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Celebrating the life of
Patricia Ann Dalrymple Batanian
Passed away on September 21, 2019
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • Memorial Mass
  • 11:00am - Monday, October 07, 2019
  • St. James Catholic Church
  • 8412 Whitfield Ave (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31406

  • 912-355-1523

Bonnie and family, I am so very sorry for your loss. Sending prayers and wishes for comfort to all of you! Leah

Leah S Work, West Chester, PA

We are devastated to learn of Tricia’s passing. We offer our sincerest sympathy at this time of shock and sorrow for you, and all who knew and loved her. Tricia was such an integral and happy part of our life in Pennington, and we have treasured our continued friendship despite our more recent distances apart. She is gone way too soon and we are miserable about it...we will especially miss her quick smile, laughter and sense of friendship and fun. May you find some comfort in your many wonderful memories. Sending you our love...

Linda & Bill Mitchell, Longboat Key, FL

Larry and Michael, our hearts grieve for the loss of your beautiful wife and Mother. We remember with fondness your years in Oakville on Chillingham Cres. where we had wonderful neighbourhood gatherings, street hockey games and Tricia’s wonderful Skor Bar dessert. Tricia will be remembered with fondness and will be in our hearts and in our prayers....

Rosemary, John, Adam & Kyle Redfern , Ontario, Canada

Larry and family, I was saddened to hear of the loss of your wife Patricia. I recall meeting her at one of our class reunions and I remember how nice she was and how happy you both were as a couple. I am sure she was a great wife and mother. Take comfort in knowing that she experienced a good life and she was no doubt loved by everyone that was a part of it. Its been a long time since I have seen you Larry and I wish the best to you in your life as you move forward from this loss. With deepest sympathy, Dave Wareham

David Wareham, New Wilmington, Pennsylvania

Larry, We were so very sorry to hear the sad news about Tricia and send our deepest sympathy to you and your son. She was a beautiful lady and so friendly. God must have needed a special angel in heaven to call her at such a young age. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this sad and difficult time.

Kip and Candy Sizer, Sharon, PA

Larry and family. I was sorry to learn of the passing of your wife, Tricia. I was a good friend of your Mom, Mary and your Dad, Sonny. He always spoke highly of you, Tricia and the children. My deepest sympathies to your family. God bless. Jack Allen

Jack Allen, Brookfield, OH

Larry, Michael and Family- I am so sad about your loss. Tricia's engaging presence and bright smile were highlights of family gatherings. I'll always be grateful to her for the joy she brought my mother when she took Mom and Aunt Peg on multiple, daylong excursions to Atlantic City. She treated those Dalrymple sisters-in-law like queens! Tricia was a very special person. My thoughts will be with you all on Monday.

Ann Smith, LaPlata, MD

I am so sorry to hear this news. May you all find peace of mind and of heart by relying on our loving God during this time. “Do not be afraid, for I am with you. Do not be anxious, for I am your God. I will fortify you, yes, I will help you, I will really hold on to you with my right hand of righteousness.” - Isaiah 41:10. God promises to help us through anything and we can trust him because he always keeps his word. I will continue to mention you all in my prayers.

Ana, Savannah , GA

Larry, Mike, You both are in our prayers constantly; we share in your sorrow and lift up to the Lord persistent endowment to fill your loss with love. ---- To know Tricia for 5 minutes, was to know her for years. Her personality was sweet, cheerful and fun. Laughter filled her, it spilled out from her and made everyone around her happy. That is a fruit of the spirit placed on her heart by God. ----- To be with Tricia for an hour or two was even more of a blessing. We so enjoyed the time with her on the golf course. Tricia improved so quickly; it was very impressive!! Seeing that adoption take place was heartwarming. Yes, she was a little hesitant at first, but she did it with joy and a desire to spend time with you. That was love being played out in life. ----- Larry, in going back over some your past text messages I found the one you sent regarding your last round of golf at Jasna. You shared that it was a Father’s Day celebration and the three of you played 18 holes together, with Mike shooting an 83 – as you said, “a great way to go out.” In thinking about it, I know the round must have fun for Mike. Shooting a nice round of golf with his Father and Mother. I could also tell that it was a meaningful Father’s Day for you. While being happy for Mike on a fun day in New Jersey – a place you all considered home for so many years. ----- Yet, giving it more thought; I can only imagine how it filled Tricia’s heart with happiness. Happy for Mike and the score he recorded. Happy for you, a husband she loved, knowing how much you loved golf and your son. But most of all, I can imagine that she just loved that day and being with you both. She really wouldn’t have cared what anyone really recorded on the score card and it is highly likely you could have played at Stony Brook or any golf course. ----- What made Tricia the happiest on that Father’s Day, was the fact that she was with the man she loved and the son she adored!! For on that perfect Father’s Day, Tricia had the time of her life with the men that meant the most to her in the whole world. ----- God bless that memory. God bless you both!! ----- In His Hands, Scott & Jennifer

Scott & Jennifer Megaffin, Hopewell, NJ

Larry, we are so sorry for the loss of your lovely wife, Tricia. You have our heartfelt sympathy and prayers at this most difficult time.

