Patrick-McElligott-Obituary

Patrick Hugh McElligott

Wichita, Kansas

Aug 12, 1928 – May 10, 2015

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McElligott, Patrick Hugh, 86, passed away on May 10, 2015 after a short illness. He was born on August 12, 1928 in Hamilton, Montana, son of Patrick W. & Gladys Nancy McElligott. Pat was a renowned pianist beloved a wide audience of music lovers. A celebration of Pat's life will be held at...

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Patrick, we will miss you, your witty sense of humor and your smile so much. Thank you for everything and the laughs. You were more like a Grand Father too Bill and I than a neighbor. Much love and God Bless

Uncle Pat was beyond wonderful. His brother (Dan) was my uncle by marriage and Pat was in my life from birth thru my teens. He was a warm, courageous, and kind man. His care for his mom for decades showed his generous manners. Although I had not seen him recently, I know he is playing piano in Heaven and making people smile with his stories. Bye, Uncle Pat.

You were a great encourager and hospital buddy during a critical time in my life. I will miss your wit and spirit. May God grant you peace, Wm. C. Hutcheson, D.V.M.,

Dearest Pat,
You brought joy with your music to countless numbers of us, including my Aunt Marcellette. Thank you for your kindness to her through the years. You'll never be forgotten
Sondra George

Dearest Pat,
I am so privileged to have known you for the past several years at Larkspur. You always made a person feel like they were the most important one in the room when speaking to them. Larkspur will never be the same without you. Your beautiful piano music will always be a piece of Larkspur.
Rest in Peace my dear friend.

I appreciate the Wichita Eagle story by Carrie Rengers. I was fortunate to have Pat as my neighbor for 20 years, and became his backup at Petroleum Club and Terradyne. When he lived next door, his mother lived with him and we visited daily when he was at WSU. He was a sponge for all things educational! He was very fond of dogs and was a "caretaker" for the Humane Society, trying to nurse some back to health. He had a vast knowledge of everything and a brain that wouldn't quit! ...

My Sweet Friend, You my dear...... were the most kindest, loving, thoughtful, talented, charming, unique,interesting man there ever was. I will miss you so very much....Thank you for your friendship, music and love. Larkspur will never be the same to me. I'm so grateful to have known you, and was blessed to call you my friend. Thank you for all the beautiful music you gave to us. Rest in peace. I love you.

Pat
Spending your last days and hours with you is something I will treasure. I will miss your humor and cheeky spirit, and I must tell you, you are still very handsome. God bless.
Love Emma & Family xxx