Patricia (Patti) Helen Ham, 76, of Lawrenceville, GA, passed away on June 7, 2019. Patti was born August 17, 1942 in Detroit, Michigan, to the late Kenneth and Dorothy Anderson, and was raised in Long Beach, California. Patti is survived by her husband Glen E. Ham, Sr.; children: Michael Ham (Misty Ham), Dori Bellina (Greg Bellina), and Glen E. Ham, Jr. (Carmen Ham); sisters: Barbara Beam, Charlene Panter, Susan Anderson; grandchildren: Chris Wood, Courtney Cipar, Hannah Franklin and Amanda Bellina; Michael Ham, Matthew Ham, Marissa Ham, Jacob Ham, Josh Ham, Jessica Ham; great-grandchildren: Neveah J. Armstrong, Hazel M. Cipar, Thayer S. Cipar and Mary Helen Ham. Patti was a homemaker, devoted to taking care of the ones she loved so much. Outside of loving on her grandchildren, she surrounded herself with her beloved pets and her passion for crocheting. There are many babies who were snuggled first in a beautiful crochet blanket or adult friends and family who enjoyed the gift of a crochet blanket, hat, or slippers all made with love. Patti was loved by friends and family for her smile, her enthusiasm for life and her giving spirit. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Planned PEThood of Georgia, 2860 Buford Hwy Duluth, GA 30096, or to the Gwinnett County Animal Welfare, 884 Winder Highway Lawrenceville, GA 30046.

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  1. My prayers to your family. May you watch from above and know you were very cherished and loved.

  2. We are sustained by hope and our belief in miracles. With love and smpathy from Ann, David and Davy

  3. You were so loved, dear, dear Patti. I think of you daily whenever snuggling in one of your beautifully crocheted afghans, and recall so often our many walks with Buddy & Scrappy, and the countless homemade meals you shared across the breezeway. Rest, dear friend.

  4. I will always remember her smile and the way she always made things so much fun when I was a kid visiting them. She was such a beautiful person inside and out. She will be missed greatly and our family is in my thoughts.

  5. Mom- im not sure how I will make it without you!! I will miss our daily chats, I will miss your beautiful smile and you reminding me to see the good in everyone, but knowing you are at peace and up in Heaven with Grandma Dorothy and our Lord and Savior lessons the pain slightly! I promise I wont cry forever!! Miss and love you always!! Tootles 🙂 xoxoxoxox

  6. Patti. I was so happy to meet you during Dori’s and Greg’s reception. I also am a proud owner of some of your beautiful crochet items. Rest In Peace. You will he missed.

  7. John 14:1 says, ” Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me.”

    Mach 1 is praying for you and your family to be strengthen in this time bereavement.

  8. Im going to miss visiting grandma all the time, and talking with her. Im going to miss the blankets she used to knit for me and the stories you used to tell me. Fly high grandma.

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