Patrick James Carney

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Patrick James Carney, 54, of Mound City, Kansas passed away November 22, 2010 at the Kansas City Hospice House.

He was born September 17, 1956 in Minneapolis, MN, son of Clifford and Agnes Carney. He was the youngest of nine siblings. On May 21, 1982 he married Cindy Zimmerman. Pat was the owner of the Country Club Bar in Mound City, KS and also owned the Fort Scott Golf Course and Country Club in Ft. Scott, KS. He loved fishing and golf, listening to Johnny Cash, spending time with family and friends and sports of all kind. Pat was a standout performer for the Richfield High School, Richfield, MN and the Richfield American Legion Post 435 baseball teams, including the 1973 team which went to the American Legion World Series. Pat touched the hearts and lives of the many whose paths he crossed with his kindness, determination and love. He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, son and brother. He was dedicated to his family and always worked too hard to make sure that they were well provided for. He was a man of strength and compassion. He was a fighter of all battles that crossed his path. Many memories will remain as his name will live on forever.

Pat was preceded in death by his father and his brother, Tom. He is survived by his wife of 28 years, Cindy; His son Travis; daughter and son-in-law Brooke and Adam Salvoni; grandson Patrick; mother Agnes; brothers Joe, Cliff, Dale and Mike and sisters Elaine, Darlene and Peggy.

Pat’s family suggests in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be made to the KC Hospice House, 12000 Wornall Road, KC, MO 64145.

2 Comments

  1. Ryan Hartz on November 29, 2010 at 8:39 am

    Cindy, Travis and Brooke
    It was a great shock you hear the news of Pat’s passing. I am deeply sorry for your loss. He was a great friend and boss and I will always remember him for the fun he brought to the office every day.

  2. Todd Davis on November 25, 2010 at 9:48 am

    Cindy, Travis & Brooke:

    My deepest sympathies to you in this time of sorrow. Pat will always be remembered by the people who were lucky enough to know Pat. Pat touched the lives of many. The players who played for him will always carry fond memories of Pat. I can truly say that some of the best times of my life were spent with Pat on a baseball field. I will always keep those fond memories in my heart.

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