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Patt A. Webb

July 23, 1949 ~ February 4, 2020 (age 70)

Obituary

Patt Webb, 70, of Broken Bow, left this world on February 4, 2020, in Plano, TX, surrounded by her loving family.  Patt was born July 23, 1949 in Burney, CA, to Henry and Babe (Hamlin) Williamson.

Patt was a member of the Victory Life Church in Broken Bow and had lived in Broken Bow since 1965 coming from Burney.  Pat cherished family time, vacations together, especially cruises and R.V. trips.  She enjoyed spending her time riding her motorcycle, camping, hiking, riding her ATV, and playing games.  She had been involved in the ARK (Animal Rescue and Kare) for the past twenty years.  Patt was known for her open and honest opinions.  Her faith was strong, even in the face of adversity.  Patt was a fighter and would fiercely defend anyone or anything that she believed in!  If she was your friend, she was the most loyal friend you could ever have!  She loved to raise a garden, canning, and cooking.  Patt had an appreciation for handmade and home grown.  She was a fantastic cook and loved having family and friends over.  Patt truly cherished family time together and would always express that she was thankful for it!  She had a love for music and enjoyed dancing, playing cards and games with family and friends, going to the casino and any time that she spent doing anything with her grandson, Kruse.  He was the light of her life!  Patt always had more to give than she was willing to take!

Patt married the love of her life Glen Webb on September 19, 1969, at the Church of Christ of Broken Bow.  They enjoyed everything together but most of all riding their four-wheelers together and traveling; especially their trips with their family to Hot Springs.

Patt was preceded in death by her parents, Henry and Ruby Williamson and Lester and Babe Hamlin; sisters, Vinita Day and Betty Williamson, brothers and sisters-in-law, Harlin and Mary Williamson and Jerry Williamson; brother-in-law, George Toten; sister-in-law, Freda Austin; mother and father-in-law, Sam and Betty Jo Webb; and her canine companions, Little Bit and Buddy.

Patt is survived by her loving husband, Glen Webb, of Broken Bow; daughters, Glena and Roger Ward, of Broken Bow, and Minda and Audie Lewis, of Broken Bow; son-in-love, Jeff Wright, of Broken Bow; grandchildren, Kruse Ward, of Broken Bow, Breanna and Bud Webb, of Greenville, Ashley Lewis, of Greenville, and Grayson Lewis, of Terrell; great-grandchildren, Braleigh Ridgeway and Jenson and Jaguar Ditto, all of Greenville; brother, Jim and Cindy Williamson, of California; sister, Leola Toten, of Broken Bow; brother-in-law, Bill Austin, of Broken Bow; sister-in-law, Georgia Williamson, California; her four-legged kids, Ellie Mae, Blue Eyes, and Sugar; several nieces and nephews; a host of other relatives and many friends, including her families at the ARK, Suds-n-Such, and her morning coffee crew.

In lieu of flowers, Patt and her family has asked donations to be made to the ARK; those can be made at First Bank, 710 S. Park Dr., Broken Bow, OK  74728, PO Box 1023, Broken Bow, OK  74728, or dropped off at Wright Ideas Flowers and Sweet Shoppe.

A Celebration of Patts’ Life will be Saturday, February 8, 2020 at 11:00AM, at the Victory Life Church, Broken Bow, with Pastor Jimmy Jeter officiating.

The family will be welcoming friends to share stories of Patt on Friday, February 7, 2020 from 6:00-8:00PM, also at Victory Life Church.

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Visitation

Victory Life Church
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    Broken Bow, OK

Funeral Service

Victory Life Church
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    Broken Bow, OK

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