Patrick Ingram Womack

Patrick Ingram Womack

Patrick Ingram Womack, 51, of Hillsborough, N.C. died Monday, August 5, 2019 at UNC Hospice in Pittsboro, N.C. with his family by his side.

Patrick was born June 8, 1968 in Danville, Va., the son of the late Charles Alexander (Zan) Womack Jr. and Bobbye Raye Ingram Womack who survives.  He is survived by his brother, Charles Alexander Womack III, his wife, Gracie Criswell Womack and three nephews; Charles Alexander Womack IV, William Eric Mabry Womack and Andrew Scott Womack; one niece, Caroline Grace Womack and great-nephew, Weston Allen Routh.

Survivors also include an uncle Richard Irvin Ingram and his wife, Jan Chapman Ingram and their daughters, Jessica Reid Ingram and Claudia Raye Ingram Crawford.

Aunts and uncles include David H. Womack and wife, Sydney; Ray T. Womack and wife, Debbie; Jil Womack Harris and husband, Hiter; Robin W. Giles and husband, James.

Patrick attended George Washington High School and graduated from High Point University majoring in History and Political Science. Additionally, he was a published author and the family historian. His papers are being placed in the Virginia Historical Museum.

Patrick was a professional musician and played many instruments and venues with bands such as Aesop and the Fables and more recently, The Cryptics.

He continued to study classical piano and jazz. He gave his loved ones an example in all areas of living.

A memorial service will be held Thursday, August 8, at 4:30 p.m. at Townes Funeral Home, 215 West Main Street in Danville, Va. followed by a private burial for the family. The service will be led by Methodist minister, Susan Hannah.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial donations be made to The Patrick Womack Music Scholarship Fund in care of Charles Womack III, 5586 Anson Road, Greensboro, N.C. 27407.

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