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Robert Patterson

St. Louis, Iowa

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Robert Patterson

April 15, 2019

ST. LOUIS, MO.- It is with deep and profound sadness that Robert John Patterson of St. Louis County has left us on this day. Bob was husband of Tina Votaw, brother of Tom Patterson, son of Margaret and John Patterson (Davenport,...

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Memories of Bob are vivid and fond. A gifted athlete, and a scholar of real ability, i met him in 7th grade, where he stood out as a quiet natural leader, a modest friend who had no reason to be modest. I recall him also as a man of honor and integrity. I am proud to have known him and grieve for his premature departure.

Prayers for the family at the loss of a great man. My husband and I were friends of his in college years. We spent many a night listening to him play the ivories at the PIKE house in the summer of 1975. Good times, good memories, good friends. RIP Bobby P

Carly and Mike Duytschaver

Dear Tina and Family,
I am Tom Gamrath, aka Gammy or just Gam and I was Bob's roommate our sophomore year at the University of Iowa in the Pike House. Everyone loved Bobby P., as he was known and nobody any more than I did. I loved having him as my roommate and we stayed in touch for a few years after school. With other fraternity brothers, we went to the Boundary Waters together, to Minocqua, Wisconsin, a canoe trip in Missouri and spent an enormous amount of time together during...

I am so sorry to hear of Bob's passing. He was a great part of our Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity chapter at Iowa and one of my best roommates ever. May he rest in peace. God rest your soul Bobby P.

My thoughts and prayers for my fraternity brother at IOWA are with all those who knew 'Bobby' and especially his loved ones and family.
Bob Stagner -Cary, NC

My thoughts and prayers for my fraternity brother at IOWA are with all those who knew 'Bobby' and especially his loved ones and family.
Bob Stagner -Cary, NC

Bob was the nicest person I knew. I was kind of in awe of him when we first met. I worked on bus routes, and he was the person who knew how to build light rail systems. If he knew I was in awe of him, he never let on. He was just as nice and kind to me as if I was the brilliant engineer, and not the other way around. It was great to see his smiling face in Charlotte, and to have that tie to St. Louis. Most of all I'll always remember Bob for his kindness.

My condolences to the Family
Wishing you grace and peace in the coming days.
Duretta Weicken

My sincere condolences to family and friends for your loss. May the memories that you've made over the years and the hope of seeing your loved again comfort you at this time. John 6:40