ForeverMissed
Pat Paul DeMone
1943-2021
His charisma for life and his true love for his family was immeasurable!
Nothing in this world made him happier than to see his grandchildren smiling and having fun. He was the most kind hearted man and the most generous human being. Nothing was ever too much to ask, he found a way to do it. His happiness was all dependent upon what he could do to make others smile. It was truly his passion in life, especially with his three grandchildren. 
Pat DeMone passed away on April 10,2021 at 10:38pm after battling the awful covid 19 virus for over a month. 
He tried his best to stay alive but sadly each day he was losing his strength. He was definitely doing all he could to try to persevere but eventually his heart then started to give out also. Our hearts are forever broken and a huge piece of all of them is now with our most loved father and idolized POP. 
WE love you so much Dad and Pop. You were and always will be our Idol. You were such an amazing, strong man that would do anything for his family. Most knew you as, "PAT the MAN" because when you we're asked by anyone it was certain to be done and done in the most first class way. 
Pat was a true entrepreneur in his field of advertising and of course his love of owning many bars and clubs. He was also part of the Military Police force during his time in the service.  He served his country with much pride and respect.  
Pat will be deeply missed by all of his family and friends.  He was a one in a million, our hero in many many ways. 
We love you forever Dad/Pop.  We will continue to share your many stories. One of the family favorites is when Carsen asked if Santa was your best friend. You loved to give more than anything else in the whole world.   You have given your family some of the best memories and you have given all of us a cherished life.  Always a respectful man of his word, trustworthy and sincere and always ready to lend a helping hand. No matter who it was and what they needed you were there for them.
We know you are continuing to watch over all of us and you are no longer struggling with anything and at pure peace. You were the most incredible dad and the most amazing Pop to the kids. You were the strong protector of all of us. The kindest most generous loving soul to us and your grandchildren. 
You will be remembered by many for your huge heart, the most loving father to Lois and Richard Vespe and Dana DeMone. The #1 Pop to your three grandchildren, Dene, Nicholas and Carsen Vespe. A loving brother to your sisters Joy Pagano and Loucille Elmer and their husbands. A caring uncle to all of his many nieces and nephews.  Please hug Mom extra tight for all of us. Hope you are both resting peacefully.
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Posted by Diane Cannon on April 29, 2021
I was blessed to know Pat for the last four years that I worked with him.. I am extremely sorry to see him go, Pat would share his stories with me on occasion at work and beautiful ones they were. Always would mention his family in the stories and his eyes would smile all the time! I will remember you Pat as a kind and very wise man! Thank you for are talks! Rest well Pat... Stretch those arms wide open and hug Lois.. I know how
much you missed her from you own words!!
Posted by Joy Pagano on April 22, 2021
Pat was loved and admired by all he met. He was very special to our family. I know how much he loved and how proud he was of his own family. I’m so sad that he is no longer with us, but he will always be in our hearts.  

Growing up, Pat was a prankster. He loved to tease our younger sister. He had many good friends. Pat worked hard at his education, eventually establishing his own successful business. If asked, he would tell you his most rewarding success is his family.

There are so many memories to look back on. 
One favorite is the Christmas Eve dinners when we were all together. How lucky we were to have him with us

Always remembered, never forgotten. Rest peacefully.
Posted by Lucille Elmer on April 21, 2021
To my loving brother Pat you will be missed dearly by me and my family. We all have wonderful memories from you. Especially at the holidays. You were so wonderful and generous to your nephews. It was like Santa came twice. I can still remember as a young girl you liked to tease me sometimes. I will miss just knowing you were there for me. I know you are with your family and at peace now. I will always carry you in my heart. Sending my love to you. Your loving sister Lucille ❤️
Posted by Lois Vespe on April 20, 2021
Today is your birthday Dad , happy birthday in heaven. I hope you are celebrating and catching up with all of your family members. we would be having dinner and celebrating you if you were here but instead we are sharing stories and toasting to you, we miss you and we love you always and forever. Thank you for all you did to give us an amazing life. You will be forever in my heart.

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Posted by Diane Cannon on April 29, 2021
I was blessed to know Pat for the last four years that I worked with him.. I am extremely sorry to see him go, Pat would share his stories with me on occasion at work and beautiful ones they were. Always would mention his family in the stories and his eyes would smile all the time! I will remember you Pat as a kind and very wise man! Thank you for are talks! Rest well Pat... Stretch those arms wide open and hug Lois.. I know how
much you missed her from you own words!!
Posted by Joy Pagano on April 22, 2021
Pat was loved and admired by all he met. He was very special to our family. I know how much he loved and how proud he was of his own family. I’m so sad that he is no longer with us, but he will always be in our hearts.  

Growing up, Pat was a prankster. He loved to tease our younger sister. He had many good friends. Pat worked hard at his education, eventually establishing his own successful business. If asked, he would tell you his most rewarding success is his family.

There are so many memories to look back on. 
One favorite is the Christmas Eve dinners when we were all together. How lucky we were to have him with us

Always remembered, never forgotten. Rest peacefully.
Posted by Lucille Elmer on April 21, 2021
To my loving brother Pat you will be missed dearly by me and my family. We all have wonderful memories from you. Especially at the holidays. You were so wonderful and generous to your nephews. It was like Santa came twice. I can still remember as a young girl you liked to tease me sometimes. I will miss just knowing you were there for me. I know you are with your family and at peace now. I will always carry you in my heart. Sending my love to you. Your loving sister Lucille ❤️
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