Patricia (Patti) Dilts (née Campredon), 1964-2023

Patricia (Patti) Dilts (née Campredon)  was born Saturday, August 22, 1964 in Ft. Fill, Oklahoma .

she died Monday, May 1, 2023. her recorded age was 58.

her remains can be found at Flint Cemetery in plot 12  - lot 95  - space #2 (view map) .
Arrangements were made by Rutherford-Corbin Funeral Home. The burial took place on Saturday, May 6, 2023.
Contact Walnut Grove and Flint Cemeteries for more information.

Patricia Campredon Dilts of Worthington, Ohio passed away on May 1, 2023 at the age of 58. Born into a military family she experienced the honor of seeing much of the United States, making friends everywhere she went. She was a graduate of Reynoldsburg High School, class of '82, and earned an educational degree from Eastern Kentucky University, which led her to teach school in New Mexico where she had family roots. Upon returning to Ohio she transitioned into software training for Frank Gates Company and worked in various aspects of insurance claims. Patti was very active in her church family, serving extensively with the youth and missions work. She met the love of her life Rick in September of 2013 and was married shortly after.

Patti was preceded in death by her daughter Paige Campredon; her father Phillip Alfred Campredon Jr.; her mother Avon Campredon; and mother-in-law Kate Dilts. She is survived by her husband Rick Dilts; father-in-law Dick Dilts; daughters Katy Dilts and Kristin (Tom) Edgar; son Zack Held; sister Paula Snyder; brother Phillip A. Campredon III (Tara); nephews Christian and Cameron Snyder; nieces Olivia, Abby and Emma Campredon and nephew Landon Campredon; Rick’s siblings Mary Kate Dilts-Skaggs, Debra (Mike) Cottle, Dottie (Jeff) Devore, Jane (Lloyd) Turner, John (Kim) Dilts, James (Amy) Dilts; numerous nieces and nephews; and dearest friends Chris and Rebecca Testa. Patti loved Jesus Christ, who was her Lord and Savior, and exuded His passion for people in her life. She never knew a stranger and would ask intentional questions to all she met in order to know them better and “follow up” with them the next time she saw them. She sowed into many people's lives making sure they knew they mattered. While she battled physical restrictions late in life she never allowed a day to go by without being an encouragement to those around her. She fully experienced her favorite verse, Isaiah 41:10, "Don't be afraid, for I am with you. Don't be discouraged, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you. I will hold you up with my victorious right hand.” In lieu of flowers, please kindly donate to St. Jude Hospital using the donation link: