Oh Amy, I am so, so sorry to hear of Pat's passing. Wishing I could have been there to pay my respects. I only met Pat just a couple years ago and not being under the best circumstances, however immediately upon meeting him, I knew he was different and special. He was so sincere and hurt for me hearing my Mom was sick w cancer, barely knowing me yet. He was the definition of kind, caring, understanding, and empathetic soul. May his special love and everlasting soul comfort you when the days get tough, Amy. Steven and I give you our deepest heartfelt condolences to you and the family. Bless you.
He was a blessing to know. he will be missed by many. sorry for your loss. Amy we will be there to help you with anything. we will bring Craig to help too. get ahold of us as soon as you like. love you. Trisha,Tracey ,Craig
My condolences to Amy and Pat’s family. Pat will be missed by a lot of people. But his memory will live on in all of us.
me and pat met later in life .He became a brother to me if I needed help he was the first one there .I used to race motocross so I would razz him about eating my roost we were going to race each other one day but it hasn't happened yet I hope you are practicing on heavens track me you and David Bailey.
My deepest condolences to Amy and Pat’s family.Pat was more than a friend of mine he was like a brother I didn’t have, and a best friend from my late teens for the majority of my adult life.
If Pat needed help which wasn’t very often, pouring concrete for the garage addition and wiring it, after a little partying the night before, we got after it and I was more than happy to help because all times I helped him he was still so far ahead of me in all the ways and the countless times he bailed me out. When I needed a place to live and the dozens of times he worked on whatever vehicle I happened to have until I got my first new truck.
I lived with PK and Chris on MN street his first house, one night while I was cooking brats on the grill in his backyard, unbeknownst to me PK came home from Technigraph to do something…he skipped that took a bite out of one the brats and put it back on the grill and left !!
I don’t remember if he fessed up to it that night after work when I met him at Ed’s 500 after I told him and said what kind of low rent scuzzy dog would do such a thing.
All I know is we laughed about it countless times after that, we had a lot of great times and did so many things together. I was fortunate to have him as a friend.
Rest In Peace brother.