Patricia-Berry-Obituary

Patricia Ann Berry

McGaheysville, Virginia

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Kyger Funeral Home, Inc. Obituary

Patricia Ann Berry, 59, of McGaheysville, went to be with the Lord Friday October 27, 2017.  She was born December 14, 1957, in Harrisonburg and was the daughter of the late Lewis Olden and Hilda Marie Berry .In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a sister, Hazel...

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Doug,
We truly hope this finds you well and holding up over the loss of your beloved sister, Pat. We are reminded of the Bible passage that says "Blessed are those that mourn for they shall be comforted." We pray that you find that comfort and that your faith will guide you during this difficult time ...prayers

Doug,Francis and Family: You all are in my sincerest thoughts and prayers. I am comforted in believing that Pat now is experiencing the joy of being with Our Saviour and the beauty of heaven. Heaven looks sweeter all the time and I look forward to the day when we can be reunited with not only Pat but all our loved ones. Love you all. Your cousin Carla.

Deepest sympathies to the family..She will be missed. Connie

Sympathies to the family of Pat...she was always smiling when you went to the nursing home...She will be missed..
Alvin & Vickie

Sympathies to the family of Pat...she was always smiling when you went to the nursing home...She will be missed..
Alvin & Vickie

Sympathies to the family of Pat...she was always smiling when you went to the nursing home...She will be missed..
Alvin & Vickie

Francis, Douglas and families, so sorry to hear of Pats passing. I remember our younger days so vividly. Time is likened to a vapor. Hold on to all the memories and know that we have the hope of rejoining our loved ones and friends. Will pray for you and your families that you can receive comfort in in His word

I will miss you and the many laughs we shared.

PAT. . . You know that I Loved you. And I'm really going to miss you. No more suffering and pain now. You look for me when it is my time to cross over, because I'm looking forward to that great reunion with you, Dad, Mom and Hazel and all of my friends and family that are there. I've got more to go to Heaven for than I had yesterday. Until then, my life will go on singing, Until then I will carry on, Until the day my eyes behold that city. Until the day God calls me home. Rest in Peace my...