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July 3, 2012
Shocked to hear of the passing of Pat. When I met him at Dave and JoAnne's wedding he was so interested in what it was like to be Daves sister. I told him I give Dave advice whenever he asked for it...his look was of being confused and his response was a full belly laughter. RIP...
July 3, 2012
Only fond memories of Pat in Milwaukee. SO many stories! What a crazy time in those Park Avenue days. I'm sure Dave Watt was there to greet him when he passed. My heartfelt condolences to his family.
July 2, 2012
I was shocked to hear the passing of such a wonderful person. It was great sharing the same suite with him and Bobby in Sanders Hall, RIP big guy.
July 2, 2012
Pat Cummings sank an 18-foot jump shot with five seconds remaining in overtime to give the Bearcats an 89-88 victory over USF, thereby drying all the sweaty palms in Sold Out Cincinnati Gardens and upping the team's record to 21-4.
That game was against the great San Francisco team that featured Winford Boynes, James Hardy, Bill Cartwright, Kevin Restrani, Sam Williams, Snake Jones, Mike Quick on National TV.
Pat you always played your heart out.
RIP
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