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Patricia Ann Cash LeGeune

Tullahoma - Patricia Ann Cash LeGeune, age 72, passed away peacefully on Sunday, May 20, 2018, at Tennova Healthcare - Harton in Tullahoma, TN. Mrs. LeGeune had a passion for crafts and ceramics. She loved being a mother and grandmother, and family was everything to her. She was the confidant and the foundation that built a beautiful family.

Patricia is preceded in death by her parents, John and Florence Cash; three brothers, Cecil, Earl, and Robert “R.C.” Cash; and one sister, Effie Bales. She is survived by her loving husband of 55 years, Jack T. LeGeune; three sons, Jack C. (Tina) LeGeune, Jeffery (Patricia) LeGeune, and Jonathon (Dana) LeGeune; one daughter, Jennifer (Jimmy) Ingram; one brother, James (Patsy) Cash; eleven grandchildren, Danielle (Eric), Justin (Allie), Sabrina (Ronald), Jennifer, Tyler, Dylan, Brandon, Mason, Preslie, Emma, and L.B.; and twelve great-grandchildren, Mallorie, Caleb, Jazmine, Briggs, Remi, Matthew, Jeffery, Payton, Ronnie, Elizabeth, Makayla, and Jaxxon.

The family will receive friends from five o’clock in the afternoon until eight o’clock in the afternoon on Tuesday, May 22, 2018, at Tullahoma Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held at one o’clock in the afternoon on Wednesday, May 23, 2018, at the funeral home. Burial will follow in Rose Hill Memorial Gardens.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you make donations to Tullahoma Funeral Home in Patricia’s honor.

Tullahoma Funeral Home is honored to serve the LeGeune family and asks that you sign and view the guestbook at


Teresa Nicole Mcbee says:

This was the best women I new. She would do anything for her family and for anyone else for that matter. She will be greatly missed. RIP may u be in no more pain. We love u more than u no. Be free we will all see u again some day you will be truly missed by so many peopke. Love you

Roy Bowling says:

Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the loss of Pat, a wonderful wife to my brother Jack, a mom,a grandmother, and great grandmother . My family shares many wonderful memories visiting y'all in Tennessee, which will forever be in my heart. Rest in peace Pat, you have been through so much over the years, we will miss you.

Etta Mae Cash says:

My Heart hurts deeply for the loss of my Sweet Sister-in-law.. I met Pat 57 years ago when I started dating her brother, Earl Cash. It was not until after we were Married that Pat told me that she didn't like me at first, I asked her why? She said "Because I Thought you were taking my brother away from me". We laughed about that and grew closer as the years went by. We had our children close in age range, we had parties together for the kids and grown-ups. We took family trips together, we've laughed and cried together. Pat was not just My Sister-in-law, She was a Dear and Loving Best Friend who I will miss for the rest of my life and will Cherish her Memory. GOD SAW YOU GETTING TIRED PAT, AND HE WHISPERED ''COME TO ME'',....YOU can rest now, you fought the good fight, you may have lost the Battle but you Won the War.....

Tom Cash says:

As a kid growing up I remember having so much fun with Aunt Pat. I look up to her and Uncle Jack, they were so hip and they had the best parties with the best music and just a good old time with the family. I’ll miss Aunt Pat, I’ll never forget her kindness to me and to everyone around her.
Our condolences,
Tom Pat TJ and Brittany

Justin LeGeune says:

What a wonderful, loving, and caring Granny! She always put others before her and would do anything for anyone! She was a very tough woman fought hard for the life she had! I am so thankful to have had her as my Granny for the last 30 years and so grateful to have the memories we have with her! Just to give an example how strong she is her first leg amputated was a huge scare for me but yet she made it through and was still able to see me get engaged, married, and both of my kids birth and now my kids are 5 and 2 and for that I am extremely grateful and satisfied she was able to see so many accomplishments and major life events in not just mine but our whole family! I know she is very proud of all of us and we are proud of her as well for helping set a great foundation for a great family! We are thankful for everything she has done! We will love and miss you dearly!

Debra Nelson says:

I have known Pat all of my life, so many awesome memories of this fantastic sister-in-law of mine! My prayers are with my brother Jack, their kids Jackie, Jeff, Jonathan, Jennifer and all who loved her! She was one of a kind, always smiling and so sweet! She went through so much and kicked butt the whole way! You will always be missed! Til we meet again, I love you!

Sheila says:

My dear Aunt Pat you will be missed more then words could ever express. You took me in when my mom had to leave to,soon so many years ago. I don’t know what I would have done without you. You have been there for me ever since. I know life has to go on but just like when losing my mom you will be in my thoughts daily. I know you are watching over us all from a better place. I LOVE YOU, I LOVE YOU, I LOVE YOU.

Keith McFarlane says:

Pat, was such a great person. I know her kids loved her death. Just remember growing up across the street and anytime we went over there she had food or drinks waiting for us. She was so caring not only to her kids but to everyone. She always had a huge smile on her face. She meant a lot to me as I was growing up. You will truly be missed and I will be praying for her family.

Kelly Cash Carter says:

Aunt Pat was one of the sweetest ladies I knew. I remember when her, Jack and the kids would come to visit us. Dad was always so happy when they came and sad when they left. Aunt Pat would listen, smile and nod while Uncle Jack told his stories. Her smile lit up the room. She told stories too and I loved hearing about when they were growing up in Tennessee . As an adult when we got to visit, she was more interested in what was going on with me and my family than talking about herself. She made the best banana pudding! I'm thankful for the time I spent with her and cherish the memories I have. She was a Jewel.
Love and prayers from the Cash/Carter family.
Kelly NaTalla Joe and Alexx

Labern Bowling says:

Pat was the strongest person I have ever met. So many memories involve her from my earliest memories til the present. She was the ultimate wife, Mom , Grandmother and Great Grandmother! My prayers are up for the Family and the void that will always be there.

Angela Cash says:

To the entire family I'm so sorry for your loss. Aunt Pat was an amazing lady. I just loved her. Even tho I can't be there plz know I love you all and I'm sending prayers and hugs your way. See you as soon as I can.
Angela Cash

Ms Jackie says:

Prayers to the LeGeune Family. Please know that Pat will be missed by many of us Waffle House regulars where I chatted with Jack & Pat often. I was always amazed I never saw her without a smile, even following health problems she stayed strong, positive and yes, always smiled. I hope the family can find comfort in that she will suffer no more and without a doubt she smiles down on her loved ones from heaven now.

Don Chess says:

Don & Phyllis Chess
May 22, 2018

Our thoughts & prayers are with the family. We loved Pat's zest for life with all of her health issues over the last years. She never
complained and wanted to live life and enjoy her relationships with family. She will be missed.

Chris Armstrong says:

My sincerest condolences to Jack and the rest of the LeGeune family. We do not always understand why we have trials in life, but we we have to trust that God is in control. I'll continue to remember the family in my prayers.

Timothy A Inman says:

My Aunt Pat was a wonderful lady. She was nice, kind, friendly, and strong, to the end! I cannot say one bad thing about her. She left this world loved by many. I have so many fond memories of being with her on holidays, going places with her, and even working with her. My deepest sympathies go out to my Uncle Jack and his 4 incredible children, my cousins Jack, Jeff, Jon and Jennifer.

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