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Patricia Anne Page

June 16, 2020

Obituary

A bright light in the lives of everyone who knew her, PATRICIA ANN PAGE departed this life on Tuesday, June 16, 2020, at Samaritan Hospice in Mt. Holly, New Jersey. She was 63.

Patricia was born on March 25, 1957, in Wilson, North Carolina to the late Ruthevea and Jerome Williams. When she was a little girl, her family moved North, where she grew up in Trenton, New Jersey. She was educated in public school systems both in Trenton and in Brooklyn, New York. For most of her professional career, she worked in secretarial and administrative positions. She was employed by the New Jersey Department of Education. For the nearly three years, she has been a member of Faithful Missionary Baptist Church in Trenton.

Known as either “Tricia” or “Pat” to friends and family, she had a magnetic personality that attracted people to her. She was fun-loving and contented in her life. When Tricia was around, there was always lots of joy and laughter. She was known for her love of good music, singing, and dancing; everyone enjoyed watching her break into her James Brown moves. Tricia was also an old-movie buff and loved kicking back with a black-and-white film. Most of all, Tricia had a big heart, and she unselfishly lavished her love on others. She especially loved her family and was always there for them when they needed her.

In addition to her parents, Tricia was preceded in death by her brother, Jerome “Junie” Boykins; a sister-in-law, Sandra Williams; her great-grandparents, Nover and Joseph Boykins; her grandparents, Fannie and James Wingate; uncles, Curtis Harris, Cammon Benison, and Elthel Mae and Curt Horton; great aunt Donnie Mae Hooks aunts, and her aunts Elizabeth Ann Wingate and Constance Harris

Tricia leaves to cherish a lifetime of beautiful memories her husband Mitchell D. Page, whom she married in June 1984; two children, William R. Williams of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and T. Missy Balmir (Gerard) of Roselle, NJ; three grandchildren, Brandi and Brielle Blackshear, both of Trenton; and Cazmir Williams of Ft. Lauderdale; seven siblings, the Rev. Linda F. Bynum of Wilson; Sandra A. Jenkins of Willingboro, NJ; Wanda D. Boykins, Gary L. Boykins, Joseph E. Williams, and Tommy Lee Williams, all of Trenton; and Prathan N. Williams of North Carolina; a step-daughter, Muffie Page of Trenton; three godchildren, Deschelle Davis of Philadelphia, PA; Ayanna Harris Barnes of Trenton; and Bre-ana Wingate of Brooklyn; nine aunts and uncles, James (Marjorie) Wingate of Trenton; Jean Harris of California; Carolyn Benison, Veronica Fay Wingate (Ernest Bell), Mary Sandra Wingate, and Jeannette (Cordova) Williams, all of New York; 17 nieces and nephews, Christopher L. and Rodney Bynum, both of Wilson; Min. Genikwa R. Williams, Constance Woods, and Melannie Jenkins, all of Willingboro; Leemarr Boykins, Ja’Leesa Boykins, Ramel E. Williams, and Jenell Boykins, all of Trenton; Gary Boykins, Jr., and Jada Baldwin, both of New York; Earl S. Williams of New Jersey; Fatima N. Williams of Delaware; Prathan, Jr., and Jamel Williams, both of New York; and Rome C. and Aiyanna R. Williams, both of North Carolina; and a host of beloved cousins, other family members, and friends.

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