Patrick O'Brien

Obituary of Patrick O'Brien

Endicott - Patrick Eugene O'Brien of Endicott, age 84, died at UHS Wilson Memorial Hospital on Saturday, May 22, 2021. Predeceased by father, Edward, mother, Mabelle, brother, Edward, son, Stephen and his dog, Josh, he is survived by wife Cynthia, brother/sister-in-Law Bill/Shirlenn; brother-in-law/sister-in law, Stephen/Marie; son/daughter-in-law, Kevin/Trish, son/daughter-in-law Terry/Ann, son/partner Thomas/Dan, daughter Karen, daughter-in-law, Jessica; grandchildren Shannon, Brennen, Amanda, Thomas, Emily, Tristan and Lukas; great-grandchildren Evelyn, Isabelle and several nieces and nephews. Graduate of UE High School, class of 1955, actively involved (Key Club President, Volleyball Team), Middle School Class President. Earned a scholarship to Lafayette College. Married in 1957 for 64 happy years. He worked 33 years within IBM as an IT Manager within IBM Federal Systems Owego. When he retired, he spent many years collecting and selling antiques. He enjoyed many great times with family and friends. He enjoyed greatly his morning breakfast visits with many over the years in the areas. He loved Endicott and his friends. At an early age he loved being with his Brothers/Family up at Hatch lake. Later on, he shared the family cottage with his two brothers, where our family had many memorable times. At the cottage, he loved boating, swimming and of course, eating good food. He enjoyed watching baseball, tennis and basketball. He was a loving husband, great friend and caring father. As a father, we learned a ton from him. He was always very knowledgeable on so many things and on how to fix things and help others. Visiting hour will be at noon and a brief Funeral Service at 1pm at Coleman and Daniels Funeral Home, Tuesday June 1st. Burial service will be held at Woodlawn Cemetery at 1pm June 2nd in Hamilton, NY. Thank you to friends and family for your support and prayers. We greatly appreciate this. Dad is and will always be a great loss to our Family. Expressions of Sympathy in his memory may be made to the American Heart Association, the Animal Shelter or ASPCA.
A Memorial Tree was planted for Patrick
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Coleman & Daniels Funeral Home Inc
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