Patricia Jenkins was a God fearing and devoted mother, grandmother (Nana), friend, and sister-friend. The late Reverend George and Viola Blackman were blessed with Patricia on June 7, 1952 in Del Rio, Tx. She was their only child. Patricia graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School in San Antonio, Texas in 1970. Following high school, she attended San Antonio College for 2 years. While attending college she met her future husband James Jenkins. Patricia and James were married for 35 years. Out of this union, they were blessed with their only son, James Jenkins II. Patricia accepted Christ at an early age while being a faithful member at New Hope Baptist Church in San Antonio, Texas where her father was a minister. In her later years, Patricia became of member of Breakthrough SA Church and served as a devout member until her homegoing. Patricia was truly a gift to everyone she met. She had a vast network of friends, with many of her friendships spanning decades. Philippians 4:13 reminds us that I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Patricia was a walking reminder of this word everyday of her life as she faced many health and personal battles with a confidence that she knew the Lord was going to carry her through. Traveling was Patricia’s passion. She enjoyed new experiences and spending time with her friends. Patricia also loved shopping, for herself and anyone else. Her true joy in life was her only grandson, James Christian Jenkins. These two shared a special bond and “Nana” was her favorite title. Patricia was preceded in death by her father, Reverend George Blackman, her mother, Viola Blackman, her husband James Jenkins and her aunt Annie Mae Wilson. She is survived by her son James Jenkins; daughter-in-law LaQuanda Jenkins; grandson, James Christian Jenkins III and host of sister-friends and friends.

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  1. Pat was a good friend. Never complained. Gave me good advice. Held me up when I needed it. Pat, go rest high on that mountain, your work on earth is done.

  2. Our deepest sympathies and love to Mrs. Patricia Jenkins, Quardesa and all of the family and friends whose lives Patricia touched.

  3. “Patricia Jenkins” brought so many gifts to our life. We will never forget her! Much love to Pat and all the family. Leon Collins

  4. I had the pleasure of working With P.J. at Professional Nursing Services. She was a Staffing Coordinator, who always had a smile and called us all “Baby.” She was so proud of her son, “Little James” It was a pleasure to have worked and met P.J. Rest in peace P.J. Love you, Your Friend and ex-co-worker, Cecilia

  5. From friends Laura Nell and Rudy Kirby. In loving memory of our Dear friend Patricia Jenkins. Rest peacefully in the arms of our savior.

  6. I was fortunate to know Pat for about nine years. She spoke about her son, daughter in law, and grandson each time I saw her. You could hear her love for them in her voice, and see it in her eyes. We miss Pat at the dealership.

  7. To God be the glory for the great things she has done we know she’s in heaven to James weeping endure for a night but joy cometh in the morning we love but God loves you more be blessed.

  8. Patricia you’ll be missed from our lives but not our hearts. I wish I had more time here on earth with you but heaven gained an Angel.

  9. Dear James, Please accept our condolences for your loss. Your Mom raised a great son so we know she was a great Mom. We pray for your family and your trust she has gone to a better place. Doug & Laura Partain

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