Patricia McKenna McGehee
”1930 - 2020”

    Patricia McKenna McGehee

    What though the radiance which was once so bright
    Be now forever taken from my sight,
    Though nothing can bring back the hour
    Of splendour in the grass, of glory in the flower;
    We will grieve not, rather find Strength in what remains behind.
      William Wordsworth

      Patricia McKenna McGehee, 89, Spingdale, AR passed into eternal rest September 9, 2020 at the Maples Care Facility in Springdale, AR after an illness.
      Patricia McKenna was born October 23, 1930 in Hominy, OK the daughter of George and Evelyn (Spicer) McKenna.
      She was a Graduate of Seneca High School. Patricia loved Christmas and decorating for Christmas. Though her working life is worked at the former Welch Egg Plant in Neosho, MO, the former Gene’s Food Market, Seneca and the Seneca High School Cafeteria.
      Patricia moved from Seneca in 1967 to Spingdale, AR. She worked for Welch Foods in Springdale and Scotts Paper Company in Rogers. She accomplished many things in her life including Skydiving at the age of 69. Patricia was a member of the Seneca Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma and was of the Pentecostal faith.
      Patricia was preceded in death by her parents; one daughter, Georgia Miller in 1969, one son Ronnie Paul McGehee, one son-in-law Gene Davis in 2017; one sister Dorothy (Dot) Stoner and one brother Bob McKenna.
      Survivors include two daughters, Jacque Davis, Fayetteville, AR and Rhonda Clariday and husband John, Frisco, TX; one grandson, John Clariday and wife Kim, Frisco, TX and two great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
      Friends and family can view from 9 to 4 pm, Saturday, September 12, 2020 at the Campbell-Biddlecome Funeral Home, Seneca. Graveside services will be held at 11:00 am, Monday, September 14, 2020 at the Modoc Indian Cemetery north of Wyandotte, OK, with Pastor Larry Convirs officiating.
      Resource: Campbell-Biddlecome Funeral Home

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