Patsy Yvonne Sullivent
Funeral services for Patsy Yvonne Sullivent will be at 1:00 PM Saturday, November 18, 2017 at the Roberts Funeral Home Chapel in Healdton, Oklahoma. Burial will follow in the Mount Olive Cemetery. Visitation will begin Friday at the Roberts Funeral Home Chapel.
Patsy Yvonne Sullivent was born September 25, 1935, in Gainesville, Texas, to Daniel B. and Daisy Lee Lee Trammell and went to be with her Lord and Savior November 14, 2017. She is preceded in death by two brothers - Rodney and Danny Trammell. She married the love of her life Robert W. Sullivent in 1965. He preceded her in death in July of 2006. She truly missed his love and companionship over the last ten years.
Patsy leaves behind: two daughters - Karon Betts and her husband Bill, and Sharon Clevenger; one son - Robert C. Sullivent and his wife Eda; one stepdaughter - Dana Schultz; two granddaughters - Mindi Moss and her husband Travis, and Brittney Stone; and great grandchildren - Brenden and Kaylee Moss. She also has many step grandchildren and great grandchildren and numerous friends, nieces and nephews and extended family.
Patsy was a loving and kind person who never met a stranger, once she met you, you were a friend for life. Outside of motherhood, Patsy enjoyed several occupations. She owned her own beauty shop and worked as a licensed beautician. She also embraced her love of music and managed a local record shop. In her younger years, she modeled and sang in a band. She finally gave up outside employment to concentrate on her greatest endeavor, motherhood. She loved nothing more than being a stay at home wife and mother. Patsy had hobbies and if you knew her long enough you surely benefited from her talents. She was a wonderful cook and liked nothing better than to take a batch of cookies or a homemade cake or pie to her friends at the bank or wherever she would be visiting that day. The same could be said of her passion for gardening. She grew most of her own vegetables and shared with family, friends and neighbors. It was a sad day for her when she had to give up her garden due to her health. An amazing seamstress, she could create items from a simple skirt to the most elegant gowns and wedding dresses. She was an artist with numerous paintings hanging that attest to her skills with a paintbrush and canvas. She was truly a talented lady.
Patsy had the gift of love and was well known for her kind spirit, and positive attitude. She would help anyone in need and often did so without regard to her own situation. She loved working at the Funeral Home and her loving heart provided solace to many grieving families. Her compassion included all animals and most of her life she had pets she was deeply devoted to. Patsy was a woman with qualities and talents you don't often find all wrapped up in one human being. She was never one to give up on life. She was active and good natured throughout her illness. She spent her last year living in the country, in a log cabin with her daughter Karon Betts, and son-in-law Bill. She loved being close to the animals and enjoyed the outdoors. She was especially attached to her mini donkey, Tucker. Tucker and the miniature horses would often come indoors for frequent visits when Patsy became unable to venture outside. Patsy was a devout Christian and looked forward to the day she would walk with her savior and be reunited in heaven with loved ones.
The family would like to especially thank Becky, Tim, Katy and Matthew Glenn; Shannon, Jennifer and Betty Roberts and Bobby and Mary Chaney for their love, and friendship throughout the years.
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