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Pat Patrick Hospitalized in Nashville

June 5, 2006

NASHVILLE, TN – Pat Patrick, retired fleet dealer sales manager, was admitted to the Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville for heart and kidney failure. He is undergoing dialysis. Patrick worked for many years at Leiphart Chevrolet in Decatur, Ga. handling fleet sales and courtesy deliveries. He later moved to a Chevrolet dealer in Nashville, where he retired several years ago. Patrick is an active AFLA member organizing the Pete Z Golf Scramble.Cards and letters can be mailed to Patient, Pat Patrick, Vanderbilt University Hospital, Room 7012, 1161 21st Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37232
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