Thanks, Ivonne, for sharing this picture from holidays past. She said it was from New Year’s Eve 2016 or 2015. Aina took the picture.
Patrick and Stephanie worked tirelessly for years to repair and reconstruct the stone walls of their place in Deia. It was done without concrete, by Mallorquin standards. He told me that each rock must touch its neighbors in five places. I came across this picture in the same place I found several old letters.
I found these pictures in a stack of old mail from the late 1970’s to the early 1980s. I’m not sure who the clarinet player is. I don’t know what happened to the painting. Patrick thought he’d given it to Gretchen, but she doesn’t have it.
Here are some family pictures from happier times. A few of these may have been posted elsewhere on the site. Continue reading “Family Photos from Happier Times”
Here are some pictures from the USA memorial for Patrick and Stephanie on 21 October 2017.
While seeking a legal document I came across these of Patrick and Stephanie.
Here are pictures of Evan, Alison, JP, and Tate taken a day or two after the U.S. memorial for Patrick near Cincinnati, Ohio.
I just received this photo from Ivonne. This picture is from 2015 and shows Philippa, Patrick and Mike. Continue reading “Patrick with Philippa and Mike”
Aquí está un artículo sobre el concierto conmemorativo de Patrick del periódico Ultima Hora y escrito por Emili Gene Vila.
Here’s an article about Patrick’s memorial concert from the Ultima Hora newspaper on 14 Sep 2017.
Here is the English translation by Nicole.
Here are some pictures of Patrick’s marker in the Deia cemetery.
I also include a photo to show how to find it. (Hint: it’s very easy.)
Patrick and Stephanie received a plaque of recognition from the Town of Deia in appreciation for their work in founding the International Music Festival of Deia.
He specifically asked that the plaque be used for his marker, with the addition of their birth and death dates and “Founders of the Festival” also added. Rather than use the original silver plaque, which would not hold up in the weather or to vandals, we had a copy made in stainless steel, as seen here.