Patricia Ann Anderson

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Patricia Ann Clayton Anderson was born in Washington D.C. to Vernell and Beatrice Clayton on January 19, 1945. She married Theodore Victor Anderson, Sr. on March 4, 1969 in Columbus, Ohio. She went to school for Cosmetology and for many years she was a hair stylist. For over 32 years, Patricia and Theodore were foster parents. They fostered over 100 children and provided a warm and loving home for them. Due to their community service they received countless awards. Not only was Patricia a mother and a foster parent, she was a mother to many and opened her home to the children in the neighborhood. She was also a minister, prayer warrior, Sunday school teacher, organist, piano player, seamstress, interior designer, and gardener just to name a few. She was loved and adored by many.
Patricia is preceded in death by her late husband, Theodore V. Anderson, Sr., her parents Vernell and Beatrice Clayton, her brother, Allen Clayton, grandson Emmanuel Anderson, bonus children Shawn Bynum and Jennifer Woods and countless of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, friends and others.
Patricia is survived by her son George Clayton, daughter Tracee Clayton Garrett and son-in-law Mark Garrett, daughter Inell and son-in-law Michael Carter, daughter Jewell Anderson and Shawn Bryson and her brother, John Wayne Clayton.
Her grandchildren Chanell Smith, Halston “Tru” Clayton, Jazmine Clayton, Joshua Anderson, Chavis Sibert, Alexis Anderson, DaTa Martin, TyLee Martin, Mark Garrett Jr, Braden Garrett, and Myles Garrett.
Her many great grandchildren, Carlton “Trey” Travis, Caleb Travis, Kingston Sibert, Jalaya Anderson, Tahaan Sibert, Carter Smith, Joshua “Ace” Anderson, Jr., Cheyanne Sibert, Liam Smith, Tristian Anderson and Violet Hall.
Her bonus children Stephanie Anderson, Victor Anderson and Crystal Cain and their children and great grandchildren.
And other close family members Reggie and Debbie Steele and Theresa Pope. Her dearest and closest friends Christy Taylor, Ruby Herron, Louise Thomas, Ava Johnson and Antonietta Johnson.

Visitation 10:00 AM and Memorial Service 10:30 AM Friday, June 3, 2022 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. (one block east of Noe Bixby, turn North on Lonsdale Rd).

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Condolence Messages

  1. LaShanda Mayberry

    Sorry for the lost of Sis. Pat keeping you all in my prayers

  2. Linda Anderson

    So sorry to here of the loss of Cousin Pat…she will b truly missed!! Tracy, Inell, and Jewel my prayers r with u, and if I wasn’t so far away u know I’d b there with all of u!
    Rest in God’s loving arms and give Cousin Ted a kiss for me!!

  3. Aunt Pat,
    Last week I was asking my mom has she heard from you or the rest of my family! I was searching and searching! Now I get this news! I hope you know you are such an important person in my life! I love you dearly! Rest peacefully beautiful! I will always love you! Chynika

  4. Dianne Marshall Streat, PGWM

    Dear John,
    You and your family are in my thoughts and my prayers. May God continue to hold you in the palm of His unchanging hand.

  5. Rose M Handon

    Patricia was a tremendous mother, grandmother and foster parent. She helped to raise many children well, along with her former late husband, Theodore Anderson. Condolences to all.

  6. Aunt Pat,
    Last week I was asking my mom has she heard from you or the rest of my family! I was searching and searching! Now I get this news! I hope you know you were such an important person in my life! I love you dearly! Rest peacefully beautiful! I will always love you! Chynika

  7. Joe & Barbara Johnson

    Wayne, Joe and are sorry to hear of the loss of you sister May Bless you and your family. We have each and everyone in our prayers.
    God Bless.

    Joe & Barbara.

  8. Veeta R Clayton

    Aunt Patricia, I know we did not talk much because of our distance. I remember the last we spoke. I was so glad to hear your voice because it had been a while, and we talked for a while, and I mentioned to you that I would love to come and visit you, but I see God had a better plan for you until we meet again you go ahead and rest. I Love You, Auntie

  9. Veeta R Clayton

    Aunt Patricia, I know we did not talk much because of our distance. I remember the last we spoke. I was so glad to hear your voice because it had been a while, and we talked for a while, and I mentioned to you that I would love to come and visit you, but I see God had a better plan for you until we meet again you go ahead and rest. I Love You, Auntie

  10. Sister Pat
    Was one of a kind, she was fashionable, a spiritual saint, a wife, a mom, sister, grandmother, great grandmother and a great friend. Pat had many gifts, she was an interior designer, a stylist, a prophetess and an encourager. Pat we will miss you so much but I know you’re in the hands of our loving savior and reunited with your family and we’ll see you at our appointed time.

  11. Condolences to all of the Pat’s Children, Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren, Brother and Cousins.

  12. My dearest brother, so sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved Sister. My heart go out to you and your family during this difficult time. I pray you and your family strength in the Lord. May you find peace during this time of sorrow.

  13. PGWM Jane R. L. Robison

    GTE John Clayton and Family ,
    Because I care about how you are doing , on this day, I am praying
    that your FAITH will sustain you, encourage your spirit, and see you through
    this time, knowing that your precious sister , is now one of God’s angel’s.
    While you are on this journey of missing her, you are not alone , for our
    Heavenly Father , is walking beside you to , give you comfort .
    Peace and blessings.

  14. Brenda Makins

    Brother CLAYTON.
    I PRAY FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY THE COMFORT OF JESUS DURING THESE TIMES

  15. Nathaniel W.Lawrence, Sr

    Bro John Clayton and Family you have my condolence in your Bereavement
    and May God Continue To BLESS AND KEEP YOU

  16. Marilynn Flint

    My Prayers & Condolences go out to Inell & Family. Pat was happy & had a beautiful smile every time I saw her, nay she & Cousin Ted Rest in Heaven together
    Together Forever❤️❤️❤️❤️

  17. Sending prayers, hugs, and conditions

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