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Patrice Cloue’ passed away on April 22, 2020 peacefully after a courageous battle with multiple medical complications. He was born on May 17, 1961 in Montrichard, a town of Loir et Cher in the Center Val de France Region to the parents of Daniel and Solange Cloue’.
Patrice’s career brought him to the United States when he was a young man in his early 20’s. He continued with his passion of his career choice through all these years working for 2 different companies with his current positon as Technical Manager/Subject Matter Expert of Aseptic Technologies Division at ProSys Ireland. His colleagues described him as a kind and unassuming man and was one of the best engineers that they have crossed paths with.
Patrice met a special person here in United States and in October 2000 he married Laureen Frost. Together they had a son Daniel. Patrice’s love for his son was so enormous.
Patrice shared his birthday month with his son, Daniel. When Daniel was born Patrice would tell all it was the best birthday gift he has ever received.
Patrice had a passion for motorcycles, planes, trains, and automobiles. In essence anything that moved. He traveled a lot for his work and pleasure. He had a love for history and would be all absorbed in anything that could tell him a story or that he could imagine a story.
He also had a great love for music especially the Beatles particularly the song “Imagine”.
Preceding Patrice in death are his mother Solange Cloue, and sister Sylvie Bardet
Patrice is survived by his father, Daniel Cloue of Montrichard, son Daniel, step daughter Chelsey Anderson, step grandchildren-twins Aubrey and Cameron Anderson, the mother of his son, Laureen Frost, special friend Helene, niece, Leslie(Sebastien) Giner, nephew Alexandre (Celine) Cloue, great nephew and nieces Zoé and Léa Giner and Yvann Cloue
"He was a man take him for all in all, I shall not look upon his like again”
According to his wishes, no services will be held.