Catherine Patten


Mailing address:

697 Blythewood Rd. SW

Cleveland, TN  37311

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After careful consideration, we have decided to cancel our 6th Annual Wine for the Mind Fundraiser which was scheduled for Friday, October 23, 2020. The health and safety of our guests, volunteers, and staff is our top priority.

We will be hosting a virtual fundraiser later in the year. Stay tuned for more details.

This pandemic and economic crisis has affected so many. We don’t know where we are headed in the future but hope you will be along for the ride.

To our guests, sponsors, volunteers, donors, supporters, staff, clients, and families-THANK YOU! We appreciate your unconditional love and support over the years. We love you and are grateful for you.


Stay well,

Catherine and Love Nancy

Love Nancy relies on fundraisers, grants, and donations to help support their programs which include: CAREavan, Pajamas for Your Mama, and Fun with Friends. You can donate by visiting the Donate tab on Love Nancy's website, Facebook page, or Amazon Wish List on Love Nancy is a nonprofit 501c3 organization and your gift could be tax-deductible. Thank you for your continued contribution and your support!

In loving memory of Pam Dietrich. She was a longtime family friend and dedicated volunteer to Love Nancy. She will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Dietrich family.


Click on a photo below to see what Love Nancy has been up to!

Catherine Patten - Unwavering Advocate for All

​​News Channel 9

June 16, 2014


This week's story takes us to Cleveland where we recognize Catherine Patten, a tireless community volunteer and advocate for adults with disabilities. 



The Adventures of Supermom

January 31, 2014


This is the story of a family forever changed by Alzheimer’s. It is told in honor of my “SuperMom,” Nancy Haug Patten. She raised four children: my sister Amy, me, my brother Charlie, and our youngest sister Maggie. Mom was amazing! She loved animals and “oldies” music. She was an accomplished nurse, much beloved by her patients. Alzheimer’s took all of that away.

Love Nancy

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