Celebrating the life of

Patricia Ann Wyers Gammon

Passed away on November 30, 2021

Patricia Ann Wyers Gammon

Patricia Wyers Gammon, 87, died Tuesday, November 30, 2021.   She was born and grew up in Denver, Colorado with years in Mississippi, Louisiana, and Oklahoma during her father’s World War II military service.  Patricia earned her bachelor’s degree from Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts and subsequently, two master’s degrees.  Her work experiences included lifeguard, yearbook editor, commercial artist, English teacher, financial analyst, and certified financial planner.  She believed in setting goals, planning ahead, dressing the part, and having reservations for dinner and hotel rooms with a view.  As a wife and mother, Patricia was devoted to her husband, Richard, and raised her children to be self-reliant and athletic.  She was a passionate travel planner and lifelong world explorer.

Surviving are her brother, Stephen Wyers of St. Charles, Missouri; her daughters Carla Gammon (Cesidio Barberis) of Falls Church, Virginia and Christina Davis (Douglas) of Savannah, Georgia; Stephen Gammon (Rebecca) of Baton Rouge, Louisiana; grandchildren, John and Amelia Barberis; Matthew, Michael and Claire Davis; and Cole and Maxwell Gammon and Alec Breaud as well as her special friend Robert Brown.  She was a mentor to Benoit and Wilfreid Kindo who respected her continued guidance.

The Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, December 16, 2021 at St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church, 7020 Concord Road, Wilmington Island, Savannah, Georgia 31410.

Interment will be private.

Remembrances may be made to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church, 7020 Concord Rd., Savannah, Georgia 31410 or Hospice Savannah, Inc., P.O. Box 13190, Savannah, Georgia  31416.





Pat and I became friends at the beauty shop several years ago. Both had appointments on Friday morning. Spent time talking about family, travels and current news. She was a special lady and I will miss her.

- Anita S. Bragg, Savannah, GA

My Deepest Sympathies Chris to you and your family! Your mom was a remarkable woman! She was so very sharp and had a kind spirit. She was such an accomplished woman and knew exactly what she wanted and never settled for anything but the best. She was the epitome of a strong, intelligent, hard working woman that not only raised 2 strong females but also led to a strong grand-daughter in Claire. Yet for all her intelligence she like you all, had such a wonderful soul! I will miss her fondly. I will miss all of our conversations, our love of flowers and good food. She was a woman from a Great generation and most of all I will miss her grace! Love Always! Anne

- Anne Chang, Savannah, United States (1)

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Islands Chapel