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Patricia Ruth McCrillis Freeman passed away Friday December 2, 2016 at Eastar Hospital. At 90, she lived a very pure life and made many friends through the years. Born to Tom and Altha Areba (Brown) Scott on September 20, 1926 in Oklahoma City.
Patricia married Lloyd G. McCrillis in the mid-forties and then gave birth the Linda in 1948. Followed by Sharon, Sammy and Kathy. While raising her children, she attended vo-tech training to become a nurse. She worked at Muskogee hospital and later became Dr. Carson Oglesbee's nurse for 18 years. Everybody loved Pat for her compassion to help all the people she met. She later went to work at Jess Dunn Correctional Center in Taft for 3-4 years. While working there, she married Troy Freeman. After retiring from Jess Dunn, she lost Troy Freeman in 1981. She was also preceded in death by her parents; daughter, Sharon Bell.
She is survived by daughters, Linda Wheat and husband Bill, Kathy McCrillis; son, Sammy McCrillis; granddaughters, Mendy Irons and husband Duane , Samantha Totosoros and husband Jeff; grandsons, Brian McCrillis, Danny Bell and wife Teresa, Mark Bell and wife Christina; great-granddaughters, Adrienne Dunn and husband Zach, and Lauren Sawyer and husband Justin, Taylor McCrillis, Madison McCrillis, Arianna McCrillis, Isabella McCrillis, and Jada Bell; great-grandsons, Tommy Totosoros, Jordan Totosoros, Blake Bell, and Dalton Bell.
A funeral service celebrating the life of Patricia Freeman will be at 2:00 pm, Thursday, December 8, 2016 at Muskogee Seventh-day Adventist Church with Pastor Perry Flerchinger officiating. Burial to follow at Greenhill Cemetery with Mark Rainbolt, Brandon Brewer, Brian McCrillis, Thomas Totosoros, and Jordan Totosoros serving as pallbearers.
The family has entrusted Bradley Family Funeral Service with the arrangements. Friends may send condolences to the family at www.bradleyfuneralservice.com
Published on December 6, 2016
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