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Lillian Juanita Patty

September 26, 1930 - February 20, 2021

Service Date February 24, 2021

The family and friends will meet at the cemetery for a graveside funeral services will be held at 12:00 Noon Wednesday February 24, 2021 at Zion Chapel Cemetery 3334 Zion Chapel Road Louisville with Pastor Jim Malone officiating. Due to COVID-19 there will be no receiving line. Family and friends may call at their convenience until 7:00 P.M. Tuesday February 23, 2021 at Memorial Funeral Home 1102 Big Springs Road Maryville, TN 37801. In lieu of flowers please make donations to Louisville Christian Assistance Center P.O. Box 354 Louisville, TN 37777.

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Lillian “Juanita” Patty went to her Heavenly home Saturday February 20, 2021 after declining health over the past year. She was born September 26, 1930 in Friendsville, TN and was preceded in death by her Parents: Herbert and Bertha (French) Hunt, Siblings: Keith, and Harold Hunt, Lucile Williams, Myrtle Miller McKnight, Her beloved Husband: Thomas Patty, Son: Donnie Patty, Daughter in law: Connie Patty, Son in law: Eddie Reagan, and Granddaughter: Jennifer Ellis. Left to mourn her passing are her Son: Eddie Patty, and Daughter: Rose Reagan and her fiancé Larry Justus, Son of the heart: Bill Union and Bonnie, Grandchildren: Carrie Stillwell, Brandon Patty, Travis and Stacey Reagan, Tony and Dawn Reagan, Joe (Wilma), and Dan (Tanja) Reagan, Great Granddaughters: Mindy, Cora, and Callie Reagan, She also leaves behind her beloved Brother: Glen Hunt, and Niece: Pam Pointon and husband Bugs, Brother: Don Hunt, sister in law: Jan Hunt, her Zion Chapel Baptist Church family in Louisville where she was one of the oldest members. She was also a Foothills Mall Walker before her health declined, logging over 15,000 miles in a 14-years span. In lieu of flowers please make donations to Louisville Christian Assistance Center P.O. Box 354 Louisville, TN 37777.

The family would like to thank Dr. Mark Green and his staff for the love and excellent care given to her while in their care for the past 31 years, and to the 5 North nurses who loved on our sweet Momma while we not allowed to be with her. Bringing her home to be with family in her final hours were her wishes and we thank you for working so diligently to make it happen for her.