I have many fond memories of working with Mr. Patton and Randy on "projects" at Randy's cabin several years ago. Mr. Patton not only kept us on task but his kind demeanor and sense of humor made the work more enjoyable. Although I had not seen him recently I will always remember Mr. Patton as a kind and generous man whom I will miss. My sincerest condolences to the entire Patton family.
I loved Randy's stories about his dad, and I'm sorry I never had the opportunity to meet him. This one has always stuck with me, and makes me smile to repeat how he would leave ice cold cokes on top of the can for the garbage men. He obviously had a generous spirit, and I know he will be missed by all who knew him.
My deepest condolences to the Patton family at the loss of this truly amazing man. I will always remember his sense of humor most of all. Just a really cool guy.
I smelt his aftershave on the steering wheel of my truck for years after I got it from him. I'll never forget him
So many great memories of my Uncle Curt. My most embarrassing moment was when I called the house and Uncle Curt answered and I said, This is your favorite niece." He made me feel so special, I never knew that I was one of many nieces! But, that was his way. He loved his family and took care of us all.
Aunt Janet, Ronnie & Cindi, Randy & Laurel, Kristen, John, and April; my heart is with you all.