And trust me, its not because he doesn't love his adoring fans.It's because it would take us two hours to walk 10 blocks if he stopped for every photo request or over zealous stranger trying to hold their mobile to his ear asking, But as the Law of Mr. He taught his children and grandchildren to appreciate nature and the importance of hard work. Loving, kind and compassionate, he was selfless, always putting others’ needs before his own.
As we like to say to each other, But I also knew from a public relations standpoint that this perhaps was not a good time to be tucked away.
Therefore, like any good friend would do, I suggested we get ourselves all dolled up and go to the one place that would make everything feel, or at least look better -- to herald their return to the fold.
Friends may call Thursday (May 17th) from 3 to 6 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Penn Yan Bible Church, 2015 Kimball Rd., Penn Yan, NY 14527. Pat is also survived by many dear friends, and his sweet pup, Miss Cora.
Pat is survived by his wife of 44 years, Jody; three children, Regina Lee (Todd) Lynd, Todd Devlin and Erick John Devlin; seven grandchildren, Arielle Rose (Blake Bishop) Lynd and Dennis Patrick Daniel Lynd; Holden Costlow; Maddison Jozette Devlin, Mac Kenzie Alexis Devlin, Alexander O’Shay Devlin and Sophia Katherine Turner.
Please visit send a message of condolence to the Devlin family. He was born in October 1918 in Jeannette, PA to Lucy and Esker Frum.
_______________________________________________ Penn Yan - Howard P. From an early age he was an avid outdoorsman and keen observer of nature, sharing numerous hunting and fishing adventures with his wife and children.
I know some people don't put much stock into the hole astrology thing, but I am a firm believer it has been our Aries spirit, drive, passion and fire that has carried us both through the worst and best of times.
So while the blogs and Internet were buzzing with the news of my dearest friends "firing", I had a pretty good idea that Jay would be tucked in his New York City hotel room going about his business as if nothing had happened.
Howard began his career at the Elliott Company in Jeannette, PA as an Engineer.
He transitioned to the Army for the course of World War II, where he served as a Chief Warrant Officer in Europe, finishing his service at Fort Eustis, VA.