Patricia Ann Wynn

April 03, 1947 ‒ January 16, 2021

Loudonville, Ohio

Patricia Ann Wynn passed away Saturday, January 16, 2021, in Wooster Community Hospital. She was 73.

She was born on April 3, 1947, to parents Richard & Betty (Chambers) Wheatley in Cambridge, Ohio. After Patricia graduated from Brown High School with the class of 1965, she married Robert Wynn on February 12, 1966, and they were married for 51 years until Robert’s passing in March of 2017.

Patricia worked as the manager of the Mickey Mart in Loudonville for 12 years until retiring. She was also a member of the New Hope Community Church.

Always with a smile on her face, Patricia had the ability to love everyone. She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren and joining family on vacations and camping trips. In her spare time, she also loved to tend to her flower gardens.

She is survived by her children Rob (Melinda) Wynn of Loudonville and Melissa (Steve) Bailey of Loudonville; five grandchildren: Katelyn Kerver, Christopher Bailey, Austin Kerver, Courtney Bailey, and Seth Wynn; three great-grandchildren: Jude Jenkins, Brennen Bailey, and Brantley Davis; and her sister Pam Mossholder.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Robert Lee, and her brother Charles Wheatley.

A graveside service will be held on Thursday, January 21, 2021, at 1 p.m. in Loudonville Cemetery with Pastor Rob Paterson officiating.

Snyder Funeral Home- Lindsey Chapel is honored to serve Patricia’s family and encourage you to share a fond memory or message of condolence to them at SnyderFuneralHomes.com

  • I was stunned to read of Patty’s passing. We just got kind of reacquainted after many years. She couldn’t believe that I remembered the time the rat ran up her pant leg in the barn while tending baby lambs. And the time the snake was curled up on her countertop…. Laughter is the best medicine! What a special lady. Prayers for peace and comfort for the family.

  • Pat was my neighbor and friend for many years. Her and her husband rescued our cats when there was a fire and we were not home.
    Such a kind, caring woman. She will be missed.

    Prayers and comfort to her family.

  • My deepest condolences to Missy, Chris, Courtney, Brennen, Brantley and your entire family during this difficult time. Thinking of you all.

  • My deepest condolences to the Wynn and Bailey families. Pat was a very loving and caring lady. I know she loved her family deeply. May God bring comfort to your family. With deepest sympathy, Sharon Syler