Lorie, Sandra and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Know that each of you are in our thoughts and prayers! So glad we got to visit with you and your Dad when you passed through Memphis some time ago. Very pleasant memories! Dorothy & Roger Bennett, Memphis, TN
Minter will be missed, a friend, a fellow 888th WWII veteran, catalist that kept us in touch,shared telephone industry contributor for over 40 years and most of all a good guy. I will cherish my memories of times we shared and my thoughts are with his beloved family.Family was the focus of his life. Bud Jackson,
We will miss hearing from Sir Minter, Lord of Rosemont.
Alabama Telco Credit Union
I was saddened to learn of the death of Pat I was released from hospital Sat. evening after a bout with the flue and this came as a shock. Always enjoyed seeing Pat at the Huntsville hamfest. My condolencies to the family
Andy Poteete W4SQE
Lorrie, This time in our lives is never easy. My prayers are for you and your family at this time. May God's peace be upon you as you go through the coming weeks.
Deepest condolonces to all of you. We enjoyed knowing your Dad and we know you will miss him. All our love, Mike and Janie DuBose and family.
I am very sorry about your loss. He was an expert telegrapher and will be missed by his many radio friends. 73 - Scott W5ESE
I am so sorry for the loss of your father. He seemed like a sweet and gentle man. May God bless you with fond memories and may the love that you share carry you through this sad time.
Deepest sympathies to your family. I am sure he is smiling down on all of you.
We have lost a good man and a good friend. And a very good morse code
operator. Best regards (73) from K4RIX.
Dear Girls and Families,
Kay and I are so sorry to learn of the
passing of your Father. He will be sorely
missed. The Toll meetings in Mobile
wiii not be the same without Pat.
P.S. AKA "Spangling Mangus" as dubbed by
It can be so hard to face the new year without your loved one, but the love of fmily and friends can carry you through. May God Bless You!
How we'll miss Sir Minter, Lord of Rosemont, with his interesting and funny e-mails that we loved. He was the finest gentleman.
We hope he didn't know about his beloved Murphy High School's ten million dollars plus in damages from the Christmas Day tornado. He graduated from Murphy with many of our old friends in Mobile.
We know he's in heaven with our Lord, but his passing is a great loss to us and to his friends at Riverwood. We always looked forward to seeing him and Sandra at Jimmy & Carolyn's Fellowship group.
Our prayers and sympathy are with his family & friends.
Bill & Nancy Hopper
Linda & Mary Beth, I am so sorry for your loss. Mr. Patterson was a good and honorable man and will be missed sorely. Love you lots, Tricia Baxter
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Pat Patterson, who I once knew only through his amateur radio callsign W4QAT, an accomplished and highly skilled amateur radio operator. Several years ago, through a quirk of fate, we ran into (almost literally!) each other on I-40 in Amarillo TX (in ham language, an "eyeball QSO"), and thankfully we have had other opportunities to see and visit with him and family members in the years since. He was one of a kind and will be greatly missed by his radio friends all around the country. / Sam (W5CU) and Leslie Sitton
Lorie, Marc and family,
I am so sorry for your loss of your father Lorie. Know my family and I are thinking and praying for you all.
GOD BLESS PAT AMD FAMILY FROM ALL OF HIS FRIENDS AT THE 5TH REGION CW NET..
My deepest sympathy to family and friends. Pat will be sorely missed. I have known Pat for over 20 years as a ham radio operator. He loved morse code (CW) and was a regular on the Alabama amateur radio nets. Ron Thomas, N4RT, Bromley, AL
we are so sorry for the loss of your father.no words will ever be enough of a looseing of a parentbut want you all to know you are being thought of and prayed for to each and every one of you at this time.from the johson family and the shroyers
May each of you feel God's comforting presence during these difficult days! I pray that your special memories will bring you joy and peace.
My sincere condolences to family and friends of Pat Patterson, W4QAT. Although I knew Pat only as a member of the small group of ham radio operators on our Alabama Morse Code traffic net, I had great respect for him. Our hobby is called "amateur radio", but Pat was truly a professional operator and a very dependable one. I last heard his signals on Tuesday night, but he had been there almost every night during the year I have been a member of the group.
73 Pat, you are missed already.
Jerry, W4SU (Paint Rock Valley, AL)
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.