Patrick Anthony Isaacs

September 21, 1977July 24, 2020

42, of Tampa, passed away on Friday, July 24th at Advent Hospital surrounded by his loving family. Patrick was born in Freeport, NY, raised in Kissimmee, FL, and then moved to Tampa Bay in 2018. He graduated from Florida State University and worked as a TSA agent at Orlando International Airport for over 10 years before transferring to Tampa International Airport. He loved to travel, was an avid fisherman, and was happiest out on the water. He is survived by his parents, Derrick and Yanique Isaacs; sister, Kimberly Isaacs-Soriano; brother-in-law, Julius Soriano; and nephews, Dominic and Christian. To celebrate Patrick’s life, his family will conduct a private memorial service on the ocean Patrick loved. Arrangements handled by Blount & Curry, 813-876-2421.


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Khylia Moore

August 7, 2020

I'm still in such shock. I really have to stop myself from seeing a funny meme and sending it to him. His equally matched sarcasm is one thing that I will always remember. We hung out alot with our little random mix of characters in our crew. So many memories and laughs. He was truly a good friend and if he told you he would be there, he would be there. I'm glad we stayed in contact when I moved away.
The photo I choose is him catching me while we were belting out the lyrics of a classic Boyz II Men song at a friend's wedding reception.
You are truly missed. May the fishing be plentiful in heaven my friend.

Ron Barnes

August 7, 2020

I'm still in shock and our world will never be the same. We've been friends since our college days and there will always be a seat at our table for you. You were my best friend and like a brother. Food, sports, gaming, movies and TV, comics, and books, pretty much every subject I'd be talking with you about it. Our games will always have something missing without you in them, but while you won't be there in person, you'll always be with us. Love you buddy.

Washeika Felder

August 4, 2020

Patrick was a bright light, a gentleman and most of all a sweetheart. He always addressed me with ma'am first. I will truly miss his laugh, smile and always wanting to learn more. I know God has his angel back and he is smiling down at us. I pray you will be remembered by just your simple way of making people feel happy. May you rest in peace with grace and dignity.

Maria Nieves

August 4, 2020

He was always joking and had fun with everyone he shared his time with..always a great worker..RIP..from TSA... Coworker-Maria Nieves..Blessings and Prayers to the Family....

Orlando Burgos

August 3, 2020

Rest in peace brother, you were one of the nicest person I have ever met, always had a positive attitude and an optimistic view you had to we were both NY jet fans, All I want to say is J. E. T S, JETS JETS JETS, Will think about you every time a game comes on. Cheer us on from heaven. Will miss you man

Jaime Soto

August 3, 2020

Capitan Patricio as i would call you and you greeted me with a soldier salute always. Working with you was always a pleasure. We shared many laughs and stories. You will always be remembered my brother. Rest in heaven brother.

Cassandra Garlock

August 3, 2020

I am so so sorry for your loss. I met Patrick when he transferred to TPA, and he was such a joy to be around. Always trying to lighten the mood. Everyday he saw me, he asked how my day was and how I’m doing... he genuinely cared about other people. If I told him I wasn’t having a good day, he would offer some light and kind words. Just a really great guy. I’m so sorry for your loss and heaven gained a beautiful soul.

Tyechia Bonilla

August 3, 2020

Well, Good Sir, I will begin by saying that we miss you so much. We met in Orlando while working for TSA and the rest is history. You have been in our lives and have been apart of so many great memories. The most special of times is when you came up to Georgia and spent those 2 weeks with us.
Daniel and I love you so much. You were family and you always will be. You always shared your love of fishing with us and the love you had for your family. You always spoke so highly of your parents and your sister. You always remembered my birthday because it was also your sister's birthday. You have a special place in my heart Good Sir. Enjoy fishing up in heaven. I am sure there are some great catches up there. Until we meet again Patrick. Remember that we love and miss you.

Raquel Nieves-Woodburn

August 3, 2020

Thank you for making days at work fun and memorable I remember so many times your sarcasm brought me to tears. When you left MCO you were truly missed, you where funny, kind and humble and never had a negative thing to say about anyone. We are all better people to have known you, rest in peace my friend.❤

Javier Barahona

August 3, 2020

I had the pleasure of working along side Patrick with TSA in Orlando. He had the ability to help me, and others lighten up with his sense of humor during difficult times at work. He was always up, and never down. Surrounding yourself with people like Patrick can not just make life, bearable but enjoyable.


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