In celebration of the life of Patricia Jorgenson
Patricia’s desire was to make the most of every moment with those she loved. In her marriage and as a mother, she sought to connect with her family in the deepest ways while growing daily in an abiding relationship with God.
Family and Faith first.
As JH Outback season is in full swing, there are so many opportunities to invite others, volunteer, and attend. It’s so important for all of us to slow down and invest in the relationships that matter the most. Life is full of hectic schedules and never ending excuses, and we may not have as many chances as we think to spend a weekend in an undistracted environment with our loved one.
Before her untimely death, Patricia Jorgenson was able to spend two weekends at JH Outback Nashville with her husband and with her daughter. She prioritized and invested in her relationship with God and her family. Patricia’s walk on earth ended abruptly on August 26, 2018 in a car accident. However, her influence and investment in others will never stop. Patricia leaves a legacy of intentionality and compassion, most significantly with her husband, Brian, and her children, Connor and Riley, but even further to her friends and community at church, school and JH Outback Nashville.
Patricia’s desire was to make the most of every moment with those she loved most. In her marriage, and as a mother, she sought to connect with her family in the deepest ways while growing daily in an abiding relationship with God.
Her infectious smile and the joy she radiated was clearly fueled by her assurance in the unconditional love of God. Patricia lived daily her desire to connect first with God and then with others. This intentional lifestyle was seen in the way she brought family and faith focus to all areas of her life. The very fabric of Patricia was to connect at these deep, intentional levels.
Her family was transformed with deeper connections, and she seized the opportunity at the Nashville Outback to be the vehicle towards her goals.
“He will turn the hearts of the parents to their children, and the hearts of the children to their parents.”
The JH Outback community will always miss Patricia and the spirit in which she followed the Great Commission. With gratitude for your life well lived.