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Patrick Bruce Trego
July 20, 1957
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Patrick Bruce Trego, 65, of Chester County, Pennsylvania, passed away peacefully on July 17th, 2023, at Pocopson Home in West Chester, Pennsylvania. He is survived by his wife, Carla Swinson Trego, his son, Travis Trego, his sister, Cherie Trego, and his mother, Edith (Edie) Smyers. Patrick was preceded in death by his father, Sherman Trego, and brother, Stephen Trego.
Patrick found immense joy in the outdoors as an avid outdoorsman, hunter, and fisherman. The Trego family cabin in Juniata County provided him a sanctuary to pursue these activities.
A graduate of Downingtown High School and Delaware County Community College, Patrick was a dedicated nurse at Hahnemann Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. Patrick's tireless work ethic and passion for helping others left a lasting impact on both patients and colleagues. He took immense pride in his career and was highly respected as a nurse.
Patrick’s quiet demeanor was coupled with a caring and compassionate nature, always putting his family's needs above his own. As a devoted husband, he cherished Carla, and as a selfless father, he offered unwavering support and guidance to Travis as he grew into a young adult.
Patrick's calm and steady presence served as a pillar of strength for his family, providing comfort and reassurance during challenging times. His love and dedication were felt deeply, and he leaves behind a family who will forever be grateful for the positive impact he had on their lives.
In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests that memorial donations be directed to Pocopson Home at 1695 Lenape Road, West Chester, PA, 19382, in appreciation of the compassionate care provided by the dedicated staff.
Let's cherish the memories of Patrick's adventurous spirit, his unwavering dedication, and his loving nature. May his soul find eternal peace, and may his legacy shine brightly in the hearts of all who were fortunate enough to know him.