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Patrick Gilbert Ott – Loving son, husband, father, brother, uncle, nephew

Queen Creek, AZ

 

Patrick Gilbert Ott, 56, of Queen Creek, died from cancer at home on January 24, 2022 at 9:00am. Born September 7, 1965 in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Patrick graduated from Phoenix College with an associate’s degree. Patrick started his career as a journeyman electrician and moved to building safety with the City of Tempe in his late 20’s. Patrick was drawn to building of all sorts and seeing how everything came together, he loved construction in all shapes and sizes. After a few years he moved to City of Mesa where he enjoyed a long career doing commercial/industrial and residential inspections.  He loved to mentor co-workers and share his knowledge. Patrick Retired from the city on January 8th, 2022.

Patrick loved his boys and had a special bond with each one. Ryan and Pat shared the love of Rock-n- Roll music. Logan and Pat shared the love of football and the stats.

Survivors include wife, Karen Ott, two sons Ryan Patrick Ott (20) and Logan Brady Ott (16), brother Duane (Veronica) Ott, sisters Annamarie Collins, Tammy Anderson and Bridget Ott, mother-in-law Nancy Peter, and sisters-in-law Caprice Peter, Stephanie Peter and Barbara Demars. Patrick has numerous aunts, uncles, nephews and nieces as well as great nephews and nieces. His England family mourns his loss as well. Patrick was predeceased in death by his loving mother, Teresa Ott, sister Amanda Ott, father-in-law Larry Peter and brother in-law Lonny Blood.

Hospice of the Valley was instrumental in helping Pat and his family through this tough time. Pat will be cremated and will be placed with his mother and sister.

A celebration of life will be planned at a later time.

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14 responses to “Patrick Gilbert Ott Obituary”

  1. Karen Ott says:

    We miss you so much, Patrick. We know you are with your family that has passed before you. You will not be forgotten.

  2. Carolyn mercer says:

    My deepest condolences to you and your family . You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers .

  3. Ruth Anderson says:

    Dear Karen and Family
    I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your beloved Pat. May you each feel the presence and comfort of God during the time of this most difficult loss.

  4. Veronica Ott says:

    Rest in Peace, Pat. I will miss your sense of humor and the great conversations we use to have. My deepest love and condolences to Pat’s beautiful wife, Karen and their awesome boys, Ryan and Logan.

  5. Aunt Johanna,Uncle Trevor, Uncle Patrick ,Aunt Pauline and all her family. says:

    All your UK family are saddened by the loss of our nephew Patrick.RIP. We are thinking of you Karen Ryan & Logan, and all the rest of the family. God Bless you all. you are in our prayers. xxx.

  6. Bridget Ott says:

    I miss you brother gone way way to soon keep the rock n roll playing loud for me and see you on the other side where we will continue the party. LOVE YOU xoxoxo

  7. Luther & Betty Holmes says:

    My heart and prayers are with you and your whole family. My Pat Rest In Peace ❤️🙏 So very sorry for loss. Luther & I send you our love & hugs during this sad time.

  8. Annamarie Collins says:

    There are no words to express the loss we suffered on January 24th. We will miss you brother, never to be forgotten and forever in our hearts. Until we meet again.
    Love, Annamarie

  9. John & Cathy Patton says:

    We are so sorry for your loss and our heartfelt condolences go out to the family. Definitely a life taken too soon.

  10. Annamarie Collins says:

    There are no words to describe the loss we suffered on the 24th of January, we are all so devastated. We love you brother, always in our hearts, never to be forgotten. Until we meet again. Love you!

  11. Mary Ann Van Meter Family says:

    Remembering you and the good times our families have had together thru the years. It’s a friendship to last forever. Our prayers are with you all. Love from The Van Meters,
    Ms Mary, Brad, Natalie, and Kalie

  12. You were a legend in the game learned so much from you know amount of money or love can repay what you’ve done for me. Rest in peace my friend till I see you again says:

    You were a legend in the game learn so much from you, No amount of money or love can repay what you’ve done for me. Rest in peace my friend till I see you again
    Jason Hamilton

  13. Larry says:

    Thinking of the family as they mourn Pat’s passing. I had the pleasure to work with Pat. The people around him could always lean on his expertise and he was always happy to help, you could see he genuinely liked helping people when he could. Pat will be sorely missed.

  14. Clyde and Sue Spillers says:

    I know this is a difficult time for you, Ryan and Logan. Sending our heartfelt condolences as you mourn Pat’s passing. I worked with Pat, 1st at Tempe then Mesa for about 25 yrs! Could always have a really good conversation with Pat discussing codes! Pat really knew his electrical codes and was a big help to our team. Pat was a really good guy and will be missed!

