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Patrick P. Bangs

Timonium, Maryland

Apr 30, 1948 – Oct 12, 2017 (Age 69)


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Lemmon Funeral Home of Dulaney Valley, Inc. Obituary

Unexpectedly on October 12, 2017 PATRICK P. BANGS; beloved husband of 44 years to Paula Bangs (nee Salamone); amazing father of Thomas P. Bangs and his wife Holly; dear brother-in-law of Richard Salamone and his wife Denise. Also lovingly survived by Hillary Giampaolo and a host of cousins. The...

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Pat is the reason I am working for MBG. The first time I met Pat I knew this was someone I wanted to work for. Pat had a great sense of humor and a way about him that made you at ease during a conversation. You could always count on Pat to have your best interest at heart,and you knew he was a man of integrity. Pat's nickname for me was "Toddski", which now makes me laugh to myself when I say it. Probably, what I will miss the most is our talks together,in which I could always...

I worked with Pat for many years, and though I did not get to see him often, it was a pleasure every time that I did. Pat had the ability to laugh in a difficult situation and bring it into perspective in a way that made you feel it wasn't really much of a problem after all. Like many others, I will miss him.

I only worked with Pat for a short while but am a better person for it. His ability to communicate and put one at ease was a real talent. He will be missed by all who were lucky enough to have know him.

I only worked with Pat for about six months at Mutual Benefit Group. During that time, we had a lot of laughs. I am from Baltimore, too, so when he left MBG he gave me a picture of Johnny Unitas. He autographed it with "To Marianne - Best of Luck - Pat. I keep that thing on my desk and still smile thinking of him doing that. Please know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers asking for God's comfort.

I have many great memories of working with Pat. I learned a lot from him and I will always be grateful for his belief in me and support when I was very early in my career. I hope you find comfort in the fact that he will be remembered and missed by so many.

My sincere and deepest sympathy goes out to the family. I had the pleasure of working with Pat as my boss for many years. He was always kind and helpful as well as gave us in the office a chuckle now and again. May God comfort you in the days ahead.

I enjoyed working with Pat for 20 plus years, he was always helpful to advise and work through problems. As well as a little laugh to lighten my day. Good memories! My prayers to you Paula and Tom.

My thoughts and prayers are with you. I worked with Pat and will never forget his
smile. He was such a kind man whom I'll always remember fondly.

It was a pleasure to work with Pat over the last 20 years at MBG. His kindness and willingness to help was a special gift. He will be greatly missed. Prayers to the family.