Patricia M. Meadors

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A graveside memorial service for Patricia M. Meadors, 72, will be Sunday, March 8, 2015 at 2 p.m. at the Jacksonville City Cemetery with the Rev. Winfred Logan officiating. Ms. Meadors died Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at her residence. She is survived by two daughters, Diana (Roger) Thomas, of Marion, Ill. and Paula Meadors, of Anniston; two grandchildren, Zachary and Corey Caldwell; one great grandchild, Jacey Caldwell; one sister; two brothers, Michael (Cathy) McGowan, of Fairbanks, Alaska and Thomas Parker, Big Rapids, Mich.; several nieces and nephews. Ms. Meadors retired from Fort McClellan in 1999 after 22 years of service. She was a military wife for 24 years and had the opportunity to live in Rangoon, Burma and Iwakuni, Japan. Ms. Meadors was avid in community service, working for the Red Cross for two years, volunteering with Community Enabler, Family LINKS, RSVP, the Red Cross formerly of Jacksonville and the Jacksonville Chapter of the Lions Club. She was currently volunteering for the League of Animal Welfare in Anniston. Ms. Meadors was a huge animal lover and enjoyed taking care of her dogs, spoiling them and spending time with them. In her spare time she liked to read and also spend time with her family, to whom she was not only a mother, but a counselor and best friend. Ms. Meadors was preceded in death by her parents, COL G.J. McGowan and Earl Marrie Floyd Parker; one brother, Rick Parker. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the League of Animal Welfare, P.O. Box 2510, Anniston, AL 36201. Online condolences to the family at K. L. Brown Funeral Home and Cremation Center 322 Nisbet Street, N.W. Jacksonville, AL 36265
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K.L. Brown Funeral Home and Crematory
322 Nisbet Street NW
Jacksonville, AL 36265
(256) 435-7042
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Published in The Anniston Star on Mar. 6, 2015