In memory of
PATRICK McGOUGH
In memory of
PATRICK McGOUGH
December 12, 1944 - August 29, 2020 Patrick passed away from complications of COVID. He leaves behind his sisters, Joanna, Jennifer and Kathleen; many nieces and nephews; his beloved dog, Harley, and many friends. Pat was born in Johnstown, PA and moved to California in 1962. He graduated from Narbonne High in 1963. He joined \the Air Force and was stationed in Hawaii for four years. After attending classes at El Camino, he became a sub-contractor with the LAPD, working in electronic surveillance over a successful 40 year career. He bought his home in Manhattan Beach and was a happy resident of his adopted home city. He loved the ocean and was an avid volleyball player. Pat ran the annual 10K and was among an elite group of runners participating for over 40 years. He filled his home with friends several times a year for barbeques and his famous St. Patrick's day parties. Pat was so kind and such a good friend, he will be greatly missed. His was truly a life well lived.
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In memory of
PATRICK McGOUGH
December 12, 1944 - August 29, 2020 Patrick passed away from complications of COVID. He leaves behind his sisters, Joanna, Jennifer and Kathleen; many nieces and nephews; his beloved dog, Harley, and many friends. Pat was born in Johnstown, PA and moved to California in 1962. He graduated from Narbonne High in 1963. He joined \the Air Force and was stationed in Hawaii for four years. After attending classes at El Camino, he became a sub-contractor with the LAPD, working in electronic surveillance over a successful 40 year career. He bought his home in Manhattan Beach and was a happy resident of his adopted home city. He loved the ocean and was an avid volleyball player. Pat ran the annual 10K and was among an elite group of runners participating for over 40 years. He filled his home with friends several times a year for barbeques and his famous St. Patrick's day parties. Pat was so kind and such a good friend, he will be greatly missed. His was truly a life well lived.
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