Patricia Ann Bilderaya, a loving and spirited soul, was born on November 7, 1947, in San Jose, CA. Patricia spent her life cultivating a home filled with laughter and warmth in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Her thoughtful nature and unwavering support for those around her epitomized her character and left an indelible mark on all who had the privilege of knowing her. As Helen Keller once said, "The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched - they must be felt with the heart." This sentiment encapsulates Patricia's approach to life.\n\nPatricia was a dedicated hotel worker, contributing her skills and commitment to the hospitality industry. Her work was more than a job; it was an opportunity to meet new people and make them feel welcomed, mirroring the way she lived her own life. Outside work, Patricia was an avid fisherwoman and a master of jigsaw puzzles, always ensuring that everyone around her felt nurtured and cared for. Whether it was ensuring everybody had enough to eat or spending time with her loved ones, Patricia's family was her world. She was a beacon of love and kindness, a woman whose presence was as comforting as it was inspiring.\n\nPatricia is survived by her loving husband, Tony Young, her son, Anthony Hill, daughter-in-law, Nancy Cypert, her brother, Ray Bilderaya, as well as her cherished grandchildren; Leon Winston, Garrett Winston, Skyla Barnes, and Atlantis Barnes. Patricia's legacy also extends to her six great-grandchildren who will continue to remember their adored great-grandmother. Patricia is preceded in death by her parents, Arthur Bilderaya and Evelyn Garcia and her son, Leon Winston.