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Patricia Ann Alberts

September 18, 1944 — May 28, 2024


Patricia Ann Alberts 79, of Spartanburg, South Carolina sadly passed away Tuesday morning May 28, 2024. A cherished mother, sister, and friend whose kind and giving nature touched the lives of all who knew her. 

Patricia was born on September 18, 1944, in Norfolk, Virginia, to the late Joseph Hotchkiss and Elizabeth Halme. Throughout her life's journey, Patricia wore many hats with grace and dedication. In her twenties, she worked as a nurse showing compassion and care to those in need. She later found her calling as a homemaker, where she poured her heart into creating a warm and loving home for her family. Patricia’s love for others knew no bounds. She was known for her selfless nature and always put the needs of others before her own. Her warmth and generosity shone through in everything she did. Patricia's favorite quotes was, “Love, Love, Love,” and when the situation called for it “Dumb Bunny,” which made everyone smile. In her leisure time, Patricia found solace in knitting and crocheting beautiful creations. She also had a deep appreciation for the outdoors, finding joy in the simple pleasures of nature's beauty.
Patricia will be deeply missed by her surviving family and friends: her beloved son Chris Alberts; her brothers Larry Hotchkiss (Linda) and Mike Hotchkiss. Patricia was predeceased by her parents’ father, Joseph Hotchkiss and mother, Elizabeth Halme. 
As we bid farewell to Patricia Ann Alberts, let us carry forward the lessons of love and kindness that she so effortlessly imparted to everyone she met. May her legacy continue to inspire acts of compassion and generosity in our lives. Memorials may be made to Mountain View Nursing Home 340 Cedar Springs Road Spartanburg, SC 29302.
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