Patsy Wyatt Allen

March 4, 1934 - May 5, 2023
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Piedmont Park Baptist Church
801 Piedmont Park Road
Greenville, South Carolina 29609
(864) 244-4128 | Map
Wednesday 5/10, 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
Piedmont Park Baptist Church
801 Piedmont Park Road
Greenville, South Carolina 29609
(864) 244-4128 | Map
Wednesday 5/10, 1:30 pm
Graceland Cemetery West
4814 White Horse Road
Greenville, SC 29611
Wednesday 5/10

Patsy Wyatt Allen, 89, of Greenville, beloved wife of the late James Harold Allen, passed away Friday, May 5, 2023. Born in Greenville, SC, she was the daughter of the late Ted and Etta Norris Wyatt. Patsy was a longtime member of Piedmont Park Baptist Church. She served her Lord by singing in the choir,Continue Reading

Cecil Callahan left a message on May 9, 2023:
My condolences to Frances, Robert and the Allen family. I have known Mrs Allen for over 55 years, since I was ten years old. David was my best friend. I spent a lot of time at the Allen house as a kid. She was always very kind to me. She treated me like family. I know she was extremely committed to her church, Piedmont Park and her lord and savior Jesus Christ. She was a dedicated servant. I don’t think I ever remember her missing any church functions during those times. Since I spent a lot of time at the Allen house she always fed me. She was a great cook and I remember eating hamburgers for the first time with steamed buns. She made them every Saturday. Awesome to think that she has seen the face of her lord and savior and has been reunited with David and her Husband, Harold. Prayers for the Allen family and I am sure she will live in your many memories just like she will in mine. God Bless, Cecil Callahan
Diane Atkins left a message on May 7, 2023:
We will all miss Patsy, but I know that she is rejoicing in heaven. Patsy was such a kind lady with a heart of gold. She was very faithful to PPBC. She helped prepare meals, sent cards, and helped with Kids' days at the church. She was a faithful member of the Red Hats, the PPBC choir, and the Mission Link group. She made hats for cancer patients. I remember one time I was telling her that I got cold during my outside duty at school. Patsy made me a hat so that I would stay warm. She was thoughtful. My thoughts and prayers are with her family
Bobby Sellars and Trina left a message on May 6, 2023:
To a very sweet and kind lady I enjoyed singing with her in Choir.She always took care of Ricky at Wednesday night suppers. We ? her so much.
Bobby Sellars left a message on May 6, 2023:
To one of the sweetest lady I knew .{ miss Queen Elizabeth.I she walking the streets of the streets of Gold.That was my nickname for this precious Lady.
Steve Hand left a message on May 6, 2023:
Very sad news to hear of her passing. She knew me my entire life from a blonde headed little boy to a silver haired retiree. She was always nice to me. Whether I was playing in their yard with David as a young child or seeing me at church escorting my elderly mother. She loved the Lord so much and was a very dedicated servant. She was equally proud of her entire family and loved them dearly. She now is free of pain in the arms of dear savior for eternity. My deepest heartfelt sympathy and condolences to the family. May you follow her pathway of faithful service and trust in the Lord. Memories will provide comfort during this difficult time and in the future. God bless each of you.
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