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Patrick was born Saturday, March 3, 1956 in Sandy Bay, Saskatchewan to Cyril and Emily Ballantyne.
Patrick’s special interest during his lifetime with us will be memorable.
He enjoyed his dancing; square dancing and jigging. Also getting together with his friends for card games of Texas Hold-Em’ and Trump. While he was healthy he played baseball and hockey. He also enjoyed camping outdoors with his family especially when his mother-in-law’s birthday came along, he would pack her tents and set camp at The Bay. He also enjoyed setting snares for rabbits.
Patrick had a truck that he travelled a lot with going to places like Prince Albert, Pelican, Flin Flon, Southend, Denare Beach and Saskatoon. There are a lot of great experiences we had with our brother, friends, uncle, grandpa and a dear husband.
Patrick’s faith changed when he was told that he had cancer. His love for his family became greater and stronger and dearly loved the little children, who were very special to him. We will always cherish those memories of “Patio” in our hearts, as his journey begins.
We thank our good Lord for allowing him to be with us here on earth. We love you “Patio”, yes, we will miss you, but we know that you will visit us from time to time here on earth.
Patrick passed away peacefully with family by his side on his best man’s birthday, (Gary S. Morin Sr.) Monday, January 2, 2012 at his home in Sandy Bay, Saskatchewan, at the age of 55 years. Gary went to prepare a place for Patrick’s arrival on Patrick’s birthday March 3, 2008.
Patrick is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 34years, Sylvia Daniels; daughters Kateri (Frank McKay), Jessica (Cory Bear), Nola, Natasha; sons Darcy, Wendell, Clae, Dionne, Floyd, Daniel, Jodie, Kosty; grandchildren Iskwisis, Nitanis, Marcy, Moses John, Sage, John; all Patrick’s godchildren.
Patrick is also survived by his brothers Louie, Emile, Harold, Brian, Leonard; sisters Myrtle, Marie, Melanie, Elise, Helen, Flora, Vickie, Laura; special uncles George Caribou, Myles Colomb, Ignace “King” Bighetty, John James Daniels; special aunties Marie Caribou, Margaret Bighetty, Marie Louise Ballantyne; mother-in-law Mary Ann Morin; brothers-in-law Martin, Harold, Gordon, Raymond, Stanley, Solomon, Charlie, Dennis, Roland; sisters-in-law Bella, Kathy, Mary, Lillian.
Patrick was predeceased by his sons Cyril Joseph “Polooks”, Bradley; grandson Cyril Jr.; parents Cyril and Emily Daniels; father-in-law Joseph Morin; brothers Cornelius, Marvin, Howard; sisters Gladys; brothers-in-law Lawrence Morin, Floyd Morin; sisters-in-law Emily Morin, Maggie Morin; son-in-law Peter James Bear; and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and relatives.
Friday, January 6, 2012 and Saturday, January 7, 2012
“Patio’s Place” Sandy Bay, Saskatchewan
Sunday, January 8, 2012 2:00 pm
Our Lady Of Seven Sorrows Roman Catholic Church
Sandy Bay, Saskatchewan
Presider: Brother Harley Apps
Music Ministry: Sandy Bay Choir
Marcel Bear Memorial Cemetery, Sandy Bay, Saskatchewan
Darcy, Sonny, Clae, Dionne, Jody, Kosty, Floyd, Daniel Moise,
Frank, Cory, Sunnyman, Lucas, Emile, Harold, Brian, Raymond,
Leonard Daniels, Elias Caribou, Andy and Lloyd Daniels,
Margaret Doucette, George Morin, Hector Morin Sr.,
Peter and Noreen Merasty, Randy Bear, Leroy, Boss, Sandra, Christopher, Christina, Belinda, Blake, Mitch, Koby, PomPoms, Toe Toes, Merredi, Myles, Martina, Kimberly and Melvin, Kevin Jr., Frederick Jr.,
Lisa and Misty Daniels, Delinda Morin.
“The Other Wife” Nola Bear, his special sister Velma Bear,
his “baby girls” Mona Bear and Delores Cook, “Nistaw” Marty, Andy and Barbara, Lloyd and Sandra, Harvey and Marilyn, Raymond and Madonna,
Hilda Bear, Morley and Sally Cook, Leonard and Mary,
Ron and Madeline Dumas, Randy Bear, Curtis, Gordie, Leanna, Napew, Family in La-Ronge, Family and Friends in Pelican Narrows, Southend, Pukatawagan and Denare Beach.
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