Patrick N. Paine

Patrick N. Paine
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Warren — Patrick N. Paine, 34, of Martin St., formerly of Woonsocket died unexpectedly Sunday, March 24, 2019 in Rhode Island Hospital.

He was the husband of Krissia (Pitts) Paine.

Born in Providence, son of Richard Miles of Burrillville and the late Maryann Paine.

Pat worked as a painter for Painless Improvements for several years.

He enjoyed boating, fishing, softball and soccer. He was a warm caring individual who enjoyed spending time with family and friends, especially his wife and children.

Besides his wife Krissia, he is survived by three children, Patrick N. Paine Jr. Nevaeh and Samiyah Paine all of Warren, RI. One sister, Amanda Sherman of Woonsocket. His grandparents Edgar and Annette Paine of Woonsocket.

A Funeral Home Service will be held on Saturday, March 30, 2019 at 3 PM in the

S. DIPardo Memorial Chapel Funeral Home 1583 Diamond Hill Rd. Woonsocket, RI 02895.

Relatives and friends are invited; calling hours are from 12-3 PM prior to the service. Burial will be private.


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So sorry 4 your loss krissia my prayers go out 2 you & your family Pat was an amazing guy glad I knew him

  –Ebony Bradford (2019/03/30)

Mrs. Pitts, Patrick, and Family,

On behalf of the Mt. Hope Huskies Football players, coaches, and staff, please accept our deepest condolences. We love you Patrick!

Sincerely,

TJ Del Santo
Coach

  –TJ Del Santo (2019/03/30)

Krissa and family I am so sorry for your lost. Pat was a outstanding guy and I am sure he was a outstanding dad. He will greatly missed. My condolences.
Kevin Coleman

  –Kevin Z Coleman (2019/03/30)

Krissa I’m so sorry to hear this but I know pat was a good man and I know he love u and the kids.  My heart goes out to u and the family…

  –Justi armstrong (2019/03/28)

Dear Krissia and children so sad to hear of the passing of your husband and Dad. One thing for sure is that he loved you all so much. Remember all the happy times and the times he made you laugh or smile. Memories last forever. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.    Love,  The Moylan’s

  –Debbi and Mike Moylan (2019/03/28)

Pat you will be truly missed.. God has wrapped his arms around you and will guide you through. As he will and you watch over your family. R. I. P sweet angle

  –Cindy (2019/03/28)

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