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Forest Park The Woodlands Funeral Home & Cemetery

18000 Interstate 45 S, The Woodlands, TX

OBITUARY

Patrick Donovan Mardaga

September 2, 1970August 5, 2019

Patrick Donovan Mardaga was born on September 2, 1970 and passed away on August 5, 2019.

Services

30 August

Memorial Service

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Forest Park - The Woodlands Funeral Home

18000 Interstate 45 S
The Woodlands, TX 77384

30 August

Reception

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Forest Park - The Woodlands Funeral Home

18000 Interstate 45 S
The Woodlands, TX 77384

Memories

Patrick Donovan Mardaga

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Maryann Gryder

August 11, 2019

Growing up together as cousins, I have so many memories. You were such a funny, quirky kid that made the whole family laugh. Your blonde hair, blue eyes and laugh is what I will always think of.

Now you’re in Heaven with Meemaw and Papa. You get to reunite with loved ones lost through the years. Lucy and Linus are wagging their tails with delight to see you again. So although we will miss you here on earth, we know you are in a beautiful place. Go fly pain-free with the angels and Rest In Peace 🙏💔😢

LAURA KINGSTON

August 10, 2019

When I met you through my brother, you were a cool person to hang out. We both loved to watch Astros play, football play and all other different. We were there for each other since. Never will forget about u. Will be missed so much!! Love you my bro.

Tommy Lynn Jr

August 10, 2019

Glad I met you at TSD. You are awesome guy. So glad I met you at TSD reunion in 2015. Gonna miss you bro. Hope we can meet in heaven someday.

Scott Hearon

August 10, 2019

You were a stand up guy and a good friend. You will be missed. Oi!

Amy Taylor

August 9, 2019

You and I met when we were kids at TSD. We hit it off because of our love for music. I still have your U2 and Men at Work playlists on my phone, I will never delete them...ever. I am going to miss our all nighter conversations. I am so sorry we never made it to ‘Stralia and grill shrimps on a barbie while lounging on your beloved beach. I promise you that I will keep my promise to you and go to Australia for you. I am going to carry you in my heart forever. You were my best mate. I love you, Doc. Like you always said to me....Slainte, mate.

Tina Whitman

August 9, 2019

My condolences to the family. I remember the first time I met Doc as we called him. He was sitting alone with his guitar. We chatted for a bit and I learned some things about him. He was an amazing gentleman with love for heavy metal. We talked about everything. Loved it when he always said "Aye mate" or "righty-o". So many word from Australia. A well respected all around gentleman. Doc.. you may be gone but will forever be in our hearts. Fly high mate...

Always,

Tina

Lindsey Dillon

August 9, 2019

My big brother Donovan I have so many memories of you! How you use to pretend to be my bucking horse and ride me all over on your back until you hurt. How we would listen to music so loud just so you could feel it since you couldn’t hear it. I love you so much and can’t believe you’re gone.