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OBIT: Ms. Patsy Hudson Albritton, Age 70, Of Gordonsville

Ms. Patsy Hudson Albritton

Gordonsville resident and business owner, Ms. Patsy Hudson Albritton age 70, was pronounced deceased at 10:45 a.m. Wednesday morning April 25, 2018 shortly after arrival at the Riverview Regional Medical Center after becoming gravely ill at her Gordonsville Highway home.

Funeral services from the Carthage Chapel of Sanderson Funeral Home were conducted by Gordonsville United Methodist Church pastor, Bro. Floyd Massey, on Friday afternoon April 27th at 1 p.m. Burial followed beside her son in the Gordonsville Cemetery.

One of two children of the late Carl Barrett Hudson who died at the age of 78 on January 18, 1983 and Vida Belle Stout Hudson who died at the age of 83 on April 26, 1992, she was born Patsy Belle Hudson in Shelbyville in Bedford County, TN on February 11, 1948.

She was preceded in death by her son, Richard Glenn Albritton who died September 18, 2012 at the age of 44 of complications from heart disease.

Ms. Hudson-Albritton was the owner-manager of the T-N-T Shell Station Market on Gordonsville Highway in Gordonsville.

A 1966 graduate of Cookeville High School, she attended the Tennessee Technological University. At Cookeville High School she majored in business and had a triple minor in Math, Science and Home Economics and her junior year was secretary of the Future Homemakers of America. Her junior and senior she was also a member of the Tomorrows Secretaries class.

She was the former owner of Auto Parts Plus in Carthage and was formally a partner with her brother in the Cumberland Supply Co. in South Carthage until the early 80’s.

Ms. Hudson-Albritton was of the Methodist faith.

Surviving is her daughter, Rachel Albritton Slagle and husband Phillip of Gordonsville; grandson, Bryson Slagle also of Gordonville; brother, Phillip Hudson Sr. and wife Gayle Lutts Hudson of Gordonsville and their two sons, Carl Hudson Jr. and wife Anna of Lebanon and Phillip Hudson Jr. and wife Dr. Alyssa Hudson of Brush Creek and devoted friends, Sam Harris and Jack Brown.

The family requests memorials to either the Smith County Special Needs Sports or The Lovie Fund, an abandoned animal support fund.