Patricia June Neal Shook

December 6, 1937 - December 1, 2023
Patricia June Neal Shook



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Patricia June Neal Shook, affectionately known as Pat, peacefully passed away on December 1, 2023, in Hendersonville, NC. She was born on December 6, 1937, in West Memphis, AR. At the time of her passing, Pat was 85 years old.

Throughout her life, Pat had the privilege of working alongside her son at Artistic Framing, where she found joy and fulfillment. However, it was her dedication and love for her family that truly defined her interests and brought her the greatest satisfaction.

Pat was preceded in death by her beloved husband George “Bud” Davis Shook, father Roy Neal, mother Lois Cardin Neal and brother Roy Neal II. Their memory will forever remain in her heart.

She leaves behind a loving family who will deeply miss her presence: her son, Chris Shook, and his wife, Julie Mallett; her daughter, Bronwyn Hunt, and her husband, Larry Hunt; her cherished grandchildren, Evan Shook, Mara Shook, Aliya Shook, Remi Shook, Wes Hunt, Kelsey Hunt; her sister Betty Santiago, and her husband Jose Santiago; her brother Charlie Neal, and his wife Lena Neal, and Linda Neal, her sister in Law.

Patricia June Neal Shook will be remembered as a devoted wife, caring mother, and adoring grandmother. Her kind and nurturing spirit touched the lives of all who knew her. May she rest in eternal peace, and may her loving memory bring comfort to those who mourn her loss.

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  • December 08, 2023
    Ron Redmon says:
    Dear Chris and family, Every time I drive past your old frame shop, I get warm fuzzies for the many, many good times I had there with you and your wonderful mother. Who knew picking out mats and frames for paintings could be so much fun? And the friendly competition for finding THE perfect combination! My records indicate that Pat regularly beat both of us. But what I've missed most since you closed your shop -- and now forever -- were the conversations she and I had about life, parenting, and the latest news about your lovely family. Oh, the memories. Knowing your mother made my life richer. Thank you for sharing her. I also share her loss. Best wishes to all of you. Ron Redmon Flat Rock