Patrick Chauncey Suter
Friday 4th of September 1987 - Saturday 26th of October 2019
Mary E. Furnishsays
I only knew you briefly through Ben Smith, and bought you a bike years ago...but I am so very saddened by your tormented passing. I'm praying you have found peace.
Patrick, I did not know you well and I'm saddened by your passing. You always treated me with respect and kind service at Puccini's and I appreciated the way you slid my beers to me across the counter. I wish I'd known you better. I was happy I gave you a birthday gift last month. May you find peace in God's arms. God Bless you soul. Respectfully, Robert Adams Vietnam Vet
The Suter family are in my prayers. I have served the Frantz Mechanical family for many years. My thoughts are with you during this time. Mike & Julie Langfels
No one knew the torment, that you were going through; We only kept on seeing What we really wanted to. We saw the outward smile, but not your inner pain; We never really dreamt, That you would never smile again. Forgive us if we failed to see, What we could do to aid; Or if we failed to comprehend, How much you were afraid. We pray your mental anguish, Will now forever cease; And that your deep anxieties, Will be replaced by peace. We know your pain invaded, Every single thought you had; It made you cry internally, And deeply, deeply sad. But we in turn remember, The good times, not the bad; We remember when you smiled at us, And not when you were sad. So when we think about your life, We won’t dwell upon its close; We’ll remember all the good times, And forget about life’s blows. We’ll remember all the happiness, The joy and not the tears; The assurance and the confidence, And not irrational fears. Our lives have all been better, Because you have been there; So now we leave your memory, In God’s all-loving care. (c) 2008 Dick Underwood
My mind wanders back to that late night years ago. Econochrist blasting through the stereo for the third time in a row. Just two misfits with no where to go in this cold and lonely world. But at that moment as the record comes to an end I put my arm around the shoulder of a very close friend. we smile and continue to thrash on for tomorrow is uncertain but this moment lives on. Love and miss you Patty.