Patricia Ann Brassie Isaacs

  • Born: January 7, 1945
  • Died: January 16, 2019
  • Location: Manning, South Carolina

J. Henry Stuhr Northwoods Chapel

2180 Greenridge Road
North Charleston, SC 29406

Tel. (843) 572.2339

Tribute & Message From The Family


MANNING - Patricia Ann Brassie Isaacs, 74, wife of Jerry Lee Isaacs, died Wednesday, January 16, 2019, at her home. Her memorial service will be held at 11:00 am, Friday, January 25, 2019 at the J. Henry Stuhr Northwoods Chapel, 2180 Greenridge Road, North Charleston, SC 29406. A brief gathering of family and friends will follow the service. Patricia was born January 7, 1945, in Phoenix, Arizona. She was a daughter of the late Ralph Brassie and the late Pauline Smith Brassie. She is survived by her husband of Manning; three daughters, Laurie Zimmerman (Dale) of Goose Creek, Lisa Wallace of York and Linda Bredewater (Jason Bernier) of Summerville; five grandchildren; fifteen great grandchildren; a brother, Greg Brassie (Peggy) of Lafayette, Indiana; a sister, Barbara Barbee (John); and several nieces and nephews


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Greg's daughter. Aunt Pat wrote me letters for years when I was a kid. Still have them. Didn't see her and Jerry as much as we would've liked, but my memories of SC are dear to me.

Posted by Marissa Brassie - South Bend, IN - family   January 24, 2019

Patty is my big sister. She watched over Barb and me, especially during the summers when Mom was working. As I think back, and remember some of the special times, I find myself crying and smiling at the same time. There are too many memories to put into writing... but, to mention a few: the summers spent camping at Traverse City ( usually during the Cherry Festival!), the Christmas Eves at Aunt Rox's, with cousin Linda, when I fell off of the Big slide at the park ( and Pat ran all of the way home to get Mom, and ran all the way back), when she comforted me on the dark walk home from seeing the Wizard of Oz at the park( and I was scared to death of flying monkees!), when I reached 5'10" in 8th grade ( and she was amazed that I almost filled the doorway). Or maybe, when we would line up every summer at the Cherry Hut in Holland, with the Burch kids, according to height, to get our picture taken.
There are many more, but they all helped shape the man that I am today. We had some beautiful times in South Carolina, and I love my three beautiful nieces. Thank you, brother Jerry, for giving my sister such a wonderful, fun life, full of adventure ! I'm sorry that we didn't spend a lot more time together... life gets in the way, I guess...
I will cherish the memories forever, and I will always miss my big Sis!
Love, your little brother, Gweggy

Posted by Greg Brassie - Mulberry, IN - Brother   January 24, 2019

Aunt Pat, thank you for the beautiful memories when we were younger, sharing your love of South Carolina with us. Your smile and kindness are near to me.

Sending hugs, prayers, and love to you Uncle Jerry and cousins.

Love,
Laura (Beth) Brassie

Posted by Laura Brassie - Denver, CO - family   January 22, 2019

Pat was a wonderful and loving aunt to my daughters, and a great sister-in-law. She is greatly missed.

Posted by Peggy Brassie - Mulberry, IN - family   January 22, 2019

Our thoughts are with you all

Posted by Denise Sweatman - Bonneau, SC   January 21, 2019

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Posted by WILLIAM PLATT - LAFAYETTE, IN   January 18, 2019


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