Patrick J Carchio, Jr.

Patrick J Carchio, Jr.

Patrick J Carchio, Jr.

February 16, 1938~March 31, 2018

Carchio, Jr., Patrick J. “Pat”, 80, Port Richey, Florida went to be with the Lord March 31, 2018. Beloved husband of Sheila, father, brother, grandpa and friend. The greatest Michigan “Wolverines” fan, USMC Veteran, and member of First Baptist Church of N.P.R..


Patsy Mahoney (Friend)

April 5, 2018, 12:00 am

Sheila, Joey,and Jackie: I will always remember Pat’s great smile and our conversations over the fence when visiting Joey and Jackie. He is a wonderful person who will be greatly missed.

Pat Garrett (Friend)

April 5, 2018, 12:00 am

My sincerest condolence to Pat's family & loved ones. I knew Pat to be a very likeable gentleman and a die-hard Michigan Wolverine Fan. “Rest in Peace, Sir”.

Jim & Sandy Mira (Long time friends)

April 5, 2018, 12:00 am

It's hard to believe we have been friends for over 50 years. We first met back in the 60's at Denver Chicago Trucking Co. Remembering some special memories. Your Dad teaching us office workers to become truck drivers.(good Ones)that gave us a whole new career. The going away party we had at our house for you and friends, (70 plus) when you moved to Florida. Wow, what a night! Our love for sports was always good conversation, especially your devotion for U of M

So hard losing a dear friend, you will always be remembered. Until we meet again and we will, you will always remain in our hearts. GO BLUE

Friends forever
Jim and Sandy

Jim and Donita Davis (Friends)

April 6, 2018, 12:00 am

Dear Sheila and family,
Our deepest heartfelt sympathies are with all of you. We are so fortunate to have been able to call Pat “FRIEND” these last few years and only wish we had known him much longer! God blessed us all when he brought Pat into our lives. We will miss him and his “Go, Blue!” Love, Jim and Donita, his Buckeye Buddies.

Ron & Donna Flowers (Friend )

April 9, 2018, 12:00 am

It was so nice to talk to you today. Donna and I though the world of you and Pat. Being around pat was always uplifting. But, I did not know he was in the USMC, so was I.

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