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Age 87. Born January 12, 1909, passed away April 4, 1996. Mr. Patterson was born on a farm in Towanda, Kansas the son of Albert Mansfield and Lillie Martha Dalton Patterson. Fay was the sixth of eleven children.

In his youth he was an avid boxing athlete. In 1927 he moved to California, he married the lady of his life Madge Lucille, and resided for 57 years of the 61 years of their lives in the house he built for them in Van Nuys. He was an aircraft engineer for several major aircraft companies. Later owned and operated his an auto repair business.

He was preceded in death by his wife Madge Lucille, his parents and seven siblings.

Survived by daughter Sharon Volk of Reseda, CA., and Linda Seeger of Chico, CA. Grandsons David and Nathan Volk, and Andrew and Kevin Seeger, brother Clare Patterson of Kansas, sisters Lillie Jackson of Wyoming, and Lovey Boucher of Kansas.

Bastin & Perrott Mortuary, Northridge, in charge.
Transcribed and Contributed by Marland Boucher

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