Guy and Patsy Catania, Sharon, PA

Larry, we can't begin to tell you how much you, Mike and Jessica are in our thoughts and prayers. What a wonderful woman, couple and family; we're grieving with you. May God bless and find you some comfort and healing at this tragic time. Love Tom & Diane Black

Black, Methuen, Massachusetts

Words can't capture how saddened we are to hear about your loss. We are praying for you all and I've asked our community to as well. She was like an aunt to me and such a joyful force for good. She will be missed and always, always remembered.

Robby and Rachel Begin, Washington, DC

We are so sorry for your loss Larry and send our deepest condolences to you, Michael and your Family. Tricia was a wonderful person and her bright light will be missed by many. Through these difficult times know that you have family and friends that are always here for you. God Bless.

Terry and Sheryl Thomas, Long Valley, NJ

We mourn the loss of Trica, what an amazing, selfless lady. Larry, Mike and Jess you are in our prayers as this tragic time. Love the Morris Family

Morris Family, Geelong Australia, VIC

It is with heartfelt sorrow that we grieve with the Batanian Family of the loss of such a great lady. Her kindness had no bounds and she will always be remembered by us as long as we live. God bless you Tricia for being a part of our lives. God bless you Larry, Mike And Jess at this time of grief. We will always be there for you... Love, the Petty’s

Steven and Cynthia Petty And Family, Pennington, NJ

Patricia Ann Dalrymple Batanian, 65, passed away Saturday, September 21, 2019 at her home on Skidaway Island. She was born May 20, 1954 in Trenton, New Jersey to the late Douglas and Margaret Doyle Dalrymple.

She graduated from Rowan University with a Bachelor’s degree. After graduation, she worked for Wheaton Glass in the marketing department. She also worked for National Starch and Chemical Company in the in the export department and later in the I.T. department as a system analyst. She was a communicant of St. James Catholic Church in New Jersey.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her father-in-law, Harlan Batanian, her brother, Douglas James Dalrymple and her sister-in-law Patty Dalrymple.

She is survived by her husband, Larry Batanian of Savannah, her son, Michael Batanian (Jessica Smith) of New York, one sister, Bonnie Dalrymple (Frank Passanante) of Pennsylvania, three brothers, Bruce Dalrymple (Beverly) of Savannah, Malcolm Dalrymple (Bridget) of New Jersey, and Scott Dalrymple (Sandy) of New Jersey, her mother-in-law, Mary Batanian of Florida, her brother-in-law, David Batanian (Sally) of Illinois, sister-in-law, Debbie Killian (Kenny) of Florida, and many nieces and nephews.

A visitation will be held Monday, October 7, 2019  at St. James Catholic Church in Savannah @ 10:00 AM immediately followed by a mass at 11:00 AM. A wake will occur celebrating Patricia’s life @ the Plantation Club in The Landings @ 12:30 PM.

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the Nancy N. and J.C. Lewis Cancer and Research Pavilion, 225 Candler Drive, Savannah, GA 31405, (Please designate for Pancreatic Cancer Research). The web site is https://www.sjchs.org/foundations/tribute-gifts).

Please designate the Nancy N. and J.C. Lewis Cancer & Research Pavilion.          

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Bonnie and family, I am so very sorry for your loss. Sending prayers and wishes for comfort to all of you! Leah

Leah S Work, West Chester, PA

We are devastated to learn of Tricia’s passing. We offer our sincerest sympathy at this time of shock and sorrow for you, and all who knew and loved her. Tricia was such an integral and happy part of our life in Pennington, and we have treasured our continued friendship despite our more recent distances apart. She is gone way too soon and we are miserable about it...we will especially miss her quick smile, laughter and sense of friendship and fun. May you find some comfort in your many wonderful memories. Sending you our love...

Linda & Bill Mitchell, Longboat Key, FL

Larry and Michael, our hearts grieve for the loss of your beautiful wife and Mother. We remember with fondness your years in Oakville on Chillingham Cres. where we had wonderful neighbourhood gatherings, street hockey games and Tricia’s wonderful Skor Bar dessert. Tricia will be remembered with fondness and will be in our hearts and in our prayers....

Rosemary, John, Adam & Kyle Redfern , Ontario, Canada

Larry and family, I was saddened to hear of the loss of your wife Patricia. I recall meeting her at one of our class reunions and I remember how nice she was and how happy you both were as a couple. I am sure she was a great wife and mother. Take comfort in knowing that she experienced a good life and she was no doubt loved by everyone that was a part of it. Its been a long time since I have seen you Larry and I wish the best to you in your life as you move forward from this loss. With deepest sympathy, Dave Wareham

David Wareham, New Wilmington, Pennsylvania

Larry, We were so very sorry to hear the sad news about Tricia and send our deepest sympathy to you and your son. She was a beautiful lady and so friendly. God must have needed a special angel in heaven to call her at such a young age. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this sad and difficult time.

