I know as so many have expressed this was really a shock. First time Pat told me about this recent surgery he said he didn't feel he'd make it. I tried to keep in touch everyday with words ofencouragement and it looked like he'd won...the ONLY good thing is that he and Dianne are now back together. He truly loved his wife and family. I worked at Hook's when he did...a man with always a smile on his face. Pat and Dianne along with others would celebrate life after work on some days...those were always good days. He now had his green corvett renovated and his red one. Hope the daughters keep at least the green one as a tribute to their Dad. My deepest sympathies to the entire family. You will be missed by many dear Pat.
Unbelievable how the years pass, & we lose touch. I first met Pat at Morris Plan, Finance in 1972. Convinced him to buy the 1969 Corvette convertible, his first vet. We enjoyed many great times together, & nearly selected him as Best Man at my wedding, work conflict at Hooks prevented that. I will miss Pat & pass condolences on to Dianne.
You have been a good friend for many years and will be missed. I feel that you are with the love of your life Diane now and for ever and could not be happier. Till we meet again
You have been a good friend for many years. I feel you are with the love of your life Dianne now & forever and could not be happier.
Till we meet again.
Such a shock to lose you so suddenly. I can't help but feel my heart smile though when I imagine your reunion with Dianne. Sending love to you both!
RIP, Uncle Pat. I have fond memories of you... Condolences to his children.
We'll miss you, dad! Give mom my love!xoxo