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Patsy Jean (Pat) Manor
 

Memorial for Patsy Jean (Pat) Manor

Born in Austin, Texas on Jul. 14, 1954
Departed on May 30, 2010 and resided in Austin, TX.
Visitation: Monday, Jun. 7, 2010
09:00 am - 7:00 pm
Service: Tuesday, Jun. 8, 2010
12 pm
Cemetery: Cook Walden Capital Parks
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Patsy Jean Hunt Manor, 55, beloved wife, mother, daughter, and baby sister was born on July 14, 1954 in Austin, Texas and passed away Sunday, May 30, 2010 early morning, due to health issues and complications of the heart. Patsy was the youngest of seven children of Dale and Ora Lee Hunt.

While growing up here in Austin, Texas she was a member of First Baptist Church, 4805 Helflin Lane and has attended churches in cities and states where she lived. While residing in Germantown, Maryland she was a faithful member of Seneca Creek Community Church, where she participated in the choir, the welcome team and a variety of other duties. Since moving back to Austin, Texas, she and the family joined St. Mary's Baptist Church, in Pflugerville, Texas.

She graduated from McCallum High School in 1972 and attended Huston-Tillotson College (currently known as Huston-Tillotson University) and graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education in 1976 and later she earned a Master's degree in Elementary Education from Southwest Texas State University (currently known as Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas). While attending Huston-Tillotson, she participated in several school activities. She pledged and became an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Patsy Jean became an elementary school teacher at Zavala Elementary in her first years of teaching in the Austin Independent School District (AISD). She also was a teacher in Terre Haute, Indiana, Alexandria, Louisiana, Anthony ISD in El Paso, Texas, Silver Springs and Germantown, Maryland are both apart of Montgomery County Public Schools. It was stated by one of the principals in Montgomery County Public Schools that she was, "A gift to Montgomery County Public Schools." She taught for over 29 years. She taught the first and fourth grade for 6 years, then she taught sixth and seventh grade reading at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School for eight years. During her teaching duties, Patsy was over the after school homework club, mentored several students, assisted in evening activities--events held at the school. She was a very dedicated, hard working, devoted, and loving teacher. She enjoyed working with others, teaching, and being around her family. She went through Breast Cancer in 2007 and has been a cancer survivor for 2 years. During her treatments she still taught her students and never complained. She had a very positive outlook on life.

She was preceded in death by her father Dale Hunt, and four brothers, Robert L. Hunt, Larry D. Hunt, Dale Hunt Everett and Roy Lee Hunt. She is survived by her husband of 27 years, Victor Manor, Sr.; two sons, Victor Manor, Jr., Vincent Manor; one daughter, Vanessa Manor; and two step-daughters La'Trease married to Courtney Boston, and Kristi married to William Joy. She was a beautiful, devoted, fun loving mother and sister. She is also survived by her mother Ora Lee Hunt, one brother Louis C. Hunt and wife Frances of Crowley, Texas; two sisters, Stella Hunt Pullin and husband Bennie of Austin, Texas, Mattie Hunt Carter and husband George of Desoto, Texas; several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and dear friends who loved and adored her dearly. They appreciated her sense of humor, strength, warmth, smile, big heart, and generous spirit also survive her. Patsy Jean Hunt Manor was preparing for the king and she will be deeply missed.

We want to express our deepest thanks to the staff at Scott & White Hospital in Round Rock and Temple, especially to Dr. William G. Peterson, MD, Director, Section of Pulmonary Function. In Lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to hospice, Race for the Cure, or the American Cancer Society.
  

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