Patricia (Patsy) Ann Alldredge

Patricia (Patsy) Ann Alldredge, 65, of Maple Valley, passed away peacefully at home on January 18, 2016 after a brief month long struggle with pancreatic cancer.
mom 4Patsy was born January 26, 1950 in Goldendale, WA. She grew up in Goldendale, WA with her parents, Bill and Marion McCardell, and three sisters Cindy (Ken) Patsy 2.5Curfman, Donnie (Jim) Zeller, and Debbie (Mike) Dempsey. Recently she embraced finding her older brother, Bob Miller.   She attended college at Central Washington University. Patsy met her husband, J. David Alldredge, while living in Seattle and they were married on December 29, 1977 in the Salt Lake Temple.
Patsy lived the past 30 years in Maple Valley, Wa. in the home she and Dave designed and built on the north Shore of Lake Lucerne. Patsy cultivated deep loving relationships with family and friends and was very involved in her community and church. She worked within her Church with children and youth groups, and lead women’s youth and adult organizations at various times.  Many youth put claims on her as a second mother. 
Patsy cherished her family and was supportive and involved in their lives. She is survived by her husband of 38 years, J. David Alldredge, children: J. Micah (Nancy) View More:; Nathan (Rachel) Alldredge; Aaron (Courtney) Alldredge; Daniel (Makay) Alldredge; Matthew Alldredge; Bonnie (Ben) Black; Andrew (Chellyn) Alldredge; Samuel Alldredge; Molly Alldredge; and 12 grandchildren: Eli, Ammon, Noah, Emma, Taylee, Emberlee, Anistyn, Addison, Isaac, Will, and Charlie Alldredge and Cadence Black.  Grandson Joel Alldredge preceded Patsy in death in Spring of 2015.View More:
Memorial services will be held Saturday, Jan 30, 2016 at 2:00 PM at the LDS Church located at 19909 SE Wax Road, Maple Valley, Wa. All are welcome.
Burial will take place with Family in attendance at the Maple Valley Hobart Cemetery on Monday Feb 1, 2016. 
How we all loved her.  She was and is a treasure to our family in so many ways.
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5 Responses to “Patricia (Patsy) Ann Alldredge”

  • Belinda Sillito says:

    So sorry to say goodbye to this wonderful woman and very special Gram. She will be dearly missed but I know she will continue to minister to her family. That is just who she is.

  • Ava Stillmaker Shores says:

    Patsy and I were roommates in college. She introduced me to the missionary’s from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and fellowshipped me. I am eternally grateful for her influence in my life. I remember how she, “mothered” Donnie at school, she was a mother to many. Her missionary efforts have multiplied. From me to my 5 children, 3 of which served missions. Now we have 17 grandchildren who are members of the church because of her efforts. Oh we should all do so much.

    We had far too few encounters through the years since college but they are rich memories. I can still hear her laugh and love her smile. Thank you for sharing the pictures. What a warm wonderful woman. I send my prayers of comfort to all of her family and friends.
    Love, Ava

  • Guy Robinson says:

    Patsy has always been such a welcoming and loving person. I spent many summer days over at the Alldredge home growing up and Patsy was always so happy to have us all over. My prayers are with the Alldredge family as they deal with this tremendous loss.

  • Bobbie Sundstrom says:

    I will miss her so! She was THE most caring mother and spent a great amount of time in my office with me gushing about Dave, her children, and grandchildren. She was always so gracious and appreciative.

    her State Farm go-to gal

  • Sharon Vail says:

    I am just learning the terribly sad news of Patsy (Sister Alldredge) this week (August 2020) and would like to get a message to the family if possible…. about my experience with one of the most wonderful mothers in the world.

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