Jeanette V. Patton

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Jeanette V. Patton, 70, of Tuttle, OK passed away on October 22, 2017. Jeanette was born on March 16, 1947 in Purcell, OK to Delbert and Sis Marlow. She married James Patton of Tuttle, OK on May 23, 1970 and they had one son.

Jeanette was a loving mother, a member of FBC Edmond and FBC Tuttle and had multiple career positions.

She is survived by her husband, James Patton of the home; son, Delbert Patton and wife Brandie Patton of Elgin, OK, and grandchildren, Austin, Michael and Emily Patton. Jeanette was preceded in death by her parents, Delbert and Naomi β€œSis” Marlow and sister, LaPat Dell Roberts.

A visitation will be held from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 25, 2017 at Matthews Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, October 26, 2017 at Matthews Funeral Home Chapel with interment to follow at Gracelawn Cemetery Edmond, OK. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Baptist Children’s Home 16301 S. Western Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73170.

Comments

  1. My deepest heartfelt sympathy and condolences go out to Jim, Bert and their family.
    The love and friendship my sweet cousin Jeanette and I shared, is forever cherished in my broken and contrite heart this day.
    Tears of sadness yet joy, abound as my heart tries its best to recover from the profound loss of my dear Friend and confidant.
    No more sorrow no more pain, for I know where she is right now! What a joyous reunion she is having with her Dad, Mother and beloved sister LaPat Dell and others who were there when. I can almost hear their laughter and sense their hard hugs.
    We shall share our profound grief with one another, as the coming days pass.
    I love you Jim, hang in there. I know whereof I speak. It’s the hardest thing to lose a beloved spouse. God IS Good, that I know.

  2. Jeanette and I have been FB friends since I got on to this. We have played many games together, had long chats about what our kids were doing or problems. I have had her on my FV2 game for eons it seems like. We played, laughed, cried and worked together for years.

    Will miss you terribly my friend. I do have to say that with all the work she was doing to lose weight, get herself back to where she thought she should be health wise, she was a trooper and fought her way thru it.

    I know Jim is going to miss her terribly, but think he can get thru the next few days and be better. He has his family with him now, and sure they will help.

    I love you Jeanette/Nette, always will, and I will see you soon, since we were almost birthday twins, I will be there with you. Love you dearly.

  3. Jeanette was a wonderful fb friend. We would chat on messenger from time to time and I found her to be both funny and profound. We had things in common and knew when I was down and sought to raise me up. I will never forget her warmth and character. I had lost my husband shortly before I met her and her friendship meant a lot. It has been a little over 6 years now. You never forget the people you love. Pushing through the pain of loss can be a daunting task. But my prayers for you Jim and your family are that you will remember the light of your life in the little things. I found signs my husband was watching over me. At first I couldn’t believe it but then sometimes at night, when it was dead quiet as I fell asleep I felt his hand in mine. May you have those moments where you find peace from knowing you are parted for a time, but not forever.

  4. I just saw this on Facebook. I hadn’t been on there in over a week. My heart is broken. Jeanette was a beautiful lady inside and out. I did her hair for many years but hadn’t seen her in quite awhile. We kept in touch on Facebook. I’m just devastated…. My prayers go out to her family.. I know how much she loved them all so much!! I’m really going to
    miss her so much!!πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”

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