Orville S. Patrick

February 23, 1952 - July 11, 2013

02/23/1952 - 07/11/2013

Orville S. Patrick, 61, of Hendersonville, died Thursday, July 11.

A native of Jamaica, he had lived in Henderson County for over thirty years and had worked at Pardee Hospital in Environmental Service for twenty years. In addition to his parents,

Mr. Patrick is survived by four children, Wendy Gaffney, Chevelle Collins, Cherie Bailey and Cora Patrick; five sisters and several nieces and nephews.

The family will receive friends from 4:00 until 7:00 PM Saturday, July 27 at Forest Lawn Funeral Home. Following the visitation there will be a large gathering in remembrance of his life at his home. There will be food and drink and everyone is welcome.

A funeral will be held Saturday, August 17 in Jamaica under the direction of Patmoreís Funeral Home, Trelawny, Jamaica.

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Habitat Board & Staff
8 years ago

Orville’s Habitat family will cherish our fond memories. He was a joy to partner with. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Carol Burke
8 years ago

I will always remember Orville’s smile and gentle spirit. He was a hard worker and always a pleasure to work with.

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cole Jr.
8 years ago

Both my wife and I worked with Orville at Pardee Hospital. I have great memories of working with Orville and the talks we had. He always talked about retiring and returning to Jamaica. I will miss him a lot. His family has our deepest sympathy and are in our prayers.

Rita Antonelli
8 years ago

We will all miss Orville at Pardee. I have been there ten years and he always was so gentle and kind. Orville spoke of retirement and also that he would miss his Pardee Family. Orville will truly be remembered and memorialized on the Pardee plaque in the corridor with other Pardee family that have left us for heaven. Prayers for you all. Rita

Michelle Reynolds
8 years ago

It was a pleasure to have known Orville. Orville was a joy every day he walked through the doors of the Environmental Services Dept., and he will be forever missed by us all.

My thoughts and prayers are with the family.