Magdalena Arminta Ludrick Information

Arminta was gifted in the art of tatting and crocheting doilies, tableclothes, plus she made bedspreads. To each of her grandchildren she gave homemade tablecloths when they were married. She lived 87 years.


Mrs. Arminta Patterson of 196 High Dr., Wesley Chapel, died March 2 at her home. She was 87. Born June 5, 1891 in Ohio, she came to Zephyrhills two and a half years ago from Apollo Beach. She was a homemaker and a Methodist.

Survivors include her husband, Frank Patterson of rural Zephyrhills, one daughters, Mrs. Ruth Gauthier of Zephyrhills; four grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren; one brother, Maynard Ledrick of Ubana, Ohio; one sister, Mrs. Dema Evans of Sidney, Ohio; one half-brother Billy Ledrick and one half-sister, Mary, both of Ohio

Funeral services were March 5 from the chapel of the Lair-Kelly Funeral Home with the Rev. John Gauthier, assistant pastor of the First Baptist Church of Johnson City, N.Y., officiating.

Mrs. Patterson donated her body to the Anatomical Board of the University of Florida, Gainesveille.


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Cause of Death: Conjestive Heart Failure
Medical Information: Due to arterioclerotic heart disease. She live to be 87. She was cremated.


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