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Patrice D. V. Woodard

Died: Mon., Jan. 13, 2014


3:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Fri., Jan. 31, 2014
Location: The Derrick C. Jones
Funeral Home P.A.


10:00 AM to 10:30 AM, Sat., Feb. 01, 2014
Location: St. Bernardine RCC

Funeral Service

10:30 AM Sat., Feb. 01, 2014
Location: St. Bernardine RCC

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Patrice Denee' Woodard was born on May 23,
1984 at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center.
Patrice suddenly went home with her Lord and
savior Jesus Christ on January 13,2014 after a
very short but devastating illness.

She was the daughter and youngest baby girl
of Patricia Harris and only child of Malcolm
Douglas Ramsey Jr. Tricie, as she was
affectionately called, attended Little Miss

Muffet Day Care Center prior to attending st. Alphonsus Catholic School. While
attending Little Miss Muffet she was chosen to be the bride in the infamous Tom
Thumb Wedding commencement exercise. Upon leaving preschool, Patrice tested
at a 5th grade reading level before entering kindergarten. Patrice attended Scotts
Branch Elementary, Old Court Middle, and Milford Mill Academy High School. She
was a honorary top 10 student of her graduating class in 2002 along with having
the highest SAT test score for that year at that school. She received a scholarship
for Morgan State University, but gave it back to attend Penn State University with
hopes to becoming a veterinarian.

After attending Penn State for one year, Patrice left school to start a new life in
marriage with Terrill Woodard. In that marriage they had three children. They
moved to Virginia then later moved to Washington State.

Patrice was employed as a stay home mom raising her three children. She loved her
position as a mom. She home schooled her children. She later become employed
with Google and YouTube.

Patrice was baptized at St. Bernandine's Roman Catholic Church. She attended
Capital Christian Center Church in Washington State and was also a member of a
social group named Unique and Unstoppable Women's Lunch Break that consisted
of 150 women.

Although quiet and timid in nature, Patrice had an extremely big and loving heart
and was very kind hearted. Patrice was very sweet and was called "A Lady" by
many friends of the family. If there was any confusion in her presence, she would
depart from it and go in the opposite direction. Patrice's passion in life was to raise
her children and be there for them at all times.

Now that she was gone home to be with the Lord, we will always love her and
remember her for what she represented in life. One of her strongest attributes was
that she was always willing to listen and lend a positive word of advice.

When she first became sick, Patrice told her mom that she was ready to join her
deceased loved ones and she couldn't wait to see them. Preceding her in death
were sister Antoinette, her grandmother Mama Virgie, and her grandma Becky.

Patrice leaves to cherish her memory two daughters Alicia and Aviana, one son
Tehran, her mother Patricia, father Douglas, sister Karlnetta, neice Derricka,
nephew Derrick, great niece Milan, great nephew Makai, grandfathers Louis and
Malcolm Ramsey Sr., a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and close friends.

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