Berlin Patrick age 93 of Salyersville, Kentucky passed away Tuesday, May 05, 2020 at the Paul E. Patton Veterans Center in Hazard, Kentucky. He was born January 1, 1927 at Bloomington, Kentucky, the tenth of twelve children born to the late Fred and Evalene Morris Patrick.
Berlin is survived by his son Donnie (Gwen ) Patrick of Salyersville, Kentucky and his daughter Judy (Richard) Adkins of Pikeville, Kentucky, two grandsons Brian (Becky) Patrick of Salyersville, Kentucky, and Brandon Adkins of Lexington, Kentucky, one granddaughter, LaAndrea (Cory) Hall of Pikeville, Kentucky, three great grandchildren, Ashlyn Patrick of Salyersville, Kentucky, Korbyn Hall and Hayden Hall, both of Pikeville, Kentucky, one sister, Ruby Daniels of Ashland, Kentucky and one brother, Brooks Patrick, of White Oak, Kentucky.
In addition to his parents he is preceded in death by his loving wife, Geneva "Jean" Jenkins Patrick, six brothers, Lawton Patrick, Beecher Patrick, Ben Patrick, Buell Patrick, Birch Patrick, and Bernard Patrick, three sisters, Ruie Clark, Ronnie Prater, Reva Gutermuth.
He was a devoted husband, father, and grandfather.
He will be greatly missed by all of his family and friends who loved him so much.
Some of Berlin's favorite things to do was playing the fiddle and banjo, he loved to hunt. Squirrel and deer hunting season, he always looked forward to. One of his favorite meals was Squirrel with biscuits and gravy.
He was a World War II Army Air Force Veteran, a member of the Salyersville Masonic Lodge #769 and Local Union #577 Plumbers and Pipefitters. He worked many years as a Pipefitter until his retirement.
Berlin made life's most important decision when he chose to be saved and baptized and became a member of the Emmanuel Baptist Church. He enjoyed attending church services and other fellowship gatherings while he and Jean were well enough to go.
There will be a private graveside service for immediate family only on Saturday, May 9, 2020 at the Patrick-Risner Cemetery at Bloomington, Kentucky.
This is in accordance with the mandate issued by the Governor Andy Beshear due to COVID 19.
Arrangements were under the direction of the Magoffin County Funeral Home.