Patrick Marvin Post
August 16, 1962 – February 13, 2021
Patrick Marvin Post, 58, passed away on Saturday, February 13, 2021. Pat recently retired as a Facility Maintenance Technician for HRSD. He was a loyal employee of HRSD for 30+ years. Outside of work he enjoyed working in the yard, hunting and his biggest love of all his daughter and son. He was always there when anyone needed help, he literally would give the shirt of his back if that's all he had to give. He was known for his love for classic country music, which his daughter called him the "Honky Tonk Man". Over the years he earned the title "Most Hard Headed and Stubborn Man Ever" because no matter what the doctor's said not to do, he had to prove them wrong, as a close friend said "he did it his way". He was strong to the very end and is no longer in pain.
Pat was preceded in death by his parents, Earl R. and Onolee R. Post and uncle, Dennis Hoosier. He is survived by his daughter, Kaitlyn Post; son, Bradley Kuzmanko and Michelle Martin of Virginia Beach, VA; sister, Stephanie Wall and her husband Donald of Fort Mill, SC; brother, Sidney Post and his wife Barbara of Myrtle Creek, OR; uncles, Brian Hoosier of Virginia Beach, VA; Marvin Hoosier and his wife Rosie of Kingsville, TX; Aunts, Saglinda Hetman of Whitehall, PA and Mary Alice Hoosier of Bethlehem, PA; nephew, Benjamin Wall; nieces, Wendy Wall, Amanda Post, Madeleine and Veronica Brodsky.
Matthew 11:28-30 "Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light''.
A Celebration of Life
Rosewood Memorial Park
Patrick Marvin Post
Judy and Bill Schieber
February 24, 2021
Kaitlyn, so sorry for your loss. I will always remember the times that you skipped out on hunting with your Dad just so you could go out to dinner with Bill and I. We miss seeing you on Saturdays now that you are all grown up. We still don't want you to be a stranger. You can come out anytime. Your family are in our prayers. Love, Bill and Judy
February 22, 2021
I also have worked for HRSD for 30+ years and have had many enjoyable conversations with your dad. There was no doubt you were the apple of his eye. We had a few opportunities to stand together and watch your softball games as my granddaughter played for Tallwood. He made the sun a little bearable with his company and conversation. Pat had a knack for making dirty, hard work bearable, sometimes even fun with his “Get-R-Done” attitude. I always made time to swing by his shop or track him down when I was at the main office for a gun review or hunting story, I will sadly miss those encounters. He really cherished those hunting days with you. Many thoughts and Prayers for you and your family, God Bless
February 20, 2021
I remember the day I met your dad it was April 2018 and it was the night of your ring dance. You were in a really pretty dress and the first time he saw you he started to cry because he saw his little girl become a young woman. The bond that you guys shared was so special and we could all see it that night. I wish I could find that photo. I will always love you and I will always be here for you. I didn’t know your dad that well but from everything you told me it felt like I did. You are the other half of Kaitlyn squared.
February 20, 2021
Was a fun guy that i got know he was a craing man loved his family and especially his daughter because they did alot of things together he was always talking about her and what they did when ever I had a chance to chat with him . plus know his Wife Michelle who is my best friend we would talk at work the little time i got to see her . but I do know that everyone like Pat and though very highly of him he was a Good friend and will be missed .so to Michelle and family we will see pat one day but as far as now he a Angel in Heaven watching over us all.
Im here if need anything .God Bless you All.
February 19, 2021
I am so sorry for your lost. During the past 10+ years your Dad and I had countless morning chats at work. Armed with his Diet Dr Pepper and me with my coffee, our chats were about work, hunting, life events and family. Most of these chats always included the pride of his life, which was you Kaitlyn... We worked together and both of us shared our knowledge of many topics. Your Dad was not afraid to jump in and help on anything. Well except one thing. That was computers... 😁 We had so many laughs and his few choice words of this electronic world. But, as always, he managed...
I so miss your Dad and all that he did for us in our time together.
Love and prayers to you Kaitlyn.
February 17, 2021
Kaitlyn and Family,
Our warmest thoughts are with you guys in this time of mourning. I met your dad back in 1994 out in the yard with George. Pat sent me back to Fort Benning, GA with a car full of bear and deer meat 😁. I miss the times he, George and I would sip cold beer out in the garage. He was a good man and will always be considered a good friend and greatly missed. Please let us know if you, Michelle, or Brad need anything.
The Browns (James' Dad)
February 17, 2021
I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with your dad and got to know him over the last 10 years. He was so proud of you and loved to show me pictures of you... especially the hunting ones.
I hope you are able to find comfort in the good memories.
February 16, 2021
Katilyn it’s been a friendship of 27yrs and I will miss your dad and my friend and the afternoon drinks and all the borrowing back and forth and the fun we had messing with you and your mom and no man is a truer friend then your dad was my thoughts are with you .
February 15, 2021
I'm so sorry. Words can not express. You are such a sweet and beautiful young lady. I know your dad was so proud of you. I love him dearly and will truely miss him. If there is anything I can do for you please dont hesitate to let me know.
Love, hugs and prayers