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On December 21, 1942, an Earth Angel, Patricia Peters Pierce (known by family, friends and loved ones as “Patti,” Patti P,” “3P,” and “Woo Woo”) was born. On Dec. 12, 2017, with loved ones gathered around, she peacefully passed away. At exactly 1 p.m., on a chilly and overcast day in Nashville Tenn., God provided a ray of sunshine directly across her face telling her that He, along with Reverend Jay Pierce (“Putt”), her loving husband of 47 years who died two weeks earlier, and her other loved ones and friends, were ready for her to join them. God knew that Patti and Jay could not live without each other. It is a true love story. Patti lived life the way life should be lived. She was beautiful, spiritual, funny, loving and kind. She brought joy to everyone with whom she crossed paths. Since her passing, hundreds of people have reached out and said that Patti was absolutely the sweetest and nicest person they had ever met. Despite the extreme sadness and feeling of loss, we may find comfort in knowing that Heaven has received a Perfect Angel. Patti’s spirit will continue to live through us and may we all strive, in life, to be more like her. Patti had a wonderful sister (Marion) and brother (Jack). Patti is survived by her beloved children Holly (Joel) Kirsh, Matthew (Rogena) Henderson, Stacey Pierce (Jim) Nickle and Piper (Patrick) Croston along with her cherished grandchildren: Trevor, Olivia, and Harrison (Kirsh); Matthew, Maria and Isaac (Henderson); Julia and Emma (Nickle), Sophia Adler and Chad Bodkin who loved their “Woo Woo” so dearly. Rest in eternal peace now Patti. We will miss you. A dual celebration service for Patti and Jay will be held at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Versailles on Dec. 27, 2017 at 2 p.m.. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Alzheimer’s Association, P.O. Box 96011, Washington, D.C. 20090-6011 or online at www.alz.org, or to your favorite charity in Patti‘s name. (Paid obituary)

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