Patrick Joseph BIONDO
March 22, 1965 – April 30, 2021
Patrick Joseph BIONDO was born on March 22, 1965 and passed away on April 30, 2021 and is under the care of Gutterman and Musicant Jewish Funeral Directors.
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Patrick Joseph BIONDO
May 7, 2021
Pat was a great friend to so many people. I am talking to a lot of our friend from the Manhattan College days and everyone keeps saying how Pat was the best kid in the world to hang out with. I am so grateful to have known him for so many years. He led my brother Stephen and I through so many great journeys, the greatest one through Europe in 1988. I spent a lot of time at that great house in Closter with the big back yard and the swimming pool that I almost broke my neck at during Pat’s graduation party. Thanks for making your home
my home away from home for those few years. I will not be making the service tomorrow as I am not vaccinated from Covid. I wish you all my condolences and I want you to know that I will always love Pat like a great brother that he was to me. Regards, Mike
May 4, 2021
I lived two doors down from Pat in freshman and sophomore year at Manhattan College (Granville Hall), and I simply cannot believe he is gone. Just not right, not fair.
I can't top Buzz's recollections, but I join him in saying Pat was such a kind, thoughtful guy, and I can also corroborate Pat's surprising athleticism. I remember all the guys from Granville playing tackle football (sans pads) on the Horace Mann HS football field one snow day back in January or so of sophomore year, I think (1985). Pat took a swing pass and I was the defender closest to him. We always used to josh Pat for his kind nature, unintimidating walk (waddle?), etc., but when I squared up to tackle him, he simply ran me over and kept running down field. A life lesson there, for sure (judging, book, cover, etc.).
Pat was one of a kind, and great memories of him will live on for a long time. My sincerest condolences to his family and friends.
Bill Dailey, Manhattan College '87
May 3, 2021
This is Buzz, his college friend. Pat was the nicest and kindest person I ever met. He was always so welcoming to everyone. He was very close to my college roommate Tommy Stephens.
Tommy & I lived in the same dorm as Pat in our Sophomore year at Manhattan College and we spent a lot of time together. The next year my roommate Tommy & I decided to move back to a different dorm much closer to campus - called Jasper hall.
When I was alone in my room Pat came to just to talk to me. He said something to the effect, Buzz I am just want you to know that I am also very saddened that you are leaving our dorm. I'm not just sad because Tommy is leaving. He went on to mention that he thought that it was important for me to know that I will miss you as well.
That really stuck with me, I don't know of any people that would express how they feel about another person and not be afraid of how it would be perceived. I was so impressed with Pat and never forgot him.
I also remember how popular and how many friends he had. We went to a party at his house and there were over50 cars parked outside, he had a gazillion friends from high school that thought the world of him too.
Pat was very smart, gifted physically (he lifted for 5 weeks in college and turned into the hulk), very caring, and overall just very nice.
I am so sorry for your loss, Pat will be missed,
P.S. I also like Barbara Streisand (no shame in that).