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Showalter Blackwell Long Funeral Home

920 Central Ave, Connersville, IN

OBITUARY

John Steven Patterson

August 28, 1955September 6, 2020

Connersville native, John Steven “JP” Patterson, 65, died September 6, 2020 at Reid Health of Connersville.

John was born to Charles and Clara Roach Patterson on August 28, 1955. He attended Connersville High school. John was employed with H.H.Robertson for many years and was a proud member of the Sons of the American Legion and Auxiliary of the VFW. John loved attending concerts and listening to 60’s and 70’s classic rock, his favorite band was the Rolling Stones. He enjoyed fishing, camping, bowling and watching sports, especially the Colts.

In addition to his mother, John is survived by his son: Matthew McQueen; brothers: Todd Patterson and his wife Kim, David Patterson and his wife Terri all of Connersville; grandchildren: Payne and Serenity; nieces and nephews: Holly, Jazmine, and Jacob. John is preceded in death by his father: Charles Patterson; brother: Bobby Patterson.

A graveside service will be held at the convenience of the family at a later date. Showalter Blackwell Long Funeral Home, Myers Chapel, Connersville, is honored to be assisting the family with arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to the Fayette County Cancer Society in JP’s honor.

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Terry Harrison

September 17, 2020

Gosh John boy I'm like Judy i don't know what to say. I have lost my life long friend and i am very sad. We had so many good times, I was in 4th grade you and your cousin Carroll would come to my house and we would play 4square in our driveway. Your 21st birthday party out on that open field in the country was a blast.
Give my sweet mother a hug.
I love ya brother!
Rest in peace my dear friend i will never forget you.
Terry Harrison

Jim Free

September 13, 2020

Sad to here about John. Hadn’t seen him for years. We would always shoot the breeze for a while when we seen each other. He was a good guy. R. I. P.

Linda Kalkhoff

September 12, 2020

John you called me KY in school . We fell in love with each other , I will always remember and love you

Judy Geise

September 10, 2020

John, I am at a loss for words. We had many good memories. You were an easy guy to love. You will be missed. Thank you for our times together. May you Rest In Peace forevermore. 😪❤

Mary Dubois

September 10, 2020

To his mother an family Iam so sorry to hear of jp passing. We were friends for many years he was great to be around, JP you will be missed but never forgotten. Our condolences to the family.

Linda Merida

September 9, 2020

My Condolences to you sorry to hear this I remember meeting John through my brother Mike he was a nice guy

Matthew Mcqueen

September 9, 2020

To my dad I love u and have so many memories with you. I know we had are ups and downs but all around u wear a good dad .i will love and miss u with everything in me. I am sorry I wasn't there for u in the end I love u ur only son matt

Payne Mcqueen

September 9, 2020

Johnny was my grandpa and I loved him so much and I would go to arlees to see papa and me and my sister Serenity went to the movie theater and we all went camping with grandpa rest in peace grandpa love Payne and Serenity ur only grandkids

Amber Boyd

September 9, 2020

I remember all the laughs we shared. When me amd ur son Matt got married u said u wish u would have been there until Matt told u we was only married for 2 months than u laughed and said I would still be ur daughter in law. I will love u and miss u. Until we meet again

Danielle Blevins

September 9, 2020

I love you Johnny and will miss you so much! The uncles send their love and prayers.

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