6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Monday, May 1, 2017
Clarksville Funeral Home
100 West College Avenue
Clarksville, Texas, United States
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Blanton Creek Cemetery
Bagwell, Texas, United States
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Thursday, August 31, 2017
Jan and Barbara Rogers posted a condolence
Wednesday, May 3, 2017May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. Our most sincere condolences.
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Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Ann Hempel posted a condolence
Tuesday, May 2, 2017Praying for love and comfort.
Scott Thrash posted a condolence
Monday, May 1, 2017I learned a great deal from Pat over the years and we spent many days afield together hunting and fishing. He was an avid bowhunter, and he loved to mentor kids. I believe he got as much of a kick out of watching my son, Dillon, catch a fish than just about anything else in life. The world is at a loss. This man, my dear friend, is one that I loved and respected very much. My heart is in my throat and the sadness comes and goes. It's a very sad day for all who knew him. I try to remember that death is just a part of life and none of us are immune. One day, it will come for all of us. Until then, let's all take a lesson from Pat. Live it up!! RIP Pat. I'll join you on that big hunt before too long. He lives eternally.... ...in the wind.
Victor Barbosa posted a condolence
Monday, May 1, 2017We are sorry for your loss, our family is keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers. With love at this sad time, Victor & Tronnie Barbosa
JOHN DICKEY posted a condolence
Monday, May 1, 2017Rest in peace my friend. Our Lord God will watch over you now.
Brian Romero posted a condolence
Monday, May 1, 2017I was so sorry to hear about the loss of Pat. My thoughts are with everyone. He will be sorely missed. Me and him had some really great times together that I will be forever greatful I got to share with him.
Wayne Meuir posted a condolence
Monday, May 1, 2017Pat was a special person. He and my oldest Son, Kerry, have been best friends since grade school. Pat spent a lot of time at our house when they were growing up. I have hunted and fished with Pat many times and he was always happy and easy going and always had a lot of stories to tell. We have not seen each other much in the last few years because he lived so far away. I love him and will miss him and it seems impossible that he was taken from us so young. He is now in the arms of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and I will see him again in a better place. Wayne
Terry Hibbitts posted a condolence
Monday, May 1, 2017Pat was very special to me and it is hard to think that he is not with us any longer. I first met Pat when he was in my 6th grade science class in Wylie. When he found out I liked hunting, fishing, and looking for snakes, he begin calling to talk about his and my hunting and other outdoor activities. I think I had Pat in at least four of my classes, maybe five, 6th, 7th & 8th grade science, and Biology. He continued to call occasionally and talk about hunting and what snakes he and I had found. After high school, Owens Sausage, and riding bulls, I finally got to hunt with Pat and a couple of his friends, William Ellenburg and Kerry Meuir (also former students), on a deer lease near Mason. I learned a lot about Pat that hunting season. His knowledge of the game animals we were hunting and their behavior was greater than most degreed college students. I really enjoyed hunting with Pat over the years – always included great food, good hunting stories, and some good, deep discussions on life. I have often used Pat as an example for kids that you don’t have to go to some big famous university to become successful. I admired Pat’s persistence and determination. Almost every hunting season he would call and ask about what I had been hunting or what snakes I had found and then invite me on a hunt. One of my favorite hunts with Pat was when he invited a Wounded Warrior and his family to hunt on our lease in West Texas. It was great watching this family enjoying their weekend of hunting and watching Pat sharing his knowledge about techniques and strategies for hunting whitetails and mule deer. He also enjoyed sharing his hunting experience with kids (especially those who would otherwise not have the opportunity), and with his friends, and his family. Pat was not just an ex-student, he was my friend. He will be missed and dearly remembered. Terry Hibbitts
David Adams posted a condolence
Monday, May 1, 2017My Condolences to the family For many years Pat and I were always together going fishing, hunting or just hanging out with our families on the weekends. Denise and I were married @ there home in Floresville. Pat was a valuable and instrumental part of my son and daughters lives. Teaching and helping Corey to be a fishing guide, he loved spending the summers with Pat. Our daughter Kayla finished her senior year of high school and graduated from Floresville all the while living with Pat and Diane, and enjoying her senior year. So many good memories of vacations, Thanksgiving and Christmas get togethers. I have so many pictures of my friend and I over the years that I will cherish for the rest of my life. My heart is breaking for the loss of your son and brother, and my friend. Pat and I have not spoken for years and all I can say to that is, we were both stubborn men. Now he,s gone on to a better place with our lord, and I will never have a chance to tell him, I love you my friend let,s go hunting. I let him down he always kept in contact with Corey and Kayla and they both would say Pat wants you to call him. I just want you to know I will miss your son and brother, and I will reunite with him again. Rest in peace Patrick Duane Roebuck
Tracy ProTravel posted a condolence
Monday, May 1, 2017My prayers are with the family and my heart is heavy. I have known Pat for 20+ Years as a Client and became friends over the years. I will miss hearing your voice Pat
TJ and Ellen Blackwood-Costa posted a condolence
Sunday, April 30, 2017My memories of Pat are, he was one of our kids that were always at our house. I am so happy to be part of his early rodeo memories, He was so loved by so many, I don't know why some have to go so early in life, and leave so many broken hearts behind, but I am comforted that Bob Blackwood would be welcoming him into a new glorious arena, one with no more sickness and no more pain. I send my heartfelt prayers out to his family and friends, 2left behind, and I pray a peace to fill each hurting heart. God bless, Ellen and TJ
Joe Marshall posted a condolence
Sunday, April 30, 2017Pat was always fun whether we were hunting, or fishing, I am sorry that I didn't know he was sick!! I bet he is in heaven now hunting with another friend of his and mine, Jody Draughon. I'll miss visiting online with you, my friend, until we meet again, God Bless this man and take him into your hunting and fishing camp!!! Sincerely, Joe
Randy and Cindy Edelman posted a condolence
Sunday, April 30, 2017So sorry to hear about Pat , we have many fond memories of Randy coming to Texas to to hog hunt and fish in Texas with him and always enjoy when he came to Sabetha. Will miss him and we will hold on to the memories as you all will to. Randy and Cindy Edelman Sabetha, Kansas
Kathy Roebuck posted a condolence
Sunday, April 30, 2017My heart is breaking for you all.I wish I could be there for you but I am having surgery Tues. Please know I will be there in my heart. Love prayers snd light to all of you. I love you all!
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Sunday, April 30, 2017
Bobby Marshall posted a condolence
Sunday, April 30, 2017My condolences to Pat's family.. Pat, I wish I could've met you before this trajedy happened. Lots of fun going back and forth with you online. Dad said that you were a lot of fun to be around. I won't see you here my friend, but I will see you in a far better place. Keep 'em laughing up there buddy, so going to miss you !! God bless, and God speed.. Bobby Marshall