Patricia (Pat) Paralee O’Hagan

Patricia (Pat) Paralee O’Hagan


Pat passed away gracefully February 8, 2023 surrounded by her loving family. She was 77 years of age and was born in Oklahoma City, OK, on October 30, 1945 to Doyle and Vera (Beth) Clark. She married Victor O’Hagan in 1963 and moved to Nicoma Park in 1968 with her family, where she lived for the remainder of her life.

Pat’s chosen career was of a wonderful and generous Mama and homemaker for her family. Even though Victor provided a nice income for the family, Pat was the glue that kept the home together. She always had a hot meal waiting for her children and husband, and insured everything was provided for in their home. As much as she cherished home life, she also enjoyed her time bowling with her friends, going on vacation trips, shopping at the antique stores and having fun at her favorite bingo destinations. She loved to collect dolls and clocks, and display them proudly all over the house along with her antiques she collected. She always enjoyed dressing up and going out with friends and family. She enjoyed her many friends, whom she cherished throughout her life.

Pat was preceded in death by her loving husband Victor, her parents Doyle and Beth Clark, and her sister Duanna Martin-Cole. Pat is survived by Vickie and husband Clyde Manning, Doyle and wife Jennifer O’Hagan, and Vera and husband Michael Cook. She had many grandchildren; Jeremy Cook, Shelby Kitze, Seth O’Hagan, Brayden Reed, Courtney Nickell, Levi Cook, Sara O’Hagan, Sage O’Hagan, and Guinnevere O’Hagan. She had great-grandchildren; Mayzlee Kitze, Briggs Kitze and Cooper Nickell. She also had may loving nieces and nephews.

She is loved and will be cherished forever.

 A graveside service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, February 15, 2023 at Resthaven Gardens Cemetery in Oklahoma City, OK.

1 thought on “Patricia (Pat) Paralee O’Hagan”

  1. Ernie Norsworthy

    We are so shocked and saddened by “Miss Pat’s” sudden passing. She was always so good to check in on us and see how we were doing, ask about the family and bring us goodies from time to time. She was a good lookout for our property when we had to leave town. She and Vic were such a nice and caring couple to us and always willing to help with whatever they could handle depending on their health.
    We will always have fond and loving memories of both of them. Today again, we are lonely and saddened by the quiet from next door.
    Blessing, Prayers and Love to the entire family.
    Ernie & Kathy

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