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Ronald “Ron” M. Patten Jr., 41, passed away on September 16, 2021. Born in Manchester, NH on February 26, 1980, he was a son of Ronald M. Patten Sr. and predeceased by mother Patricia A. (Thorne) Patten.
Ron loved music. He was a talented musician who enjoyed singing, playing saxophone and the guitar especially for his daughter. When he wasn’t playing music, he could often be found dancing to it. Ron was always the life of the party! Despite all of the struggles he had endured he would always smile. He was a naturally talented artist who loved to draw and sketch, even teaching his niece how to draw a flower. Ron worked most of his life in the construction field and enjoyed learning new trades. He was a beloved brother, father and uncle who will be remembered for his witty, funny, kind and giving personality by those who loved him. Ron loved others regardless of their status in life. He was generous and would give the last he had so someone could benefit. He loved with all his heart and soul. He was the definition of love. Ron shared special moments with his nieces and nephew and was always willing to share his knowledge to those around him. Ron's love for life was contagious and will never be forgotten. He lived his life taking in everything that had surrounded him. Ron stated “You will always find me by a body of water” this is what gave him peace. “Live...Life...Love”.
Ron is survived by his daughter, Alanna Inglis-Patten of Rochester, NH; his sister, Candie Donnelly and her husband Sean Donnelly of Hooksett, NH; his brother, Jeremy Patten and his wife Jennifer Patten of Allenstown, NH; his significant other, Migdalia Delgado, and his step daughter, Alexandria Castro, of Manchester; his aunt, Janice Michaud and husband Steve Michaud of Pembroke; his nieces and nephew, Calum Donnelly, Caitlin Donnelly, Kiley Donnelly and Haylee Ann-Marie Patten; as well as many extended family members and friends.
A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Ron’s memory may be made to Save the Music Foundation donate.savethemusic.org
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