Patsy Ruth Neasbitt, 83, of Sadler, Texas was called home to Heaven on Wednesday, March 11, 2020.
Patsy was born on January 15, 1937 in Sandusky, Texas to L.V. and Anna Lee (Moran) Phelps Sr. Patsy enjoyed sewing, fast pitch softball, gambling, playing cards and dominos. She liked bowling and traveled to both California and Las Vegas to participate on her bowling team. When she was younger, she liked to barrel race on her horse Helen. Patsy was a member of the North Union Street Church of Christ in Whitesboro. Whenever she felt like it, Patsy would go with her husband Dillard to work the fences and the livestock on their farm. She loved to watched her grandkids in all of their sporting events, often showing up one to two hours before game time. She loved watching Emily play golf and is credited with beginning Emily’s coffee addiction at the age of eight. Patsy loved her family and loved spending time with them.
She is survived by her son, Lee Neasbitt and wife, Candy of Sadler; daughter, Tammye Sanders of Sadler; daughter, Daryle Taylor and husband, Michael of Howe; grandchildren, Leigh Ann, Trish, Micah, Erin and Emily, five great-grandchildren, brother, L.V Phelps Jr. of Whitesboro, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
Patsy was preceded in death by her husband, Dillard Neasbitt, parents, L.V. and Anna Lee Phelps Sr., granddaughter, Shawna Leighann McWhorter and nine siblings.
Graveside services in honor of Patsy will be held at 2:00 PM on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 at Mount Tabor Cemetery in Sandusky, officiated by Rev. Rick Carney. No visitation is scheduled. Arrangements are under the direction of Meador Funeral Home of Whitesboro.
I am sorry to hear of Patsy’s passing. I pray that she is in wonderful peace now. Lee, Tammy and Daryl my thoughts and prayers are with you and your families during this time.
Praying for your family.
So sorry for you loss.
So sorry about Patsy may she rest in peace prayers for the family loved Patsy enjoyed taking care of her for a short period of time she loved her family.
I’m truly sorry for your loss. If y’all need anything please let me know. Love you all.
I was so sad to hear of Patsy passing away. She and Dillard were a big part of my teen years and we loved and played softball together. We always had good laughs together of the softball days. She will be greatly missed. I loved her as a mom. Daryle, Tammye and Lee I am so sorry. All the families will be in my prayers.
She will be missed dearly … I loved going out during the summers and spending time out there she would welcome me with open arms love you aunt pasty
So sorry for the loss of your sweet Mom. Always smiling and full of happiness is how I always seen her. I got her sister and Her mixed up at the Dairy Queen a lot of times. Always loved your family. God Bless Y’all.
I am so sorry to hear of Patsy’s passing. She and Dillard were a big part of my teen years when I so enjoyed playing catcher for Patsy on the softball teams.
Grandmother and I were just talking about Patsy less than a week ago. I know there will be a big hole left in your family. Prayers for all of you.
We have so many fond memories of the good times we had with Patsy and all of you when we lived in Sadler. She was a wonderful friend. We know she will be missed. Our prayers and loving thoughts are with you. God bless and give you peace.
So sorry to hear this. My condolences go out to the entire family. It is a difficult time for all.
Love and hugs from Grant & Krystyna Antoine and kiddos. Rest peacefully Patsy and enjoy riding horses in the clouds.
Saddened to hear about Patsy. She was our neighbor my entire childhood and for over 25 years since coming back to Sadler. Never heard a bad word about her or from her. I’ll always think fondly of her.