PATRICK-SHARP-Obituary

PATRICK SHARP

Las Vegas, Nevada

1946 - 2019

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PATRICK SHARP Patrick Steven Sharp, a resident of Las Vegas, passed away May 11, 2019. He was born September 17, 1946 in Newport, VA to William A. and Gladys E. (Henderson) Sharp. Pat graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor's Degree in Aeronautical Engineering in June 1968....

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Pat was a friend and a colleague who made everyone around him better at what they were doing. His service to the USAF and to our Nation was immense. He also had a wry wit and a great sense of humor. It was an honor and a privilege to know him. Rest In Peace - you deserve a special place in Heaven.

I remember how demanding he was. We learned so much from him! A great mentor and patriot. RIP sir.

A true patriot. May he Rest in Peace.

Truly a pioneer in next generation aviation. I learned so much from him when we worked together at SAF/AQL.

I had the absolute pleasure to work with Pat for over 8 years. I was always amazed at just how smart he was. We played a lot of golf together and he was always a joy to be around. Rest in peace my friend!!

Pat - you fathered a revolutionary era in aviation while building and supporting a generation of innovators who will continue your legacy. You fought to ensure the 2nd Lt that you never met would always carry clear advantage into the fight. Our prayers are with you.

For it is the lot of some men to perform duties about which they may not speak...Such work is not for every man. But those who accept the burdens implicit in this silent labor realize a camaraderie and sense of value known to few. These memories cannot be stolen. They will last always. Untarnished, ever better.

RIP my friend

On behalf of the Notre Dame Alumni Club of Las Vegas, Patrick will be kept in our prayers. We offer our condolences to family and friends. He was indeed a man of many talents and used them all in a prolific life of public service. A fine example of the University of Notre Dame.

Ed Drost
Senior Coordinator of the Las Vegas
Notre Dame Alumni Club