Patty E. Cooley
Patricia Elise Cooley, 71, passed away on Sunday, November 10, 2019 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Memorial service will be held on Saturday, November 16, 2019 at 10:30am at Dighton Marler Funeral Home in Stillwater.
Patty was born on July 22, 1948 in Dewey, Oklahoma to Lee and Elise Still. She grew up in Dewey and Bartlesville, Ok and graduated from Col High in Bartlesville. She then attended Oklahoma State University where she met her Hunk-a-Hunka-Love. She married Johnnie Cooley at St. Johns University Parish in Stillwater in 1969. She loved to sew and read in her spare time and she would whip your tail in Scrabble any day. She also loved chasing around her grandkids.
Patty is preceded in death by her parents and three brothers, David Still, R. Micheal Still and Terry Still, and one niece Caroline Still.
She is survived by her husband Johnnie Cooley, her children Casey Murphy and husband Sean, Jill Phillips, and John Cameron Cooley and wife Sara, her grandchildren Alida McFarlin, Jasmin Phillips, Cara Beth Cooley, Leila Kaviani-Far and Riggs Cooley. She is also survived by her Ride-or-Die BFF Jeanne Wahpekeche. Memorial contributions can be made to the American Diabetes Association c/o Dighton Marler Funeral Home, 5106 N. Washington St., Stillwater, Oklahoma 74075.
Condolences may be sent to the family via an online guestbook at www.dightonmarler.com.
Published on November 13, 2019

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MeLisa Gottfried
Nov 16, 2019
I did not know Patty personally, but I know she must've been an amazing woman to make such an impact on Aunt Jeanne and in that way I know she has also impacted my life. I pray for peace and comfort over your family.
Cathy Mayer
Nov 15, 2019
Celestial Love was purchased for the family of Patty E. Cooley by Cathy Mayer.  Send flowers
Joshua
Nov 14, 2019
My thoughts are with Patty’s family. It is so painful to lose someone, yet no one else can really know all that you feel except our Heavenly Father. He knows and feels your pain. He calls death an enemy and promises to remove it forever, Isaiah 25:8 “And he will swallow up death forever…” He also promised to wake up all our loved ones, in the memorial tombs, from death (Isaiah 26:19). What joy it will be to see our loved ones again and to enjoy life as our Creator purposed (Psalms 145:16). I  hope these words give all of you comfort.