Patricia Joan Taylor, 10:00 am, Wednesday, February 7, 2018


Patricia Joan Taylor, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, passed away January 31, 2018, at the age of 77. 

She was born November 22, 1940, in Hobart, Oklahoma, to Eugene Douglas & Nova Georgia (Butler) Scarberry.  Patricia loved her little dog, “Angel.”  She sold antiques, but specialized in Chinese antiques.  Patricia was a OKC Thunder basketball fan and she loved to travel.She was a member of St. James Catholic Church.  Patricia was a graduate of Capitol Hill High School and she was a member of a classmate’s lunch group that got together and she really enjoyed each of them. 

She is survived by her daughter, Sabra Taylor; brother, Billy Wayne Scarberry & wife, Evalin; and sister, Nova Jean Kemp & husband, Paul.  Patricia is preceded in death by her parents, Eugene & Nova Georgia Scarberry;   

Funeral Services for Patricia will be held at 10:00 AM, Wednesday, February 7, 2018, in the chapel of the John M. Ireland Funeral Home, located at 120 South Broadway, Moore, Oklahoma.Interment to follow at Memorial Park Cemetery, in Oklahoma City.  Services are under the direction of the John M. Ireland Funeral Home & Chapel. 

The family wishes to express their appreciation to Hannah Christian, RN and the nurses and staff of 5 East at Integris Baptist Medical Center for the special care and attention given to Patricia. Also, thanks to Heather Gfeller and Bellevue Health & Rehabilitation Center for their excellent care.




Jeanie Schaefer commented on 06-Feb-2018 03:03 PM
I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers. Pat was my dearest friend since we were thirteen years old. I cherish the wonderful memories of all the fun times we shared together. The last few times we visited at Bellview we talked and laughed about all the fun and silly experiences that we had. One of the things that I found so endearing about her was her ability to laugh at herself. She had such a grueat sense of humor. She was a blessing to my life and I will miss her always.
charlotte chambers commented on 06-Feb-2018 03:40 PM
we talked every day,i am going to miss her..she always made me laugh.
Sabra Taylor commented on 06-Feb-2018 04:22 PM
I would like to apologize to family and friends that posted condolences the last several days. Many of them were lost including my own. I would be grateful if you could please post again.
Sabra Taylor commented on 06-Feb-2018 10:59 PM
I can honestly say that I had a great mother. While l hated being an only child I was blessed in many ways. It never mattered what I failed or succeeded at in life, she was always proud of me and told me so. Even in the midst of adversities or disagreements we learned how to better communicate. We were always there for each other.
My mother had a great sense of humor. She could always laugh at herself, which was a good thing as we all laughed at her as well as with her. Her antics were hilarious and numerous. There was rarely a day that went by that we didn’t talk and find a reason to laugh... even during her last days. I will miss these moments the most.
Thank you my dear Mother for the unconditional love you gave me and all the many wonderful memories you have left with me. Until I see you again I will look for the cardinal. I love you, Sabra


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