Tony McLain

Pat McLain

Thursday, April 8th, 1954 - Saturday, July 25th, 2020
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Pat McLain was called Home by his Lord and Savior July 25, 2020. He was born to father, Bobby Joe McLain, Sr. and mother, Mary Geneva McLain (Patterson) April 8, 1954 in Haskell, Texas. Pat was known to be quick witted and always cracking jokes. He loved spending time with family and adored his grandchildren. Pat enjoyed traveling most of the United States of America and Venezuela.

Pat is preceded in death by his wife, Terri McLain; parents Bobby Joe and Mary McLain; brother, Bobby Joe McLain, Jr.; and best friend, Loretta McLain. He is survived by daughter Alissa McLain-McCulloch and husband Phil Chambless; granddaughter, Cali McCulloch; stepson, Bobby Wicks and wife Stephanie; grandson, Ben; stepdaughter, Rose Wicks; sister in law Sam McLain; and numerous family and friends who will miss Pat dearly.

In lieu of flowers donations in Pat’s name can be made by mail at Scottish Rite Hospital for Children 2222 Welborn St. Dallas, TX or online at, just click on the heart. Donations can be made in either Tony Pat McLain or Pat McLain.
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louis goldberg

Posted at 01:22pm
sorry to hear
the guys at Flint Group loved working with him he will be missed RIP friend

Kathy Pelkey

Posted at 07:48pm
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Pat. He had such a great sense of humor and was such a gentle kind man. I remember him coming to Massachusetts and my cat greeted him at the door and couldn’t meow and we visited friends who had a dog that couldn’t bark. He thought we just had weird animals up here. We had a great visit with Pat and Terri visiting Cape Cod and Boston but the best part of the visit was the look on his face when I opened my back door and caught him smoking (not cigarettes) on my deck. His horrified but respectful look was priceless and we laughed about it for the rest of the week. My sincere condolences to all of you. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Elaine LaBelle McLain

Posted at 07:18pm
I am going to miss Pat with all my heart. He was a great little brother (as Bobby Joe always called him). and he was ALWAYS able to make me laugh. I have so many great memories of Pat, but one of my favorites is our cruise to Alaska. It was the best trip ever. Of course there was also that great trip where we flew to SanFrancisco, rented a car and drove up to Washington. On the way, we took a detour to Las Vegas so he and Terri could get married. It was so fun.


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