Patricia Kay Wood

Patricia Kay Wood, 54, of Mt. Jackson, died Sunday, June 3, 2012 at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital in Woodstock.

She was born August 17, 1957 in Arlington, daughter of the late Lawrence Russell Frye and Pearl Virginia Sisler Frye Buchanan.

Mrs. Wood is survived by her husband, Alan R. Wood whom she married May 27 1985. Also surviving are a daughter, Monica Bailey of Bel Air, Maryland; a sister, Jane Mullins of Jenkins, Kentucky; four brothers, David Frye of Hopewell, New Jersey, Jacob Frye of Arlington, James Tim Frye of New Market and Ray Frye of Harrisonburg; and three grandchildren, Nicholas Bailey, Gabriel Bailey and Avery Bailey.

Funeral services will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the Dellinger Funeral Home in Mt. Jackson with Pastor Dave Casto officiating. Burial will follow at Mt. Jackson Cemetery.

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3 Condolences to Patricia Kay Wood

  1. Patty Groves says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss, losing a parent is always hard. Remember you will carry her in your heart forever.

  2. Raquel Dunn says:

    You have been such an encouragement to me, if I can do anything ever to help, know I will! So prayerful for you guys in this time. Love and comfort to you.

  3. Mike Pierce and Family says:

    You were an inspiration to me starting at a young age. You were my first real boss. We became friends and you and I went looking for a job together. You were over-qualified and I didn’t know what I was getting into. I’ve been in the same business ever since. I know that I (jokingly) told you that I would never forgive you for that, but of course I do! Although we didn’t keep in touch as much as we should have, every time we spoke I always had a smile on my face. I will always remember you as the nice person you were. I will cherish the fond memories that I have of you. May you rest in peace.

    Our hearts go out to you and your family. I remember you from when we were both very young. Many will miss your Mom. Our condolences go to you all during this difficult time. Reflect upon all of the good times you, your Mother and Family had together. She was a good woman, Mother and friend.

    Try to remain strong during this difficult time, as it’s what Patty would want. Please take comfort in knowing that Patty was a part of your life. Reflect on all of the good times you had together. One day you will be together again, but until then, focus on Family.

    Jane, David, Jacob, James, & Ray;
    We’ve never met each other, but if you’re anything like your Sister, Patty, then I’m sure we would get along. All who knew her will miss Patty.