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Submitted by: Ann Weber

Patricia Sue (Bowles) Fogg

Patricia Sue (Bowles) Fogg
February 6, 1965 ~ February 14, 2020

Patricia Sue Fogg, 55, of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, died Friday, February 14, 2020 at Jane Phillips Medical Center.

Patricia was born February 6, 1965, in Bellflower, California, to parents David Rogers and Lydia (Keith) Bowles.

She worked as a waitress for Dennys and IHOP for many, many years.

Patricia enjoyed watching crime television, collected beanie babies and loved playing Candy Crush! Her greatest life moments were the births of her children, Christopher Frank Escobar on May 5, 1985 and daughter Brandy Marie Scanlon on September 8, 1989.

She was preceded in death by her parents and Father Kermit Otie Bowles.

Patricia is survived by her son Christopher Escobar; daughter Brandy Marie Scanlon and husband Nick; grandchildren Lena Marie Scanlon, Skyler Manuel Escobar, Tiffany Sue Escobar, Ashley Nicole Escobar and Alexia Lynn Escobar and siblings Ricky Brown, Dixie Bell, Diana Guitierezz, Geary Stroup, Larry Stroup and Melinda Shatswell.

Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at 2pm at Stumpff Funeral Home with cremation to follow. 

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