Patrick James McGuire

Patrick James McGuire born January 3, 1986, Seattle, WA to Alice (Chinn) McGuire and Marshall McGuire; died February 10, 2012, Bothell, WA.

Pat grew up in Bothell, graduated from Bothell High School June 2004, University of Washington June 2008 and UC Fullerton December 2011.  Pat had a lifelong love of the outdoors and spent many childhood hours catching frogs, bugs and fish; and camping with his Dad who passed away prematurely when Pat was 13 years old.  Pat enjoyed all sports along with his older brother Mark who recently introduced him to golf.  Pat made friends with all those he met and stayed close with many from Bothell HS and UW.

Beloved son of Alice of whom Pat stated was “the best Mom ever.” Cherished brother of Mark.

Pat is also survived by sisters Tammy, Rebecca, and Colleen; and aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. Pat leaves behind special friend, Kelly Nakata.

Memorial service will be on Saturday, February 18, 2012; 1:30 p.m. at Our Lady of the Lake Church, 8900 35th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98115.

9 Responses to “Patrick James McGuire”

  • Mary beth & Dan Cook says:

    We had the privilege of knowing Patrick the last 2 years through our son, Elliot. He was a wonderful young man, bright, articulate, handsome & a joy to know. He always spoke very highly of his mom & brother & always had a hearty appetite! He will be sorely missed & we will continue praying for the family. With sympathy & fondness.

    Mary Beth & Daniel Cook
    Yorba Linda, California

  • Mary Beth & Daniel Cook says:

    We had the privilege of knowing Patrick for the past 2 years through our son, Elliot. He was a wonderful young man, bright, articulate, handsome & a joy to know. He always spoke highly of his MOM & BROTHER & had a hearty appetite! Patrick will be sorely missed & we send our prayers & condolences.

    With Sympathy,
    Mary Beth & Daniel Cook
    Yorba Linda, California

  • Karen Dickinson says:

    I knew Patrick for a few years as he attended Cal State Fullerton. I can’t say a day went by where I was around him and didn’t see that big smile of his. His laugh was contagious and his heart was bigger than any other. I wrote an article in the school paper about his enormous triumphs in life and it was amazing because of the ambition he always had( I always looked up to him as an older brother, and sought him out for wise advice about anything and everything. He had attributes I always admired and always will; A positive radiance is what always reassured me he was one of my most treasured friends.

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  • Becky McGuire says:

    My little brother Wish I could have know him better he was goofy little brother.We will miss him dearly.
    We still have our Memories of these old times that had together that will forever last.God bless

    My heart goes out to Alice and Mark…Let keep in touch…
    love you …Becky

  • Mike says:

    God has promised to answer your prayer, so you now have a HOME in HEAVEN! God bless you with a wonderful, fulfilling eternity! See you there PAL!


  • Paul Adler says:

    Patrick worked for our AmeriCorps Program with the Washington Conservation Corps. He was always working hard outdoors in all kinds of weather. Patrick was a strong team player and was friends with his whole team. I always remember Pat with that great smile. Pat’s demonstrated a commitment to serve others and make this world a better place for all of us.

  • Steve & Laurel Baker of Bothell says:

    Our lives were rewarded when Patrick played baseball with our son in Junior High years. When Patrick’s Dad passed away, it gave us the opportunity to take the boys fishing and to pro baseball games. After High School we haven’t had much chance to see him, however we kept up via Alice, as she walks the neighborhood. Our prayers for the family continues daily and for Patrick’s eternal life.

  • Dave and Colleen Bol says:

    Our hearts ache hearing about the loss of such a bright young man. He made his mom very proud and happy. When I would catch up with Alice on her neighborhood walks, her smile would shine so bright about both her sons.

    Alice and Mark, our condolences for your loss. May your fond memories of Patrick ease your sorrow.

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