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Mrs. Georgia Christine Patz
June 3, 1952 ~ November 26, 2023 (age 71) 71 Years Old
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"Look up tired heart toward the sky See beauties only found on high. Birds sing in trees not on the ground Only on high the sun is found Look up!"
With aching hearts we grieve the loss of beloved mother, sister, and kind friend Georgia Christine Patz who died on November 26, 2023. Georgia was born on June 3, 1952 in Manistique, Michigan to her parents George and Florence (Alex) Meron, where she graduated from Manistique High School and married her sweetheart Allen R. Patz. Georgia held careers at Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital, as a homemaker raising her children Georgette and Ryan, and in the Manistique Area Schools system before moving to Walterboro, SC with her husband in 2000. Affectionately known as Ms. Georgie to her friends in Walterboro, Georgia worked as a Deputy Coroner with the Coroner’s Office of Colleton County until her retirement in 2014. Georgia was preceded in death by her parents and her spouse Allen who passed in 2009. She is survived by her sisters Linda Haeuser of Greenwood, SC and Susan Millward of Cumming, GA; her children Georgette Paxton (spouse Robert) of Madison, WI and Ryan Patz (spouse Nicole) of Walterboro; sister in law Sandy Conine of Escanaba, MI; and newfound half sister Mary Lusk of Martinsville, VA. Georgia had a sparkling light from within and a completely unique way of connecting with people. She will be dearly missed by her family and all the many people who knew and loved her.