DALESANDRO Patrick W.
of Davisburg, MI, passed away Wednesday, March 29, 2017. Born April 16, 1923 in Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania to loving parents, Katherina and Patsy Dalesandro. Beloved husband of Margaret; loving father of MaryAnn (Terence) Kemp; proud grandfather of Tracy (Garet) Whitman, Ryan (Leah) Tomkiewicz, Megan (Timothy) Mars and Katie (Cody Scaramuzzino) Kemp; great grandfather of Hunter, Lucas, Logan, Emersyn, Gage and Violet; dear brother of Gene (Jan) D’Alessandro and loving uncle to many nieces and nephews. Patrick was preceded in death by 5 siblings.
The family will receive friends Monday, April 3rd from 2:00 - 8:00 p.m. at our CLARKSTON location.
Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at COATS FUNERAL HOME – CLARKSTON (8909 Dixie Highway, Clarkston). Interment at Great Lakes National Cemetery will follow his service.
In Lieu of flowers, memorial tributes suggested to Hospice of Michigan.
incredible man that will be greatly missed. Uncle Pat was a true gentleman who grew up in the old school ways of thinking. Honestly never met a kinder person. He just knew how to relate to people. Uncle P was many years my senior, but at the card table he was a kid at heart. Rest In Peace sir
Marie (Caparella) Helton
I have such fond memories of "hunting season", all around Grandma's kitchen table! I know the No Salt salt shaker and the spearmint jelly leaves contributed to your long and happy life. Heaven has received a precious man. Miss and love you Uncle Pat. Marie & Dwight, Bob & Sandy Caparella
Uncle Pat was a loving uncle and mentor that had profound influence on me. I will always remember his wise advice. I learned from him not always in what he said but also in how he treated others. He was a man of integrity passing his lessons onto the next generation. He was a WWII veteran that did what had to be done as did all of the Greatest Generation. Thank you Uncle Pat. I will always remember and love you.
I'm so sorry to learn of Uncle Pat's passing, Im sorry I can't come to give my respect's.
I do know how much he Loved his Wife Margret & how Proud he was of his daughter Maryann, how he adores his grandchildren & great-grandchildren!!
You will be Very much missed!
I Love you all
all my Love,
Growing up I had the opportunity to be around "uncle" Pat, he was always kind n helpful with words of wisdom and I learned competitveness from him and Earl Knedgen
Whether ist was horseshoes, cards or golf. They always wanted to win and were angry when they lost. Growing up with out much, staying at his lake house with the Knedgen/ Dalesandros was the only vacation I would experience. Looking back I've been fortunate to know some great men. He was one, I have great respect for him and heaven just got a little better.