Albert Eugene Patterson
August 27, 1935 – February 9, 2021
Albert Eugene Patterson, 85 of Ft Pierce, FL passed from this earthly life after a two month illness on Feb, 9, 2021 at 11:30 am with his family by his side at the home of his son Ryan. Albert was the son of the late Charles Leonard and Susan Josephine (Keck) Patterson. He was born in Ohio and graduated from Aresenal Tech High School in Indianapolis, IN with the Class of 1953. He was a member of the National Guard after graduation from 1953-1962. Albert being no stranger to hard work and dedication held several manufacturing positions over the span of 50 years. His biggest accomplishment was in 1969, he along with a partner started a utility body manufacturing company called Monroe-Patterson, Inc. Albert enjoyed restoring cars, watching sports such as following Colts Football, motor sports such as the Daytona 500, The Indy 500 and car shows. Albert will be deeply missed and never forgotten by his many friends, co-workers and his loving family including his three sons, Larry Albert (wife Joni), Greenfield, IN, John Leonard (wife Lauri) Indianapolis, IN, Ryan Eugene (fiancé Lindsay Bowers) Ft Pierce, FL and his daughter Suzan Jane Hansen of Indianapolis, IN. his brother Dean (wife Ruth) of Longview, Tx. 8 Grandchildren, 11 Great- Grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his infant son, Dennis, his parents and his sister Alice “Ann” Pelz of Atlanta,Ga. Albert wished to be cremated, therefore his ashes will be split between his four children to spread as they wish. A celebration of life to raise a glass in memory of Albert will be at the home of Randy Bowers in Ft Pierce, FL on Saturday Feb 20 at 2 pm. A celebration of life in Indiana is yet to be determined.
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Albert Eugene Patterson
February 19, 2021
Albert and I were friends for many years. I always enjoyed your Dads sense of humor. We spent many years meeting up at the St Lucie Draft House on Friday nights. So many stories and good laughs we shared. He was so proud of his family as he spoke of you all the time. He also loved his Dixie so much. It is with deepest sympathy to the Patterson family. Albert was one of the greatest friends you could have. I’m gonna miss you my buddy. Love Maura,Chris and family