Ms. Patricia Anne Plumb Hall went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, March 24, 2021.
Survived by her children and a grandchild. Pat was known by many in Mechanicsville as the turkey lady, green tomato candy lady or pig lady. After she touched and changed many lives, she was called to Florida to help her aunt. There she found a new life and love; ballroom dancing. Many trophies later with her prince charming, she lived her life to the fullest. Pat loved helping people and was involved with many causes.
Mom, you are our hero and we will miss you very much. All our love, your family.
A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 3 at Affinity Funeral Service, Richmond Chapel.
Patricia was an absolute gem of a person. She always put the welfare of those in need above her own. Patricia volunteered her time to so many wonderful organizations to help the poor, the elderly, the mentally ill, and first responders. We could use many more Patricias in this world. May she rest peacefully in heaven. I will miss her.
Patricia will be missed at our Crisis Intervention Team trainings. She was always dressed nice and would ask me to take a picture of her next to the table she had set up with the big Eagle trophy and the poem that she always wanted me to read to the officers at our graduations. I know she loved to dance and she always had a smile on her face. She will definitely be missed by NAMI Pinellas as a strong supporter of Mental Illness. Her passion and devotion to the community she served should be noteworthy for any community activist. On behalf of all the police officers she proudly witnessed graduate the Pinellas CIT training. We will miss you Patricia, rest in peace.
We had the pleasure of knowing Patricia Hall through NAMI Pinellas County. Patricia worked with my wife Anne and I on fundraising activities for many years. She was always very willing and able to help with any event. Patricia also helped us with our volunteer work with CIT. We are thankful to have known Patricia and for all her generous contributions to our community. God bless her, may she rest in peace.
We had the pleasure of knowing Patricia Hall through Nami-Pinellas County . Patricia was well known to make a display of a large
Eagle trophy with a poem. She was so worried on how she would get the Eagle to the CIT Graduations. We became her called upon
transportation to many engagements.
Even to this Day when we pass her condo on 58th. street & 13th. Ave. her lovely smile fills our hearts. And David would always say,
there’s Patricia’s home. We are deeply sadden by the loss of Patricia , we offer our thoughts, prayers and well wishes during this hard
time in the families lives. May God Bless and be with her on her peaceful journey.
Patricia Hall will always be one of the most interesting people I have had the privilege of knowing. She had a heart of gold and devoted her life to helping others. We lovingly referred to her as the “energized bunny.” It was not unusual for Patricia to call late at night or early in the morning with project ideas. She was a workaholic. No one could say “no” to Patricia because we all knew she was involved in making our community better.
She loved ballroom dancing and we enjoyed going to her recitals. Patricia had a great sense of humor and truly loved life. She enjoyed fashion and always dressed to perfection. She was a genuine Ambassador of Goodwill. She loved networking and took pride in matching up people with like interests. She never met a stranger.
There is no doubt in my mind, that she is in heaven organizing events, introducing people, and sharing her life stories with others. I miss my little friend. May God continue to bless her!
I remember one day when I saw Patricia at a BLS Pinellas meeting, representing NAMI, I thought I would let her know that all these many years, I’d always appreciated her support of NAMI, but especially appreciated her effortless, always coordinated, always beautiful, outfits! She was a true lady, in spirit and in dress. There aren’t many women like her left and I’m happy to have known at least one. My condolences to her family.
Dear Family, I was so very saddened to hear of Patricia’s passing. Although I am recently retired, I had the honor of knowing Patricia through the Agency Fairs I held at Nina Harris ESE Center in Pinellas Park, Fl.. Since 2005 when I arrived at Nina, Patricia was my first and most eager participant at the NAMI table along with Corey Pastore. She was a very proper and cordial southern lady who let me know early on that she was not to be called “Pat” but addressed as “Patricia” which I held to. She always had a smile on her face and despite poor attendance at some of my Fairs, never wavered in letting me know how important my job as counselor at Nina was in helping the families of our most needy students; she always saw the bright side of things and was a delight to know and work with. God bless you in your time of need and please know what a true asset Patricia was to our community.
The smile in Patricia’s obituary pic is just how I’ll remember her and synonymous with every single time we interacted. I’m a better person for knowing and working with Patricia. I miss her smile, her flirtatious nature and especially her tenacity to call out what was not right in the world and encouragement to help fix it. She was an ambassador on many levels including advocacy for those living with mental illness, seniors without a voice, and certainly an ambassador of ball room dancing. Not being much of a dancer, I never missed the opportunity she would force on me by grabbing my hand and twirling me around like I had the rhythm she had. In short, she led.
She was active, a diplomat and I found her in venues I wouldn’t expect. Each one, she brought wisdom to the table and that smile that helped mold you to do something she was passionate about.
To her family, know she was loved and cherished in Florida. My condolences to all…
Met Patricia while working for Hospice. Quickly became a friend. Was amazed by her energy and her causes she felt so strongly about, have yet to meet someone with her passion for her fellow man.Her entertaining stories and southern charm will be greatly missed.