Patti Weins

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Patti Sue Willingham Weins, 77, of Kellyville went home to be with her Lord and Savior on November 1, 2022. She left this life and entered into the arms of her loving family awaiting her in Heaven.

Patti was born to Louie and Francis Willingham Bartlett Hospital in Sapulpa, Oklahoma on March 28, 1945. She was the middle of seven siblings.

Patti followed proudly in her father’s footsteps and worked at Liberty Glass Plant in Sapulpa for a decade. Shortly after leaving Liberty Glass, she married Henry Weins on January 22, 1982. Together they successfully ran Weins Machine Shop until their retirement.

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Patti had many hobbies and interests that she pursued over the years but her favorite were her grandchildren and going to the casino. Even in her last years, she would bribe her family and nurses to take her. Patti also had an eye for decorating, enjoyed baking and eating sweets, watching sports on television, and listening to Garth Brooks’ music.

 

Patti is survived by her son Paul Mayberry (Teresa) of Mannford, Marla Sanchez Frere (John) of Tulsa and Sherri Weins Harvey (James) of Wheatland, Wyoming. Grandchildren Chris Murray (Vanessa) of Grand Prairie, Texas; Lacee Sanchez Downie (Brad) of Jenks; Bailey Pelfrey Harvard (Trevor) of Worland, Wyoming; Anthony Mayberry of Norman; Brody Mayberry of Edmond, and Cruz Sanchez of Austin, Texas. Great-grandchildren: Scarlett, Max and Rex Murray; Jetson Sanchez, Brixson and Gibson Downie, and Henry and Howie Harvard. Sisters Vickie Wroten and Katheleen Cheesman of Sapulpa, and numerous nieces and nephews.

 

Patti was preceded in death by her parents Louie and Francis Willingham; siblings Shirley Anderson, John Willingham, Ed Willingham, and James Willingham; as well as her beloved husband of 38 years Henry Weins; step-daughter Leann Weins Cline.

During Patti’s 77 years, she touched many lives in ways that cannot be measured. Her love and presence will be missed by all