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Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

Philippa Marie (Monsey) Warfield

Philippa Marie (Monsey) Warfield
September 7, 1948 ~ March 23, 2020

Philippa M. Monsey-Warfield, aka Pip, Pippin, Pippa, was the oldest child of three born to Philip Reed Monsey and Beryl Alice May Monsey.

Pippin left her earthly life to begin her journey in heaven surrounded by her family. As hard as this was for her children, her death was beautiful and peaceful. Pippin was a loving mother, sister and friend to many. She could light up a room with her smile. A spiritual and Godly woman, there is no doubt that she made her entrance into heaven with joy and happiness.

Pippin was a 1966 graduate of John Marshall High School. She loved life to the fullest. In April of 2018, she returned to Oklahoma City to live the remainder of her days. She had the greatest attitude and enjoyed every minute of her life. She always looked beautiful.

Pippin was predeceased by her parents and her brother, Mark Reed Monsey.

She is survived by her sons, Matthew Thomas Lynn (Jessica), and Philip (Stephan) Lynn; daughter, Cody Larraine Conklin (Gabe); grandson, Lachlan; sister, Larraine Monsey Warfield; and many loving friends she made throughout her life.

Visitation with urn present will be Monday, 9am-7pm at Mercer-Adams. Memorial service will be Tuesday, March 31, 10:00am at Mercer-Adams Chapel.

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