Reverend  Kermit A. Patton

Reverend Kermit A. Patton

PATTON, REVEREND KERMIT A. of Waterford; Went home to be with the Lord November 1, 2015; age 80; Loving husband of Barbara; Beloved father of Randall, Ronald (Sheri), Richard, James (Karen) and Michael (Mary). Dear brother of Venita (Harold) Batten; Also cherished by 14 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Reverend Patton served the Lord as Pastor of Waterford Baptist Cathedral. The family will receive friends Thursday 4 to 8 p.m. at the Riverside Chapel, Simpson-Modetz Funeral Home, 5630 Pontiac Lake Road, Waterford. Funeral Services will be held in Chaffee, Missouri. Interment Rock Hill Cemetery, Puxico. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society.
July 29, 1935 - November 1, 201507/29/193511/01/2015
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Dorothy A. Bilyeu
November 4, 2015
Many happy memories were made with him when he was at 1st General Baptist church in Decatur, Barb was a very good friend and we (my husband and I ) after they moved to Springfield, Mo. He assist when my husband had his first heart attack one evening when several from our... Continue Reading
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Ken Morris
November 3, 2015
Ken and Nancy Morris will always remember the Patton's pastoring the First General Baptist Church in Decatur, Illinois. Such good people who truly loved the Lord and served Him with all they had.
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Williams Family
November 3, 2015
We are very sorry for your loss and our condolences to all. The pain of death can be overwhelming no matter what the age. The Bible provides comfort during difficult times. We are promised at 1 Corinthians 15:26 that very soon "death will be brought to nothing." Then we ... Continue Reading
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Patti Anderson
November 3, 2015
Uncle Kermit was such a kind and caring man, I will miss him greatly. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family, and especially Auntie Barb.
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