Patsy Lou Swagerty Conditt

Patsy Lou Swagerty CondittOBIT Pat Conditt
April 15, 1934 – September 16, 2015
FORT WORTH- Patsy Lou Swagerty Conditt, 81, a devoted mother and grandmother died peacefully Sept. 16, 2015 of pulmonary complications surrounded by family and close friends.
A funeral is at 2:30 p.m. Sept. 25 at All Saints Episcopal Church in Fort Worth. Pat chose to be cremated, so there will be no burial, but there will be a reception following the funeral service at the home of Mitch and Mary Conditt.
Pat was born April 15, 1934 to Jessie Cole and Nora Leona Swagerty. She grew up in Bowie, with one brother and three sisters, but moved to Fort Worth after high school and lived there most of her life.
Pat was a devoted member of All Saints Episcopal Church in Fort Worth for more than 50 years and was a faithful member of St. Anne’s Guild. She was a resident at the Stayton Retirement Community.
Pat loved gardening, traveling, cycling, spending time with friends and family, watching the Dallas Cowboys and was an avid Frank Sinatra fan.
Her love and passion for life was contagious and she will be dearly missed. Pat-Pat (as her grandkids called her) is now likely riding along the streets of gold on her bicycle she fondly called “Old Red.”
She is survived by her son, Dr. Mitch Conditt and wife, Mary, Fort Worth; daughter, Missy Terrell and husband, Bruce, New York City, N.Y.; grandchildren, Tamara Savage, Whitney Ellis and husband, Guy, Andrew Terrell and wife, Olivia, Katie Terrell and Mattison Conditt; sisters, Leta Hodges and Lynda Carter; and many other family members and dear friends.
In lieu of flowers, contributions to her memory can be made to the Memorial Fund of All Saints Episcopal Church.

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