Kip and Candy Sizer, Sharon, PA

Larry and family. I was sorry to learn of the passing of your wife, Tricia. I was a good friend of your Mom, Mary and your Dad, Sonny. He always spoke highly of you, Tricia and the children. My deepest sympathies to your family. God bless. Jack Allen

Jack Allen, Brookfield, OH

Larry, Michael and Family- I am so sad about your loss. Tricia's engaging presence and bright smile were highlights of family gatherings. I'll always be grateful to her for the joy she brought my mother when she took Mom and Aunt Peg on multiple, daylong excursions to Atlantic City. She treated those Dalrymple sisters-in-law like queens! Tricia was a very special person. My thoughts will be with you all on Monday.

Ann Smith, LaPlata, MD

I am so sorry to hear this news. May you all find peace of mind and of heart by relying on our loving God during this time. “Do not be afraid, for I am with you. Do not be anxious, for I am your God. I will fortify you, yes, I will help you, I will really hold on to you with my right hand of righteousness.” - Isaiah 41:10. God promises to help us through anything and we can trust him because he always keeps his word. I will continue to mention you all in my prayers.

Ana, Savannah , GA

Larry, Mike, You both are in our prayers constantly; we share in your sorrow and lift up to the Lord persistent endowment to fill your loss with love. ---- To know Tricia for 5 minutes, was to know her for years. Her personality was sweet, cheerful and fun. Laughter filled her, it spilled out from her and made everyone around her happy. That is a fruit of the spirit placed on her heart by God. ----- To be with Tricia for an hour or two was even more of a blessing. We so enjoyed the time with her on the golf course. Tricia improved so quickly; it was very impressive!! Seeing that adoption take place was heartwarming. Yes, she was a little hesitant at first, but she did it with joy and a desire to spend time with you. That was love being played out in life. ----- Larry, in going back over some your past text messages I found the one you sent regarding your last round of golf at Jasna. You shared that it was a Father’s Day celebration and the three of you played 18 holes together, with Mike shooting an 83 – as you said, “a great way to go out.” In thinking about it, I know the round must have fun for Mike. Shooting a nice round of golf with his Father and Mother. I could also tell that it was a meaningful Father’s Day for you. While being happy for Mike on a fun day in New Jersey – a place you all considered home for so many years. ----- Yet, giving it more thought; I can only imagine how it filled Tricia’s heart with happiness. Happy for Mike and the score he recorded. Happy for you, a husband she loved, knowing how much you loved golf and your son. But most of all, I can imagine that she just loved that day and being with you both. She really wouldn’t have cared what anyone really recorded on the score card and it is highly likely you could have played at Stony Brook or any golf course. ----- What made Tricia the happiest on that Father’s Day, was the fact that she was with the man she loved and the son she adored!! For on that perfect Father’s Day, Tricia had the time of her life with the men that meant the most to her in the whole world. ----- God bless that memory. God bless you both!! ----- In His Hands, Scott & Jennifer

Scott & Jennifer Megaffin, Hopewell, NJ

Candle tribute lit by Georgette Rogers and Pat Ferraro — Maryland

Larry, we are so sorry for the loss of your lovely wife, Tricia. You have our heartfelt sympathy and prayers at this most difficult time.

Guy and Patsy Catania, Sharon, PA

Larry, we can't begin to tell you how much you, Mike and Jessica are in our thoughts and prayers. What a wonderful woman, couple and family; we're grieving with you. May God bless and find you some comfort and healing at this tragic time. Love Tom & Diane Black

Black, Methuen, Massachusetts

Candle tribute lit by Richard and Angel Kuntz — New Jersey

Candle tribute lit by Rosemary Wonder — South Carolina

Words can't capture how saddened we are to hear about your loss. We are praying for you all and I've asked our community to as well. She was like an aunt to me and such a joyful force for good. She will be missed and always, always remembered.

Robby and Rachel Begin, Washington, DC

Candle tribute lit by Terry and Sheryl Thomas — New Jersey

We are so sorry for your loss Larry and send our deepest condolences to you, Michael and your Family. Tricia was a wonderful person and her bright light will be missed by many. Through these difficult times know that you have family and friends that are always here for you. God Bless.

Terry and Sheryl Thomas, Long Valley, NJ

Candle tribute lit by Morris Family — Florida

We mourn the loss of Trica, what an amazing, selfless lady. Larry, Mike and Jess you are in our prayers as this tragic time. Love the Morris Family

Morris Family, Geelong Australia, VIC

It is with heartfelt sorrow that we grieve with the Batanian Family of the loss of such a great lady. Her kindness had no bounds and she will always be remembered by us as long as we live. God bless you Tricia for being a part of our lives. God bless you Larry, Mike And Jess at this time of grief. We will always be there for you... Love, the Petty’s

Steven and Cynthia Petty And Family, Pennington, NJ

Candle tribute lit by Steve and Cynthia Petty — New Jersey


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