Patricia Kay (Weaver) Hollowell passed on July 1, 2017 at her home in Wynona, with her family at her side.
Patricia better known as Patti, or Patti Kay, was born October 10, 1962 to Kennon and Judy (Rice) Weaver in Fairfax, Oklahoma. Patti graduated from Hominy High school in 1980. In her adult life, she worked at several different places; The Sewing Factory in Pawhuska, Teresa's Drive Inn in Wynona, Cupids Sewing Factory in Hominy and ending her working career in Wynona at the Convenient store where she worked for at least ten years.
Patti has two children who she raised on her own with the help of her parents, until getting with Jim Lott, with whom she's been with for the past 21 years, gaining a step daughter from that union. Although she only had two children of her own, there is several others she loved as her own, allowing some to live at her home when needed, many who still call her mom, because she was like a second mom. Patti has three granddaughters from her two children, two grandsons from her step-daughter and many others who called her mammoo, just the same as her grandkids, which she loved just as her own.
Patti is described by her family as a strong, independent, hard worker, who loved her family, extended family and friends very much. She loved spoiling her grandkids, having gatherings with her family and friends. Patti also enjoyed working in her yard and doing home repair projects.
Patti is preceded in death by her dad, Kennon Weaver; her maternal grandparents, Glen and Leila Rice; and her paternal grandparents, Aaron and Dollie Weaver.
She is survived by her husband, Jim Lott of the home; her son, Justin Rhynes of Wynona; daughter, Nichole Garrett and husband Jason of Wynona; mother, Judy Weaver of Wynona; brother, Tommy Weaver and wife Lisa of Hominy; sister-in-law, Candy Lott and wife Meredith of Tulsa; step-daughter, Cynnamon Lott of Hominy; her three granddaughters, Kali Rhynes, Addyson Garrett, Jaylynn Garrett; two grandsons, Tynan Justice, Kyng Walker; a handful of nieces and nephews, several aunts, uncles and cousins, along with several others who called her mom or mammoo.
A memorial service is scheduled for 1 p.m. Friday, July 14, 2017 in the Hunsaker-Wooten Funeral Home Chapel at Fairfax, Oklahoma with Pastor Mark Formby, officiating.