Kevin P. Patterson, 63, of Belleville, IL, born Thursday, September 6, 1956 in St. Louis, MO, passed away Saturday, February 29, 2020 at Memorial Hospital in Belleville, IL.
Kevin worked as a Coordinator for Red Cross. He was the founder and director of the Tuesday night Horseshoe Club.
He was preceded in death by his:
- Parents: Lindy Miles and Alice Marie, nee Hardwick, Patterson
- Father and mother-in-law: Joseph and Lillian Warford
- Sally Patterson
- Patricia Parker
- Michael Warford
- William E. Warford
Surviving are his:
- Wife: Peggy Patterson of Belleville, IL
- Michael Patterson of Chicago, IL
- Dennis (Debe) Patterson of Waterloo, IL
- Stephen (Deborah) Patterson of Belleville, IL
- Sister: Maryalice (Steve) Bartz of St. Louis, MO
- Faithful companion: Jameson Fireball
- Dear nieces, nephews
- Great nieces and nephews
- Great -great nieces and nephews
Please consider being a organ or tissue donor
Memorials: Memorials may be made to the Stray Rescue or the American Red Cross
Visitation: Visitation from 1:00 – 3:00 pm, Saturday, March 7, 2020 at Kurrus Funeral Home in Belleville, IL.
Funeral: Funeral Services will be held at 3:00 pm, Saturday, March 7, 2020 at Kurrus Funeral Home, Private interment.
So sorry for your loss !
My deepest sympathy, Peggy, in the loss of your dear husband. Love and prayers for you and Kevin’s family.
Sorry hear about Kevin. Family in my prayers he was good person
Sorry for your family’s loss. Kevin was great. I really enjoyed my time playing horseshoes in your back yard. Sorry I am unable to make the wake we will be out of town.
We worked at The American Red Cross together briefly but every day with you was fun, courteous and a blessing! Thank you for everything you have done. You will be deeply missed
Sending hearfelt codolences , so sorry to hear of your familys loss. Hugs, prayers and strength sent out to all of Kevin,’s family, friends and loved ones. He was a wonderful guy that had an excellent sense of humor. He was very caring and down to earth man. I saw him approach part of his life with humor and was one to always give someone a helping hand. I had the pleasure of working with this kind hearted, fun loving, jovial man for years, I always looked forward to seeing him and sharing few laughs, He always talked of his family and friends and had a dedication to them and his job that were both fierce. He loved his family, a good laugh, good grilling and just life itself. You will be me missed Kevin. RIP brother, hope to catch you on otherside. We may have to have a meeting with your friend Jameson!
Goodbye old friend. I hope there is no pain on the other side
Such a loss of a great guy! My sincerest sympathies to family and friends!
Peggy so sorry for your loss. I’ve known Kevin my entire life, since Lindy and Marie used to babysit me for my mom. He’ll be greatly missed. ??
I am honored and blessed to have known Kevin. He was truly a blessing in my life and I will miss him. My condolences.
George Sr. and Della Schaub
Kev leaves a legacy of unconditional kindness and caring of heart to all that knew him. My sincere sympathy and loving prayers to all that hold his memories In their hearts, especially to Peggy and his extended family and friends.
Peggy. I am so sorry for the loss of your loving husband Kevin. We worked together at the Red Cross for ten years. He was a hard worker and loyal member of our team. Kevin had a great sense of humor and kept his co-workers spirits alive during stressful times. We remained good friends and talked by phone often to cheer each other up. The world truly lossed a great human being and my sympathy’s go out to his family, relatives and friends. Rest in peace my brother.