December 28, 1954 ~ June 8, 2020

Born in: Gallipolis, Ohio
Resided in: Calhoun, Ga

Patricia T. Wynn, 65, died June 8 after a 2-year fight against cancer. She was chief lactation consultant for Floyd Medical Center, Rome, Georgia, from 2014 to 2017. Previously, she was a labor and delivery nurse at Gordon Hospital, Calhoun, for ten years. She was a member of The Church on the Hill in Dalton.

She is survived by her husband of 42 years, Richard E. Wynn, of Calhoun, and three sons: Carl Westin Wynn, of Omaha, Nebraska; Matthew B. Wynn and wife Brittany, of Knoxville, Tennessee; and Alexander I.M. Wynn, of Calhoun, as well as two sisters; Bernice Sarver, of The Villages, Florida; and Sharon Roush, of Racine, Ohio.

Interment will be at Bethesda (Methodist) Church in Gwinnett County. In light of covid-19 crowd restrictions, only a small graveside service will be held, at a date yet to be determined.

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  1. Sue Lewis, RN IBCLC
    I was so sorry to hear about Pat. I worked with her for years at Gordon and actually stole her away to work with me at Floyd. I have lots if fond memories of the times we worked together.

  2. Pat was a dear friend. We will miss her. We enjoyed going out to eat and going to the Desoto Theatre afterwards.
    We appreciated the hard work of the cast as they performed for the audience.
    We enjoyed going to the tea rooms and enjoying a light lunches and sometimes we visited antique stores.
    We enjoyed being together. We laughed and talked and reminisce on our last visit.
    I will treasure that last visit. What great memories! She was a fighter!
    Edna Wright

  3. Pat was a dear friend. We will miss her dearly. We enjoyed going to out to eat and going to the Desoto Theatre
    and watched some great shows. We went to the tea houses with our dear friend Vickie and sometimes we went to the
    the antique stores. Pat enjoyed life. She was a fighter.
    I will treasure our last visit. WE talked and we laughed as we reminisce.
    I thank God for Pat coming into our lives about 17 years ago.
    Edna Wright

  4. CandleImagePat will be missed. I’ve enjoyed out talks. Loved seeing her smile. Prayers and Love sent to you all.

  5. CandleImageSteve and I are so sad. We loved and looked forward to seeing Pat. She was a fun intellectual that was always outgoing. Prayers for your family, Richard and prayers for her sisters. She was loved.

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