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In Loving Memory

Kennedy, Patrick E.

January 10, 1943 - April 15, 2024

Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Monday April 15, 2024.

Beloved husband of the late Patricia M. Kennedy (nee Diffley); loving father of Mary (Michael) Melka, Sara (Justin) DeCarlo and Julie (Chris) White; dear grandfather of Ryan, Jack, Bridget, Logan, Nolan, Colin and Thomas; dear brother, brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle, cousin and friend.

Services; Funeral from Kutis City Chapel 2906 Gravois, Friday April 19 9:30 AM to St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church for 10:00 AM mass.. Interment Park Lawn Cemetery. Memorials to St. Wenceslaus or St. Vincent DePaul Meals 10th and Park appreciated. Visitation Thursday 3-8 PM.

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16 thoughts on “Kennedy, Patrick E.”

  1. Dear Kennedy family,
    I am truly sorry to hear of Mr. Pat’s passing. I am sorry I will not be able to attend. Please know I am praying for all of you. Keep is joy of life in your hearts & actions!

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  2. Dear Kennedy Family,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s death. What great parents you had who raised wonder young ladies.

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    • I am going to mention one of the first times, you meet him tomorrow in my eulogy.
      Being picked up in a gold hearse from basketball practice

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  3. If I looked up the definition of gentleman in the dictionary, I would probably see a picture of Pat.

    A loving husband and father, a good friend, faithful Catholic, treasured employee of Kutis Funeral Home and a proud Irishman.

    I know he is in Heaven, but I will miss his presence at St. Wenceslaus.

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  4. Dear Mr. Kennedy family,
    Very sorry for your loss. Mr. Kennedy will be missed by everyone that knew him. Please accept my deepest condolences.

    Bar Roma.
    Milto, Elsa, and Andy Sholla.

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  5. What an enjoyable and thoughtful man! I knew him only from attending the noon Mass at St. Vincent de Paul and later, much to the surprise of both of us, as my cousin’s roommate in the nursing home, and finally from a chance meeting at a Saturday evening Mass at St. Wenceslaus.
    His joyful celebration of his patron saint’s feast will remain a part of my own1

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  6. Pat was and still is one of the gentleman who comes to mind when you think about Kutis Funeral Homes. When I started working at the City full time, I had the pleasure of his smile and laugh each day. Always looked forward to his St. Patrick’s day card and was honored to be in the circle of friends who received it. Best wishes to his family for a Husband, Father, and Grandfather on a life well lived.

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  7. It was a pleasure to know Pat Kennedy. We first met when, as a pastor, I conducted funerals at McLaughlin’s, then later at Kutis Funeral Homes. He was always so very kind and helpful. I was always glad when Pat was on one of our funerals!
    Then in more recent years we frequented the same restaurant for breakfast and lunch – i.e. Bar Roma.
    Just recently he left a nice St. Patrick’s day greeting card for me, which was per usual.

    May the God of all comfort be with the Kennedy family! (2 Corinthians 1:3-4)

    Blessings,
    Bishop Steve Willeford – Apostolic Pentecostal Church

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  8. I am so sad to learn of Pat’s passing Monday this week. I have always been close with the Kennedy amity. As kids I was always hanging out with Ann and Pat.
    Such a good guy and good man, good father & husband and hard working executive. Stella, John please accept my deep condolences for this loss. We will pray for him at our parish. Robbie and Art Sainz.

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  9. Mrs. White and family,
    Please accept our condolences for the loss of Mr. Kennedy. From the comments here, we can see he was an amazing individual and made a positive impact on those he encountered. His presence will be missed by many. May faith and prayer lift you up during this difficult time.
    Peace, Brian, Sara & Henry Geringer

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  10. Pat,
    He was in our exercise class with his two daughters, Sara & Julie and often the class would meet at Cecil’s on Grand for lunch. He was amazing man that was always so pleasant and kind to everyone. I would look forward to receiving his St. Patrick’s family picture in the mail every year.

    I know he is happy in heaven with his wife Pat who he missed so dearly. Patrick you have earned your wings in heaven, may you rest in peace.

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  11. Dear Kennedy Family,
    My sincere condolences for Dear Pat!
    He was a special gentleman and always enjoyed visiting at Ray and Ann’s with your family.
    Many prayers, hugs and love ❤️

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  12. To the Kennedy family

    So sorry to about your loss Mr Kennedy was a very kind man and he made an impact on the lives of those he touched.

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  13. Dear Kennedy family,
    I would like to express my condolences to your family. Mr Kennedy worked with my sons at Kutis. He taught them how to be compassionate gentlemen in times of loss. Pat had a way of making you feel like family. He is going to be greatly missed by many. I was blessed to have known him, and it brought me much happiness to call Pat my friend.

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