Patsy Jean Hamman, 76, formerly of Hochatown, currently residing in Sweeny, Texas, passed away Monday, February 23, 2015, at Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston, Texas. Patsy was born February 15, 1939, in Chattanooga, Oklahoma, to parents Harry & Esther Dooley. Patsy married Kenneth Hamman on February 1, 1957, and had recently celebrated their 58th anniversary. She loved being ?MiMi? to her grandsons, granddaughter-in-laws, and great-grandsons and enjoyed each and every one of their visits. Patsy spent much of her life living in Broken Bow and enjoying bridge clubs, serving as a Girl Scout leader, working at Norris? Department Store, and camping & boating at Broken Bow Lake. Patsy was a member of Broken Bow First Baptist Church. Patsy was preceded in death by her parents and twin baby sisters, Peggy and Betty Dooley. She is survived by: husband, Kenneth, of Sweeny, Texas; son Kent Hamman, and wife, Dennice, of Columbia Falls, Montana; daughter, Beverly Highful, and husband, Larry, of Sweeny, Texas; grandsons, Kyle Highful, and wife, Heather, of Austin, Texas; Tyler Highful, and wife, Monica, along with great grandsons, Alexander & Maxwell, also of Austin, Texas; grandsons, Collin Hamman, of Whitefish, Montana; and Nolan Hamman, of Columbia Falls, Montana; brother, Burl Dooley and wife, Lena, of Grand Prairie, Texas; and sister, Carolyn Williams, and husband, Ed, of Chickasha, Oklahoma; as well as, niece, Darolyn DeLozier, and husband, Brian, and children, Abby & Brooks, all of McKinney, Texas. And a host of other relatives and friends. \nTo send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Patsy Jean Hamman, please visit our floral store.