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Leverty, Patrick

Patrick Archie Leverty
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Patrick Archie Leverty, known as “Pat,” 86, peacefully passed away Jan. 21, 2008 in Reno surrounded by loving family members. He was born in Oaks, North Dakota on April 4, 1921 to Mable (Bingham) and Patrick Leverty. In 1970, they moved to Incline Village, where he opened First National Bank and worked there for nearly 15 years.

Pat’s unfailing dedication, love of his family and hard work was an inspiration to his entire family. Pat’s children and grandchildren were given his constant and full attention.

Pat is survived by his wife of 66 years Sarah; his two sons: Gene (Gretchen) Leverty and Donald (Kathy) Leverty, and daughter, Trish (David) Dietze; grandchildren, Stacy (Alfredo) Hernandez, Carri Tattum Leverty, Courtney Leverty, Tyler (Alison) Leverty, Patrick (Jacey) Leverty; step grandchildren, Joanna Roberts, Carolyn Roberts, Dan (Shari) Roberts, Molly Dietze and Amy Dietze; and two great-grandchildren, Racquell Hernandez and Sophia Hernandez. He is also survived by his sister, Jackie Weatherwax of Tuscon, Ariz.



It is the family’s wish that in lieu of flowers, a memorial donation be made to St. Mary’s P.A.S. program: 520 West 6th St., Reno, NV 89503. A funeral mass will be held on Monday, Jan. 28, 2008 at Our Lady of the Snows, Catholic Church, 1138 Wright Street, Reno, NV. The viewing will begin at noon followed by mass at 1 p.m. A burial service will be held in Truckee Cemetery at a later date.


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