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Pat Shull
November 28, 1941 - November 24, 2020

Becky Patricia Shull, 78, died at her home on Tuesday, November 24, 2020.

An icon of community theatre in the Upstate of South Carolina, Pat graduated from Columbia College where she traveled with the Piedmont Performers performing The Lost Colony.

She has directed hundreds of plays and musicals in the Upstate and performed in so many more.

Her friend, Beverly Henderson, contributed this beautiful tribute to let the world know who Pat Shull was.

"She was a wonderful friend…she supported and encouraged me…she brought out the best in me…and even got me on stage a few times. Sometimes we had different ideas about direction or music, but she never ever judged me or forced her opinions on me. She had a magical way of making me see that she knew exactly what needed to be done. And she was right! She was a brilliant director! Anyone who has ever worked with Pat Shull can tell you that!

She was loving and real. She was an encourager, an inspiration, a fighter. She was an unbelievably talented artist, writer, actress, director.. a defender of those in need, a lover of animals…any animal. She was a dear friend. I loved Pat so much and it’s comforting to know that she will always be in my heart. I am better for knowing her.

"Loss of a friendship through death is a cruel and cold companion. Warmth is found through fond curl up with them whenever you need to." I plan to curl up for quite a while. I love you, my dear friend."

Her friends will be hosting a memorial service at 3:00 pm Saturday, November 28, 2020 (her birthday) at South Main Chapel and Mercy Center, 2408 S. Main Street, Anderson, SC 29624. Kurt Stutler will officiate.

The Standard Cremation & Funeral Center is serving the Shull family and a message of condolence may be sent by visiting
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Dona Shiflette

Posted at 08:16pm
Pat Shull was one of the most talented directors in the upstate of South Carolina. If she was directing a show, one would not need to inquire if it was a good production or not, people just knew: if she was directing, it was great. She got bitten by the theatre bug early in life while studying at Columbia College and it never went away. She did the starving actress thing in New York and then traveled with a professional acting troupe. She threw herself completely into every show, whether onstage or directing. In the last few years she gave stellar performances portraying "Miss Daisy" in "Driving Miss Daisy," and "Ouiser" in "Steele Magnolias," just to name a few. She was involved in hundreds and hundreds of shows. She knew how the get the best out of her actors with just enough criticism and lots of encouragement. But what she meant to me was: a true friend. For the last 5 years she was my next door neighbor and I considered her family. She came to our family dinners and celebrations and my family loved our "Miss Pat." Goodbye sweet friend. I'll see you again. And from our show of a year ago: "It means so much to have someone.....waiting." I love you, Pat.

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