Patricia L. Fields
Patricia L. Fields 87 of Rushville, passed away Mar. 30, 2019.

A Celebration of Life Service will be 1:00 PM Wednesday Apr. 3, 2019 at Todd Funeral Centre & Crematory. Visitation will be from 11AM until the time of service. She will be laid to rest at Arlington East Hill Cemetery.

Pat was born Dec. 5, 1931 in Decatur County, IN the daughter of the late Orba and Ethyl (Allison). She married Charles Brown and they had three children and he passed away. She later married Lloyd Smith Nov. 1, 1975 and he preceded her in death Jan. 17 1976. She later married David Fields Mar. 3, 2002 and he passed away Apr. 11, 2014.

She graduated from Milroy High School and had lived south west of Milroy, Manilla and Rushville throughout her life. She worked at Jackson Nursing Home, Morristown Nursing Home, as a private duty nurse many years. Pat also worked at the former Kentucky Fried Chicken in Rushville. She was a member of Kings Daughters, chair of roses circle. Pat was a 50 year member of the Andersonville OES.

Those left to cherish her memory include her daughter Kim (Steve) Keith of Rushville, IN; a son, David L. Brown, of Virginia Beach, VA; grandchildren, April Harmon, Boone (Jessica) Keith, Autumn Gomez, Whitney Dethridge all of Rushville and Chris (Kristyl) VanWart, Jessica Standeford of Virginia.

Also surviving are her precious great grand children, Makayla, Josh, Aby, Grace, Owen, Denver, Justis, Ayden and Serenity.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her three husbands, her son, Dennis (Duck) Brown and her brother, Carlos Land.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Assoc. or the American Cancer Society. Pat's visitors register is at www.ToddFuneralHome.com
Published on April 1, 2019

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