Patrick Andrew Seres

Nov. 1967 ~ Oct. 2017

About the Service

Viewing at Allen Mortuary on Saturday, October 14 from 12:00-1:00p.m. with funeral service to follow also at Allen Mortuary on Saturday, October 14 at 1:00p.m.

Patrick was born in St. Louis, Missouri, lived in Collinsville, Illinois and settled in Modesto 39 years ago.  He worked as a carpenter for 30 years.  He enjoyed playing darts and was a member of 209 Darts, Excalibur Darts and Dead Aim Darts.

He is survived by his wife Sherry Seres; children Tyler Seres and Eric Seres; mother Kathleen Lonski; two grandchildren AllizahBeth Zelda Seres and Jennivieve Marilyn Seres.  Patrick is also survived by his aunts and uncles Michael (Carol) Stone, Gary (Toni) Stone, Carol (Tony) Cabral, Mary (Mike) Baxter, and Barbara Stone.  Patrick was preceded in death by his father Joseph Sciacca, adopted father Ronny Seres, and grandparents Harry and Betty Stone.

Viewing will be held at Allen Mortuary on Saturday, October 14, 2017 from 12:00-1:00p.m. with the Funeral service to follow also at Allen Mortuary on Saturday, October 14, 2017 at 1:00p.m.

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Remembrances

  1. Love, hugs and prayers to the loving family. I know how much you were loved and how much you must have loved back and pray that comfort and peace will come through. Uncle Charles and I enjoyed the short times we had with you and even tho he is no longer here would want your memory honored and love to your loved ones sent. I send the love with all my heart. Aunt Judy Stone

  2. Patrick and family
    We love you and will miss you!! Our most sincere condolences, wishes and gratitude to your family and friends who will always remember the positive and valuable contribution you made to our lives.

    With all our love

    Uncle Mike, Aunt Carol

  3. I still can’t believe it. Pat was such a great guy! Right, wrong, or different I always wished I had at least an ounce of his confidence. He always treated my husband and I with a lot of respect and gave us plenty of laughs. I enjoyed the times I was his partner (shooting darts). He was for sure a person I thought he would be around forever! Our thoughts go out to the family as well, we are so sorry for your loss.

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