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Remembering CHEA Secretary Pat Gandolfi – 1938 to 2014 — 5 Comments

  1. His virtues are written upon the tablets of love and memory. To our absent Member and a very good friend. Pat was one the first Elks I met when I attended my first CHEA Convention in 2002. Great guy and I and Colette Aoki are going to miss. We send our sincerest condolences and prayers to Flo and the family. Aloha Oe my dear, dear friend.

    • Patrick was a great friend and mentor to myself and my wife Nina. He had a great sense of humor and was always welcoming to us at convention! We met him through a friend, PDDGER Michael Murphy, RIP. We became close to Pat and his wife Flo and wish that God look over his family and Flo. You will be missed Brother Pat as he was an Elk’s Elk. RIP Pat.

  2. Sincere condolences to the family and to the San Diego Lodge. Pat was a great Elk and did a wonderful job at CHEA Secretary. Will remember him fondly at each chime of the elven o’clock toast!

  3. Nina and I were close to Pat and Flo through PDDGER Michael Murphy RIP. Pat helped us understand the challenges of becoming an Officer in the Lodge and when issues arose he directed us towards a positive resolution. He was an Elks Elk in every way and was always glad to see us at convention and other affairs. A man of honor and integrity, he was a mentor who will always remain in our hearts as gracious and funny. May he rest in peace and may God oversee his family and his lovely wife, Flo. Patrick will be missed!! Farewell dear Brother Pat!!

  4. Nina and I were close to Pat through our friend PDDGER Michael Murphy of San Gabriel District RIP. Pat was a great mentor when we decided to become Officers in our Lodge and helped us and directed us to facilitate a positive resolution. Pat was always gracious and funny! He always welcomed us with open arms at convention and his lovely wife, Flo will always be with us in our hearts! May God look over his family and his wife Flo!! He will be missed as he was an Elks Elk!
    Never Forgotten Brother Pat, may you rest in peace!!

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