Patricia Martin Phillippe

Patricia Martin Phillippe , 83 years old, of Port St. Lucie, Florida, formerly of Jacksonville, Florida, passed away peacefully on July 20, 2022 at Accent Hospice Care Center in Dunedin, Fl. In lieu of flowers the family will be accepting donations for Care Net Pregnancy Services of the Treasure Coast in Port St. Lucie, Florida. Click here to donate: ( https://www.myegiving.com/App/Giving/carenet)

If you’d like to send a card or a note or a memory please mail them to 2319 Moore Haven Dr. West Clearwater, FL  33763. 

Patricia  was born on October 4, 1938 in Jacksonville, Fl to James E. Martin and Evelyn Louise Bailey. Patricia married Steven Phillippe Sr. and they were married over 50 years. They had four children, six grandchildren and three great grandchildren. The couple moved to Port St. Lucie in 1975. They raised their four children there. Patricia worked for the family business and was an active volunteer at her church, the local foster home, and the Care Net Pregnancy Services. 

Her family and her faith were her passions, especially her grandchildren. Her time was spent doing her volunteer work, serving her church, and organizing family get togethers. She loved babysitting her grandchildren and taking them shopping for school clothes, ice cream trips, and to church with her. 

Patricia is survived by her children Deborah Phillippe Dykes, Glen Phillippe, Steven Phillippe Jr. and Trish Phillippe Smith as well as her brother, James E. Martin, Jr, and her grandchildren Heather Brock, Amanda Brock, Beau Phillippe, Sawyer Smith, Mason Smith, and Coral Smith and her great-grandchildren Jayden Cameron, Colt Pernell, and Violet Phillippe. 

Patricia was preceded in death by her parents and her husband.

2 Responses

  1. So missed already…. Thank you for being the most Amazing Grandmother I could have ever had. You have always been a light in a dark world and your love for our family was genuine. You led by example, you always kept your cool, you walked in the truth of God and his peace in your life was evident. I think about you everyday and thank God for all the memories. I know you are with the Lord and I am happy for you…….. love you always, Heather

  2. Miss you so much Aunt Patti. To my favorite Aunt who always made our family get togethers with my cousins fun. I’ll always remember the smile on your face that you gave to everyone and your laughter when sitting around and just chatting. I thank God everyday for having you in my life, you will always be in my heart. ❤ Love you, Kimberly

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