Warren Sumner Patrick
1911 - 2020
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Warren Sumner Patrick, 109, passed away peacefully at Valley Cares Assisted Living on September 27, 2020 with his daughters at his side.

Warren was born in Springfield, MA June 13, 1911 to William Patrick and Anna Belle Dockham. On July 14, 1934 he married Phyllis Hoag and together they raised three daughters, moving to Jamaica, VT in 1945. Mr. Patrick was active in his community; worthy patron of the Eastern Star, past master of Mt. Lebanon Lodge # 46 and member of the Jamaica Community Church. He was a charter member of the New England Camera Club. He served as Town Clerk and Treasurer and drove the school bus. He was owner of West River Realty and Insurance. He built several vacation homes in the valley.

Warren enjoyed numerous hobbies, including antique camera collecting, photography, nature and a passion for writing.

He is survived by daughters, Marlene (Francis) Thibault, Paulene (Curtis) Lawrence and Sally (John) Wadsworth, seven grandchildren; Lorri Brown, Beth Thibault, Timothy Thibault, Sherri Lawrence, Sandra Lawrence-Clarke, Robert Wadsworth and, Christine Viele, fourteen great grandchildren and two great great granddaughters. He cherished his family.

He was predeceased by Phyllis in 1994, a son, Douglas, age 2, in 1942, three brothers and four sisters.

The family would like to thank Susanne Shapiro and the entire staff at Valley Cares for providing a loving and supportive home for 13 years.

Donations in his memory may be sent to Valley Cares, 457 Grafton Road, PO Box 341, Townshend, VT 05353.

Pastor Peter Carlson will officiate at a celebration of life will be held Saturday, October 10, at 11 AM, Jamaica Community Church; followed by a Masonic burial at Pleasant View Cemetery. Masks and social distancing will be observed.

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Published in The Brattleboro Reformer on Oct. 2, 2020.
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October 4, 2020
He was an amazing gentleman, it was both an honor and a privilege to know him. My deepest sympathy.
Cynthia decinto
October 3, 2020
I loved spending time visiting Warren with my brother, he had so many wonderful recollections of our Dockham family which we shared. His mother and my grandfather were sister and brother. Never knew my grandfather so i cherished having this connection of Warren and his stories. He was a gentleman, with a wicked sense of humor which was characteristic of my dad Ivan and his brother George. I will miss Warren.
Jody dockham green
October 2, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Shirley Smith
October 2, 2020
When i delivered his mail at the Assisted Living Building I thoroughly enjoyed visiting with him.... RIP Warren!
Joyce Russ
October 2, 2020
My condolences to the family warren will surely be missed. it was always a joy to see and listen to this man my Hart goes out
Amy smith
October 2, 2020
My sympathies are with you
Ronald Allbee
October 2, 2020
What an amazing man. I didn't know him only in passing when I worked at gch, he was friendly always had a smile on his face. God bless you. Rest in peace.
Margaret Dowley
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