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June 24, 2019

Patrick N. Wehmann

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Posted: Thursday, May 30, 2019 12:00 am

Patrick N. Wehmann, 42, passed peacefully from death into eternal life on the 21st of May 2019, at his home in Livermore, Calif., after battling cancer for over three years. A celebration of Patrick’s life will be held on June 1, at 10 in the morning, at Valley Community Church, 4455 Del Valle Parkway in Pleasanton, Calif.

Patrick was born in York, Pa., on May 31, 1976, to one proud mother, Betty Hildick. In 1981, Betty married Mark Wehmann and he became Patrick’s earthly father. Together, the new family moved across the country to California. Patrick grew up in Livermore, attending St. Michael School and Livermore High School. He made lifelong friends in high school and loved telling us the same stories over and over from his high school football games and wrestling matches. In 1994, at age 17, Patrick joined the U.S. Marine Corps. He served his country faithfully and his character was shaped by those four years. In 1998, he was honorably discharged. In August of 1998, Patrick became a father to his first son, Jesse. He was fiercely loyal, and fatherhood was the most important thing to him. In 2001, while eating dinner at a small Italian restaurant, Patrick spotted a waitress he wanted to date. She said yes and on August 16, 2002, Patrick and Elizabeth were married in Sunol, Calif. In March of 2004, Patrick went with Elizabeth to Valley Bible Church in Pleasanton to watch a young boy they knew be baptized. Here is a piece of what Patrick wrote about that day:

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