Patrick Wade Tate GA Died by Suicide

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Patrick Wade Death – Patrick Wade, a resident of Tate, Georgia, and former Electronics Technician at U.S. Coast Guard has tragically passed away. He was announced dead by his wife through a social media publication that read “On Dec 13th, 2023 my lovely husband Patrick Wade passed away. Patrick, you are still the love of my life. That will never change. I miss you, my love. You were my rock and honestly I was never as happy as I was when I was with you.”

According to local police, surveillance footage and eyewitness accounts suggest that on Wednesday, December 13, 2023, in the afternoon, a man from Georgia committed suicide by jumping from the Gatlinburg Space Needle’s viewing deck. When Tate, Georgia resident Patrick Wade, 37, leaped from the 407-foot tower’s observation deck, he did so by himself.

Patrick Wade formerly of Atlanta, Georgia, was a native of San Antonio, Texas, and the beloved son to Lee Ann Daniel and George Wade, according to his social media profile. He was a loving brother to his sisters Becca Daniel, Sara Child, and Ainsley Anee Durham. Patrick was loved and cherished by his aunts Terry Ivey, Donna Dixon, and Sheryl Cosgrove. He got married to Christa Wade in August 2021.

Patrick Wade went to Ingram – Tom Moore High School and graduated with the class of 2006. He graduated from Vincennes University in 2011 where he studied General Studies and also recently graduated from American Military University after studying Religion, according to his social media profile. He was a former Electronics Technician at U.S. Coast Guard in Juneau, Alaska. Patrick was a veteran, gentleman, scholar, writer, deep thinker, easy laugher, devoted partner, loving son, and brother.

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