Patricia Sartin Wilson - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

Patricia Sartin Wilson

Born October 25, 1935

Patricia Sartin Wilson, age 80, lifelong resident of St. Georges, DE, passed away peacefully at home on Sunday, November 15, 2015.

Born in Wilmington, Delaware on October 25, 1935, Patsy was a daughter of the late Tyson F. and Rose L. (Householder) Sartin. She was a woman of strong faith and a longtime member of St. Georges United Methodist Church.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, John M. Wilson who died in 1986 and her sister, Susanne Sartin Stapleford. She is survived by her nephew, Richard L. Stapleford of Landenberg, PA; nieces, Tracey S. Jeremias (Anthony) of Harleysville, PA and Susanne S. Sterling (Michael) of Middletown, DE; and 7 great nieces and nephews.

A graveside service will be held at 11 am on Saturday morning, November 21, 2015, at St. Georges Cemetery, Kirkwood-St. Georges Rd., St. Georges, DE, with interment to follow.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Patricia’s memory may be made to the St. Georges United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 145, St. Georges, DE 19733.


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11 Condolences for Patricia Sartin Wilson

  • Pasty, you will be sadly missed. Whenever I see a rainbow, I will visualise
    your smiling face!

  • She was TRULY a great woman. Her values, morals and kindness touched everyone she met. I am so sorry for your family’s loss but now she will be beside her sister and husband watching over you.

  • Patsy, you brightened my day every time you came to the St. Georges post office! Your kindness and gracious ways were an inspiration to me. Every time I read a good book I think this is something Patsy would like. Now you have been welcomed into heaven and reunited with your husband and family who have gone before. You will always be in my thoughts and bring a smile to my face.

  • I will always remember Patsy as a woman of strength,intelligence and elegance. Many are better for having known her. I certainly am. AS Ricky, Tracey and Sue can attest, her love was a precious treasure.

  • Patsy and Johnny were very special people in my life. Patsy was such a loving, understanding, terrific person. I was so very lucky to have had her in my life.

  • I loved Patsy’s smile and her caring way about how everyone was and how things were going. She used to take Mom (Hazel Wilson) to diner at ChesDel, after Mom had to give up her driver’s license. What times they had, cocktails and diner and lots of laughs. Mom loved her so !!! and so do we !!

  • I will always remember Patsy’s smile, her elegant manner and her faithful dedication to St. George’s Church. She had a smile and pleasant word for me whenever we met and was always supportive of her community. The Cavender family sends its sincere condolences to her family. Rest in peace Patsy.

  • I would like to offer my heart felt condolences to the entire family and to the close friends of Ms. Wilson. For comfort please read in Gods own written word the Holy Bible for just that at, Revelation 21:3,4 also Proverbs 2:20-22…

  • Our dear Aunt Patsy is finally at peace, united with her beloved parents, sister, and husband, our Uncle Johnny. My heartfelt condolences to her nieces and nephew and your children, who she considered her “grandchildren”. Aunt Patsy was a wonderful, loyal, loving, giving, spiritual, person who will be sadly missed by those who were lucky enough to know her.

  • While I am so sorry that Patsy is no longer with us, my Uncle Johnny has waited for her for many, many years. Now that they are now reunited in Heaven, I bet they are up there having a blast !! What a fun couple they are!! Will miss you, Patsy. Love, Deb

  • We will remember how beautiful and friendly Patsy was. She was a person well known in our small town of St. Georges. Patsy will always be a person that will remain in our hearts forever. Our condolences to all of Patsy’s family.