Thomasville Times Enterprise


June 16, 2014

Patricia Ann ‘Patty’ Harrell

— Services for Patricia Ann “Patty” Harrell, 56, of Cairo, are at 3 p.m., Tuesday, June 17, 2014, at Pine Level Baptist Church, Cairo. The  Rev. Jim Weaver will officiate. Interment will be at the Maxwell Family Cemetery on Whigham Road in Grady County. Mrs. Harrell passed away at her home in Grady County on Saturday, June 14, 2014. Active pallbearers will be Jason Faircloth, Tommy Jackson, Quinnon Crawford, Tim Bracewell, Trey Harrell, Doug Bell, Sean Maxwell, Nathan Maxwell and David Harrell. Mrs. Harrell was born Nov. 1, 1957, in Stuart, Fla., to the late James William Maxwell and Ruth Opal Smith Maxwell, who survives. On Feb. 6, 1982, she married Wayne L. Harrell, who survives. She was a paraprofessional, who worked for the Grady County Board of Education. She was currently at Eastside Elementary School in Cairo. She also worked at Tangles in Cairo as a nail tech. She was of the Baptist faith.   Survivors include husband, Wayne L. Harrell, of Cairo; son, Jason Harrell (Brittany), of Cairo; grandchildren, Bryce Harrison, Kileigh Grant, both of Cairo, and a third grandchild on the way; mother, Ruth Smith Maxwell, of Cairo; and a sister, Thelma Maxwell, of Cairo. She was preceded in death by her father, James Maxwell; her sister, Maybell Maxwell; and a brother, James “Jimmy” Maxwell. Memorials may be made in Mrs. Harrell's memory to Pine Level Baptist Church, Building Fund, 298 Pine Level Road, Cairo, Ga.  39827. Guests may sign the online register at — Clark Funeral Home

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