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Patrick Gilbert Ott – Loving son, husband, father, brother, uncle, nephew

Queen Creek, AZ

 

Patrick Gilbert Ott, 56, of Queen Creek, died from cancer at home on January 24, 2022 at 9:00am. Born September 7, 1965 in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Patrick graduated from Phoenix College with an associate’s degree. Patrick started his career as a journeyman electrician and moved to building safety with the City of Tempe in his late 20’s. Patrick was drawn to building of all sorts and seeing how everything came together, he loved construction in all shapes and sizes. After a few years he moved to City of Mesa where he enjoyed a long career doing commercial/industrial and residential inspections.  He loved to mentor co-workers and share his knowledge. Patrick Retired from the city on January 8th, 2022.

Patrick loved his boys and had a special bond with each one. Ryan and Pat shared the love of Rock-n- Roll music. Logan and Pat shared the love of football and the stats.

Survivors include wife, Karen Ott, two sons Ryan Patrick Ott (20) and Logan Brady Ott (16), brother Duane (Veronica) Ott, sisters Annamarie Collins, Tammy Anderson and Bridget Ott, mother-in-law Nancy Peter, and sisters-in-law Caprice Peter, Stephanie Peter and Barbara Demars. Patrick has numerous aunts, uncles, nephews and nieces as well as great nephews and nieces. His England family mourns his loss as well. Patrick was predeceased in death by his loving mother, Teresa Ott, sister Amanda Ott, father-in-law Larry Peter and brother in-law Lonny Blood.

Hospice of the Valley was instrumental in helping Pat and his family through this tough time. Pat will be cremated and will be placed with his mother and sister.

A celebration of life will be planned at a later time.

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14 responses to “Patrick Gilbert Ott Obituary”

  1. Karen Ott says:

    We miss you so much, Patrick. We know you are with your family that has passed before you. You will not be forgotten.

  2. Carolyn mercer says:

    My deepest condolences to you and your family . You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers .

  3. Ruth Anderson says:

    Dear Karen and Family
    I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your beloved Pat. May you each feel the presence and comfort of God during the time of this most difficult loss.

  4. Veronica Ott says:

    Rest in Peace, Pat. I will miss your sense of humor and the great conversations we use to have. My deepest love and condolences to Pat’s beautiful wife, Karen and their awesome boys, Ryan and Logan.

  5. Aunt Johanna,Uncle Trevor, Uncle Patrick ,Aunt Pauline and all her family. says:

    All your UK family are saddened by the loss of our nephew Patrick.RIP. We are thinking of you Karen Ryan & Logan, and all the rest of the family. God Bless you all. you are in our prayers. xxx.

  6. Bridget Ott says:

    I miss you brother gone way way to soon keep the rock n roll playing loud for me and see you on the other side where we will continue the party. LOVE YOU xoxoxo

  7. Luther & Betty Holmes says:

    My heart and prayers are with you and your whole family. My Pat Rest In Peace ❤️🙏 So very sorry for loss. Luther & I send you our love & hugs during this sad time.

  8. Annamarie Collins says:

    There are no words to express the loss we suffered on January 24th. We will miss you brother, never to be forgotten and forever in our hearts. Until we meet again.
    Love, Annamarie

  9. John & Cathy Patton says:

    We are so sorry for your loss and our heartfelt condolences go out to the family. Definitely a life taken too soon.

  10. Annamarie Collins says:

    There are no words to describe the loss we suffered on the 24th of January, we are all so devastated. We love you brother, always in our hearts, never to be forgotten. Until we meet again. Love you!

  11. Mary Ann Van Meter Family says:

    Remembering you and the good times our families have had together thru the years. It’s a friendship to last forever. Our prayers are with you all. Love from The Van Meters,
    Ms Mary, Brad, Natalie, and Kalie

  12. You were a legend in the game learned so much from you know amount of money or love can repay what you’ve done for me. Rest in peace my friend till I see you again says:

    You were a legend in the game learn so much from you, No amount of money or love can repay what you’ve done for me. Rest in peace my friend till I see you again
    Jason Hamilton

  13. Larry says:

    Thinking of the family as they mourn Pat’s passing. I had the pleasure to work with Pat. The people around him could always lean on his expertise and he was always happy to help, you could see he genuinely liked helping people when he could. Pat will be sorely missed.

  14. Clyde and Sue Spillers says:

    I know this is a difficult time for you, Ryan and Logan. Sending our heartfelt condolences as you mourn Pat’s passing. I worked with Pat, 1st at Tempe then Mesa for about 25 yrs! Could always have a really good conversation with Pat discussing codes! Pat really knew his electrical codes and was a big help to our team. Pat was a really good guy and will be missed!

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