Patrick Ishmael Chapman

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Patrick Ishmael Chapman was born on November 11, 1946 at St. Joseph's Hospital in Houston, Texas. Pat passed away peacefully on February 11, 2014 surround in love with his family. Pat fought a courageous 3 year battle against merkel cell carcinoma, a very rare and often lethal form of skin cancer. Pat is preceded in death by his grandparents, Ishmael and Fayola Snow of Hockley, Texas and his father, Hugh Clark Chapman of Lake Jackson, Texas.

Pat is survived by his mother, Earlene Snow Chapman of Lake Jackson, Texas; his wife of 32 years, Faye of Montgomery, Texas; son, Patrick Chapman and wife Kyra of Houston, Texas; daughter, Dawn-Petrice Youngs and husband Matt of Houston, Texas; grandchildren, Stephen, Mackennah, and Cael Youngs of Houston, Texas; stepson, Chris Bamburg and daughter Ellie of Washington, D.C. Brothers, Hugh Timothy Chapman and wife Debbie, sons Chad and Manning of Rockport, Texas and Stephen Michael Chapman and daughter, Katie and companion Joann Creech of Katy, Texas.

Pat was a graduate of Brazosport High School and Sam Houston University in Huntsville where he played on the golf teams. After completing college he served in the Texas National Guard. Pat began his career at Entex designing rate schedules and later worked at Tennessee Gas Pipeline in the natural gas contracts department. He served as Vice President of Energy Marketing for Mitchell Energy and Development. Pat left Mitchell to form his own company, Newco Energy, Inc.

Pat loved to hunt, fish, and to play golf. Pat was a life-time member of Beefmaster's Breeders United. He particularly enjoyed riding his tractor and taking care of his cows with his beloved border collie, Roxie. When his grandchildren entered his life, he loved passing on these traits to them and was affectionately known as "Pops."

Pat will be sorely missed by his family and an abundance of friends who he considered to be family. The family will received visitors at 1 p.m. Saturday, February 15th at Klein's Funeral Home located at 14711 FM 1488 in Magnolia, Texas followed with a Memorial Service starting at 2 p.m. There will be a private burial service to follow.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that a donation be made in Pat's memory to the "University of Washington MCC Research" and mail to Paul Nghiem, MD PhD - U of W Dermatology - 850 Republic St. - Brotman Bldg. Room 242, Box 358050 - Seattle, WA 98109 or mail to Faye at 639 Edgewood Drive - Montgomery, Texas 77356 and it will be forward to the appropriate place.

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Klein Funeral Home - Magnolia Woodlands
14711 FM 1488
Magnolia, TX 77355
(281) 252-3428
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Published on from Feb. 12 to Feb. 25, 2014