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Patricia Ann Dye
October 10, 1966 ~ January 8, 2024 (age 57) 57 Years Old
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Patricia (Pat) Ann Dye passed away on the morning of January 8th 2024, with her loved ones beside her after a long battle with kidney failure.
Pat was born in Marion, OH on October 10th 1966, as the middle child along with her siblings Gary Campbell, Larry Campbell, Brenda Brooks, Carolyn Granlee, Deloris Campbell, Gloria Combs.
She is survived by her 3 kids Crystal Dye, Shawn Dye, Alan (Trisha) Dye Jr, her grandkids Branden Dye, Felicity Bussey, Teikya Guerrerro, Coby Dye, Koltin Dye, Joseph Dye, Owen Dye and her great granddaughter Faith Dye. Her nieces Heather Layne, Tiffany Layne, Brittany Freeman, Sheena Bowen, Sheila Campbell, Annette Wren, Shandy Wren, Suzi Granlee and nephews Trey Black, Brian Granlee, Greg Meade Jr, Brad Meade.
Preceded in death by her Mother Gloria Graham(Friley), Father Joseph Brooks, Sisters Brenda Brooks, Carolyn Campbell, Brothers Gary Campbell, Larry Campbell, Niece Gina Wren.
She had a lot of family and friends that will miss her but never forget her. She was always laughing and putting smiles on everyone’s faces no matter what. She was so nice to everyone even strangers, but she would always be blunt with you about everything. She was the person you could count on for anything. She will be dearly missed forever loved.
Family and Friends may gather at Edwards Funeral Service Friday January the 19th, 10 am - 12 pm. with grave side to follow at the Grand Prairie Cemetery and Monuments