It is with heavy heart we share the sudden passing of Patrick on August 7th, 2020 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Kitchener, surrounded by his loving mother, Barbara, daughter Chazlynn, her mother (Ellen), and Laura.
Patrick was a loving father to Chazlynn, Brie-Ann, and Patrick Jr. Son of Barbara, step-father Rod, and (predeceased) father, Patrick Sr. Brother to Bobbi Jo (Rob) and Nicole, Uncle to Dillon, Nephew to Nancy (Roger) Debbie (Rick) and Linda. Cousin to Troy, Tabetha, Judy, Terry, Amanda (Alexander) and Jennifer (Steve) and followed by many cousins and extended family and friends.
Patrick had such a big heart. He was happiest when he was surrounded by family and great friends. His laughter was infectious.
Patrick would always try to do his best at whatever he did, he lived a hard life with high hopes. He has touched the hearts of many.
His greatest love was for his children, his loving mother, and his beloved dog, Shingles.
Patrick would always be there to help anyone. He had such a passion for getting up on a roof top, he was known for being a daredevil. He truly loved his Maple Leafs, you heard him when they won and certainly when they lost.
Patrick will now be at peace. No longer struggling to live his life.He will be deeply missed by all of us as we cherish his memories.
We would like to welcome you to join us on August 15th, 2020. Viewings will be held from 9am-10am, service from 10am-10:45am, followed by burial.
If you wish to attend you will need to notify his daughter Chazlynn prior to August 15th, 2020 VIA call or text 647-621-4089 to RSVP due to Covid-19 restrictions of only 30 guests.
In Lieu of flowers, the family encourage you to consider donating to CAMH - The Centre for Addictions and Mental Health.
Due to Covid19 restrictions, If you have flu like symptom’s or been around anyone that has tested positive, or has been out of Province in the last 30 days, we ask that you to join us on Facebook live (Facebook: Chazlynn Clark)
All attendees are required to wear a face mask throughout the indoor facilities