Patrick J. McMunn, 71, of Spring Hill, Fl., formerly of Titusville, passed away April 10, 2018 at Bayonet Point Hospital, Hudson, Fl. after a brief illness.
Pat was born Nov. 15, 1946 at the Titusville Hospital, a son of the late Daniel L. McMunn and Bertha Jackson McMunn.
He was married to Marlene Barker on July 13, 1968 in Titusville.
Pat was a 1965 graduate of Titusville High School and a Veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps serving from 1965 to 1968. He was a resident of Florida from 1968 until his death.
Pat was self employed and a hard worker. He and his wife owned and operated several businesses in the field of construction along with a building supply company.
He was an awesome husband, father and grandfather and spoiled his children and grandchildren in a loving way.
He had a big heart. There isnâ€™t a person who crossed his path that he didnâ€™t help in some way.
He had his private pilots license and enjoyed flying his plane, making several trips back to Titusville. He enjoyed spending time in Pa. hunting and feeding the masses at hunt camp. He enjoyed pickinâ€™ and grinninâ€™ and was a member of the Soggy Bottom Bluegrass Bunch. Also a member of the Moose Lodge in Hudson, Fl.
Pat is survived by his wife, Marlene of Spring Hill, Fl,; three children, Dore Nedrow and husband Roger of Dunnellon, Fl., Patrick J. McMunn Jr. and wife Jen of Weeki Wachee, Fl., Kelly Ricard and husband Alex of Spring Hill, Fl. Seven grandchildren: Cheyenne and Landon McMunn, Cole Scavelli, Ty and Zak Ricard, Carl and Jordyn Nedrow; two brothers, Ken Bierce of Jefferson City, Tn., Daniel McMunn and wife Kathleen of Titusville. Brother-in-law Ron Barker and wife Millie of Florida, Vernon Barker and wife Florence, Chet Barker and wife Mary of Titusville, sister-in-law, Barbara Barker of Va., Linda McMunn of Tn. Several nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two sisters, Jane Bierce Stokes, Cathy McMunn Hayden, one brother, Thomas McMunn.
In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made to Wounded Warriors.