Patricia Mary Caldwell

August 16, 1924November 8, 2020

Patricia Mary Caldwell passed away November 8, 2020. She was born with a twin brother, Patrick, August 16, 1924 in New York to Harold and Marjorie Ferguson, then of Havana, Cuba. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Robert Caldwell, and brothers John and Patrick Ferguson.

She is survived by son Michael Caldwell and his wife LaVadaJo, daughters Lisa, Sarah, Niesha and Cami Grimm and husband Mark and their children Caitlyn and Casey. Daughter Joan C. Auderer, granddaughter Stephanie D. Fox and great grandchildren Alexis, Dayne, and Kaden Fox. Daughter Laurie and husband Jimmie Tuggle and children Kyle and Jennifer Tuggle and their twin children Wyatt and Vance, Krista and Tommy Wade and their sons Chandler and Cooper.

Patricia grew up out of the United States in Havana, Cuba, Santiago, Chile and Mexico City, Mexico. At fifteen she returned to the States where she promptly claimed Texas as her home state. While working in New York she met and married Robert H. Caldwell of Shawnee, Oklahoma in 1945. They had three children mentioned above.

Patricia stilled played golf into her early nineties, was an equestrian, and loved the OKC Thunder, the Dallas Cowboys and the Texas Rangers. An animal lover, she especially loved dogs and her family called her “The Dog Whisperer”.

Patricia was a member of the United Methodist Church where she sang in the choir, helped in the kitchen and helped count tithes. She and husband Robert were members of the Wedding Ring Sunday school class.

Graveside services will be held at Resthaven Cemetery in Shawnee on Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 10 AM.

Visitation will be Wednesday, November 11, from 8-5.



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Joan Auderer

November 11, 2020

I was fortunate to be a housemate with Patricia for fifteen years. After our father, Robert passed in 2005, and my divorce, I moved in with mom so we could take care of each other.
Over the years we laughed, talked and shared everything. We got to know each other as two adults and she was the kindest most gentle woman. She did expect things to be done her way and even though I had been married and had my own ways, we did them her way.
I will love and miss her every day and every day I will thank GOD for letting me be the one that got to spend all of that quality time with her.

Greg Wolfe

November 10, 2020

Our heartfelt condolences for all of you. A prayer of comfort and healing. Aunt Patti was such a beautiful and fun lady, her smile was genuine and her love steadfast. I have the fondest memories of all of you from Skiatook, to Texas and then back to Oklahoma... as a little guy I could not wait to get to Uncle Bob’s and Aunt Patti’s house...the horses, the laughter and the fun... she is welcomed into heaven by those that have gone before her with a smile and a beautiful golf course to play! May you all know how much love she showered us with, and May it bring a smile to your face as she smiles back from heaven. Greg, Toni, Hannah and Max Wolfe

Cami Grimm

November 10, 2020

I am deeply saddened by the loss of my kind, beautiful grandmother and will miss our long distance talks and laughter. Grams may you now be at peace and watch over us all. Your great children (Casey & Caitlyn) will continue to make you proud. Love you.
Cami & Mark
Cincinnati, Ohio


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