November 30, -0001 - February 11, 2012
Patrick Joseph Vennemann, 26, February 11, 2012. Born March 11, 1985 in Cincinnati, the son of Jerome (Deceased) and Eileen (McGowan) Vennemann. Graduated from Wyoming High then earned his Bachelorâ€™s Degree from the Univ. of Cincinnati. Patrick worked at Copper Creek Homes as a Project Manager. Patrick was very driven in life; energetic about goals he set his sights on, especially demonstrated by his Eagle Scout achievement, as well as his recent LEED certification efforts. His enthusiastic laughter, warm heart, and smile brought much joy to family and friends. He enjoyed music and was an avid aquatic enthusiast. Patrick loved to travel and spend time with his fiancÃ©e Sarah Lampl and their dog Mica. Patrick is survived by his fiancÃ©e, Sarah; his mother Eileen; and his sister Bridget. He also leaves his grandmother, Anne McGowan and his Godson Matt Vennemann, along with numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Visitation at St. James of the Valley, 411 Springfield Pike, Wyoming, Ohio, Saturday from 10 am until time of Mass of Christian Burial at 12 noon. Burial to follow at Old St. Josephâ€™s Cemetery. Donations can be made to the Friends of Scouting; mailed to Dan Beard Council, Boy Scouts of America, 10078 Reading Road, Cincinnati, OH, 45241.
Dear Eileen – we send our dearest sympathies to you in the passing of Patrick. Our son, David, spent many days with “PJ” when they were both at Debbie Dingler’s for childcare. I know that has been over 20 years ago, but we remember PJ and his family. When I saw Patrick’s obituary I was shocked! David remembers PJ and sends his sympathy also. You and your family will be in our prayers. May God grant you the peace and comfort that only He can give. God bless you.
Don and Karen Schneider
First of all, I want to tell how not only how beautiful you looked today but what wonderful
job you did with such a totally sad and tragic position. I have not slept all week thinking of you and how could I possibly had such a situation. You must have the most wonderful faith that could get you through this.
I will always remember calling back and forth as the boys went through high school and the many times we would exchange notes so that we could make sure they were on they right path…it was not easy but they both made it and we, as parents, can be proud of the men they were becoming. Pat was a wonderful young man and I will always appreciate his friendship with Evan, who at times, is not easy to be friends with.
I promise to touch base with you soon to just enjoy soon time together. You had a wonderful son and I know brought great joy to you. There is something special with a mother and a son!
Just heard about Patrick. I am so sorry for your loss and the pain you are feeling. Take the memories you had together and let them help you through this tough time. Our prayers are with you.
You are in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. May the memories of all the good times wrap you warmly and comfort you in the coming days, months, and years. May God bless you and your family.
-Your cousin, Elaine & family
I am so very sorry to hear about the loss of Patrick, and a great loss it is. Please do not hesitate to call me if you need ANYTHING – no matter what time of the day or night. Help with groceries – anything. I will always remember Patrick.
Much love to all of you.
I worked with Jerry for many years at CG&E/Cinergy in the Legal Department. I remember “PJ” as a young child coming to the office with Jerry. My deepest sympathy to you and your family during this very sad time.
We met Pat through Sarah’s family. He will be greatly missed. We are so sorry for the loss you all must feel. You are in our thougths and prayers.