- 59 years old
- Date of birth: Aug 27, 1957
- Place of birth:
Reno, Nevada, United States
- Date of passing: Nov 3, 2016
- Place of passing:
Port Charlotte, Florida, United States
|Let the memory of Patrick be with us forever|
Patrick Delbert Marshall of Naples, Florida, returned home to the Lord on Thursday November 3, 2016 at Tidwell Hospice House of Port Charlotte. He was 59 years old. He was born on August 27, 1957 in Reno, Nevada. He attended Carthage Central High School, and on June 20 1976, he married Sharon Ward of Harrisville, NY. Together they had 2 children: Amber and Hayley.
Patrick worked as an instrumentation engineer at Georgia Pacific and dedicated himself to his family and friends. A unique soul, Patrick was a very light spirit, an amazing family man. He was a loving father and incredible grandfather who enjoyed making people laugh and feel good. He will be greatly missed.
Patrick is survived by his loving mother, Eudora (Dewitt) Marshall of Watertown, NY, wife Sharon Marshall of Roanoke, VA, 2 daughters, Amber (Michael) Palleschi of Naples, FL and Hayley (Travis) McCleksey, of Cartersville, GA along with 2 loving grandchildren, Tristan and Lillian Palleschi of Naples, FL. He is also survived by 2 loving sisters and 2 brothers, Sherri (Steven) Munson of Watertown, Penny (Timothy) Williams of Schenectady, NY, Edward Kendall of Wernersville, NY and Steven Marshall of Black River, NY, a brother-in-law Charles Smith of Constable, NY and several nieces and nephews. His father, Dewitt Marshall of Watertown, NY, predeceases him in death.
A memorial service and celebration of his life, organized by his adoring family and favorite son-in-law, will be held at the United Methodist Church in Harrisville, NY on Saturday November 19, 2016. Calling hours will begin at 12pm followed by the Memorial Service at 1pm. A Christian burial at the East Pitcairn Cemetery in Pitcairn, NY will follow the services. Memorial donations may be made in Patrick’s name to the Tidwell Hospice House of Port Charlotte, FL.
"My heartfelt condolences to Pat's family. He was the most kind, loving, funny person I have ever met. He and Sharon shared a love and a bond so strong that it lasted through all adversity. It was a rare and wonderful thing to see. Their time together was cut too short."
"Pat was one a very loving and caring man. I had the honor of getting to know him . When Pat and Sharon , lived in Cartersville, Ga. My husband and I got to know them really well. We both thought a lot of Pat. He was easy to love. Lots of fun to be around. R.I.P. Pat no more pain. Sharon, you and the girls are in my thoughts and prayers. Love you Sharon!"
"I had the honor to know Pat and no one could ask for a kinder man. Pat was a man's man in every aspect from loving his family to making friends feel like family. He will be missed but always thought of with love."
"My sweet handsome cousin. I will always remember how cool I always thought you were. So handsome & sweet. Your smile would light up the darkest of rooms. You inherited your fathers charm. I find great comfort knowing you are reunited with the best family EVER!! I love you Pat ❤️ Until we meet again sweet cousin."
"You were my first nephew and will always be my favorite. I remember the night you baby sit for me and when we returned home the boys were in bed asleep, all the lights were on and you were gone. You thought we had come home so you went home and you were in bed when I called. Of course you were forgiven, but your mother was very upset. I will forever miss your beautiful blue eyes with the long eye lashes. I know you are in a better place but I'm sure going to miss you."
"The first time we meet Pat And Sharon we had them for a traditional Italian dinner to our restaurant. We enjoyed several glasses of Vinnie's homemade wine, everyone was enjoying themselves at One point we had started a conversation where we had Michael and Amber Married,their wedding completely planned out and moved on picking out the names of all the children they were to have, I think at one point we decided they were having twins. We have had wonderful memories over the years, marriage of our children, the births of our grandchildren, Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, Many Birthday's,trick or treating with the grandchildren or just Sunday dinners at Michael and Amber's!! Pat was a wonderful family man and a wonderful friend! He will be missed."
"I remember when Pat was young, he used to come over to our house with all the neighborhood kids and play hide and seek in the evening. They had so much fun. He was a special boy.
"Unfortunately, I did not know Pat when he was in his prime. But, in the time I was able to spend with him he had more passion and presence then anyone I have ever met."
"My condolences to the family,he was a very nice,man willing to help everyone, he will be greatly missed,I was a neighbor, friend for years ,have thought if the family many times over the years,prayers for the family!"
"Rest in peace, Patrick"