Mrs. Patricia Plummer Albritten entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, September 29, 2021. She was the first of seven siblings (five girls, two boys) born February 2, 1941, in Albany, GA. Blessed by her birth were two proud and loving parents, Mr. Booker Thomas Plummer and Ruth Whitfield Plummer who departed this life preceding her demise.
Mrs. Albritten graduated with honors from Monroe High School, Albany, GA. Her matriculations also include Albany State University (College), BA Degree in English and Literature; Atlanta University, Atlanta, GA, Masters in Social Work; and certifications in real estate and life insurance. She excelled in all academic endeavors by working diligently in all of her degrees and licensures. Patricia’s life’s journeys include hairdressing for neighbors and friends; teaching at two local high schools, Monroe High School and Albany High School, respectively; Elbert County High School; and Worth County (Sylvester) High School. After many years of teaching, Pat retired and began another career with Dougherty County Department of Family and Children Services as Director of Social Services. Intermittently, she worked as an insurance agent and real estate broker.
Ms. Pat’s (as she was affectionately called) career endeavors left lasting and positive impressions on students and co-workers. An avid Baptist who truly loved and revered the Lord, also, left lasting imprints on her church affiliations at Friendship Baptist Church.
Her marriage to Ulysses Albritten began a phase in her life that she really savored and enjoyed immensely!
Ms. Pat was preceded in death by her husband, Ulysses Albritten. His death in 2018 impacted her spirit to a degree but not in her love for God. She affectionately called him, “Dad.” They were truly a loving pair. She was also preceded by her loving sisters, Mrs. Annette Plummer Davis, Albany/Atlanta, GA, and Jan Plummer Sheats, Atlanta, GA; and brothers, Del Plummer, Atlanta, GA, and Booker Thomas Plummer, Jr., Albany, GA.
Left to mourn this phenomenal lady are sisters, Lanette Plummer, Atlanta, GA, and Dorothy Plummer Johnson, guardian and caregiver, Albany, Ga; one aunt, Cheryl Plummer (Ralph) Anderson; and one sister-in-law, Cheryl Nelson (late Booker Thomas “Pip”) Plummer. She is also survived by her cousins, the Plummers, Armstrongs, and Whitfields, who will savor her life’s memories. She will also be remembered by her loving stepchildren.
Pat was a true servant of God who did whatever she could for anyone. The most important cycle of her life was giving. She gave compassionately and willfully to everyone who asked. She gave from the depths of her heart.
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