Please join us to honor the life of one of Skydiving’s greats. Pat was a pioneer in many aspects of skydiving. As he pushed the limits of human flight he always did it with an amazing love and passion for our sport and community.
From Pat’s wife, Jan Works: “My life partner, Pat Works, died this morning after a short illness. Not violently–he was in his own bed. I think his heart gave out. He was 73 and lived his life to the hilt. His nickname was “Two-Cats” for a reason. We even designed his leather-making stamp to reflect that.
He was a Philosopher, a tell-it-like-it-is observer of the human condition, often feisty in his approach to Life, but very sharing of his talents and knowledge. He loved the sport of Skydiving and the people who populate it.
We will have a Celebration of his Life at Skydive Perris, his home drop zone. Peace out…..”