Patrick Urick


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Posted Online: March 21, 2013, 5:38 pm
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Patrick Urick, 9, son of Cullen and Elena Urick, St. Louis, Mo., died on Monday, March 11, 2013, at his home, after bravely battling Ewings sarcoma bone cancer for 2 1/2 years.
Visitation was Sunday, March 17, and the funeral was on Monday, March 18, at Bopp Funeral Chapel, Kirkwood, Mo. Interment was at Jefferson Barracks National Military Cemetery, St. Louis.
He is survived by his parents; half-brother, Simon Springmeyer; grandparents, Vance and Barbara Urick, St. Louis, Lydia and the late Vladmir Epanchin, Russia; and great-grandparents, Dean and Lucille Urick, Geneseo, and Maria Martinez, Las Vegas, Nev.; aunts; and uncles; cousins; and many friends.












 



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