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1960 - 2018 Obituary Condolences
June 16, 1960 - March 12, 2018 OKLAHOMA CITY Patricia Ann Farrell Morris Wadley went to heaven at 2 a.m. March 12, peacefully, after a long hard fight with cancer. Law & Order had just turned off right before she died. She would have been proud to know her family had it on in the background as she laid to rest. She was born on June 16, 1960, in Chicago, IL. She was the first child born to Joseph Patterson Farrell & Catherine Frances Benamati Farrell on her father's birthday. Trish was a feisty Irish Italian who was not afraid to put you in your place or tell you what she thought, but she would do anything for anybody. Up until the last hours, she kept telling everybody she was going to be fine and she fought with courage. She never slowed down and was up bright and early every day and was one of the hardest workers you'd ever meet. Trish loved marathon shopping with her daughter, live music, especially, Jerry Jeff Walker, her grandchildren, Mexican food, cake and watching Law & Order. She was preceded in death by her father, Joe Farrell; and her husband, Keith Wadley. She is survived by her mother, Catherine Farrell; her daughter, Jessica Morris Knutson, and son-in-law, Clayton, of Fort Worth, TX; stepson, Seth Wadley and wife Nina, of Norman; stepson, Trace Wadley and wife Sammi, of Norman; sister, Mary Jo Farrell, of Oklahoma City; brother, Jim Farrell and wife Kris, of Plano, TX; brother, JB Farrell, of Plano, TX; three nephews, Alex, Duncan, and Lucas Farrell; and the most precious loves of her life, her grandchildren, Mastersen and Finnegan Knutson, Spence and Blake Wadley, and Tessa, Gavin, and Cameron Wadley. Trish Trish, as her grandchildren called her, is having a cheeseburger up in paradise now. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Christ the King Catholic Church in Oklahoma City Wednesday, March 14 at 10 a.m. The family has requested only family members attend the burial.
Published in The Oklahoman on Mar. 13, 2018
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