Patricia Barton Carver (Patty) died on July 22, 2020 at Riverview Health and Rehabilitation Center.
Patty was a native and lifelong resident of Savannah. She graduated from Commercial High School and married her childhood sweetheart, William (Billy) Dean Carver, they were married for 55 years. She worked for the FBI in her younger adult years, but treasured the roles of wife and mother the most.
Patty was an accomplished golfer and especially proud of the distinction of receiving the 24 K gold putter from Backus Cadillac-Pontiac OutLaw HT. She was also a talented artist and painted beautiful low country landscapes that she shared with friends. She served her community with love and especially enjoyed working with the students at Oglethorpe Charter school administering hearing tests.
Patty was a dedicated leader in Bible Study Fellowship for seven years and was a beloved member of Isle of Hope United Methodist Church and the Berean Sunday school class.
Patty is survived by her son, William Dean ”Dee” Carver, Jr. (Ansley), and daughters Tracy Lynn Carver and Leigh Anne Carver, as well as grandsons, William Dean Carver III and Robert Ansley Carver.
Patty was a true and loyal friend and dedicated caregiver and will be remembered fondly for her dry wit and generous hospitality.
A graveside service will be held in the Memory Garden of Isle of Hope United Methodist Church on Saturday, August 29th, at 11am.
Memorial contributions may be made to Isle of Hope UMC, congregational care or Affinis Hospice.
I was so saddened to hear of Patty’s passing. She was a wonderful addition to our family. She will be missed!
- Mary Louise Lyons, Conway, Arkansas
I was sorry to see that Patty has passed away. We boys in the neighborhood used to watch her sunbathing on her roof, she was beautiful inside and out. May she Rest In Peace!
- Bob White, Greensboro , Ga
Such a wonderful person and sweet soul. Thoughts and prayers for family and friends.
- Christa Green, Savannah , Ga
I worked with Ms. Patty for several years at Riverview. She remained helpful to other residents, was so sweet and always cheerful. She will truly be missed.
- Luana Davis, Savannah, Ga
I am so sorry for the loss of Patty. My prayers go out to her family at this time of loss. I was a classmate of Patty’s at Commercial High School Savannah Ga
- JoAnn Taylor Wallace, Savannah , Georgia
Eternal rest, grant unto her O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon her. May she rest in peace. God bless
- Chip Grayson, SAVANNAH, GA