Patrick Olin Wantland was born on March 18, 1964 in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Harold Dean and Joyce Abigail (Wilson) Wantland.
Pat passed away on May 6th, 2018 with his beloved dog Harley.
Patrick was preceded in death by his parents Harold and Joyce Wantland, niece Stephanie Butler, grandparents Bill and Bonnie Buthod, aunt Mary Jo Beverly, uncle Jack Elvis Wantland, uncle Lloyd Lata and his wife aunt Donna.
Patrick is survived by his two sons Randall Wantland and his wife Annie of Terlton, Oklahoma, Russell Wantland of Tulsa, Oklahoma, grandson Rhett Wantland of Terlton, Oklahoma; two sisters Debbie Hicks of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Mary Blankenship of Tulsa, Oklahoma, three brothers Jack Wantland of Edmond, Oklahoma, Jimmy Jones and his wife Donna of Berryhill, Oklahoma, several nieces, nephews and a numerous amount of friends.
Patrick hobbies are fishing, riding his Harley Davidson and outdoor barbequing. He also enjoyed spending time with his grandson, doing things with Harley. Harley would go to work with him and ride around with him visiting family and friends. Patrick had a heart of gold, if he was able and could he would help others the best he could. He was so proud of his grandson Rhett and loved being Papa Patrick. Pat was so excited for Rhett to start following him around and become his shadow. Patrick was very proud of both of his sons for their accomplishments they have made in their lives.
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