Patricia Anne Youngblood Martin
February 12, 1953 - December 19, 2018
Patricia Anne Youngblood Martin, age 65 of Augusta, GA entered into rest on Wednesday, December 19, 2018. Patricia was a beloved mother and wife who loved her yard work. She was a person who never met a stranger and was a wonderful cook who never used a recipe. She was even known to have created her own recipes from time to time.
She is preceded in death by her husband, Henry C. Martin, Sr., parents, Franklin and Dora Youngblood, grand-daughter, Taylor M. Martin and nephew, Jason Youngblood.
Survivors include her children, Lisa D. (Matthew) McGuire and Henry C. (Kimberly) Martin, Jr. Grandchildren, Katelyn V. Martin and her fiancé, Bryson Morris, Alyssa F. McGuire, Brianna C. Martin, Kaliyah N. Martin, Sierra Martin, Kaylee Martin and Olivia Martin. Brothers, Frank (Wanda) Youngblood, Ricky (Penny) Youngblood, Sisters, Elizabeth Youngblood Dawson, Tracie (Triston) Dawson and Jackie Warner. Nieces and nephews, Jamie Tanner, Alicia (Jimmy) Haywood, Alexis Chandler, Frank (Miranda) Youngblood, III., Olivia, Sierra and McKinnley.
A Memorial Service will be held at 2pm on Saturday, December 22, 2018 at Canaan Baptist Church, 3907 Mike Padgett Highway, Augusta, Georgia. Pastor Mike Andrews officiating. The family will receive friends at the church one hour prior to the memorial service.
Monetary donations can be made to the American Cancer Society in lieu of flowers.
Online condolences may be expressed at www.arlingtonfuneral.com Arlington Burial & Cremation, 1220 George C. Wilson Drive Suite C, Augusta, GA 30909. (762) 994-0311.
R.I.P.AUNT PAT.we going miss you and all the laughter we had.im glad that we got to see you.Joe and cheryl - December 22 at 8:31 PM
Lisa and Henry I'm so sorry for your lost, the one thing I will always remember about Pat was her smile, and how she loved family and people , and her butter grits and coffee in the morning she taught me about forgiveness she will always be missed and loved ,Patricia Phelps, Destiny Phelps,, Seth Oellerich.Patricia Phelps - December 21 at 3:07 PM
Gosh. Hard to find words. ??She was so sweet to our family. No one ever had a bad word about her. Hard working. I remember going to her pool get together one day and when I stepped in her house it was spotless! So glad she is in no pain anymore and home with Jesus!RIP Miss Pat. You will be missed God Bless and keep your family!So SorryJames and Christine Dickerson - December 21 at 10:49 AM
Henry, Lisa and Family, I am deeply saddened by the news of your loss. I pray that God will grant you the strength to get through these days ahead with my most sincere condolences. Pat will always have a special place in our hearts and memories,Burton Family - December 21 at 9:12 AM
I remember when I had physical custody of Brianna Martin,Patricia was always there to help me out with diapers and loved her grandchildren with all her ?? and always will. Her little great granddaughter Kaliyah Martin loved her Nana Pat and loved seeing her until Pat got real sick. Pat ,I promise Kaliyah will never forget her Nana Pat. RIP Patricia Martin. I know in my ?? you are in Heaven with Taylor Marie Martin take care of her.Till We Meet Again in Heaven! I love you and will miss you.Shirley Jones - December 20 at 8:38 PM
The times we have had together from grade school to we met up and became family. You were always so comical and kept me laughing. Even when I had my tubuligation. I had to go back into t1he hospital because you wouldnt quit making me laugh and I tore some stitches. I'm going to miss you but now you are in God's hands. What a sweet place to be.Nancy Hall - December 20 at 8:36 PM
I remember the first time i met her she welcomed my self and husband and daughter with open arms .we were friends ever since that was back in 1981.Wendy shaw - December 20 at 8:12 PM
Rip aunt pat . you be miss. Sorry for your loss. Love you guys.Fred shaw jr - December 20 at 8:06 PM
What I will remember most about Pat was her smile and how quick she always to share a word of encouragement. She will be missed, but Jesus has welcomed her home.Cathy Arnold - December 20 at 7:13 PM