Patrick George Lopez

  • Born: January 7, 1937
  • Died: April 11, 2018
  • Location: Texas

Tribute & Message From The Family

Patrick was born on January 7, 1937 and passed away on Wednesday, April 11, 2018.

Patrick was a resident of Texas at the time of passing.


Condolence & Memory Journal

I was very young when I met Pat. My dad Tim Hagerty would take me to visit. But even though I was young I can absolutely remember his kindness to me. I can actually remember a feeling of genuine niceness to me and not a fake nice like some people will give kids. I felt absolutely welcomed in his home. That has always stayed with me.

Posted by Liffey Hagerty skender - Frisco, TX - friend   April 29, 2018

Candle

What a dear, kind, talented neighbor, husband, grandfather, artist, friend and renaissance man My thoughts are with you, Barbara and all your wonderful family.
May Love and Peace surround you always.

Posted by Michelle McCarel - Houston, TX   April 25, 2018

What a wonderful man he was. Our thoughts are with his family. We hope to hear more about the rich and fascinating life he led. Patrick, please share more stories and memories of your father when we see you next. Please know we are thinking of you. Lots of love, Angie and Phil

Posted by Angie and Phil Schafer - Austin, TX - friend   April 20, 2018

My condolences to the family. May the God who gives us hope be with you.Romans 5:13.

Posted by Tina - Katy, Tx.   April 18, 2018

Posted by Bill McCurdy    April 18, 2018

Meeting Pat seemed like it was somehow pre-ordained for me. His artwork for our Early Houston Baseball book was phenomenal, and specifically he brought life to a long forgotten 19th century Houston baseball park. It was a gift to the historical record of the city that both of us loved very much. More than that was the opportunity to become friends with such a wonderful soul. My deepest condolences to the Lopez family. It is such a blessing to have known Patrick Lopez.

Posted by Mike Vance    April 16, 2018

Pat offered a world of encouragement, guidance, and mentorship for me. I was very proud to have worked for him and become his friend. I will truly miss him. Thank you, Pat

Posted by Robert Cummings - Houston, TX - friend   April 15, 2018

What an interesting person! Of course he had to be very special to help create one of my all-time favorite people. I know he was proud to have a son like you. All my love, Patrick Lopez.

Posted by Carey Hattic - Austin, TX   April 15, 2018

I miss his humor, his artistry, his love and enthusiasm about his plants, but most, I miss his joy at being in the bosom of his family. Salud!

Posted by Lorrie Bonds Lopez - Santa Fe, NM - family   April 15, 2018

To privately view a Bergman, Fellini, or Kubrick film with Pat, and absorb his running commentary, was a feast of urbanely cool insight. One always left a conversation with him feeling charmed by his warm wit, and a better person for having shared his expansive informed takes on the passing parade illuminated by great artists.

Posted by Yotmith Barbosa-Hagerty - Austin, TX   April 15, 2018

This is a beautiful tribute to Patrick. I have many very fond memories of days spent with your family when our children were young. The fishing trips Patrick and Jim went on and the delicious fried fish dinners caused many laughs at the mess these funny men made. Patrick will be sharing these memories with Jim where they are in heaven

Posted by Marianne Roppuld - Ephraim, WI - family   April 15, 2018