Patrick Allen Pattison, age 54, of Jamestown, New York passed away unexpectedly on Saturday August 6, 2011 and is now finally at peace.

He was born on November 19, 1956 in Erie to the late Robert Allen Pattison and Mildred English Braley Pattison Lane.

Pat graduated from Panama Central High School in Panama, NY and then married his high school sweet heart, building a home together in Jamestown, NY.  Prior to his illness, he was employed at Chautauqua Hardware for 25 years.

Pat will always be remembered for his love of cars, having meticulously restored several of them over the years. He also loved to build model cars and share them with his family and friends. He was a huge fan of drag racing and attended the races whenever he had the chance.

Pat had a great affection for animals, especially his dogs! He was blessed with a “green thumb” and could seemingly make anything grow and bloom! Those who truly knew him will miss him immensely.

Besides his parents he was preceded in death by his former father-in-law, Howard Turck.

He is survived by his three children, son Steven Michael Pattison and his companion Kara of New York City; daughters, Kate Valvo and husband Adam of Jamestown and Holly Pattison of Jamestown, NY who resides with his former wife Cindy Turck Pattison; sisters, Judi Martina and her husband Louie, Linda Hale, Mickie Hart and companion Russell McIntyre all of North East; brothers, Jim Braley, Tom Braley and his wife Beverly; several uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces and nephews.

Arrangements were handled by the William D. Elkin Funeral Home 65 S. Lake St. North East. 

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