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Patsy Sue Dillon
February 27, 1940 ~ November 18, 2023 (age 83) 83 Years Old
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Patsy Sue Dillon, was born February 27, 1940 to Ruth & Bill Brown in Prague, OK. She passed away Saturday, November 18, 2023 in Oklahoma City, OK at the age of 83. Patsy attended Capitol Hill High School where she met her beloved Husband Edward Louis Dillon whom she married on February 8, 1957. They were married 62 years before Eddie’s passing in 2019.
She is survived by her Son Eddie Dwayne, Daughter Ludinia Alice & her Husband Rick Lahodny, Daughters Charisma Ruth & Sharon Michelle, Two Grandchildren Sydney Alyece & Landon Lee Lahodny, Sister Geneva Alice Buckner, Sister Glenda Ruth Coodey & Husband Bill Coodey, Brother Paul Dale Whitworth & Wife Monda, Sister-in-Law Anita Brown, as well as numerous other family members. She is preceded in death by her Parents, Husband, Brother Phil Wayne Brown, Sister Ginger Faye Harvin, Brother-in-Law Tom Buckner, and Nephew Jerry Wayne Brown.
Patsy grew up in the First Church of God where she also raised her family. She was an active member, playing piano & singing in church, and was President of the Women’s Christian Auxiliary Group and helped compile the church cookbook that is still used today. Later, she and Eddie became members of Trinity Free Will Baptist Church. Patsy loved and adored children and her greatest joy was spoiling her children, grandchildren, and her many nieces and nephews, especially her namesake, Pamela Sue. Patsy was very adventurous, loved the outdoors, and loved her chickens. She was very creative and loved to do crafts while watching her favorite Westerns on TV. She was best known for her famous homemade egg noodles, which she made every holiday, and has now passed the tradition on to Chrissy and Sharon, because we all know Ludinia Alice can’t cook. Faith, Family, and Love were the most important things to Patsy. Her kind and caring spirit will be greatly missed by all those who had the honor and privilege of knowing her.