Patricia Ann (Lamb) was born October 3, 1931, in Anadarko, Okla., to Chester Francis Lamb and Mina Jane Smith Lamb. She passed from this life October 9, 2022, at the age of 91. At an early age, Pat began singing for people. After her father joined the Navy in World War II, she performed for USO groups along his tour of duty in addition to several community service organizations. Her family moved often during the war. Because of her small stature, she recalled having to stand on top of tables so people could see her sing. She graduated from Hamilton High School in Culver City, Calif. While in California, she met and married William Collins in 1950, and they had three sons – Dennis, Scott and Tim. She was supportive and involved in her boys’ sports activities, going to golf, tennis and baseball tournaments and games. After her divorce, she moved back to Anadarko where she was CEO of the Chamber of Commerce. She was a member and sang in the Chancel Choir of the First United Methodist Church there. In 1979 at her 30th high school reunion, Pat reunited with her life-long friend, Jim Givens. Together, they remembered their wonder years, growing up in Anadarko in the 1930s. Later that year, they married and she joined him in Colorado where he was working for Mobil Oil. Shortly thereafter, they were transferred to Hamburg, West Germany. While there, Pat was asked by “Republicans Abroad” to organize and chair a chapter in northern Germany. She attended the organizational meeting for all of Europe at the Ambassador’s residence in Paris. She traveled much in her capacity and worked with U.S. consulates across Europe. This experience gave her opportunities to meet several heads of state and visit the capital cities of Europe and Russia. She worked in this capacity for seven years during the Reagan administration. Pat was also president of the American Women’s Club in Hamburg. Jim retired from Mobil in Hamburg, and they moved back to the United States where they built a retirement home on Beaver Lake in Northwest Arkansas. There, Pat worked for the Rogers-Lowell Chamber of Commerce and was active in the Republican Women’s Club and Beaver Shores Women’s Club. She was chair of the Ambassadors and Blue Coats of the Rogers Chamber of Commerce. Pat was one of only four people at the time to receive a lifetime membership in the National Chamber of Commerce. She also was an active member of the congregation and sang in the Chancel Choir of the First United Methodist Church in Rogers. After 20 years in Arkansas, Pat and Jim moved to Norman, Okla., where they were members of McFarlin Memorial United Methodist Church. Pat led the opening worship there, and they attended Fellowship Sunday School classes. Pat had a great love for her children and their families. She was known as “Precious Nana” by them all. Pat was preceded in death by her parents and husband, Jim. She is survived by her sister, Gayla Norgaard and husband Ron; three sons, Dennis Patrick Collins and wife Linda, Scott William Collins, and Timothy Michael Collins and wife Katherine; five grandchildren, Brad Collins and wife Christina, Emily Kell and husband Jay, Will Collins and wife Jeannette, Tanner Collins, and Kate Collins; and six great grandchildren, Emma, Andrew, Leo, Cashel, Eleanor and Josephine. Funeral service will be Saturday, October 15, at 11 a.m. at Walker Funeral Service in Shawnee, Okla., with family visitation from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. on the same day. Interment will follow at Memory Lane Cemetery in Anadarko, Okla. Memorial contributions can be sent to the Parkinson’s Foundation.