Our beloved Patricia Ann Alston departed this life on February 10, 2021 at Saint Frances Medical Center. Patricia was born August 8, 1950 in Brooklyn, New York to the late Josephine and Willie Jones, Sr.\n\nAt an early age, Patricia accepted Christ as her Savior and later made a public profession of Faith and discipleship through Baptism. To continue to grow her relationship with God, Patricia regularly attended Bethesda Baptist Church and Saint Paul's Baptist Church and consistently practiced the teachings of the Bible in which she held very dear.\n\nFor over 25 years, Patricia worked in the healthcare industry as a nursing assistant where she poured herself into caring for others.\n\nPatricia's witty sense of humor, infectious smile, laughter, and loving spirit greatly impacted those around her and is what has held and will continue to hold the family together. While in her presence, you were sure to be loved, fed, and welcomed with open arms. Patricia's favorite pastimes included spending time and shopping with her daughters and grandchildren, scrapbooking, and taking any opportunity she could to share her love and admiration for the Lord.\n\nPatricia was preceded in death by her husband, Roosevelt Alston and daughter, Felicia West. She was also preceded by her sister, Zella Smith; five brothers: Willie Jones Jr, Ronnie Jones, Raymond Jones, Larry Jones, and Warren Jones.\n\nPatricia leaves to cherish her memory, two daughters, Cassondra Blackstock (Kevin) and Fayeshon Davidson (Keith). Six grandchildren: Rashedia West, Kevin Blackstock II, Maya Davidson, Nijah Blackstock, Rayshaunda West and Damian Davidson, Jr.; two great-grandchildren: Camden Talley and Rylan Mitchell (all of Chester, VA); three sisters: Debbie Adams (Brooklyn, NY) Sandra Jones, (Clermont, FL), Kathleen Jones (Chesterfield, VA) and one brother, Joseph Jones (Brooklyn, NY) and a host of other cherished relatives and friends.\n\n\n\nFuneral service will be held on Tuesday, February 23 ,2021 at 2 PM at Mimms Funeral Home, 1827 Hull St. Interment Dinwiddie Memorial Park.