of Conway, AR
May 22, 2023
Patrick "Paddy" Thomas Donohue, 68, of Conway, AR left this Earth on May 22, 2023. He was born to Patrick and Mary Donohue. Paddy was preceded in death by his parents; his uncles, Michael, Thomas and William Donohue and Eugene, Patrick and Bernie Donohue and his aunt, Mary Donohue.He was a member of the Knights of Columbus and the St. Joseph Catholic Church. Paddy served his country for 32 years in the U.S. Army and then went on to be a DoD contractor for the Army. He was a big fan of the New York Yankees and Notre Dame. He was a true Irishman and bs'er to all. Paddy is survived by his loving wife of 43 years, Karen Donohue; children, Brian (Bekah) Donohue and Katie Donohue and grandchildren, Jameson and Alexis Donohue. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, May 27, 2023 at 2:00pm at Roller McNutt Funeral Home in Conway. Online guestbook available at www.rollerfuneralhomes.com/conway Honorary pallbearers will be Jameson Donohue, James Herring and Bobby Dickens. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in honor of Paddy to the Wounded Warriors Project.
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Paddy, I remember you most from 128 E 98th Street. When my family moved there, your grand parents took care of the building meticulously. Your parents were so kind to me and to all the many children of the neighborhood. I remember the Leary's Beer Garden downstairs. You have give special meaning to Memorial Day this year. Rest in peace.
MSG Donohue was a great mentor to me and many troops. I was first introduced to him when I was a young Soldier in the 489th EN BN (HHC). As our military careers took us to different places we crossed paths often. We were both assigned to the 90th Sustainment BED and deployed to Iraq together. He will truly be missed. Go rest Old Solder go rest we have your watch now. Go rest in peace.
Rest in Peace, Paddy! I'll Treasure The Memories of Our Childhood Along With Our 98th St. Reunion A Few Years Ago, Thank You, Fellow Veteran For Your Service!🇺🇲
Rest in peace my old friend we had fun growing up together thanks buddy for all the memories GOD BLESS YOU
Rock-a-poco lost a wonderful, fun loving man. Will have those memories forever. The laughter will never fade. Great Irish American man who will be missed by many. Sorry we didn’t get together one last time in Myrtle Beach. God bless.
It was an honor to serve with you in the HHC 489 En Bn (C)(M) in the early 90s. He was a great Soldier and I am grateful for all the lessons he taught me on how to be a Soldier. Rest in Peace. Old Soliders never die, they just fade away.
Sad to see ya go my dear friend. It was an honor to serve along side of you and have you as one of the best instructors ever at the CoE! I hope you will forever have a Happy St. Patty's day and have all the burgers you want!!!
Our prayers and thoughts are with you. Paddy was a loving son, husband, father and grandfather. He was brave beyond words and an amazing soldier. A Hero that will never be forgotten. Rest in Peace with the Angels Dear Cousin.
Paddy you were always a great friend.You could always make me laugh.You had such a big heart.You will be missed.Fly high with the angels.R.I.P.
RIP to a good friend always will be remembered
I served with Pat back in the early 90, a good man good Soldier and friend ! R I P.
You will be missed. Rest in love.
I served with Paddy in Iraq 2009. He was a great man, I will miss his comments on FB. Rest in Peace my friend.
Rest In Peace Brother
Rest in Peace my long-time friend. May the Road Rise to Meet you,May the Wind be Always at your back,May the Sun shine Warm upon your face,May the Rain fall soft upon your fields,And Until We Meet Again,May God Hold You in the Palm of His Hand.Hugs & Prayers to the Donohue Family!
RIP my dear friend Paddy you were a good man always positive and I admired your strength through the last year you gave me a lot of encouragement in my own illness. I hope your family and friends were at heavens door to meet you. Wishing your beloved family my deepest sympathies 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
Paddy, my Irish Leprachaun Cousin. I will miss your FB texts of the beautiful Irish music you shared just about everyday and the passion you had to get that Donohue Family Tree complete! You will be missed greatly but your Irish spirit will live on🍀. Fly high with the angels! Until we meet again ❤️ RIP dear Paddy❤️🍀🙏
Dear Cuz I am so thankful that little angel told you to visit me on St. Paddys Day...I will treasure that time every Year...will miss our weekly chats and laughs..love you ☘️☘️☘️
Rip my longtime childhood friend