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Obituary for Patsy Ruth Harrington

Patsy Ruth  Harrington
Patsy Jacobs Harrington, age 83, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, March 18, 2020, at Vitas Inpatient Hospice in Shenandoah. She was born April 2, 1936 in Groveton, Texas to Joe Thomas Jacobs Sr. and Claudia Jackson Jacobs. She graduated from Jeff Davis High school and married Burny Eugene Harrington on October 1, 1955. He preceded her in death on May 3, 2012. Also preceded in death by her Parents above and Siblings: Betty Potter, Ruby Goad, Edna Yorek, Joe Thomas Jacobs Jr., Harold Jacobs, Claude Jacobs, JoAnn Jacobs who lived 2 days and 2 brothers stillborn. Sister-in-law’s Jeannie Jacobs and Jo Ann Jacobs.

Nephews Lloyd Jacobs, Robert Dale Jacobs, Micheal Goad and spouse Judy Goad.

Survived by brother Donald Jacobs and spouse Janet, sister Beatrice Rouse and spouse John. Sister-in-law’s Barbara Jacobs and Jo Ann Jacobs. Children: Donna Warren and spouse Nick, Dano Harrington and Dee Ann Harrington Laird. Grandchildren: Shelbea Combs and spouse Salah, Nick Warren II and spouse Melyssa, Asia Dillon and spouse Seth, Michelle Warren, James Warren and MacKenzie Gurka. Great Grandchildren: Callie, Levi, Isla, Olivia, Liam, Nick Warren III and twins Aravis and Everly.

Also a multitude of nieces, nephews, church family, loved ones and friends.



She was Beloved Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, Sister, Aunt and most everyone’s NuNu. As a devoted lifetime member of the Church of Christ she was loved and respected for her many gifts as a Christian. Her beautiful alto voice, her generous contributions in every way, including copious amounts of love, laughter and food at every gathering. She brought the same gifts with her everywhere she went. Nothing made her happier than coming together with family and friends. She was adventurous and loved hunting, fishing and camping. Her talents were numerous. She was an extremely accomplished artist and seamstress. She was a multiple business owner, investor and the ultimate philanthropist, always seeking to promote the welfare of others. She broke barriers. She was among the first women to become a rural carrier with the Post Office, and back in those days, her husband, with both humor and pride, loved to tell people he was married to the mailman! She moved up through the ranks from Carrier to Officer in Charge to Acting Postmaster before retiring after 25 years. But she was no where near retirement. She worked for a Tax Service as well as helping so many others with theirs, pro bono. She worked for several Senior Centers and no one could throw better parties or activities. She worked for the Funeral Home and so many praised her for going above and beyond for their families. To say that she was “One Of A Kind” is to speak the truth.