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Patsy Carol Whitehead

January 13, 1950 ~ February 7, 2018 (age 68)

Patsy Carol Whitehead was born on January 13, 1950 in Lawton,

Oklahoma, the only child of the late Johnny and Johnnie Brown. At an early age Pat and her parents moved to Fresno, California where she

completed her elementary and high school education. Pat moved to

Oakland, California where she met and married Lonell Whitehead. Pat is survived by three wonderful children & one stepson. Pat, also known as PB, worked for PG& E for 32 years. Although she was an only child, it was during the early years of PG&E at the Oakland office where she

developed close friendships with a few of her coworkers who would later become her extended family. These friendships continued to develop over the years and were very dear to her. They had became the siblings she

didn’t have. Her extended family was always very important to Pat. While working at the Oakland call center she met Gary Bostick. They quickly became close friends and in no time were an item. While living in

Pittsburg he took a good liking to her children and he raised them and called them his own. They enjoyed life together until Gary fell ill and

departed this earth in 1998. Pat worked hard and took her job seriously. She participated in many activities while at PG&E that included bowling, softball and on occasions, a day at the races. She worked her way from an entry-level position to a management position by the time she retired in 2009 from the Sacramento office. Pat was very well received, she opened her home to many. Her hospitality was nothing short of the best, she made everyone feel welcomed and went the extra mile. Amongst many things she was known for a good party yearly that everyone attended from all over. She loved to entertain and enjoy time with friends and family both here and in the Bay Area, making lumpia, playing cards, dominoes,

watching her San Francisco 49ers and her tennis. After her illness, when she could no longer entertain at home, she loved going to Thunder Valley where she played the blackjack tables and poker machines. Pat’s children were very important to her and watching them succeed was all she ever wanted. She was very proud of how well all of her children are doing in life. She departed this life on February 7, 2018 and was preceded in death by her husband Lanell Whitehead. She leaves to carry on her legacy and to cherish her memories, Damon Whitehead (Brianna), Lonell Whitehead II, aka monk, (Dymeisha), Natalie Whitehead (Claybern), Crystal Whitehead, one god son Terry and 11 grandchildren, little Damon, Lamia, Damonie, Jayden, Nia, Chloe, Bella, Khalia, Khaled, Jamari and two dear and best friends, Freda Criddle and Kitty Russell Banks.


Forever my lady

Mom you were such a phenomenal woman I will continue to uphold the legacy you created you worked hard and paved the best way of life a Mom could for me and my siblings that we will forever be grateful for thank you for being the apple of my eye and staying on me to be the best i can be i will always make sure we good long as i have life in me i love you With love Natalie


Mom i love you more than words can explain i will remember you and the life you built for me and my sisters you upheld your responsibilities beyond measure i promise to protect and take care of my sisters and keep us tight we all we got your son Monk

Momma pat i love you...theres no words that can define my love for you...only God knows thats....The true God is Love im thankful to have shared good times as well as bads time...but never ugly times....also thankful that i enjoyed some last good moments with you having fun talking that WHITEHEAD Talk...you have been a good mother figure. To me and my younger sisters n brother.... I must say goodbye for now with passion love i will miss you....let the lord show up And show out your with him now may God bless us all i love you momma pat...your oldest son...

Dear Mama.

You always told me that “you only get one mom”. No one can ever replace you. I must say job well done. You are a very strong. Matriarch of our family. Love you always Mama. Your baby girl.


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