May 13, 2013

Patricia Ann "Pat" Phillips

— Patricia Ann "Pat" Phillips

Graveside service for Patricia Ann Phillips, age 67 of Ninnekah,  will be held at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, May 1, 2013, in Fairlawn Cemetery. Grandson, Michael Mills will officiate.

Patricia Ann was born the daughter of Elmer Gibson and Mertha Burks Gibson on June 30, 1945 in Oklahoma City. She died on April 27, 2013 in Oklahoma City.

Pat grew up in Oklahoma City where she married Sam Phillips on Nov. 6, 1961. In 1973, she and her family moved to Chickasha. Pat loved to sew and made many blankets for her kids, grandkids and great grandkids. She spent her life as a devoted wife and mother who dedicated her time to caring for her family.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Elmer and Mertha Gibson; sister, Betty Watt, and grandson, Jason Mills.

Survivors include her husband, Sam Phillips of Ninnekah; son, Paul Phillips of Chickasha; daughter and husband, Ginny and Joe Mills of Chickasha; daughter and husband, Karla and Jess Schenk of Ninnekah; daughter and husband, Beverly and Monty Daniels of Chickasha; eight grandchildren, Greg and wife Ethel, Damian, Nicole, Samantha and husband Brandon, Joseph, Dayanna, Cody, Shayla, Michael and wife Aubrey; seven great-grandchildren, Braden, Justin, McKenzi, Harley, Ross, Bentlee, Kyler, Jayden and Monica; brothers, Tommy and Leslie Gibson of Florida.

Service will be under the direction of the McRay Funeral Home.

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