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July 22, 1966 ~ July 24, 2023 (age 57) 57 Years Old
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Patrick Jorgenson, 57, of Englewood, Colorado, passed away on July 24, 2023. He was a father of three and the eldest of six siblings. He is greatly missed by his family and friends who knew and loved him. Patrick was born on July 22, 1966, in Tucson, AZ. As a child, he moved with his family to Williston, ND and completed high school there. After, he returned to Tucson for several years, where he married and had a child, Joseph, who still resides in Tucson. Several years after he and his first wife divorced, Patrick moved to Colorado where he met and married his second wife, Caroline, and had a daughter, Samantha, and a son, Christopher, all of whom currently reside in Belmont, MA. Patrick was a kind, smart, and tender-hearted soul who had a soft spot for his children and for animals. His heart’s love were his dogs Sabra and Gemini, who left us years ago, and his cat Natasha. Pat was gifted with his hands and used his skills in over 35 years in the construction and maintenance industry. He was highly adept in his job, and in recent years had begun generously mentoring those just starting out in the business. His intuitive genius lay in computers, a passion he shared with his son Christopher. Among Pat’s many passions were sports, particularly hockey and football. He was an avid Minnesota Vikings fan, which he loved watching and talking about with his dad. He also closely followed the Colorado Avalanche and the University of Arizona men’s basketball team, the Wildcats. Pat’s love of sports was shared by his friends at the Pitcher’s bar in Aurora, where he spent many a happy hour. Despite loving Colorado as his adopted home, part of Pat’s heart always resided in Tucson. He would speak of family there frequently and around the holidays would anxiously await his mother’s return from visits there with family-made tamales and tortillas. Pat loved music and enjoyed searching out new bands to listen to. A high point in his life of musical fandom was the day he got to meet Halestorm. One of his abiding loves was the music of Sting. Patrick loved the camaraderie and freedom of the open road and greatly enjoyed road trips to the mountains and as far afield as North Dakota. On a summer road trip several years ago with his children, he drove across the country from Denver to Cape Cod, a trip memorable for a flat tire on I-70 in monsoon-like rain. That event itself would provide openings to conversations for years to come. In his free time, Pat loved to spend time with his family on the couch and watch favorite shows like the Big Bang Theory and Gilmore Girls, a show that is also a favorite of his daughter, Samantha. Patrick leaves behind his children; Joseph W Jorgenson, Samantha N Jorgenson, and Christopher P Jorgenson. He is survived by his parents, Paul and Diane Jorgenson of Aurora, Colorado, siblings Kristen Jorgenson, Amy Jorgenson Holston (Ben) and Kassie Jorgenson Voye (Justin), all of Colorado, Andrew O’Sullivan and Maggie O’Sullivan Of Tucson, bonus mom Noni O’Sullivan and many nieces and nephews: Chase Jorgenson, Faythe Broderick, Spencer Holston, Kyael and Ayda Voye all of Colorado, Leland and Zachary Curtsinger of Idaho, Meredith and Aliza Hurwitch of New Hampshire, Chase and Camden Hurwitch of Utah, Gretchen Thomae of South Carolina, Ava, Noah, Annabelle and Madeline O’Sullivan of Arizona and Aaden and Macie Shreeve, also of Arizona. A memorial gathering will be planned at a later date.