Patrick J. Sheppard
November 24, 1967 - September 18, 2019
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Massapequa Funeral Home, North Chapel
1050 Park Boulevard
Massapequa Park, NY 11762
516-798-2500 | Map
Friday 10/4, 7:00 pm
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St. Rose of Lima R.C. Church
2 Bayview Ave.
Massapequa, New York 11758
516-798-4992 | Map
Saturday 10/5, 10:00 am
Cemetery of the Holy Rood
111 Old Country Rd.
Westbury, New York 11590
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Saturday 10/5

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Martin Kelly left a message on October 7, 2019:
Rest in Peace. Good SirYou will be missed
Charlene Thomas left a message on October 5, 2019:
May God bless you
Janet Schillace left a message on October 5, 2019:
As Patrick’s Aunt, but only 4 years older I grew up like more of a big sister to him. As the years passed. We became more than family. We became friends... good friends. He became a staple in my life. A constant if you will.... someone to sit with and talk about the good and bad. Safe ground. Holy ground!! I have spent the last 2 weeks crying when I am supposed to be sleeping.... but sleep doesn’t come. I try to picture his face in my mind. The smiling face... laughing face.... serious face.. all sides of Pat I try to bring into a picture in my head to bring comfort.... yet nothing comes. Too soon maybe. My mind is full of stories and my heart is full of love for a lifetime of moments that are more valuable than diamonds or gold. I guess one of my favorite memories from about 20 years ago or so.... in the midst of my crazy divorce.... I found myself broke... and being proud... told no one but just held it together with spit and glue. One afternoon Pat came to me and put a couple hundreds in my hand. I near through it on the floor while telling him I don’t borrow I’m good. He said it’s not FOR YOU. It’s for Jes and Alex. Buy them coats winters coming. I thanked him with simple words but my heart never forgot how he managed to let me keep my pride and help at the same time!!!I will miss my nephew my friend my brother all the days of my life. Some day soon I hope to fall asleep picturing the happy laughing Patrick on the Fourth of July setting of fireworks and cheering like a little kid like he is seeing them for the first time. I miss you Pat and love you.... tell your Mom and Grandma and Grandpa I say hi... keep watch over all of us. We will need you and your prayers and guidance from heaven ❤️
Ariette van Strien left a message on October 4, 2019:
Praying for you and your family and that the light guides you all in these difficult moments
The Salerno Family (Barbara, Joe, Joseph, Michael & Steven) left a message on October 3, 2019:
Our hearts go out to you ..... Patrick, Timmy, and Carly. Keeping you in our prayers for strength. May the love you have and memories of happy days keep you together.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
The Salerno Family (Barbara, Joe, Joseph, Michael & Steven) left a message on October 3, 2019:
Praying for you ..... Patrick, Timmy, Carly. Our hearts go out to you. Stick together, love one another, be strong! xo
Ray Roche left a message on October 2, 2019:
Watching Over You
Craig Arnold left a message on October 2, 2019:
In the short time I knew Pat, I saw his passion. Passion for his family. He showed pictures. He told his story. He spoke about his wife. His kids. He talked about how much he loved them, how proud he was of them. Passion for his work. Pat loved to get things done. Challenges were seen as opportunities to deliver. He wanted to do well. Not for personal glory but because it was the right way to behave. Do your best in everything. Passion for his country. Hearing him talk about 911 was chilling and inspirational. Passion for learning and experiencing new things. Spending time with him in Spain is something I’ll never forget. He was so curious about the people, the culture, the food. He told me he wanted to find out “what makes Barcelona tick” Passion for a laugh. One night at dinner Pat and I spent hours telling old hub stories, each one he told somehow ended with a punchline. He loved to make people laugh. I wish I knew longer.
Chantal Fleuret left a message on October 2, 2019:
Pat has loved Paris and he enjoyed every minute he could, he was planning to be back with his family. No one knows why the fate has decided the end his life in Paris. Pat wil stay in my heart.
Chantal Fleuret left a message on October 2, 2019:
Honoring PatWe can mourn his passing awayOr we can smile because we were blessed to meet himOur heart may be empty from not seeing him anymoreOr he can be filled with the passion he shared for his family and UPSWe can turn our back on tomorrow and live the pastOr we can be happy for tomorrow because of the pastWe can remember him and only that he is no longer hereOr we can cherish his memory and let it aliveWe can be sad and close ourself off, be empty and turn our backOr we can do what he would have wanted, smile, open our eyes, love and move on.
Massapequa Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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