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  Patrick “Patio” Parker

It saddens us deeply to announce the Passing of a Father, Son, Uncle, Great Friend, and Brother; Patrick “Patio” Parker. God made a calling, calling Patio home on October 16, 2023.  

 Patio made his grand entrance in this world to two terrific parents, Joe and Irene Parker. 

Patio loved everything in life, the outdoors, fishing with his daughters, family, and friends, salt water fishing off the rocks or on a boat. He had so many great fishing spots that they went to.  Patio enjoyed watching Wrestling with great buddies of his. He even attended a few live wrestling matches with good buddies. He enjoyed riding his Harley when the opportunity was available. Patio enjoyed playing pool at local places in Putnam, some places are still here and some places are not. When Patio was young he played Football and his nick name was “Animal” because he took the game seriously and did some crazy plays and tackles. Patio enjoyed life.   

Patio enjoyed spending time with family and friends, which made awesome memories for all.                                         Patio was an easy going person; he made lots of friends wherever he went throughout his life. 

Patio was a hard avid worker. Back in his younger days he had an opportunity to accept a job with a carnival assembling and disassembling rides, and he took it. This gave him the opportunity to travel to different states and cities. Patio worked at different places throughout his life. He made lots of friends and memories. 

Patio leaves behind two daughters: Mary Delana Madsen and Jaimie Parker. Four grandchildren: Thomas, Malchi, Joanna and Cyrus. Four sisters: Cathy Angell, Jackie Breton, April (Joe) Madigan, Edie (Bob) McClintock, a brother Michael Parker, nieces, nephews, cousins, Uncles, and a whole lot of great friends.

Patio is preceded by his: Parents, Grand Parents, a Brother, Four Brother-in-laws, Nieces, Nephews, Cousins, Aunts, Uncles and most of all his greatest devoted fur baby, best buddy in the world his dog Midnight.

“If Tears could build a stairway, and memories a lane, we would walk right up to Heaven and bring you home again”

            Patio Loved every person whom was in his life.  “We Love You and Miss You Patio” “Till we meet again”

Services will be held at a later date.                    

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