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July 7, 2014

Janet E. Fitzpatrick

— Janet E. Fitzpatrick

Funeral service for Janet E. Fitzpatrick, of Cement, will be 1 p.m., Tuesday, July 8, 2014 at the Cement Assembly of God Church, Cement.

Janet Elaine (Self) Fitzpatrick went home to live with her Savior on July 4, 2014 and truly gained her independence.

Janet was born Dec. 12, 1960 to Arthur Lee and Myrna Ednamae (Akin) Self in Cyril. She attended school at Cement for 12 years, graduating with honors.  She worked at Pet Inc. in Chickasha for 17 years until the plant closed.  She then worked at a daycare in Ninnekah and for the Chickasha Express-Star.

She married Anthony Givens and to that union her son, Mikel Anthony, was born in 1987.  After that marriage ended, Janet taught Children’s Church at the Cement Assembly of God.  In 1991, she married Vernon Fitzpatrick and they moved to Ninnekah.  They later moved to Cement and bought a home, choosing to live close to family due to her failing health.

Janet is survived by her husband, Vernon Fitzpatrick, of the home; her parents, Arthur Lee and Myrna Self, of Cement; her son, Mikel Anthony Fitzpatrick and his fiancé, Moriah Wyble, of Chickasha; her one loving grandson, Robby Fitzpatrick, of Chickasha; brother, Wayne Self and his wife, Donna, of Ninnekah; nephew, Chris Self and his wife, Ashley, of Cement; niece, Andrea Harrelson and her husband, Todd, of Fredonia, KS; three great nephews, Aiden and Connor Harrelson of Fredonia, KS and Harley Self of Cement.

She was preceded in death by her fraternal grandparents, Austin and Belle Self and her maternal grandparents, Mike and Leota Akin.

Janet enjoyed listening to Christian television shows, but most of all she enjoyed spending time with her grandson, Robby.

Interment will be the Celestial Gardens Cemetery, Cyril under the direction of Sevier Funeral Home, Chickasha.

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