Patricia Ann Hipp Bittle the daughter of W. D. Taylor and Lucille Smith Taylor was born in Georgetown, Arkansas on august 8, 1937 and passed away at her home in Sunny Slope, Arkansas on May 5, 2020 at the age of 82 years.

She was a member of Sunny Slope General Baptist Church where she was a Sunday school teacher. She also taught the Joy of Women’s Class at West Side Baptist Church.

She was preceded in death by her parent W. D. and Lucille Taylor, her step mother Cleda Bell Taylor, her husband’s Leon Hipp and Verlon Bittle, two sisters Donna Eads and Nancy Cole, a brother Arnold Taylor and a son Timothy Lewis Hipp. . Survivors are three sisters Bonnie Ruth Baker of Kensett, O’Dessa Leheigh of Georgetown, Judy Black of Bittmer, Missouri, three brothers Herman Taylor of Georgetown, Jake Taylor of Judsonia, Roger Robinson of Leasburg, Missouri, a son Ronnie Hipp and wife Cathy of Sunny Slope and a daughter Chris Nichols of Heber Springs, 7 grandchildren: Pennie Bigerstaff, Candi Troxel, Ashley Miller, Jonathan Nichols, Kyle Hipp, Aaron Moorehead and Avery Moorehead, thirteen great grandchildren and one great great grandchild, other relatives and many friends.

A graveside funeral service was held on Thursday, May 7, 2020 at 10:00 AM in Sunny Slope Cemetery in Edgemont, Arkansas by Rev. Dwight Decker and Rev. Brian Harlan. Pallbearers will be Jonathan Nichols, Aaron Moorehead, Avery Moorehead, Kyle Hipp, Malachi Miller and Ivan Bittle, Honorary Pallbeaerr will be Jake Taylor.

arrangements by Family Funeral Service, www.dwightfamilyfuneral.com

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