Jon Todd Patterson

Mr. Jon Todd Patterson passed away Thursday September 15, 2011 in his home in Las Vegas, Nevada.
He was born in Japan, on a US Military Base, to Priscilla L and Kenneth Roy Patterson on April 22, 1964. Jon graduated with the class of 1982, from Santa Rita High School in Tucson, Arizona. After high school he enlisted into the United States Army. He was an honorably discharged Veteran. Soon after his military career, Jon became a skilled Master Carpenter. He joined the Las Vegas, Nevada, Union of Carpenters Local 1977, where he worked as a laborer, Foreman and Superintendent on many hotels, casinos and other buildings, on the Las Vegas strip and surrounding areas.
He is reuniting with his daughter, Jessica Lynn Patterson and his beloved parents, Priscilla and Kenneth Patterson.
He is survived by his older brother, Randy Patterson and his older sister and brother-in-law, Donna and Ray Mehling and his nieces and nephews, Hannah Patterson, Zachary Patterson, Nicholas Kosmider and Matthew Kosmider and Matt’s wife, Alex Kosmider. He is also survived by his great nephew, Jackson Abel and a great niece, Elle Jo Patterson.
He was a beloved brother, father, uncle, friend, boss and co-worker, who with his outgoing personality could bring the house to laughter. He will be greatly, greatly missed and never forgotten.
A memorial service for family and friends will be held at La Paloma Funeral Services in Las Vegas on Friday September 23, 2011 at 4:00pm.

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  • Love you little brother. I know you are where you’ve wanted to be for a long time. One side of my heart aches because you are no longer with us but the other side is filled with joy because you are finally at peace.

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    • Debbie Jo Refer
      May 30, 2013 12:31 am

      Jon, Sorry I never met you we were so close! I live in Henderson. Your oldest sister Debbie Jo Refer

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  • Hannah Patterson
    September 22, 2011 3:12 pm

    Miss you Uncle! Have fun with your baby girl! GET-R-DONE! French Pirate!

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  • Randy Patterson
    September 22, 2011 4:28 pm

    God Speed Little Brother! We loved you and will always remember you!

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    • Debbie Jo Refer
      May 30, 2013 12:42 am

      Randy, I went on Ancestary.com and just found you. I would like to connect with you and your sister. I am Deborah Jo our fathers first daughter by a previous marriage. I wish I could have met Jon. I pray you and Donna will reply.
      Sincerely,
      Debbie

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  • Jon, I know you are at peace now. We will miss you in our live’s here on earth, But we will meet again! We had some great time’s together in our younger days and made some everlasting memorie’s! R.I.P. My friend!

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    • Love you little brhteor. I know you are where you’ve wanted to be for a long time. One side of my heart aches because you are no longer with us but the other side is filled with joy because you are finally at peace.

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    • You will be missed by many buddy! I know you are at peace and with your baby girl in hevaen. It was a hoot hearing friends and coworkers share their Jon story this weekend, lots of laughter!

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  • May you enjoy the presences of being in heaven with Jessica our snuggle bug. Will miss you.

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  • You will be missed by many buddy! I know you are at peace and with your baby girl in heaven. It was a hoot hearing friends and coworkers share their Jon story this weekend, lots of laughter!

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  • Jon, I know you are at peace now. We will miss you in our live’s here on earth, But we will meet again! We had some great time’s together in our yoegunr days and made some everlasting memorie’s! R.I.P. My friend!

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  • Nick Kosmider
    February 3, 2015 5:51 am

    Uncle Jon,

    Never will I forget the early morning hours of my brother’s bachelor party. You and me. Sitting at the blackjack table. Us and the dealer. Nobody else. Making money and laughing about the crazy night we had just had. I had never had so much fun, man. I love you. I was at a burger joint in Colorado when Donna called me and told me you had passed. I couldn’t grasp it. It didn’t seem real. I just went about my time being in Vegas. Lately, I’ve looked at pictures, and I’ve soaked in memories. You were such an amazing, friendly soul. I miss the times I got to hear your laugh. I know you struggled being happy the last few years, which sucks considering how nice you were. I know how much you loved your daugher. I hope you to are cuddling when it gets chilly up there. I love you, Unc. I love you.

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