Reading and hearing the passing news can make anyone sad. But it become a daily part of the news as many people are dying these days due to many reasons. Some are dying due to age factors and some are dying due to natural causes. We all know that death is the only truth but still, we always denied to accept it and carry on living in an illusion world where nothing is permanent. Death is part of the life cycle and whether you want it or not you have to live with it. Though it is our right to get sad after learning the passing news of our favorite star or loved ones and something similar is feeling the fans.
Who Is Pat Kane?
Pat Kane who was the owner of Lylon Sleepers has sadly passed away. Losing a partner is one of the most traumatic events a person can ever experience. This life-changing experience is very difficult for a partner to cope with. The expectations and hopes of a future together are all just dreams now.
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Pat Kane tied with a knot his partner Donna Saunders in 1970. They met each other at the Ganders trade school. They ran into each other. Donna was initially drawn to Pat because of his thick, black eyebrows. Pat invited Donna out to the dance, and the two quickly started dating. Pat decided after their second date that Donna was the one he would eventually marry.
Pat was a lovely person who was a lovable father, son, child, and husband. He was passionate about spending time with his kids. His hobby was to listening traditional Newfoundland music on the radio.
Pat Kane made the most of life and touched the hearts of many people. He will always be remembered in all the people’s hearts who loved him and adore him. This is the most difficult situation for parents we hope that his parent and family get out of this grief state.
Pat requested cremation, and a visitation will be held for family and friends at Stacey’s Funeral Home on April 13, 2023, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. St. Joseph’s Church will host the funeral on Friday, April 14 at 2 p.m.We hope his soul will be rest in peace. Follow us for more updates and stay tuned to the social telecast.