The Edmond Sun

January 17, 2014

Patti Marcine Crosby


EDMOND —     Patti Marcine (Baker) Crosby, 67, was born September 3, 1946 in Tulsa, Okla., to William and Helen Baker. She graduated from Cushing High school in 1964 where she was a cheerleader, and continued on to UCO and OU where she was a sister of the Alpha Gamma Delta Epsilon NU sorority.

    Her career included being a craft instructor, executive recruiter and an interior designer. Patti was a devoted wife, loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and an attentive daughter. She loved her family immensely.

    Patti was a proud member of Edmond Elks Lodge, a rabid fan of OU as well as a season ticket holder, an avid stained glass artist, strong Democrat and a wonderful cook. She enjoyed traveling, growing orchids, entertaining and anything social.

    She and her husband, Tony, have enjoyed living in Switzerland and New Hampshire in the past, but always thought of Oklahoma as home.

    Patti is survived by her mother, Helen O’Neal of Oklahoma City, Okla.; husband, Tony Crosby of Edmond, Okla.; Children, Leslie Goza of Oklahoma City, Craig Goza of Edmond, James Christopher Goza of Edmond, Nicole and David Justice of Oklahoma City, Jonathon and Mirjam Crosby of Switzerland, and James and Abigail Crosby of London, England; grandchildren, Jade Rolen-Goza, Dillon and Tyler Goza, Jane Caroline Goza, Rachel and Chance Justice, Amelie, Elissa, Denia and Jerome Crosby; great grandchild Zaine Satterfeild; sister, Carolyn Weaver; brother, Bill and Joyce Baker, and many nieces and nephews.

    A come-and-go visitation will be 12-5 p.m. Monday, January 20th with a Wake Service at 6 p.m. and a reception to follow at Crawford Family Funeral Service.

    A funeral service will be 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, January 21st, at Chapel Hill United Methodist Church in Oklahoma City.