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Weed Corley Fish Funeral Homes and Cremation Services

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OBITUARY

Patrick Metts Stevens

March 16, 1987June 26, 2020

Patrick Metts Stevens was born on March 16, 1987 in Dallas, TX and passed away on June 26, 2020 and is under the care of Weed Corley Fish Funeral Homes and Cremation Services.

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Debee Foster

July 8, 2020

My heart is breaking over the untimely death of my nephew, Patrick. I will forever miss hearing him call me Doom Boom. I will always remember Sunday lunches that we shared . Patrick was a gentle giant with a huge heart. I will always remember him at Christmas, he had enough bath and body works for me that it would take me to next Christmas. What was so amazing was that he would pick it out himself.
Patrick you will always be in my heart and mind until we meet again.
Aunt Doom Boom

melissa downing

July 7, 2020

Many of my fondest childhood memories were created alongside Patrick, Phillip, Sue and Steve Stevens. Their annual holiday gatherings were so full of love, laughter and magic they've left a lifelong impression upon me. Thank you for blessing me with these cherished memories of your sweet son. I am so sorry for your loss. You are all in my thoughts.

David Case

July 7, 2020

I’m not surprised to see all of the wonderful memories and experiences everyone had with Patrick. He had such a big heart paired with a naturally kind disposition.
I’ll forever be thankful for all the memories of getting to talk at length with Patrick and time spent walking alongside him in service.

Praying for peace to his family & friends.

Ariana Pleasure

July 5, 2020

I was in a creative writing class this past semester with Patrick and it was an absolute joy to witness his work and energy. I admired Patrick's kindness and thoughtfulness in the classroom. His writing was wonderful and thought-provoking and I am grateful to have gotten to witness it. While I only knew him in the classroom setting, I could tell just how much of a caring individual he was. I am so incredibly sorry to hear about this loss and hope his friends and family will know how impactful Patrick was. My deepest condolences.

Corey Brooks

July 5, 2020

Patrick and I transferred to UT at the same time, in the spring of 2019. In just a few short interactions, Patrick always seemed have this way of leaving his mark on you, and I was no different. He was the first of the few faces I came to recognize at UT, and he was the kind of person to always wave at you and ask how you were doing. He made the world feel a little smaller, and that eased the culture shock I was going through at the time. He was the kind of soft-spoken, deeply caring person that you think only exists in the microcosmic purity of the movies. However, it wasn't until last semester that we shared a classroom and I had the privilege of reading his writing for the first time. It was beautiful and left his distinct mark of a deep compassion and capacity for empathy on me in a powerful way that stays with me. It's tragically frustrating to see someone as talented as Patrick be gone too soon. He had so much left to say. It was the world's privilege to have him for the time it did.

Sjef Quaedvlieg

July 4, 2020

The last time I ran the Turkey Trot with Patrick is still engraved in my mind. He looked strong and was in a great shape. He was confident and ready to take on the world and demonstrated that in the way he finished the 8 mile run, which was impressive. It is unfortunate we can’t carry the tradition on. Patrick was one of the sweetest, kindest and understanding people I have known and will ever know. I love him and will miss him forever.

HD, TW & SWDx2 Wilkinson-Dingfield

July 4, 2020

Patrick was an outstanding young man, very compassionate, smart, strong and was a loving soul. He had a heart so big that there was enough room for everyone. This picture was taken Christmas Day 2017. It is with our dog Bogart, Sydney and Sebastian. Patrick loved a “big dog”.

I remember a few years back, on the 4th of July when bogart was just a puppy he had never really been in any water, even though he is a Lab. We were at my Aunt and Uncle’s for a get together. Patrick asked me, “Can Bogart swim?” I replied, “I have no idea, he never has before.” All of a sudden Patrick picked him up and tossed him in Su and Steve’s pool. I was frantic! As if Labs can’t swim...Needless to say he has never gotten out of the water since. Every time we visit Su and Steve and he has the opportunity to go outside the first thing he does is jump in the pool. I owe that to Patrick, THANK YOU because Bogart absolutely loves it!

Thank you Patrick for the time we had with you, we love you and will miss you. But when the time is right we will see you again. May the Bike Paths, and Hiking Trails be flourishing! We love you and miss you...

Until we see each other again,
Heather, Tracy, Sydney & Sebastian

Chuck Scott

July 4, 2020

I will always remember Patrick for his kindness in visiting me in the hospital. He always brought the best tasting candy. He was a caring individual and he had thrown himself into his college experience. May he be at peace now at last. Chuck and Sally Scott

Parker Spradley

July 3, 2020

I met Patrick through creative writing class this year. He was a great guy who always had something positive to say, and I enjoyed listening to him and reading his work. I am so sorry for your loss.

Abby Krishnan

July 2, 2020

I offer my deepest sympathy to Patrick's loved ones during this time. I knew Patrick briefly during our creative writing class this semester. Patrick had such a kind, warm, and calming energy. I always loved to hear what he had to say about the many stories we read in our class. His writing had always struck a chord in me, as it was often beautiful and evocative. I hope his family and friends can find peace and strength. Rest in peace, Patrick Stevens.