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Patricia Lou Carver

December 8, 1945 — August 28, 2023

Ocean Springs, MS

Patricia Lou Hartman Webb Carver, known as “Pat”, 77.  Passed away at home peacefully with family by her side, following her courageous battle with cancer, in the care of her loving daughter in Ocean Springs, MS. Patricia became a resident of Heaven on Monday, August 28, 2023. PTL!

She was born December 8, 1945, in Plymouth, IN, the daughter of Willis Earl and Florence Alice (nee Woolington) Hartman. She grew up living and loving the water in her early years on Koontz Lake prior to moving to Plymouth, IN where she attended school and graduated from Plymouth High in 1964.

On July 26, 1964, in Plymouth, she married Daniel “Danny” Webb. They resided in Plymouth where they had four children: Daniell, Michele, Joelle and Nathaniel.

Pat primarily focused on raising her family; but she did handle the office/bookkeeping responsibilities for her husband’s business, Webb Plumbing and Heating.

Pat was very involved with her children and their activities: Polk Township 4-H Club, weekend horse shows, and the family would frequently go on trail rides with neighbors in the community to state parks in IN and nearby states.

At 1:00 a.m. on December 21, 1976, Pat accepted Jesus as her Lord and Savior which gave her a new passion in serving Him through catering at various men and women fellowship groups in the area. She also made time throughout her years for bible studies which she developed several close friendships that she cherished until she transitioned to Heaven,

On October 25, 1985, Patricia married Bobby Carver. They were married for 32 years enjoying his children, grandchildren, and extended family in Meadowview, VA.

After her children were grown, she worked in various office management positions which she retired from in the early 2000’s.

After Bob’s death, Patricia moved back to Indiana where they had a condo on the St. Joe River in Mishawaka IN. She enjoyed the life of being on the water again. Patricia resided there; and, for the last few years enjoying the waters and winters in Naples, FL with her close friend and companion, Robert DeBuysser, until she became ill.

Patricia is preceded in death by her parents, sister Bonnie Frushour, her husbands, Danny Webb and Bobby Carver. Patricia is survived by her children: Daniell (Mark) Barton of Ocean Springs, Mississippi; Michele Stump of South Bend, Indiana; Joelle (Buddy) Ryall of Osceola, Indiana; Nathaniel Webb of Elkhart, Indiana.  Besides Patricia’s four immediate children, she has eight grandchildren, twelve great grandchildren. Patricia is also survived by a sister Jan (Larry) Fisher of Plymouth, IN and half-brother Clayton Hartman of Florida. One aunt, one uncle, numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins also survive. Additionally, she had cherished stepchildren and step grandchildren whom she would want to know she loved very deeply.

Patricia attended several churches in her lifetime and discovered that there is only one true church, the body of Christ here on earth, called to learn to love and live for Jesus! Her greatest desire in life was in hoping that her family and friends accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior; so that they would have eternal life.

She sends love and hugs to her dynamic prayer warriors, her sisters in Christ, who always helped to remind her to “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding, but in all your ways acknowledge Him and He will direct your path!” Proverbs 3: 5,6. Praise the Lord, HEAVEN IS FOREVER!

Keep your eyes on the eastern skies, Jesus is coming soon!

No service, per Pat’s request, will be held as she believed in celebrating her life while she was still here.

The Riemann Family Funeral Home, in West Jackson County is proudly serving the Carver family.  View and sign the online register book and share memories, condolences, and photos at www.riemannfamily.com 

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