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Shiloh Cemetery

approx. 7 mi. North of Butler,
Custer County, OK


© Shaw Redinger Funeral Homes
Submitted by: Ann Weber


Patsy Jean (Wilkins) Moseley


Patsy Jean (Wilkins) Moseley
January 17, 1933 ~ March 26, 2020

Patsy Jean (Wilkins) Moseley was born on January 17, 1933 to Charles Vestal and Georgia Lou Wilkins. She passed from this life on March 26, 2020 at the age of 87. She spent a few years in California but predominantly grew up in Elk City, Oklahoma. Patsy attended and graduated from Elk City High School.

On July 31, 1949 she married LeRoy Moseley and to this union of 70 years five children were born Ronny, Janet, Dwayne, Jeannie, and Amanda. After marriage she lived in Elk City until 1962 and the family then moved to the farm near Leedey, OK where she had resided since.

Patsy was a homemaker and helped her husband manage the farm. She enjoyed cooking, canning, and raising her 5 children. She especially enjoyed shopping and watching her kids, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren play sports over a span of 6 decades. In recent years she enjoyed watching romantic movies, OU football and the Oklahoma City Thunder.

She was saved and baptized at an early age. She raised her family in church and instilled strong Christian values. During that time, they were members at First Assembly of God Church in Leedey where she was the church secretary for many years. Currently she was a member of the First Assembly of God in Elk City, OK.

Patsy is preceded in death by her parents Charles and Georgia Wilkins, two sisters Reverend Bobbie Wilkin Cavalaro and Betty Nutley, brother Dr. Harold Dean Wilkins, and great grandson Zebadiah Montgomery.

She is survived by her husband of the home LeRoy Moseley; children Ronny Moseley and wife Marilyn of Hammon, OK and their children Ronna, Shanda, and Devin Moseley, Janet Briggs and husband Lyn of Taloga, OK and their children Rothy, Caleb and Chandler Briggs, Dwayne Moseley and Tina of Mustang, OK, and children Kaci, Dylan, Taylor, Brooklyn, Kylar, and Talleigh Moseley, Jeanna Candelaria of Mustang, OK. and children Lauren and Jennifer Candelaria, and Amanda Hill and husband Michael of Leedey, OK. and their children Nathan, Lucas, and Aaron Hill; sister-in-law, Glenda Wilkins; brother-in-law N.C. Moseley; nine great-grandchildren; aunt Jean Cain Miller, uncle Noble Coy(uncle), many nieces, nephews, extended family and a host of friends.

Memorials may be made to the Leedey Education Foundation in care of Shaw Funeral Home, P.O. Box 276, Vici, OK 73859.

Private family service due to the current order to restrict public gatherings to 10 or less people, the family ask that all rules and regulations be abided by.

Funeral Service
Tuesday, March 31, 2020
3:00 PM
Harvest Fellowship Church
Leedey, OK 73654

Private Family Service & Burial ~ burial will follow at Shiloh Cemetery. 


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