Patrick E. Sheridan, 58, of Belmont, New Hampshire passed away at home on May 24, 2022 as a result of an aggressive brain tumor. Born and raised in Manchester, NH, Pat graduated from Trinity High School in 1983, then earned an Associate's Degree from Hesser College. Pat’s career in the ski industry lasted decades, most recently at Fischer Skis USA.
Pat was a doer. He had high energy, was always moving, and was constantly improving the Lake Winnisquam “play house.” Together, Pat and Lynda had many friends and loved entertaining at their lakeside home. An extremely avid and expert fisherman who favored Winnisquam and the Connecticut River, Pat always had a rod nearby. He was an accomplished skier and skied often with friends from the New Hampshire Ski Club in New Hampshire, the American west, and Europe. He was an athletic bicyclist who logged thousands of miles on road and mountain bikes. Pat was the kindest of souls, non-judgmental, and generous with his friendship.
Surviving family members include Lynda Lombardo, his father, John Sheridan of Manchester, his brother, John “Chip” Sheridan of Jefferson, and his sister, Kristin (Sheridan) Devin, and brother-in-law, Steve Devin of Mazama, Washington. He also leaves two nephews and two nieces, Matt Sheridan of Auburn, William Devin of Washington, Kristen (Sheridan) Vickers of Vermont, and Jamie Devin of Washington, and aunts and cousins. Pat was pre-deceased by his mother, Ann (Enholm) Sheridan, also of Manchester.
SERVICES: A Celebration of Life will be held beginning at 4:00 PM on Friday June 3 at South Side Tavern at Filotimo Casino & Restaurant, 1279 South Willow St., Manchester, NH, including a tribute at 6 PM.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to the Glioblastoma Foundation (https://glioblastomafoundation.org/get-involved/donate) or the International Essential Tremor Foundation. (https://interland3.donorperfect.net/weblink/WebLink.aspx?name=E207556&id=18).
Lambert Funeral Home & Crematory, Manchester is assisting the family with arrangements.