OBITUARY

Patrick A Wiegandt

September 14, 1944December 19, 2018
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Patrick Anthony Wiegandt, born Sept 14th, 1944 and died on December 19th, 2018. He was a USPS letter carrier for 35 years, Vietnam Veteran, Kentucky Colonel, Eucharistic minister. He coached baseball for 50 years at St. Polycarp/Andrews, Bishop David High School, Holy Cross High School and Bellarmine University, he was also a scout for Cleveland Indians where he was simply known as “Coach Wig”.

He was Coach of the year 2017 when he won his first and only Holy Cross High School state baseball championship.

In 2017, He was inducted in to the Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches Hall off Fame.

He is Survived by his loving wife of 52 years, Sandy. Two sons, Scott(Danielle), Bryan(holly) 5 grand children Bailey, Grace, Caleb, Callahan, and Cole. Brother in law Jim Lawson(Susan) nephew Derrick and niece Jennifer. Also we don’t want to forget his dog Mickey Mantle and numerous “Sons” that he coached over 50 years.

In lieu of flowers, donations to Holy Cross High School Baseball Team.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, December 21, 2018
  • Memorial Mass Saturday, December 22, 2018
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Patrick A Wiegandt

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Ron Hildenbrand

December 21, 2018

Sandy, Scott & Brian,
I am so sorry to learn of Pat's recent passing. He was a good friend, and I was fortunate to work with him at Holy Cross. I have so many good memories of my time spent there and with each of you, as well. May he rest in peace and please know that your family is in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.
Ron Hildenbrand
Bluffton, SC

Shellie Baugher

December 21, 2018

So sad to hear of Pat’s passing! What fun we had working together at Lyndon Post Office. We shared so many lunches and of course my favorite memory was the year he played Santa and I was his elf.
He will be missed!
Shellie and Lee

Charlotte Chamberlain

December 21, 2018

Sandy, so sorry for your loss. Pat was such a nice person and you all were great friends to us. Thinking and praying for you and family.

Harold Dunn

December 21, 2018

My wife Donna Dunn and Pat worked at the same usps station. They were friends. I want to let the family know how much I am sorry for their loss.

Charlotte Adams

December 21, 2018

Sandy, Scott & Brian I'm so sorry for your loss. Wig was a good friend. We've been going at each other for years & I'm going to miss that. Coach Wig was so great to Jeff from the very first day they met & believe me Jeff is a lot to handle & Coach took on the challenge. I Love him for loving my boy. Thanks Coach Love To All Charlotte & Chuck Adams

Mary Jane Halbleib

December 20, 2018

Sandy, wonderful memories of years of friendship are forever treasures. We remember our trips, our game nights & Pat’s kindness to play Santa, just to name a few. We laughed sometimes until we cried. You & your family are in our thoughts & prayers during this difficult time. We are so very sorry.

Richard Crawford

December 20, 2018

Sandy,
I am so sorry for your loss. He was a good friend and a good man.

Rich Crawford

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Biography

Patrick Anthony Wiegandt, born Sept 14th, 1944 and died on December 19th, 2018. He was a USPS letter carrier for 35 years, Vietnam Veteran, Kentucky Colonel, Eucharistic minister.
He coached baseball for 50 years at St. Polycarp/Andrews, Bishop David High School, Holy Cross High School and Bellarmine University, he was also a scout for Cleveland Indians where he was simply known as “Coach Wig”.

He was Coach of the year 2017 when he won his first and only Holy Cross High School state baseball championship.

In 2017, He was inducted in to the Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches Hall off Fame.

He is Survived by his loving wife of 52 years, Sandy. Two sons, Scott(Danielle), Bryan(holly) 5 grand children Bailey, Grace, Caleb, Callahan, and Cole.
Brother in law Jim Lawson(Susan) nephew Derrick and niece Jennifer.
Also we don’t want to forget his dog Mickey Mantle and numerous “Sons” that he coached over 50 years.

In lieu of flowers, donations to Holy Cross High School Baseball Team.