In Memory

Pat Mudd

Patrick Anthony Mudd

November 14, 1970 - May 30, 2005

 

Pat and his son Wyatt.



 
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11/24/08 03:00 PM #2    

Beth Cwiak Karrer

I hated to hear about Pat. It absolutely broke my heart. Pat was such a good guy, so kind. Julie Schardein and I use to talk to him all the time in 5th grade, we all sat together. When I would spend the night with her, we would dare each other to call him. He was always so sweet and usually ended up talking to Julie about St. X football or something!! So sorry for your loss Mike.

11/30/08 02:56 PM #3    

Julie Schardein

I was just devasted to hear about Pat's death. I have nothing but cherished memories of those times. I always enjoyed talking to Pat (it was always about my dad (he coached Pat in football) and my brother having gone to St. X ....but I didn't mind...I had just a little crush on him. I also remember his dad being so kind to me. He always had something nice to say. I'm sorry for your loss Mike.

12/02/08 06:12 PM #4    

Dale Wessel

Mike,
I am so sorry to hear about Pat's passing. I remember all those times at your guy's house. Walking around the neighborhood and goofing off and singing songs. I have great memories of us and will miss him.

Dale

12/04/08 05:29 PM #5    

Susan Bumann Bumann-Riehl

Who didn't have a crush on him. He was hot! Even by today's standards...LOL

Does anyone else remember that little strut he had?

12/05/08 12:10 AM #6    

James Heller

I remember playing little league baseball against Pat at Okalona. It seems like such a long time ago. You always hated it when he pitched against you because he was very good. Mike, I am sorry for your loss. You can see from all of the comments that he was well liked.

12/16/08 07:54 PM #7    

Reid Ashley

Pat, the quiet one. Always calm and introspective. He took a while to get to know, but once you had gained his trust he was loyal to you and he would stand by you. He is a good friend and is remembered by me as a true gentle man. I am sorry for your family's loss, Mike.

12/29/08 01:01 AM #8    

Billie Jo Free

Mike, I am so sorry for the passing of your brother.
Pat was so very nice, friendly and special to many people in our class. He was one of the few boys that wouldn't mind chatting with me before class. An angel on the ball field for sure. *Billie*

01/09/09 01:11 PM #9    

Sarah Ward Nielson

Mike,
I had a very close friend pass away at a very early age. I had a very difficult time accepting her death. I found a card at St. Paul's Cathedral in England that fianlly gave me peace to her death. I would like to share it with you and others who might have also loss someone they loved very much!

"DEATH is nothing at all. I have only slipped away into the next room. I am I, and you are you. Whatever we were to each other, that we still are. Call me by my old familiar name, speak to me in the easy way which you always used. Put no difference in your tone, wear no forced air of solemnity or sorrow. Laugh as we always laughed at the little jokes we enjoyed together. Play, smile, think of me, pray for me. Let my name be ever the household word that it always was, let it be spoken without effort, without the trace of a shadow on it. Life means all that it ever meant. It is the same as it ever was; there is unbroken continuity. Why should I be out of mind because I am out of sight? I am waiting for you, for an interval, somewhere very near, just around the corner. All is well."

I am so sorry for your loss and I hope this puts a small smile on your face!
Take care, Sarah Nielson (Ward)

03/24/09 10:26 PM #10    

Donnie Shircliff

Mike I too am so sorry for your families loss too. I can still remember all of the times playing intellivision at you'alls house, and shooting basketball, playing baseball, football, and running the streets till your dad figured us out. Mike give me a call sometime 650-2800, so we can do a little catching up man. I am so so sorry that I am just know finding this out about Pat.

Sincerely,
Donnie Shircliff

09/08/09 11:59 AM #11    

Kathy Burden Toth

Yes, I would have to ENTIRELY agree with everyone's comments in regards to Pat being a sweet person.

There was no doubt that he would grow and become a complete gentleman and a wonderful father.

I remember all the backyard games, whether it be kickball, basketball, or just plain acting silly in my backyard with you Mike, Pat, and even lil' Scotty. :)

The 3 of you were hilarious!

I am terribly sorry to hear about your loss and may God Bless You and your Family.

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