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Tony Lee Patterson

Funeral services for Tony Lee Patterson age 76, of Quitman, Texas will be held Saturday, January 11,2020 at Broad Street Church of Christ in Mineola. Tony was born on November 12, 1943 in Grand Prairie, Texas to Woodrow and Claudine Tolbert Patterson. After high school Tony attended Lubbock Christian College. After graduating from LCC he attended San Angelo State for a short time and then joined the Marines. He proudly fought for his country in Vietnam. After serving four years he returned to college at Sul Ross State University where he earned his MBA. Tony was a member of Broad Street Church of Christ. He served the Lord and practiced his faith on a daily basis. He loved his church family. Preceding Tony in death were his parents and sister Judy Goss. He is survived by sisters Nicki Wall and husband David from Colorado and Vicki Thompson and husband Bobby of Quitman. He was Uncle Tony to five nieces and two nephews and several great and great great nieces and nephews. He was loved and appreciated by his family.


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To The Family.
I knew Tony for many years, most closely when he was part of the congregation in Quitman. He was a true Christian at heart and in spirit if I ever met one. He loved the Lord's word and read the Scriptures diligently, more than anyone I ever knew preachers included. If you wanted to know something about some obscure person or event in the Old Testament all you had to do was ask Tony. He knew. I often told people if anyone in Quitman makes it to heaven, it will be Tony. I might add that he also walked more miles than anyone I ever knew, preachers included. We're told that "Enoch walked with God" and God took him. I truly believe that in his own way Tony walked with God also, every step of the way. I just wanted to let his family know that I had the utmost respect for him and his faith. I know I am not alone in that regard.

Gaylon Embrey Jan 11 2020 12:00 AM