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Eugene Patterson (Associated Press)
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January 15, 2013
Gene was a patriot in both war and peace. His feet were solidly on the ground. His boyhood,youth and early experience kept him in touch with reality in a way that many others never
achieve. He was truly a broad-gauged individual who touched millions of lives. His work will continue after him.


A friend,
January 15, 2013
So sorry to hear about your death. My prayers are with you. Please look to the Bible for comfort and reassurance.
January 14, 2013
A great light to so many; an unforgettable voice of truth and integrity.
January 14, 2013
Gene Patterson was a friend and colleague of my father, Harold Martin and he and Sue Patterson were our neighbors. I remember so well the many times they were at our house, with Mother playing the "squonk organ" and Gene, the "hog-squalling Adel tenor," singing at the top of his lungs! He and Sue were warm, wonderful, generous people. I often babysat Mary (and I remember "Elizabeth" the dog well!) and they always overpaid me and Gene would always drive me home (only 3 houses away). I treasure his memory but I know he's happy to be home with his sweet Sue.
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