Patrick Adam Rowe
1981 - 2020
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December 28, 1981 December 30, 2020
Patrick A. Rowe, beloved son of Ken and Judith Rowe, passed away after a short illness. He was born and reared in Colorado Springs. He is survived by his parents and three brothers, Ken, Jr. (Amanda), Keith (Jen), and Chris; and his nephew Brendan. Patrick loved his large and extended family and many friends. He enjoyed playing golf, and traveling. Patrick was also a registered organ donor.
Due to COVID restrictions, services for Patrick will be celebrated at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family request donations to the brain and spinal cord rehabilitation hospital in Denver, Craig, or

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Published in The Gazette on Jan. 10, 2021.
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January 16, 2021
Patrick’s big brother Ken has been my best friend for decades. I remember when Patrick was born, and know he had his challenges in life, but know also he was a good kid and will be missed. My heart goes out to the family during this time of sorrow and loss. Patrick gave the wonderful selfless gift of organ and tissue donations. He will most certainly live on, not only in our memories and hearts, but through others by his selfless gift of life through those donations. Rest in peace dear Patrick, we shall see you again. I lament that the COVID pandemic has made conditions such that Patrick cannot be laid to rest within a reasonable period of time. It has profoundly limited our ability to mourn in the traditional ways, in the presence of family and friends. To the family, please know I mourn with you, and know I will always remember him.
Max Hall
January 13, 2021
I met Patrick many years ago while visiting his brother Keith. He was such a nice well mannered young man. I am so sorry he was taken so young.
James Pesicka
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