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Patrick Anthony
Beattie

Beattie, Patrick Anthony,

Passed away on Saturday, March 4th, 2017 at the age of 69. Loving dad of Cassandra (Michael) Kadlec, Andrew (Kristen) Beattie, Jessica (Ryan) Bolze, and Edward (Cindy) Beattie. Proud grandpa of Madison, Tanner, Reese, Calvin, Sydney, Caitlin, Ashlin, and Adrielle. Son of the late Eugene and Esther. Brother of Brian (Jeanne), Jerry (Karen), the late Rosemary, and the late Carolyn. Patrick will also be missed by cousins, aunts, uncles, and countless friends.

A memorial visitation will be held on Saturday, March 18th, 2017 at the FUNERAL HOME from 10AM-1PM, followed by a memorial service at 1PM.

Patrick very much enjoyed working for the CIS Group of Southlake, TX, where his co-workers were like his 2nd family. Before moving to Texas, Patrick lived in Oak Creek, WI where he was very involved with community activities. He loved to spoil his grandchildren, who were his life. Pat appreciated a good pint and debate. As an adopted Texan, he loved bbq, horses, the wide open expanses of Texas and the blue bonnets of spring. He also enjoyed hunting, fishing, and spending time with cousins, aunts, and uncles up north.

Heritage Funeral Homes
Johnson-Reiss-Klemmer
Scheuerell-Tyborski
9200 S. 27th St (414)761-2750
www.heritagefuneral.com

Past Comments

Sherry Phillips

Pat,
Words can’t begin to express my thoughts & feelings for you. You were such a caring, thoughtful person to everyone. You definitely were my knight & shining armour in my life on many occasions! I will never forget you, but will always miss you… i ferl honored thst yoi were my true friend. Love, til I see you again in heaven someday!
Sherry

Jeanette Gray

Pat will be missed by so many and has joined the great card party with those who greeted him at the gates of heaven! Shine down on your family & keep watch over them as they cherish the memories of you. My thoughts and prayers for the family as they lay him to rest.

Richard W Drake

This tribute is a bit late but it has been very difficult to place something in writing. Pat was a brother. We shared things that only brothers share and loved each other as brothers. He is missed.

Sherry Phillips

Pat,
Words can’t begin to express my thoughts & feelings for you. You were such a caring, thoughtful person to everyone. You definitely were my knight & shining armour in my life on many occasions! I will never forget you, but will always miss you… i ferl honored thst yoi were my true friend. Love, til I see you again in heaven someday!
Sherry

Morgan Cassady

Pat was a man of character, principle and thoroughly enjoyed life. He will be missed.

I was fortunate enough to have worked with him for the last 12 years or so and I cannot count the number of wonderful stories I have about him.

Here is what I learned from him.

Never pass up an opportunity to try a locally owned restaurant, and be sure to ask them “What are you know for?”.
Enjoy where you are, take it all in. Learn what you can from where you are now.
Be kind to everyone, and you never know what blessings you will receive in return.

Pat will be missed but never forgotten.

Morgan Cassady

Sandy Heyse Meinig and Bob S. Meinig

A true friend from kindergarten until the present and beyond. Pat will watch over his kids, grandkids and the rest of his family and so many friends with his love, smiles and many hugs. Love him forever. We know for certain he is with his Heavenly Father. We love you Pat.

Bethany Edwards

I cannot begin to tell you how much I will miss Pat–and his contagious smile and love for life. I’m thankful to have known him and to have witnessed the dedication he had toward his family and CIS Group. I will think of Pat each time I eat Barbeque; eat at a hole in the wall; drink a cold beer or a glass of red wine; or when I see a handsome man in a nice, bright starched shirt. And when I have grandchildren, I will see them often, take many pictures to share, and show all the pride and joy that Pat showed. I will always love you, Beattie!

Rick Sanchez

I was saddened to hear the news about Pat. Pat was one of the first people that I met at CIS Group. We worked together and had a few road trips to calibrate new inspectors. Pat would do everything possible to avoid a chain restaurant. He loved little hole in the wall places and preferred barbeque and Mexican food. I enjoyed listening to his stories about his travels and his beloved grandchildren. Pat had a very fun and positive attitude about life. He will certainly be missed at CIS Group.

Sheryl Kernh

My deepest sympathy goes out to all of you during this difficult time. Your father and I shared some fun times and really good BBQ’S. He always spoke so highly of all of you and enjoyed the time he spent being with you all. He loved Texas so much and couldn’t wait for the bluebonnets to start blooming, which probably are now. Prayers are sent your way.

Pat Sterling

So many of you knew Pat in a why I did not. You knew the hunter, beer drinker, the man who had something to say about everything. But, I knew a man who was tender, soft spoken, caring,giving and fun. To me he was a great listener. He encouraged me to do my best work and to grow as a person. I knew the man who cried at the movie Flags of our Fathers. He loved the Texas sunsets in silence, as he watched the sun fall from the sky from his back porch rocker, just enjoying every moment of the closing of the day. I knew the man who would call me to announce the arrival of the first Texas bluebonnets along the state highway while on his travels. I helped him work on his house in Springtown for many months until it was decorated in his beloved Texas style. He loved doing projects with me so when we finished that house he sold it and moved to the one next door to start putting his own brand style on that house as well, a why to keep busy and me as well. We had many plans for that house. He was stubborn but I managed to guide him through some design issues that would better serve his needs and that was a challenge. A slow talking Texas girl and a fast talking ALMOST Texas guy (he fussed at me for calling him “almost ” Texan)….we enjoyed our time together, our talks and our projects. I will miss his phone calls when he said “Howdy, what’s happening?” He was the only person I know that actually said “Howdy” I loved it. Yes, Pat Beattie was a fast talker, great father and grandpa, outdoors man and hard headed but he was also a kind gentle loving man.
As I watch the bluebonnets start to bloom I have both sadness in my heart as well as joy. I know he sees his Texas as spring unfolds the beauty he so loved
Rest well my dear loving friend, you will be missed.

Pat Sterling

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