Patrick R Linkous
September 28, 1962 – May 1, 2018
Mr. Patrick Randolph “Randy” Linkous, age 55 passed away on Monday the first of May 2018 in New Hanover Regional Medical Center following a brief illness. Patrick was born in Stuttgart, Germany on the twenty eighth of September 1962 to Mr. Rufus Linkous of Leland and the late Hannalore Elizabeth Ruf Linkous. He was preceded in death by his mother, Hannalore and a sister Carol Ann Linkous. Back in 2010 Patrick had become ill with a failing liver. During this process he faced many trials and eventually was visited by an angel who let him know everything was going to turn around. Patrick was from that day a born again Christian and lived out the rest of his life in service to our lord and savior Jesus Christ. Survivors include his father, Rufus Linkous; two sons, Patrick A. Linkous of Hampton, VA, Brandon Linkous of Elizabeth City, NC; a brother, Andrew “Andy” Linkous of Leland, NC; three grandchildren, Haeleigh Linkous, Regan Linkous, Cameron Linkous; two nieces, Katie Linkous, Jennifer Linkous and a nephew, Steven Linkous. Memorial services will be announced by White Funeral Service at a later date. Online condolences may be offered to the family at www.whitefuneralservicesupply.com White Funeral & Cremation Service, Bolivia/Supply Chapel, 910-754-6848
Patrick R Linkous
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May 9, 2018
I had the privilege of having Pat work for me over a decade ago. He was outgoing, friendly, and a all around a great guy. Besides having Pat as one of my managers, I also got to know him as a person, as a father and son, as a grandfather. We talked about how our children and grandchildren are our blessings, and he cherished the time he spent with them ... especially in these years after his liver transplant. RIP my friend ... you are missed.
May 8, 2018
So sorry to hear about Pat. My condolences to the Linkous family. Pat was a great friend and a great man and I will miss him dearly. He was one of a kind! I met Pat through work over 20 years ago and have considered him one of my closest friends ever since.
Pat was one of the most intelligent guys I have ever met. He always had that easy going way about him to put you at ease but could still talk circles around me on most any subject ! He was a great communicator that loved good discussion and I will miss my weekly conversations with him. He was a special and spiritual person, and anyone reading this knows that. See you on the other side Pat!
Hope there is a service or memorial or something scheduled soon.