Pat Biscoe Jr.

Pat Biscoe Jr.,74 of Georgetown, Florida passed in Palatka, Fl., on Sunday, March 31, 2013.
Pat was born in Houston, Texas on Janaury 2, 1939 to the late Pat and Juanita Biscoe. He lived in
Arkansas and graduated from Winter Park Florida High School.  He served two years in the
U.S. Navy. Pat’s career was with Winter Park Telephone Company (Sprint) from which he retired
in 1993. Besides his parents he is preceded in death by his only sister, Anne Taylor.  Pat’s
legacy continues with his wife of 49 years, Constance Biscoe of Georgetown, Fl.; Heather Jeane
Updike and husband, Douglas of Plant City, Fl., Stacy Anne Bumsted and husband, Alan of
Spring, Tx.; four granddaughters and one grandson.  A Celebration of Pat’s life will be Thursday,
April 4, 2013, 3 PM  at Watts Funeral Home, San Mateo, Fl. Visitation will begin at 2 PM
on Thursday, April 4, 2013.  Military honors will be bestowed.  Memories and condolences
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  1. Alice Cooper says:

    I was so very sorry to hear of Pat’s passing. Please know that you and yours are in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. Cheryl Hamel says:

    I am deeply sorrowful about the passing of Pat. I will miss his compliments and his good nature. My heart goes out to Connie, a good friend.

  3. Ruth and Peter Hassett says:

    We share your sorrow at the loss of our dear friend, Pat. To know him was to love him! There was never a more devoted family man. He worshipped his wife Connie and adored his daughters more than any man ever!

    He will be missed, and in our hearts forever.

    God bless you all.

    Ruthie, Pete and Sean

  4. Heard Saxon says:

    I am so sorry to hear of this. I worked with Pat back in the 1970s at WPT. He always made me laugh with his stories and even though I didn’t see him much after leaving WPT, I thought of him often. I will miss you Pat.

  5. Brian Howlett says:

    I talked to Pat about 6 weeks ago and he said “Thanks Baby”, brought back so many good memories. I was lucky to work with Pat (in craft) and worked for Pat as my boss, he was “The Best that ever was”.

    God Bless Pat and Connie.

  6. Linda Brown says:

    Connie….was so sorry to hear about Pat. I worked with him for a lot of years at WPTC and thought so much of him. He was a wonderful person. He always had a smile and I loved hearing his stories. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.


  7. Jon Wesson says:

    His smile and greeting of “hey baby” will never be forgotten.He was a good friend and always made you feel better.My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

  8. Lee Jacobs says:

    Connie: We were so deeply saddened to learn of Pat’s passing. Boy, what a guy!
    It was associates like Pat at Winter Park Telephone that helped establish WPTCo as a premier company in the U.S. Just sorry we missed each other in January as we were looking forward to the visit of not only a fellow Winter Park Telephone employee but also a fellow WPHS graduate! Rest in peace, Pat. See ya Babe!

  9. Marvin and Pat Oliver says:

    Dearest Connie and Family
    So sorry we did not know about Pat’s death in time to come to the funeral. Pat was Marvin’s supervisor when Marvin had a heart attack and we have never forgotten the kindnesses Pat did for us during that time. We so enjoyed having lunch with you both at the Black Forest Inn. Lots of laughing and telephone men stories. That is the way we will remember Pat. God Bless you and yours Connie.

  10. Jan Knecht says:

    My I extend my deepest sympathy to the entire family. I worked with Pat for many years at WPTC. He had a great sense of humor & never failed to bring a smile to everyone’s face. My prayers are with you.

  11. eddis mccall dexter says:

    Will keep the family in my prayers. God Bless you all

  12. Alan & Abby Bumsted says:

    Pat was a stand-up man. Right or wrong he always stood strong and honest in his dealings with all.
    He truly loved his family and never wavered in his efforts to provide love, guidance, and protection for them.
    Being one of Pat’s many friends was special because he never stopped caring, and kept contact with them regardless of their personal successes or failures.
    God will welcome Pat as a valuable member of his flock. Who knows… he may already be in charge of the heavenly varsity hambone ensemble.

    You will be remembered and missed.

  13. Norma E. (Randall) Loepp says:

    Connie, I was saddened to see the notice of Pat’s passing. It has been many years since we have seen one another, but I wanted to use this opportunity to thank you and Pat for the positive influences you had on my sons, Scott, Mark, and David. You two were wonderful neighbors (WInter Park)and I wanted to thank you both for that.
    Men like Pat don’t grow on every tree.

    Sincerely, Norma E. Loepp
    Scott, and David. (Mark deceased)

  14. Carolyn Kelly says:

    Connie, I’m so sorry. I worked with Pat at WPTC for many years. And those years were very special to all of us. Pat was fun to be around and I know you and the family will miss him dearly. My prayers are with you all.

  15. Bob and Bonita Craig says:

    Connie, Bob and I were so very saddened to hear about Pat. Bob met Pat through United Telephone and always said what a friendly and caring person he was.You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  16. Genie Castorina says:

    My heart hurts for Connie. Pat was a wonderful husband and father and adored his “girls”. He will be missed by many and I’m proud to have been his friend.

  17. Victoria Cilwik says:

    I am so sorry to read that Mr. Biscoe has passed away in death. Please accept my family’s heartfelt condolences. May your heart be comforted by the Bible’s promise at John chapter 5 verses 28 and 29 that God will soon resurrect back to life our loved ones who have died so that we can be reunited with them as well as Revelation chapter 21 verse 4 where God promises that very soon death will be no more.

  18. Diane Larochelle says:

    To family
    So sorry for your loss !! May you find peace in your happy memories
    God’s Word, the Bible, provides the greatest comfort of all. The Christian apostle Paul stated: “I have hope toward God . . . that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous.” (Acts 24:15) Thinking about the Bible-based hope of a resurrection can be the greatest comfort while grieving the loss of a loved one and Jehovah always keeps his promises

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