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Patricia Ruth Goldsmith, 88

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Patricia Ruth Goldsmith, 88 was born on May 31 1935 to George and Ruth
Moore in Buffalo New York.

She went to be with the Lord on January 8, 2022, 7:18 pm, while
residing at the Standing Stone health care facility in Algood TN. She
was a committed Christian woman helping others out when the
opportunity would arise.

She carried a 4.0 gpa in high school, became a professional nurse, a
business owner, (The West Shore Resort in Houghton lake MI). A hard
working mother of 5 children, and a faithful wife of 54 years to
husband Bill Goldsmith.

She was interested in painting, stampin up card clubs, cooking, just
being with family.

She is survived by her husband Bill Goldsmith, They were married on
December 21 1968. They accomplished many goals and traveled together.

She is survived by 5 children, Samuel Goldsmith, engineer, turned
Missionary to Albania, Patrick Goldsmith, GM mechanical technician,
interest in World Class Motorcycle ice racing (wife Karen, mother and
gives of herself endlessly to help others), Candi Martin, professional
quilter (husband Bradley, engineer, interest in motorcycle road
racing), Mark Goldsmith, construction company owner, interest in
motorcycle road racing, children’s gymnastics (wife Tisha, gymnastics
mother and mother of 11 children), Timm Goldsmith, engineer, interest
in motorcycle road racing, (wife Amy, works in the banking industry)

Patti has 19 grandchildren

To Those who knew my mother,
I have realized no matter what the condition of an individual’s
physical or mental state, whether in a coma or fully overcome with
dementia as my mother was. We are imagers of God. Regardless of our
incapacity to recognize and determine, if our suffering parent or
child can understand any level of communication, God never misses a
word or feeling of intended love and concern both from the giver and
the receiver. And so often in the end, we (those seeking comfort) miss
the turn around from the offering of care to the infirmed, to
receiving a patient endurance from those who have already experienced
it. The Lord knows the learning curve does not stop as we continually
request the infirmed stop living. My heart felt a sense of loss at the
removal of my mom’s spirit as I watched her stop breathing, which did
not result in panic or desperation. It’s the imager portion of a God
fearing woman released to a loving God known as Jesus. It’s beyond
reason, it’s beyond reach, eternal life matters!

Family will receive friends on Friday, January 14, 2022, from 10 to 12 at Crossville Memorial Funeral Home.


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