Lemley Chapel
Serving Sedro-Woolley &
All of Skagit County Since 1935
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Sedro-Woolley, WA
Patrick McAdam Memorial
Patrick McAdam Memorial

Patrick McAdam

Patrick McAdam

Tuesday, February 11th, 2020

Patrick Thomas McAdam (Pat) 63, of Concrete Washington passed away on February 4, 2020.  He lost his battle with metastatic cancer at home surrounded by his loved ones.

He was born with his twin brother, Michael on June 13, 1956 in Miami Florida.  He was the fifth child and one of two sets of twins in his family.

After graduating high school, he had many opportunities but ultimately decided to serve his country in the Army.  He served four years and became a combat engineer and expert marksman.  He was an excellent carpenter and worked all over the country.  He was a leader in building many bridges and roads in the state of Washington.  He was humble and hardworking, but he was most known for his outgoing personality, infectious laughter and sweet smile.  He was a dedicated husband, dad, son, brother, uncle and friend.  He truly never met a stranger.  He loved to fish, garden, guns, and spending time with family and friends.

He had a courageous attitude during his fight with cancer.  Even after multiple radiation treatments, surgeries and tests, if you asked him how he was, his response was always “living the dream.”  He was truly one of a kind and will be greatly missed.

He is survived by his wife, Melissa McAdam; mother, Marge Phillips; twin brother, Michael McAdam; sister, Cindy (Bill) Bruckner; son, Danny (Roxanne Lattin) McAdam; daughter, Kristen (James) Janda; son, Kevin (Sara) McAdam; grandchildren, Alexis McAdam, David O’Neil, Hayden O’Neil, James “JR” Janda, Mia McAdam; nephew, Tyler McAdam; niece, Caitlin McAdam and many great nieces and nephews.

Services will be held at 2:00, Saturday, February 22, 2020 at Lemley Chapel in Sedro-Woolley, WA.  Please come and share in the celebration of his life.


  • Gladys Silrus

    Sorry for your loss. I met Pat and Mike years ago when I first move to Marblemount, they were always funny and always but a smile on my face. Going to miss Pats smiling face and easy going personally.

  • Norman Powell

    I wished I had been closer to you guys. He truly seemed like the kind of man I would have enjoyed sharing a beer and a few stories with. Melissa (Sessa), my heart truly cries for you and Tracy. Love you and always have.

  • Scott hendrickson

    Pat was a great man first time I ever met Pat I was fishing for sockeye salmon at the baker river and there’s never a dull moment when Pat was there he could turn your day from bad to good that’s the kind of man Pat was . He will be missed by many rest in peace Pat