From: Kirsten loos
Sending my condolence to you and your family Aidan
From: David, Marg, Jenny, Sean and Amy Cunningham
Pat and Aidan, our sincere sympathies on the passing of Pat. Too young and too soon. We will remember the laughs, corny jokes and good times at rink and the friendships that were formed. We will be in touch Pat and Aidan. Take care.
From: DEANNA RAWLINS nee COTE
I am very sorry to Hear of Pat's passing. He and I were best friends as children as I lived on St. Patricks St. and he lived a few homes from me. I'm not sure if he ever mentioned to you that as a child, one of my older sister's wanted to find out what would happen if you stuck your TONGUE on the medal slides so she told us she would give whoever was the fastest she would give that person a chocolate bar. I won but Pat's tongue had to be pulled off too and we were in a lot of pain.I saw Pat at my Dad's funeral and was happy to see him and reminisce when we were kids. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Deanna Rawlins
From: Deb and Randy Deschamps
Dear Pat and Aidan: Our deepest sympathy goes out to you. Pat will always be remember as a wonderful husband and father with many stories to tell. He will truly be missed in this community and thought of by many hockey people. Our thoughts and prayers are with you both.
From: Mark and Alison Davidson
We are so very sorry to hear of Pat's passing. We remember him as a warm and loving man who had the "gift of gab". We spent many evenings on our walks chatting with him while he was walking the family dog. He will be missed. Our deepest sympathies to Patricia and Aidan. We are thinking of you at this most difficult time.
From: Loretta Harrison
Pat and Aidan. So sorry to hear of the passing of Pat. Please know that you are in our thoughts at this difficult time.
From: Brian Otto
Pat and Aiden, Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers through these times of pain and sorrow. Cherish the many wonderful memories I now remain with you both. Pat has left me with fond memories as well, times of hockey and football, and him with his late 50's red MG - how he was too tall to drive it! More recent, often we had chats when he passed the house on his walks - always had his sense of humor and that lil smile. HE will be missed for sure! If you need help with anything Pat please don't hesitate to call. Brian & Heather Otto
From: Robin Young
Dear Pat and Aiden I am so sorry to hear of Pat's passing. I had the great pleasure of working with Pat at D. Armstrong Moving in Toronto. I have great memories of his great sense of humor and think of the fun times we had all working and laughing at Armstrong's together. He is and will be sadly missed. Take strength in what a wonderful man he was and how many of us remember him fondly.
From: Joanne Harding
On behalf of the Harding family I want to send Pat and Aidan our sincerest condolences. Pat was a very nice man and I was glad to know him. Joanne Harding
From: David and Fran Jones
Pat/ Aidan, Fran and I are so sorry for your loss. We always looked forward to our College Dinners hoping to see the "Pats". It was special to sit beside Pat as you would know your evening would be filled with laughter. He always mention you Aidan and was obviously very proud. Our condolences.
From: The Clark sisters
Dear Family Our hearts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. We all have fond memories of our cousin, Pat. Bless you all.
From: Bill and Marg Preston
We were sadden to hear the news about Pat. We have good memories of conversations with the neighbour across the street. We send our sincere sympathy for your loss. We know you will find comfort in the memories of the life you shared together.
From: Mary & Gerry Sullivan
Pat, I only met you a couple of times, but we always laughed that you must know that your husband's dog walking took him so long because he chatted and knew so many people along his route. What a wonderful and funny man. We are both going to miss teasing him and chatting about work and life. He told me once that not only was your name and his Pat, but his son's name was Pat and so was the dog's! I wish you all strength during this time and know that we are thinking of you all.
From: Merilyn and Keith Junkin
Dear Family We were very saddened to hear of the passing of Pat. We have very fond memories being neighbours on Redwing. Wishing you peace and comfort in the days ahead. Keeping you in our thoughts Merilyn and Keith Junkin
From: Greg Welton
Pat and Aiden: Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Had a great chat with Pat a few weeks ago. He was walking the dog and Cody was walking me. He was always entertaining and a great person to talk to. Fond memories of him tending goal for the Lindsay Jrs at the old arena. Our sincere condolences, Greg, Vicki, Jess and Cody Welton
From: Scott Morris and Family
Mr. Hogan was such a great man and I am greatly saddened by his passing. I remember many years of playing with Aidan as a kid and seeing Mr & Mrs. Hogan almost everyday for the early years of my life. My heart goes out to Aidan, Pat and all of the rest of the family that he left behind. Although I had not seen the Hogans in a few years my father would often run into Pat or Pat and they would pass along their good wishes and he would pass along ours to them. You will be sadly missed Pat.
From: Liz and Jesse Grimes
Pat and Aidan, Remembering our hockey days together....please know our thoughts and prayers are with you. We are so sorry to hear of Pat's passing.