Patrick Joseph Kane

August 5, 1960November 10, 2018

Patrick Joseph Kane 58, passed away Saturday November 10, 2018. He is survived by his fiancé Martine Miluszewski. He was born in Norristown on August 5, 1960 a son of Joanne (Clinton) Kane of Pine Grove and the late Joseph T Kane. Surviving is his son Joseph P Kane of Elverson, his daughter, Samantha A Kane of Boyertown, brother Michael Kane of Douglassville, sister Barbara Kane of Schuylkill Haven.

Also loved by Tara Miluszewski, Theresa Naperkowski, Melissa Naperkowski, Dana Parrish, and Martine's 6 grandchildren.

A Memorial Gathering will be Friday November 16, 2018 at 11am in Theo C Auman Funeral Home, 247 Penn St., Reading.

My beloved Pat, my heart, the man who could put a smile on anyone's face just by walking in a room. Those eyes and smile of his will always be imprinted in my heart and remembered by anyone who knew him. The laughter he could get out of others from just being his comical self will truly be missed by so many. Saturday's were long rides on the Harley and Sunday was him on the grill or over the stove. He knew how to cook and loved being in the kitchen. I know you are burning those tires, riding hard and free up there in heaven. I love you always and forever, Martine (your meme).


  • Martine Miluszewski, Fiance
  • Joanne (Clinton) Kane, Mother
  • Joseph T. Kane, Father
  • Joseph P. Kane, Son
  • Samantha A. Kane, Daughter
  • Micheal Kane, Brother
  • Barbara Kane, Sister
  • Patrick Joseph Kane was also loved by Tara Miluszewski, Theresa Naperkowski, Melissa Naperkowski, Dana Parrish, and Martine's 6 grandchildren.


  • Memorial Gathering Friday, November 16, 2018

Patrick Joseph Kane

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Brenda Spiece

November 20, 2018

Written 11/15/ 2018 as the snow is falling Thursday evening.

This is what You call an unexpected snow storm.....
One moment the sky looks clear, calm lots of stars.
A beautiful night.
And then the next moment....
The sky becomes dark, winds blow and the sky is falling on you.
The storm surrounds you.

Kinda how I’m feeling.
Discovering by chance, that the man I spent so many years with has suddenly passed away four days ago, and I didn’t even know.
So sad.
Pat and I shared a close relationship together for many years. Sixteen years is a long time to spend with someone. We were family .
We started out as friends and just a month we parted as friends.
Pat was always there for me and I appreciated him . We had good times and some bad. No matter what we understood one another and our friendship meant a lot.
I never ever thought he would be gone... Not Now.... Not Yet... To young to soon.....
Pat was a good partner, friend and man.
A very hard worker who never missed a day of work. He loved to ride!
He often said to me before he’d leave for work “ Gotta make the Donuts”
I will deeply miss him and treasure in my heart the memories we shared.
Rest In Peace. You will be forever in my heart.

Chris and Debbie Madden

November 20, 2018

We are so deeply saddened to hear of Pat's passing. We are friends from the past and haven't seen him in some time. But, he was one of the nicest guys you ever want to meet. He was always so pleasant and had a distinct laugh than anyone could recognize. Our deepest sympathy to the entire family.

Kay Nyman

November 16, 2018

For the past two years Bob and Pat have been working on several projects for me. One just last week. He was one of the nicest guys and an excellent craftsman. I will miss his smile and easy going attitude. He is and will continue to be missed. Rest In Peace Pat.

Anita & Randy Landis

November 15, 2018

We have known Pat for 30 years, both socially and professionally, along side of Bob & Val. Pat & Bob have worked on many projects together at our home and our business. We always enjoyed his company and his construction expertise was stellar. He was a quiet guy at times, but his smile and laughter was contagious. He will be remembered fondly and forever in our hearts.

--Anita & Randy Landis

Bob & Val Reiff

November 14, 2018

We are beyond grief over the loss of such a good man. Pat was like a brother to Bob. We loved him so much. There are no words to describe the pain of this great loss. They were partners in business for almost 30 years, and worked together so well (a real team). Bob cannot bear the thought of working without Pat. There is no replacement for this kind of friendship and Pat will be missed so very much. They have been through thick and thin through the years. Pat was our friend, brother and partner for so long. We Love You Pat & will always remember, and miss you, and think of you.