I see there is a very old postcard of pat on ebay
Judy and family,
I'm sorry to learn of the passing of your Dad - my sincere sympathy. He will always be close in your heart.
Remembering going out to the farm with mom and dad.Visiting with Uncle Pat and Aunt G. Hanging out with Jim and Marlene,those were happy memories. The last time I saw Uncle Pat, him and Aunt G. were at Aunt Jean's Birthday celebration. It had been many years, since I saw him last. Came over and gave me the biggest hug.We had a nice visit. Now I'm giving you one more hug. Know that I will remember you alway's. Love you. -Ann Laswisse.
Judy, Jim, Marlene and families,
We never lose the people we love, even to death. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make. We find comfort in knowing that our lives have been enriched by having shared their love.
Uncle Pat is the ONLY person who still called me by childhood nickname. God Bless his soul. He will be dearly missed.
Dear Judy , Bert and family,
We send our sincere condolances on the passing of your father. It is our hope that your Many years of good memories bring comfort.
Clare and Marty
We are very sad hearing of the passing of Pat.
Our condolences go to all his children, their families, relatives and special friend Selma. Selma is our cousin and is such a good friend and is one of the nicest people ever. We had met Pat in Radville a few years ago and he was such a nice, interesting gentleman. His wooden carvings were so special. He loved life and appreciated his family, people and nature so much. He will be missed, but never forgotten.
my deepest condolences to family on the loss of Uncle Pat.
I'm sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. Condolences to the family.
oh so many memories and all of them good. Sharing your tears. I am unable to attend as I'll be at my son's university convocation that same day in Medicine Hat. But know I'll be thinking about all of you.