Patrick Diggles

Profile Updated: February 10, 2017
Residing In Golden, CO USA
Spouse/Partner Cynthia Baxter Diggles, best thing that ever happened to me!
Homepage pcdiggles@gmail.com
Occupation Marketing/Retired
Children Erin deceased
Meghann born in 1982, married Donny Carisco, has a son, Isa, born in 2014
Caitlin More…born in 1884
Military Service Army Infantry  
Yes! Attending Reunion
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Left Shrine in 1963 and began college at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio. Transferred to Eastern Michigan University in 1966, and was drafted before graduating in 1969. Returned to Royal Oak after a year in Vietnam.
Completed my Marketing Degree at Eastern Michigan University. Worked for Chuck Muer's restaurant group for ten years, and then traveled around the country running medium size restaurant companies in Florida, New York and Colorado. Opened a marketing company in Colorado in 1995 and sold it in 2010. Currently doing some marketing consulting, golf and building Frank Lloyd Wright style furniture and stained glass. My wife Cynthia and I have been gifted with a wonderful life.

School Story

I must admit that I really enjoyed my Shrine High School experience. It was a lot simpler, and less complicated than the high school experiences my kids have gone through. I am hard pressed to single out one significant story. I can say that throughout my high school career when someone asked me where I went to high school I was proud to say Shrine!

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May 13, 2017 at 4:24 PM

Mary Blanche,

Have a wonderful birthday with great moments and memories! Hope all is well in your life!

Pat Diggles

It's Patrick Diggles' birthday today.
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Apr 02, 2017 at 4:33 AM
Feb 10, 2017 at 3:59 PM
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Apr 03, 2015 at 3:54 PM

Posted on: Apr 02, 2015 at 8:22 PM

Mary Ann,

I'll say a prayer for your family's autistic children. They are very special kids. Our first daughter Erin was born in 1979 and diagnosed with autism when one in 1500 kids were autistic and 75 percent were boys. Those statistics have changed dramatically today. They are all special kids with special needs. Erin was very low functioning and It was difficult at first. As time went on I felt that we were the right people to have a daughter like her. We had two more daughters who are better people because of Erin. They don't know it but they are! Erin passed away at twenty-three and left us with rich memories, while teaching us true love, understanding and peace.

Enjoy those kids! They're teaching you every day!

Pat

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Jan 12, 2015 at 1:46 PM

Posted on: Jun 27, 2014 at 1:34 PM

Tom,

Happy birthday! May you have many, many, many more!

Pat Diggles

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