Patrick Chauncey Suter

Friday 4th of September 1987 - Saturday 26th of October 2019

Patrick Chauncey Suter

Services

Visitation

Oct 31, 2019 (12:00 pm - 2:00 pm)

Milward-Broadway

159 N. Broadway, Lexington, KY

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Graveside Service

Oct 31, 2019 (2:30 pm )

Lexington Cemetery

833 West Main St., Lexington, KY

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Patrick Chauncey Suter, 31, son of Theresa Prewitt, passed away on October 26, 2019.  His father, Robert C. Suter, preceded him in death.  He was born on September 4, 1987 in Lexington, Kentucky and after graduating from high school he became a cook at a local restaurant.

Visitation will be on Thursday, October 31, 2019, 12:00 to 2:00 PM, Milward-Broadway followed by a graveside service at the Lexington Cemetery at 2:30 PM.       

Guest Book

Robert Adams

says

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

2 weeks ago

Mike Langfels

says

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

2 weeks ago

Vanessa Hickey

says

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

3 weeks ago

Chad Relinski

says

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.

3 weeks ago