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Georgetta L. "Pat" Merchant

According to her wishes, no services will be held for Georgetta L. “Pat” Merchant, who passed away peacefully on Feb. 24 by her daughter’s side in Grass Valley. She was 74.

Mrs. Merchant was born on Dec. 9, 1932 to George and Martha Jackson in Hubbard, Ore.

She moved with her husband to Washington, Calif. in 1961 and then to Nevada City and then Grass Valley in the mid-’70s. Mrs. Merchant worked at Johnny’s Do-nut Shop for many years. She was a homemaker and took care of her husband for last 14 years before he died. She enjoyed cooking, bingo, her adult center outings and walking with her dog.



Mrs. Merchant is survived by her daughters and sons-in-law, Sandra Lee and Tim Merchant of Grass Valley and Julieanne and Shane Andrews of Gardnerville, Nev.; daughter, Ina Crovo of Grass Valley; sisters, Gene McCubbins and family of Seattle, Wash., Juanita Smith and family of Wentachee, Wash., and Doris Flowers and family of Wilderville, Ore.; grandchildren, Vicki Lee Thacker, Shawna Dee Thacker Graves and husband, Gary, of Nevada City, Justin Peace Thacker and wife, Lisa, of Grass Valley, Christian Merchant of Grass Valley, Annalee Levitan of Grass Valley, Risa McClendon of Yuba City, Leyah Andrews of Grass Valley, Jolianne Victoria Vannberg of Grass Valley, and Trent David Crovo of Cedar Ridge; great-grandchildren, Travis, Errinlee and Shawn Graves, Tanner, William and Carson Thacker, Alondra McClendon, Kremmer Jenkins, Avery Levitan, Jasmine Andrews, Ian Lan Vannberg, Gaberial Vannberg, Crysuss Shima and Kaden David Crovo. She was preceded in death by her husband in 1996.

Arrangements are under the direction of Hooper and Weaver Mortuary.


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