Aumer, Patrick William
Age 47, of Champlin, passed away at home on September 29th, 2017. He is preceded in death by grandparents, Doris and Lester Gerdes and Leona and Paul Aumer.
Patrick was born in Spirit Lake, IA on May 8th, 1970. He graduated from Milford High School in 1988 and Buena Vista University in 1992. Patrick worked in radio, and ran for Iowa House of Representatives. He began working in the financial industry in 1994, and moved to Minneapolis in 1999.
Patrick loved his family and his dog fiercely. His passion was cooking, and he spent countless hours in the kitchen working on his creations and teaching his sons. He loved entertaining, playing his ukulele, the ocean, Jimmy Buffet, Hawaiian shirts, James Bond movies, Gummi Bears, trivia, owning a billion kitchen whisks, and the Tottenham Hotspurs.
Patrick is survived by his wife of nearly 14 years, Melissa; beloved sons, William (11) and Carson (9); parents, William (Bill) and Cheryl Aumer of Milford, IA; sister, Christy (Grant) Hickman of W. Des Moines, IA; father & mother-in-law, Dick & Mary Daly; sister-in-law, Jolene (Steve) Kuehn of Mahomet, IL.; nephews, Samuel Kuehn, Everett and Dominic Hickman. Special dog and best friend, Sinskey. Several other loving relatives and countless friends. Rest in peace, Patrick. You will be missed.
Memorial Service will be held at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church on Saturday, October 7th,2017, 9100 93rd Avenue N. Brooklyn Park. Visitation starting at 10 am with service at 11 am. Donations to the family preferred in lieu of flowers. Private family inurnment at a later date.
Saturday, October 7th 10AM
St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church
9100 93rd Ave. N.
Brooklyn Park, MN
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