Charles Patrick Harget passed away peacefully on June 29, 2013. The proverbial wandering soul... he has marked his final trip of his journey of life. Patrick was born to Charles Harry and Nora Patricia Harget on September 10, 1947 in Santa Rosa, California. Patrick swam for the Ukiah Dolphins in Ukiah where the family lived during his younger life, and then for the Village Plunge Swim Team after the family relocated to Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California. Patrick was an outgoing young man, attended Montgomery High School and was a competitive swimmer for the Vikings Swim Team. Patrick graduated high school with a Swimming Scholarship to Brigham Young University, Utah. Patrick returned to Sonoma County where he lived for years, working and starting a family before moving to Las Vegas, Nevada. In Las Vegas, when not working, Patrick loved to shoot a game of pool with his friends. In October 2010 he moved to Taft, California. Patrick loved seeing and spending time with his beloved children, family and friends. He particularly loved sharing a good glass of red wine, a great meal, and talking & laughing about life and good times with everyone. He was always interested in learning… and new experiences.
He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Harry Harget, his brother, Richard Nathan Harget. He is survived by his son, Austin Travis Harget (Kathy); daughter, Danielle Simone’ Harget-Evans (Frankie); his mother Patricia Harget-MacDonald; his younger sister, Connie Jolene Harget-Redfield (Kenneth); his sister-in-law Portia Liegh Harget; his grand-daughter Kaelyn Isabelle Evans; his grand-son Nathaniel Malin Evans; as well as all his beloved nieces and nephews; and extended family.
Services will be held Friday, July 5, 2013, 6:00 p.m., at the Taft Seventh-day Adventist Church, 401 Harrison Street, Taft, California 93268. In lieu of flowers you may donate to Friend of the Taft College Library. Make checks payable to: Taft College and on Memo line put: In Memory of Charles Patrick Harget - Friend of the College Library. Taft College, 29 Emmons Park Drive, Taft, California 93268. Friends and family are welcomed to share their stories and thoughts about Patrick at: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com . The family would like to especially thank Ballard Funeral Home, 636 19th St, Cody, Wyoming, for all their assistance and loving care during this difficult time. Patrick was experiencing Wyoming visiting with his son and new daughter-in-law and planning a fishing trip together. He will remain in our hearts forever. God Bless You Patrick. xo
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