Patricia Ann Clarke

October 5, 1938 to August 15, 2017

Patricia Ann Clarke, aged 78, died peacefully on August 15th, 2017 at home in La Mesa, California.  Pattie was born October 5th, 1938 in Memphis, Tennessee, the daughter of Ovid Alvah Bridgewater and Nettie Mae Montgomery.

Pattie thoroughly enjoyed karaoke, traveling, visiting with her children, grand children & great-grand children.  She won numerous awards as a karaoke singer and was also a karaoke hostess over the years in Memphis as well as San Diego.  Patsy Kline was her artist of choice.

Arriving in San Diego in 1957 Pattie would go on to raise 7 children.  Each having different stories, she played a major role in molding them into unique individuals.  Her legacy will continue.

In addition to raising her children Pattie earned her Bachelor’s degree, ran a successful hotel & restaurant business, and also owned & ran My Fair Lady, a weight loss salon.

Gardening, painting & writing were also some of Pattie’s favorite past times.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made in her name to the San Diego Humane Society or the American Heart Association.

There will be a Celebration of Life on Saturday, September 9th, 2017.  If you would like to attend please phone her daughter, Sabrina, at 619-990-5057 or email sabrina9000@hotmail.com for details.

“If I could save time in a bottle

The first thing that I’d like to do

Is to save every day till eternity passes away

Just to spend them with you”

Jim Croce – “Time In A Bottle”

Celebration of Life

  • Date: September 9, 2017
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I loved Grandma Pat very much. She was our adopted Grandma and made my boys feel special. She helped me and my youngest son Calvin through a difficult time. I had many long talks with Grandma Pat and she was so proud of her family. I know all about Sabrina and Julian's fish and chips restaurant and beautiful yard and dogs. I know how good Carrie is with computers and loves People magazine. I know how handy Joe is. I know how smart Rachel is at her job. How Jen and Michelle went to Chapman and UCLA. And of course my friend Natalie she loved you and your mom so very much. She talked nonstop about your kids and she bragged about all the things you did for her. Taking her places, visiting her and calling her. I just wanted you all to know during this difficult time that She was always always sharing stories about her family with me. She sure did love you!! With Love Katie (Natalie's friend)

Katie Hughes on September 01, 2017

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