Patrick Hurlock (1964 - 2018)

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William Patrick Hurlock
Nov 18, 1964 - Jun 27, 2018
William Patrick Hurlock passed away in Turlock, CA on June 27, 2018, at the age of 53.
Pat was born November 18, 1964, on an Air Force Base in Okinawa and moved to California with his family at the age of 3. Pat grew up in Delhi, CA, went to Livingston High School, and then worked in the Modesto area for many years at E. R. Vine & Sons before moving to Oregon. While in Oregon Pat was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer and recently moved back to CA to spend his remaining time with family living in Turlock with his two children. Pat had a great sense of humor, and enjoyed many things in life, including music, sports, and traveling.
Pat was preceded in death by his father Melvin Hurlock and brother Shawn Hurlock. He is survived by his mother, Antoinette Hurlock, Modesto, CA; brother, Blair Hurlock and wife Carolyn Hurlock, Tracy, CA; son, Daniel Hurlock, and daughter, Rochele Hurlock, both of Turlock, CA; nephews Adam Hurlock, Virginia, Joshua Hurlock, Newman, CA, and Blair Hurlock Jr., Tracy, CA; nieces Leah Hurlock, Newman, CA, Brittany Anderson, Idaho, Michele Hurlock, San Francisco, CA, Amanda & Taylor Hurlock, Tracy, CA; his aunt and uncle, Gaye and Butch McDowell, Escalon, CA; and cousins, Scott and Andrea McDowell, Escalon, CA.
Memorial services will be held at 2:00 PM Friday, July 20th, 2018 at the Southwinds Church located at 13400 W. Middle Rd., Tracy, CA, 95304, with a celebration of Pat's life to follow, for those that would like to attend. Donations can be made to the Stanford Medical School.
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Published in the Modesto Bee on July 11, 2018