OBITUARY

Patrick Lee Boyette

November 22, 1981April 3, 2021

Patrick Lee Boyette, 39, of Tampa, passed away April 3, 2021. Patrick is preceded in death by his father Pat; grandmothers, Clarice Coston and Patricia Boyette. He is survived by his daughter, Gabriella Boyette; mother Billie S. Boyette; uncle, Dana (Aimee) Coston; aunt, Valerie (Joe) Cuzzola; uncles, Michael (Terri) Boyette and Mark Bishop; many cousins and friends he loved dearly. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating blood at a local blood bank. A private service will be held at a later date.

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Eben Trunk

April 10, 2021

So sad to hear about Patrick’s passing, he will definitely be missed by many. Patrick worked at my family’s deli years ago and was more than just a great worker but a great friend. Our condolences from everyone at Schillers.

Samantha Deem

April 8, 2021

I met Patrick on a Facebook Twenty One Pilots fan group. We were instant friends. We talked about our boys and also vented and supported each other in life's ups and downs. I was going to drive to Florida to see a concert with him when a date fell through. He talked me out if it, of course. He was a great friend and I will miss our talks.

Lisa Alva

April 8, 2021

Patrick, I will always remember, and think fondly of our group chat conversations. There was never a dull moment. Thank you for being such a great friend. You had great taste in music. You were such a caring person. I will always cherish the memories I have of you. Fly high my fren. ||-//

Angela Clute

April 8, 2021

You are missed very much! I am blessed to have known you and thankful to have called you fren. I just know you are forever rocking your rebel red and living pain free! Sore high Patrick. ||-//

Amanda Boyette

April 8, 2021

We had many up and downs, but between almost ten years married and 12 years together, we created the most special, beautiful thing - our daughter Ella. Words don’t do it justice, but the memories will have to do. We love you, Patrick.

Steve Belk

April 7, 2021

I've only known Pat for about a year and a half, but he was a stand-up kind of guy. He made everyone feel important, and listened to what you had to say. He had a zest for life, even buying his classic car recently and saying maybe it was his mid-life crisis. He had an easy demeanor and seemed to take life as it came, without complaint. He will be sorely missed

Lucy Spinetti

April 7, 2021

There aren’t any words I can offer that would make things better. Please remember how much I love you and I’m here for you. Sending you more love than you’ll ever know.

“A”

Mike Lilya

April 7, 2021

I’ve known Pat for many years and many Contracting actions. I’m a Facilities Engineer, not a Contracting Officer; and Pat had great patience with explaining Contracting rules to me; and I always had a lot of questions. Pat had a great and relaxed demeanor; and a good sense of humor; he made me feel very comfortable in my “Contracting” ignorance. As a Contracting Officer, he was a consummate and very knowledgeable professional. I am deeply saddened by his passing, very glad in having known and worked with him, and will miss Pat in our future contracting endeavors: those particular meetings will not be the same without Pat (I wish I had pictures of him in his office, with all those boxes we had to review)! Thanks Pat, Rest In Peace -- Mike Lilya

Marc Duval

April 7, 2021

Patrick was a dedicated father and civil servant who took great pride in his work managing some of the largest contracts in the squadron and Air Mobility command. Patrick started his career in 2009 as an intern and quickly earned many unit, group, wing and command level awards. His ability to simplify some of the most complex acquisition issues made him a natural to be a team leader. Patrick was one of the first people in our unit to pass the demanding contracting officer warrant board and did so with flying colors. His calm demeanor and infectious smile are missed. May God protect and hold him.

Robert Moore

April 7, 2021

I worked with Patrick on the CE Service Contract and MACC construction contract. He was an outstanding professional in all his work endeavors. He always had a happy smile and a solution to any contracting issue we confronted. Patrick was an outstanding individual that I am proud to have the opportunity to work with.
Robert Moore

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