Patrick M. Aleman

Patrick Michael Aleman, 61, of Fishers, suddenly and unexpectedly passed from this life on Friday, October 28, 2016, in Community Heart and Vascular Hospital, shortly after enduring a massive heart attack at work. He was born on May 18, 1955, in Indianapolis, to the late Ignatay and Jacqueline (Soto) Aleman.

A 1973 Scecina graduate and Air Force Veteran, Patrick grew up on the eastside of Indianapolis. After being honorably discharged from the Armed Forces in 1976, he relocated to Minnesota and started a family in Rochester. His life was devoted to God and solely based around church, work, family, grandchildren and spending time with good friends. In May of 2015, Patrick moved back to Indiana. A familiar face in Greenfield, he frequently volunteered and was a faithful member of the Faith Baptist Church. In addition to working as a saw operator, machinist at J&J Engineering in Greenfield, Patrick worked part-time evenings in Fishers delivering for Domino’s Pizza. Patrick thoroughly enjoyed socializing. Always smiling just to brighten the day and known for his strong “bear hugs”. He was extremely gifted in relating with people and making them feel good. His positive, fun-loving and free spirited demeanor will be deeply missed here on this earth.

Survivors include his children, Christina Meyers of Minnesota; Alicia Aleman (wife, Donna) of Fishers; Gina Boose (husband, Noah), Katrina Bradley (husband, Pete) and Sylvia Aleman all of Minnesota; stepchildren, Richard Bublitz and Danielle Rohn both of Minnesota; sisters, Lupe Carnes (husband, Dale) of Indiana and Maria Reyes (husband, Frank) of Kansas; former spouse, Christine Aleman of Minnesota; nephews and nieces, Jerry and Rick Bow, Donna Bow-Shaw all of Indiana and Deanna Bow-Dillinger of Michigan; special friend, Amy Wingfield of Fortville; 12 granddaughters; 10 grandsons; one great-grandson and one on the way.

Along with his parents; he was preceded in death by his beloved great niece, Samantha Jo Dollinger.

Friends and Family are invited to gather for visitation from 4 to 8 p.m., on Tuesday, November 1, at Light Memorial & Funeral Chapel in Monrovia. Pastor Larry Hof will officiate and a Celebration of Life Service will begin at 1 p.m., on Wednesday, November 2, at the funeral home. Military Honors will conclude services and cremation will follow.

In lieu of flowers, Memorial Contributions may be made to the family to help offset funeral expenses, c/o Light Memorial & Funeral Chapel, 585 E. Main St, Monrovia, IN 46157.

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