Patsy A. Angel

January 7, 1945 - October 7, 2012

01/07/1945 - 10/07/2012

Patsy Ann Angel,67, of Hendersonville, died Sunday, October 7, 2012 at her home surrounded by her loving family.

Patsy was born in Nashville, Tennessee to the late Willard “Doc” and Ruth Cone.

Patsy was educated in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. She was the original owner of PG’s Bar and Grill in Fletcher for many years.

She was a member of the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Unit 77 and was the Founder of the Adopt-A-Soldier Program. She was the Founder and Chairperson of the Ken Ardron Sickness and Distress Fund and the Membership Chairman of the Ladies Auxiliary for over 15 years. She was very devoted to the Relate Church of Hendersonville.

Patsy was a recipient of a lung transplant 15 years ago at Duke University Hospital which gave her the gift of precious years to spend with her grandchildren, and she said “Please don’t take your organs to Heaven, God knows we need them here”. She was an amazing woman and those who knew her could tell a story about her. She had a love for her family, friends, card playing, jokes, NASCAR and of course she could show up just about anyone when it came to shooting pool.

She was preceded in death by a brother, Wayne Cone and a sister Ruby Elaine Cone.

She is survived by her daughter, Wendy Edmisten and her husband, Shuford; four grandsons, SGT. David Capps and his wife Jessica, Daniel Moody, Aaron Moody and Alex Edmisten and his wife Crystal; One great grandchild, Lydia: A devoted sister, Becky Jo Butler; Her best friend and companion, Eddie Reynolds and her canine companion, “Buffy”.

A funeral service will be at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, October 13, 2012 in the chapel of Forest Lawn Funeral Home with the Rev. Chris Pace and Rev. Bill Carpenter officiating. Honorary Rights will be conducted by the Henderson County Honor Guard. The family will recieve friends from 10-11:30 a.m. Saturday in the chapel.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Adopt-A-Soldier Program or The Ken Ardron Sickness and Distress Fund by mailing to The American Legion Ladies Auxiliary, c/o Wendy Edmisten, P.O. Box 854 Hendersonville, NC 28793.

The family would like to thank and recognize the many physicians that took part in Patsy’s care. A special note of thanks to Serenity of the ICU of Park Ridge Hospital and Staff and especially Four Seasons Hospice, Dr. John Morris and hospice nurses for their end of life care.

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Annette Banks
8 years ago

A wonderful and sweet lady. She will be missed.

Barbara Cone
8 years ago

Patsy, you were a loving sister-in-law. I will cherish all the memories of the past 50 or so years. Your nieces as well as your great nieces and nephew will forever remeber their Aunt Patsy.

John Vesoloski
8 years ago

R.I.P. Patsy.. May God Bless You….You will be Missed….

Tommy and Lisa Moore
8 years ago

Patsy was a beautiful soul. We’ve had so much fun with her over the past 5 years. She could light up a room with her beauty and smile. I remember while playing cards, if she would when a big hand, she’d scrape the chips towards her with both hands and say “Come on to Mama”. Our hearts and prayers go out to her family. She will sure be missed.

Linda and Tony Ray
8 years ago

Patsy will be missed, when I needed somebody to believe in me she did. Thank you.

Marie Zinteck
8 years ago

Patsy was one of the few people I met when I moved to Hendersonville. Patsy was a great neighbor, a good friend, and even tho our lives had taken different directions over the years, I still managed to run into her and have a nice chat. She was a great lady, always had a smile and a hug for me. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to the family at this difficult time.

Wanda harvison
8 years ago

My deepest sympathy to you and your family.I am the mother to Kim Pace and pastor Chris Pace

Sue Nett
8 years ago

Patsy’s picture exudes the Patsy I knew as a strong and compassinate woman with a great sense of humor. She will be sorely missed by Eddie, family and all who had the opportunity to know her. I remember many fine moments with Patsy and Eddie at the American Legion canteen. She not only shot a fine pool game but she was no slouch at shuffleboard either. Sending my sincere sympathy and prayers to Eddie and family.

Beth Whitaker
8 years ago

Wendy and family – thoughts and prayers go out to you. Your mother was such an “Angel” to all that had the honor to know and love her. She is going to be greatly missed.

Tim and Karen Pries
8 years ago

We will always remember your smile, especially when you would win a hand in cards. You will be dearly missed. We love you.