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Paul Pattison


Paul Pattison

Veterans Funeral Care Paul Pattison

Paul Marshall Pattison, 58, of Tucson, AZ, passed away September 26, 2007 at his residence in Tucson. He was born to Paul Victor Pattison and Dorothea Mae Riehert in East Liverpool, Ohio on Oct 10, 1948.

He was an administrator at the Primavera Foundation serving at the transitional housing facility at Five Points for 18 years. Recently he worked at Fry?s Supermarket in Tucson. He was absolutly committed to helping the homeless.

He is survived by his brother and sister in law, Bill & Judith Ann Pattison, Largo, Florida, his two nephews, Warren Pattison, of Mesa AZ, & Robert Pattison, of Colorado Springs, CO. A celebration of his Life will be held in Tucson. Arrangements entrusted to Adair Funeral Homes in Tucson and Veterans Funeral Care in Clearwater, FL.

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  • Jim Rudolph says:

    Bill,
    What a story of overcoming adversity. I enjoyed hearing the story of Paul’s life. God Bless you.

  • william v. pattison says:

    Thank you for all the memories of growing up with a great brother. You were the best, and you will be missed.
    I am so glad that we got back together again, and will miss our “telephone Christmas celebrations”. You were a real healing angel.
    With much love,
    Bill

  • Mary Lou Houllis says:

    Precious Bill,

    Our love is surrounding you and our light is infusing you as you walk through this time. Please know others are holding you up in spirit and feel their Oneness with you.

    Give your brothers family our love and let them know we are praying for them.

    We Love You Dearly,
    Mary Lou Houllis and
    New Beginning Ministries

  • Pat Pierce says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with the Pattison family at this sad time. Bill and Judith Ann – my deepest sympathy for this loss.

  • Brian says:

    Dear Bill,Judith Ann and family .. My deepest sympathies to you.. From everything I have head, Paul was an aweome light to those he served and continues to do so on the other side .. Love you guys.. Brian

  • Julie Blankenship says:

    Dear Bill and Judith Ann, Please know my thoughts are with you during this difficult time. My deepest condolences for your recent loss.

  • Bob Tamboli says:

    It is now your turn to enjoy the beauty and glory of being in the presence of the Lord. No more sadness, fear, or pain, only peace and happiness. I also believe you will meet in heaven some of the homeless people you helped, they can now thank you. God bless you.

  • MARK HADESTY says:

    Your brother and sister-in-law are two hoots ! Wish we could have met you. You’ld probably be like him !
    I’m sure you’ll be missed.
    love
    mark and pamela hadesty

  • Douglas Bonar says:

    Dear Ones, Deborah Clements my wife and I are friends of Bill and Judith Ann in Florida. We are knowing with you the deep love and joy that accompanies Paul onto his next spiritual expression. We give thanks for knowing his continued wholeness, and the wholeness of his family on this plane. Know that I am here for Bill and Judith Ann in support and in love. Blessings to all of you. In Love and in Light, Douglas Bonar

  • Scott Brickey says:

    Bill, my condolences to you and your family. I didn’t personally know your brother but I remember the stories you’ve shared with me. May he rest in peace. God Bless…

  • Eve Schaefer says:

    Paul willis truly missed by all of us at Frys. I have a lot of respect and admiration for him, he always had a kind word and joke to keep us going. It is with great sadness and regret when we heard the horrible news. We are truly heartbroken and we will always keep his spirit alive with us.
    Paul never had a mean or complaining remark . I am personally very sad that I will not get to see him dress up like Elwood Blues Brother for Halloween, as he did last year.
    What an honor it is for me to say that I am so grateful that I got to be Paul’s friend and co-worker. He is truly loved. God bless the family, I am truly sorry.

  • Kevin Begley says:

    My Condolences to Bill and Family

  • Penny Cook Magiary says:

    I’ve known Paul since he married my cousin by marriage in the early 70’s. He and I were good friends, I believe. We had a love of poetry in common, though we never read each other’s work. He went through rough times and came back a better man. I am very proud to call him “friend” and am deeply saddened by his loss–I had been thinking about him a lot lately. It’s good to know that he is at peace finally.

  • Adam Ragsdale says:

    Paul,

    you were a great person, your energy and enthusiasm is something to be admired. People say I have big shoes to fill in your stead. I will never attempt to fill those shoes as you were a one of a kind, but instead, before making decisions, I will think to myself, “what would Paul have done?” Thanks for all the memories, the jokes and for just being you. You are missed my friend.

  • Paige Maier says:

    Paul was one of those people that everyone looked up to and admired, he had so many wonderful qualities, but my favorite quality was his kindness. If the president of the u.s. and a homeless man were in the same room with him, he would assurably talk to the homeless man with the same respect as the president! That was the kind of guy he was, he would give the shirt off his back for anyone.
    We love and miss you Paul!!

  • Ruth Kontos says:

    He will be remembered by all as a caring loving soul with the soul of a poet. God bless

  • Kelly Griffith says:

    Paul loved celebrations – esp. the holidays. He will be missed by many. Thank you Paul for your compassionate service to the homeless, for your sense of humor and style.

  • pinny sis says:

    i will sadly miss my poker and literati friend, he sent me the greatest music and made me laugh…a special yo yo yo to my bro in heaven, love pinny pin pin

  • Cyn says:

    He really was a very special man. I will always remember him singing to me.

  • kenneth schaff says:

    Paul was a very good friend we shaired many happy times and was there for each other during some sad ones. Paul was a great sholder to cry on. I will miss him very much, Bye Paul and thankyou for being you, your frend Kenny