Here’s a note from Tate about Stephanie: Tim (Stephanie’s son) and his wife Kelly came to visit last night and Carl had found some old videos of Stephanie and Patrick when they came to our home in 1993 and 1994. It was the first time Tim has heard his mother’s voice. She also sang a (more)
Here’s a lovely drawing and note that I received from Stephanie’s brother Tate about Stephanie’s last words. Stephaniewww.patrick-meadows.com
Here are some family pictures from happier times. A few of these may have been posted elsewhere on the site. JPI’m the son of Patrick of Meadows.
Here are pictures of Evan, Alison, JP, and Tate taken a day or two after the U.S. memorial for Patrick near Cincinnati, Ohio. JPI’m the son of Patrick of Meadows.
We’re having a US-based memorial on Oct 21st at 1:00 PM in Cincinnati, Ohio, at Spring Grove Cemetery, Section 28, plot 5. The grave marker for both of them has been ordered. Anyone who knew either or both of them is invited to attend and share any thoughts or memories. Tate’s children Alison Shepard and (more)
A short recording (25 Mar ’17) in which you can tell Patrick’s pain is clearly getting to him, yet he still shows his sense of humor. John: Any interesting stories or any practical things you want to …? Patrick: I’ll have to try to… I can’t think. Let’s see. JPI’m the son of Patrick of (more)
I found these on Patrick’s US phone, which he purchased in 2014 while in the States. JPI’m the son of Patrick of Meadows.
Found in my e-mail, this was part of a collection of things Patrick sent me called “You Never Know.” This segment is dated 19 April 2006. My first impulse when Stephanie died was to dump everything – after 29 years together, the accumulated baggage was overwhelming. Not only physical objects – the house was full (more)
As mentioned a few days ago, Stephanie sent a pair of e-mail messages to Sue Steward, a good friend of Pat and Stephanie, and to Patrick’s sister Sue, on 25 Feb 2005, a couple of hours apart. Some of the content overlapped, which is easy to do with e-mail, and useful to do when cancer (more)