Obituary of Patricia Aidoo
And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be anymore pain: for the former things are passed away.” Rev 21:4
PATRICIA YVONNE RUSS-AIDOO, 72
Patricia, was born June 28, 1948 to the late Steve Russ Jr. And Analaura Morris in Coconut Grove, Fl. She was a devoted mother, sister and friend.
Patricia, received her education through the Dade County Public School System, where she excelled in her studies.
Patricia, was in her teens when she relocated to Philadelphia, PA where she resided with her Aunt Bernice Anderson. In 1967 she was joined in marriage to Vernon Pryce Sr. and began her own family.
Patricia, relocated from Philadelphia, PA to Syracuse NY to be with her sister, the late Agnes LaMar. She began employment with Syracuse University’s Bird Library. She was passionate about her job, she enjoyed books/reading/learning.
Patricia was loved by many who crossed her path in her Career/travel and her family. She had a passion for life. Her happiest moments were entertaining her family and friends.
Patricia was preceded in death by her parents: Steve Russ Jr., Analaura Morris, Coconut Fl. Two sisters: Agnes LaMar, Syracuse NY and Drucilla Russ, Philadelphia PA.
Celebrating Patricia’s life and cherishing her loving memories are her devoted children: Vernon Pryce Jr. of Syracuse NY, Kodwo Acquah of Syracuse NY and London Rice of Syracuse NY. Two grandchildren: Kiana Pryce and Ama Acquah both of Syracuse NY.
Nieces and nephews: John Powell of Nashua NH, Michael LaMar(Gail)of Green Cove Springs, FL, Sheryl LaMar of Syracuse NY, Brenda Warren(Roy) of Syracuse NY, Karen Williams of Syracuse NY, Lonnie Williams (Janise) of Syracuse NY, Roderick Williams of Syracuse NY, Kenderick Williams (Jenny) of Syracuse NY, Detrick Chipman(Dr. Shelby)of Tallahassee,FL,Damon Johnson (Dashida)of Philadelphia PA, DeAngels Johnson of Tallahassee FL, and many more nieces and nephews, cousins and a host of friends.
To God Be The Glory-Lovingly Submitted, The Family
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