PATSY JO WEBB McClerkin
January 22, 1946 – August 1, 2022
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Resident of Germantown, TN and wife of Jesse McClerkin, passed away in the early morning of Monday, August 1, 2022.
Mrs. McClerkin was born January 22, 1946, to Harold Wayne and Louise Jones Webb in Memphis, TN. She received her education at Kingsbury High School and studied at Northwest MS Community College. She married Jesse Earl McClerkin in 1978 and worked alongside him at McClerkin Motors for over 35 years.
A committed Christian, Pat enjoyed sharing the love of Christ by welcoming others and hosting Bible Studies in their home for decades as well as serving numerous local churches and faith-based organizations such as FCA, Life Choices Board, Center for Religious Expression (Board Member Emeritus), & Alliance Defending Freedom. Her passion for all things patriotic and political motivated her to Host Mid-South Viewpoint at WCRV, where she interviewed political candidates and hosted discussions of current events and issues.
Together, Pat and Jesse traveled extensively, even participating in many international mission trips. She enjoyed her boot camp workouts at the GAC, watching college football, reading, and challenging herself to continually learn something new. She treasured the friendships that she cultivated throughout her lifetime. Most of all she cherished being a grandmother to her many grandchildren and great-grands. She has left a legacy of faithfulness, generosity, tenacious perseverance, mentorship, and encouragement to many.
Mrs. McClerkin is survived by her husband of 44 years, Jesse McClerkin, her sons, Mel Loftis, Jr. (Leslie) of Jackson Gap, AL, and Mark Loftis (Stacy) of Germantown, TN; and nine grandchildren, as well as a stepdaughter Janice Tate of Orlando, FL and two stepsons, Dale McClerkin of Brighton & Carey (Renea) McClerkin of Munford and 7 step-grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, as well as her brother, Lee Webb and sister, Ann Davis.
She was preceded in death by her parents Wayne and Louise Webb, a step-son Keith McClerkin, and granddaughter Kara McClerkin.
Those honored to serve as pallbearers will include Chase McClerkin, Thomas Loftis, Andrew Loftis, Christopher Loftis, Micah Loftis, and Patrick Loftis,
The family would like to thank the many people who cared for her health over the past three years and the many sweet friends who loved her so well.
The family requests that memorials be directed to Mid America Baptist Theological Seminary, Life Choices, or Crossroads Baptist Church