Every time I hear the word YAHTZEE! it reminds me of Uncle Pat. He is one of the kindest sweetest person I've ever known, and I will miss him dearly. Rest in Peace.
dee mages.. I am one of the persons who sat with Pat at Santa Sophia. I enjoyed him so much and really going to miss him. he was a wonderful and caring person.
Remembering our cousin Pat brings back so many fond memories. We had the joy of growing up with Pat and his three brothers and his loving parents, our Aunt Lucy and Uncle Frank in Bristol, Conn. We lived on the second floor of the family home,and were constantly running up and down stairs, sharing wonderful meals and many unforgettable family celebrations. Some of our most memorable fun times were walking to school together, trudging through ice and snow,and when late, taking the short cut across the frozen brook while exchanging snow balls along the way. Pat was the gentliest of souls, a loving husband to dear Irene and caring father to his children. He truly reflected the love of God and family in all that he did. We shall miss him so much. Rest in Peace, dear cousin. Esther & Dolores
I can still smell the food cooking in your family kitchen for our large family gatherings. Nothing made your dad happier than when all the cousins got together for such feasts and celebrations. Blessings to you all.
I am one of the group that Pat sat with at mass each Saturday evening at Santa Sophia. We will really miss him. I loved seeing his Christmas village each year and enjoyed chatting with him on the phone. He had such a strong faith and I am happy that he is with Irene again.
Rest in Peace Pat, you were one of the best. God Bless you and keep you.
I am so sorry to hear of Pat's passing. Irene and Pat and my Mother and Father shared many good times together. Mom passed away in 2010 and Dad joined her this past January. I'm sure the four of them are having a great reunion. Pat was a very kind,gentle and caring man, and I know he will be missed terribly. My Sister, Adele, and I send our deepest condolences to his very loving family. God Bless all of you, you were blessed with wonderful parents.
I've known Pat, back in Bristol, Connecticut while in high school and traveling back and forth to Hartford University. He was one of the best and will be sorely missed. My prayers for the good of his family: wonderful as was their dad.
Father Norm Cormier, retired Catholic Priest of Portland, Maine.
Good times are happening in heaven..My Mom and Dad and Pat and Irene! together again
I will miss Patrick. I cared for him many years as his personal cardiologist. I have so many fond memories of him and his late wife Irene. I will remember him forever. He was truly a soft spoken and kind gentleman. I want to wish his family well during their grieving time.
I enjoyed working with Pat for many years at Rohr. He was my boss and friend.