March 16, 1984 — April 30, 2014
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Patrick James Akers was born March 16, 1984, in Fullerton, Calif. He was called to heaven on April 30, 2014. He leaves behind his wife, Amy; parents, Brian and Bobbi Akers; brother, Daniel Akers (Rachel); two sisters, Elizabeth Bowling (Jeremy) and Megan Bowling; two nephews, Denver Akers and Carter Earwicker; grandparents, JB and Glenda Pitts; uncle, Jim Pitts; grandparents, Gordon and Patricia Akers; uncles, Greg Akers, Paul Cain and Bob Vanderwalker; aunts, Gail Vanderwalker, Kelly Akers and Lisa Cuff (Kevin); and cousins, Jill, Shannon, Branden, Joshia and Linsey. Services were held at the Placer Heights Baptist Church on May 3.
Patrick lived his life to the fullest, could light up the room with his smile and would make you laugh until it hurt. We miss him so much. He was the most charming person you would ever meet and held a very special place in all our hearts. The light he spread in all our lives will never be forgotten, but will forever remind us just how special he truly was.
Patrick was a brother, son, husband, grandson and friend to many. Anyone who ever knew him knew how he could instantly brighten your whole day just with his presence alone. He will be remembered by many and forgotten by few.