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Patsy Lynn "Pat" Sloan

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Patsy Lynn "Pat" Sloan Obituary
Patsy Lynn "Pat" Sloan

Farragut, TN

Patsy Lynn "Pat" Marguerat Sloan, 65, of Farragut, passed away on July 10, 2018 in Knoxville. Pat was born in Oak Ridge, TN to Elbert & Peggy Marguerat on December 12, 1952. She graduated from Farragut High School in 1970 and Carson-Newman College in 1974. She married Richard Sloan on June 8, 1974 in Farragut, TN. She worked as a Recreation Manager for the City of Oak Ridge Parks & Recreation for 27 years. She spent over 30 years volunteering for the Town of Farragut in many capacities including Chairing the Parks and Athletics Committee. Pat's love of recreation started at Camp Ba-Yo-Ca, where she spent her teenage years as a counselor and Lifeguard. She later went on to work at Camp Lookup, where she met her husband Richard. Pat was blessed to live her passion everyday while working for the City of Oak Ridge, where she created camps and events for children and adults alike. Pat is preceded in death by her husband Richard, Brother Randy Marguerat, Sister Nancy Nelson, and Father Elbert Marguerat. Pat is survived by her children: son Stephen Sloan (Emile), daughter Laura Rupe (Mike), son Michael Sloan; brothers Mike Marguerat (Mary Beth), Al Marguerat (Kim); Sisters-in-law Marie Marguerat and Sandra Anderson (Tony); mother, Peggy Marguerat; grandchildren Drew, Cooper and Molly Sloan; as well as a host of nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held 4pm Saturday at First Baptist Concord Chapel with Rev. Steve Peek, officiating. Family will receive friends immediately following the service. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to Camp Ba-Yo-Ca. The family of Pat Sloan wishes to extend our sincere thanks to Tennessee Cancer Specialist, Westmoreland Health and Rehab, and FB Concord Stephens Ministry.
Published in Knoxville News Sentinel on July 13, 2018
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