Patricia Jo Millholland

Born in Nashville, TN on November 17, 1938

Departed on December 12, 2011 and resided in Hendersonville, TN

Click on the links above for maps and directions. View current weather.

MILLHOLLAND Patricia Jo Age 73, died unexpectedly following a brief illness on Monday, December 12, 2011. She was a beloved daughter, mother and nana. Her greatest joy was family. Born October 17, 1938 in Nashville, Pat was a graduate of Isaac Litton High School. She worked at the Metro Nashville Police Department and retired from Allstate Insurance Company. She was preceded in death by her mother, Sarah Rogers Lane. She is survived by her father, Ed Lane of Hendersonville; daughters Debbie Ron Redding of LaVergne, Terri Lamar Raley of Franklin and Tara Erik Lang of White House; Grandchildren, Michele Joshua Mitchell of Nashville, Michael Tracey Dean of Bowling Green, Killian Lang, Aidan Lang and Delaney Lang of White House. Great-granddaughter, Audrey Dean of Bowling Green. Brother, Ronald Sandra Francis of Nashville. A Life Celebration will be held 11am Saturday December 17, 2011 at Hendersonville Funeral Home. Visitation will be 4pm – 8pm Friday; 10 am – 11am Saturday. Memorials may be made to the Church at Indian Lake in Hendersonville. HENDERSONVILLE FUNERAL HOME 353 JOHNNY CASH PKWY, HENDERSONVILLE, TN 37075 615-824-3855 www.hendersonvillefh.com

6 Comments to Patricia Jo Millholland

  1. Michael says:

    It’s going to be challenging to continue life without you with here.

    Just as SaSa took so much pride in making me cakes for my birthday, every year…you did the same, always greeting me with ham dip cause you knew I loved it so much.

    I remember spending many late January super bowl parties at your homes. Those parties were the best, and I never really cared for the football part of it all, just the time we all had together as a family.

    Thanksgiving, mothers’s day, and Christmas just lost a bit of it’s meaning without you being with us.

    As we all enter into the unknown of what it’s like to not have you around, we will still keep you with us.

    I love you Granny and will miss you terribly. I will always make sure to talk to Audrey about you so she always knows how much her NaNa loved her and how great of a woman her NaNa was. I just wish she could’ve had more time with you.

  2. Debbie says:

    Mom~

    I miss you. I keep thinking this is a bad dream. I never thought we would lose you so soon. I will always cherish the times we had but will grieve for what we will miss together.
    Holidays will be difficult. I can’t even think about Mother’s Day or Tara’s 40th birthday.

    We weren’t perfect daughters, but you knew we loved you. I know you were proud of us. I will do my best to watch over my sisters. Thank God I have them.

    I love you and will see you again one day.

  3. Judy Brown Gilbert says:

    To Ronnie and Sandra Francis and Family, My heartfelt sympathy is extended to you in the loss of Pat. I enjoyed knowing and working with Pat at Youth Services. She always had a smile. She was a special person to know. My sincere sympathy, Judy Brown Gilbert

  4. Evan & Margo Graham says:

    Just wanted you to know our thoughts & prayers are with you. Patsy was a great lady. She will be missed by all who knew her.

  5. Ashley says:

    Ms. Pat, I only knew you for a short period, but you made me so happy. I am proud to have known you and your wonderful family, and I know you are watching over us now.

    Debbie, Tara and Terri, I am so sorry for your loss, I wish I could be there to hug you all today. The three of you, and your mother made a difference in my life. It is people like your mom who make me proud to be a nurse. Thank you for the opportunity to be your friend, and thank you for making a difference in the person I am. Ashley

  6. Ken & Liz Brooks says:

    We were friends of Sarah and Ed and visited at their home a number of times with Margo and Evan Graham. Have met some of their family on occasion. Our sincere sympathy to Ed on his loss. We will keep him in our prayers.
    Ken & Liz Brooks