Wyant, Patricia Bowling
Birth: Sunday, November 15, 1936
Residence: LaPlata, MD
Death: Tuesday, December 22, 2020 at the age of 84
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Patricia Bowling Wyant 84, of La Plata Maryland passed away on Tuesday, December 22, 2020 at Washington Hospital Center. She was born November 15, 1936 and was the daughter of the late Benjamin T. and Lessie G. Bowling.

Patricia is survived by her beloved husband of 62 years, Fredrick E. Wyant, four children Michael (Debbie), Patti (Paul), Kirk (Chelly), Lisa (Kevin), sixteen grandchildren, Mandy (Brad), Candy (Ryan), Britany (J.R.) Lindsey, Andrew, Ryan, Stephanie, Jessica (Blair), Ami, Darby, Brett, J.T., Kyle, Kayla, Tanner, Bethany and twelve great-grandchildren, Ryan, Chloe, Brianna, Jaylynn, Austin, Brandon, Peyton, Camden, Braden, Kara, Colton and Case. Additionally, Patricia is survived by her sibling: Jean, Calvin (Mary Pat) and sister -in-laws Helen and Muriel. She is preceded in death by her son Steven B. Wyant, brother's Benjamin L. Bowling, Edwin Bowling and brother-in-law Pete Barbour, brother-in-law Daniel Wyant and sister-in-law Carol Wyant.

Pat possessed an incredible internal strength and love for life. She worked as an accounting clerk for Peebles Department Store in Waldorf and the Southern Maryland Credit Bureau in LaPlata. She was an active member of Christ Church, Chaptico. She enjoyed many hours of craft work and was very accomplished at her favorites of ceramics, doll making, and Christmas wreaths. Pat loved to cook and there was never any question about who would be the head chef for any holiday feast.

She made many friends along the way, and anyone who met her knew she had a heart of gold.

Above all else, Pat cherished being a wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. Being Mom and "Maw-Maw" was her greatest passion and accomplishment. She was always there to listen and provide support, never missing a birthday or chance to share in a family

celebration. Devoted, dedicated, caring and loving, Maw-Maw made sure all in her family knew they were loved.

Due to COVID – 19 restrictions the family will receive friends on Saturday January 9, 2021 from 12 noon until a private family service at 1 PM at the Arehart-Echols Funeral Home (211 St. Mary's Ave. LaPlata, MD). Interment to follow at the Christ Episcopal Church Cemetery (25390 Maddox Rd. Chaptico, MD 20621).

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