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Beatriz Perez posted on 4/9/19
I am so sorry for your loss. Our family got to know Patrick as our kids were in early childcare together and our homes were nearby. Patrick always had a special way of making others feel special. He will be missed in our community in Oak Grove Georgia. Our prayers are with your family in this difficult time.
 

Heather Williams posted on 3/31/19
Patrick and I came to know each other, after meeting through our mutual friend Mark, and working together on several music projects. Although it was music that brought us together, it was the fun and laughter that made us great friends. He was a brilliant sound engineer, carpenter, builder, and all around great person. He would give you all he had without a second's thought. The love that he had for Janie and Neal was unmatched. They were his proudest accomplishment. It's very hard to believe such a bright light has been dimmed. You are sorely missed, my friend. Rest easy, Patrick, but keep jammin!
 

JaLynn West posted on 3/27/19
I am so very sorry for this loss. Our prayers for your family during this season of sadness. JaLynn Schlichting West
 

Doug Wagner posted on 3/25/19
Very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers and with you all. God Bless You
 

Kelli Urrutia posted on 3/24/19
I knew Patrick for five minutes over the phone and was immediately touched by his warmth and friendliness. His music and sound talent on Good Eats were incredible and his carpentry skills amazed. What a pleasure to listen to his band play on a weekend. Two things he loved in life more than anything - his son, and his father. And that I learned after knowing him 5 minutes. We’ve all lost a great soul and great talent, too early in life. We love and miss you incredibly Patrick. Rest easy friend.
 

Mark Rossi posted on 3/24/19
My thoughts and prayers to the entire Belden Family. Patrick was literally my best friend while living in Atlanta. I feel very blessed (as we all do) for knowing Patrick and having him such a huge part of my life. My best memories living in Atlanta involved Patrick and I will always remember his humor, talent, sailing trip to BVIs (where he was a great captain), mountain biking along the river, love of Family and friends, and friendship. He will be missed but obviously never forgotten. RIP Patrick Belden.
 

William K. Winn Jr posted on 3/22/19
We didn't know Patrick but we certainly have experienced pain similar to what you must be dealing with now. When we lose someone close we all look for a source of comfort as we grieve, help to ease the pain, the sense of emptiness. May you find comfort in these words penned by the prophet Isaiah, " Your dead will live. My corpses will rise up. Awake and shout joyfully you residents of the dust! For your dew is in the morning, and the earth will let those powerless in death come to life." (Isa.26:19) How we look forward to that day!