wonderful daughters. A great servant, wife, mother and cousin. She will be missed, but we have the great hope of seeing her again. Cherish the great memories. Carlton

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      Karla Bradley says

      Ms. Pat was kind and genuine. As a child, I remember her making the best fried chicken, sweet potato pies, and chocolate chip cookies at Bibleway. I am going to miss her. I will be praying for the Carter family.

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    Karen Hawes says

    To Joe, Angie, Lillian and JoAnn
    Patricia was always the beacon light that shined, and in life she strived for the perfection Jesus calls us to. Patricia’s life exemplified my father’s wish for all of us, to serve God with our whole heart. Uncle Clarence and Aunt Viola were always so proud of Patricia’s accomplishments and how she cared for the family. So as Patricia has gone in peace to be with her Heavenly Father, she is still beckoning us to continue the legacy of serving God with our whole heart because she is in the Presence of God. Much love, peace, and grace. May God strengthen you all with His banner of love and comfort.

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    Kenyana says

    Mrs. Pat you made an impact on my life; you were so kind and so precious. You always called me your “girlfriend” losing you really took a toll on me I love you Mrs. Pat.

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    Connie Jackson says

    Sister Carter was one of the spiritual ladies. She made you feel like family. She help people. We will miss her at Blbleway. Love her like family. Really going to miss her smile and her friendly voices.

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    Caril Neal says

    September 29,2020
    Missionary Carter was one of the sweetest missionary in the church. I will miss her a lot. She was very comforting and understanding to talk to when I began dialysis. Deepest sympathy to her family!

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