KING, Edmund J. Patrick (Pat), WO (Ret’d), RCOC, Sup Tech

Pat passed peacefully 24 December, 2015 in Penticton, BC with family by his side after a courageous battle with cancer. Pat was born March 17, 1940 in Kingston, ON. He served 28 years in the military and spent two terms in the Middle East in 1966/1967 and 1974/1975. After retiring from the forces in 1986 he spent 12 years as a civil servant at CFB Chilliwack. Pat married Gail May, 20, 1961 in London, ON. They were married 54 years and raised three children. Pat enjoyed riding his Harley and was actively involved in charities with motorcycle clubs. He is survived and will be sadly missed by his loving wife Gail; children Dianne (Len), Patricia, and David; grandchildren Sarah (Brendon), Megan, Ashton; and great granddaughter Layla. As requested by Pat, the family will celebrate his life with a private gathering to be held at a later date.


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