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Tim Bromund

Sad Day - RIP Pat Comerford

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Yesterday, LOTSA and the Lake Ontario Fishing Community lost a good friend and long time member with the passing of Pat Comerford. (Sandman) (Silver Junkies).

 

Pat fought a long and brave battle against his illness (cancer) which he lost this morning (Sunday 4-10-2016). He will be missed by all of us that knew him and had the pleasure of fishing with him. Arrangements will be posted when finalized.

Edited by Tim Bromund

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He will be missed! Always a nice guy to talk to. My thoughts and prayers are with his wife and family.

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  Worked & fished with Pat many years. He pretty much taught me most of what I know about fishing Lake O. & walleye on lake Erie.  He loved his fishing & could catch fish when others could not.  He will be missed.

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A true gentleman and revered competitor. His presence and big warm smile will be missed by all.

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The services for Pat Comerford will be at 10:00 AM Thursday 4/14 at Saint John the Baptist Church 2021 Sandridge Road Alden NY.

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I just found out Pat was just a few boats down from me at the marina. I can't say I had ever met him, but if he's the guy I'm thinking about, he was much too young. Goes to show that we need to enjoy our time on the lake because you never know when it will be your last. RIP Pat.

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As a kid he would have 12' noodle rods with florescent tips spray painted on. He would whip egg sacs out for miles it seemed and when those tips started shaking it was game on. He was one of my captain heros. I last spoke with him on Summerville. Humble, kind and just as excited to see someone else catch a fish. I would be honored to be compared to Sandman some day. Love to his family. Captain Larry Hammond

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Gonna miss u buddy! Will always be remembered as one of the best!!! The first to win the WHI in very tough conditions! A legend in my heart forever!!! Thoughts and prayers to your family.

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I never had the pleasure of meeting this man but they say that the greatest compliment you can give to a person is the praise of their friends. Rest in peace.

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Pat will be missed.    A TOP competitor always and a nice guy. Condolences to his friends & family.

And Condolences for Daryl & Nathan his tournament family.

 

Jerry

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