Patrick John Reno peacefully passed away on January 27th, 2014 surrounded by his beloved wife and family. Pat was born in Omaha on February 19th to Patrick and Catherine Reno. He served several wonderful years in the Marines, he received the Good Conduct Medal in 1956, and was honorably discharged. He married Donna in 1970, they moved from Omaha to Loveland in 1979 to raise their two youngest daughters. Pat and Donna managed properties for over twenty five years. Pat had so many amazing grandchildren that he spent his time with; Jeremy, April, Joanna, Joelle, Nicole, Brandon, Adam, Naomi, Alina, Derek, Caleb, Jonah, Trent, Brooke, Austin, Becky, Alex, Nathan, Gracie, Ellianna, Abigail, Caleb C, Chloe, Brennen, Blake, Mary Jane, Max and Idalysia brought so much joy and happiness to his life, they were one of his great loves he ever had. He saved and cherished all their drawings and artwork. Pat loved and served his Lord and Savior. In life he loved with patience and kindness. As in Corinthians he was not rude, self seeking, easily angered, and kept no record of wrongs. Pat's health had been declining over the last fourteen years. Pat's last act of kindness and love towards his family was him making the last decisions regarding his health. His true acts of kindness were reflected daily to all he loved. Pat is survived by his wife Donna; his daughter Amy Reno Hosterman and her husband Carey & their son Austin Hosterman and Cally Grissom; first born daughter Jenny Reno; daughters Kathy, Gloria, Jill, Sandy, and Julie; sons Pat, Mark, Danny, Samuel, Jeffery and their beautiful families; brother Lon Reno; and sisters Rosie Wynn and Arlene Walker. He was preceded in death by his mother Catherine and two sisters Judy and Dee. Funeral services will be held on Friday, January 31, 2014, 1:00 P.M. at First Christian Church. Viewing will be held Thursday, January 30, 2014 from 1pm-3pm at Viegut Funeral Home and 1 hour prior to services at the church. Interment with Military Honors will take place following the services at the Loveland Burial Park. Memorial contributions may be made to the Patrick Reno Memorial Fund through Home State Bank. Go to www.viegutfuneralhome.com for condolences.
Published in Loveland Reporter-Herald on Jan. 30, 2014