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J. Patrick Baroch


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J. Patrick Baroch Notice


John Patrick Baroch, known affectionately as "Patty", passed away last week in Port Orchard, WA. Born January 14, 1969 in Baltimore, Patrick grew up in Maryland before attending The Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, graduating in 1991. Thereafter he lived and worked in New York City, relocating to Seattle, WA in 1995. Patrick was a creative artist, sculptor, furniture maker, TV producer and film maker. In Seattle, his works were exhibited at various local galleries, on local TV and in the annual Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. The Homo Home Show, co-produced with Nate BeMiller, was a "must see" item on Public Access TV for several seasons. Patty's creative and off-the wall personality led to constant joy and hilarity for all those around him. A very bright, albeit off-beat, light has gone out of the world that can never be replaced. Patrick is survived by his parents Jerome and Frances Baroch of Osprey, Florida, his sister Amy Baroch Labenski of Washington DC, extended family, and countless friends who were lucky enough to have Patty in their lives.
Published in Baltimore Sun on Mar. 18, 2014
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