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Patrick D. Healy

Patrick Dennis Healy, age 70, a resident of Silver Lake, Wisconsin, passed away on October 5, 2020 at Hospice Alliance Hospice House in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin.  A veteran of the U.S. Army, he was born and raised in Visitation Parish in Chicago, IL.  Beloved son of the late Thomas and Rita Healy.  Loving brother of Maureen (Ted) O’Connor, Michael (Dottie) Healy, Peggy (the late Brian) Dosch, Brian (Katleya) Healy, and the late Mary (Don) Bartecki.  Fond uncle of many nieces and nephews.  Pat was a longtime resident of Southeast Wisconsin and a loyal and true friend to many, including cherished friends from Visitation. 

Interment will be private.  Due to the pandemic, a memorial service will be held at a later date.  Donations welcome to Hospice Alliance Hospice House: 10220 Prairie Ridge Boulevard, Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158.

6 comments

  1. May Pat’s memory be a blessing.

  2. Rest in peace Pat. We had great
    Times when we were kids.

  3. I hope youre at peace now pi.i love you man .

  4. Ed and Roberta Bannon October 10, 2020 at 10:05 am

    You’re at rest now, Pat. We are honored to donate to the
    Hospice Alliance Hospice House in Wisconsin in Pat’s name for the excellent care and devotion to this man while there. Thank you for your service for this family and all the others.

  5. So sorry to hear about Pat. Pat was always good for a laugh and quite the character. I have fond memories of cousin Pat from my childhood. Prayers to the family for comfort in your time of loss.

  6. Thank you Pat for being my brother-in-law and my friend. Thank you for being the godfather to my daughter, Catherine Healy. Thank for for your kindnesses to us, for the years you helped out with small tasks and for the years you attended Catherine’s plays and school programs and the children’s mass to watch her read or sing. Your kindness and silent strength helped her achieve the great successes that she has and will continue to achieve as a member of the clergy. We have made a donation in your memory to Hospice House. May God hold you in the palm of his hand.

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