Patrick J “Pj” Nock Sr

Born: 03/31/1961 Passed:

Patrick J Nock Sr. Age 58 of Harrisburg, Ohio was swept away swiftly on leap day 2020, from the love of his life Sharon. He will be greatly missed.

He was a passionate owner operator who loved viewing the country thru the windshield of his W900 Kenworth that he loved to keep washed, polished, and kept in top notch working order. While he was home, he found great entertainment in raising his 11 goats and cat. He enjoyed taking the boat fishing and riding his motorcycle.

He is survived by his best friend and lover forever, Sharon; his children, Crystal (Rick), Billy, Joe Joe, Patrick Jr. (Nina); brothers, John (Deborah) and Jimbo (Denise); sisters, Beth and Cindy; grandchildren Jeffery, Rachel, Sarah, and Riley.

He was preceded in death by his Mother Elizabeth “Wheezy” Young and his Father John Nock.

Donations will be accepted in lieu of flowers for final expenses. A memorial hog roast is planned for Sunday, March 29th at 2 pm at the Louisville Fraternal Order of Eagles at 306 W Main St., Louisville, Ohio 44641

Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com

Heritage Cremation Society

330.875.5770

5 Tributes to Patrick J “Pj” Nock Sr

  1. Jim gasser says:

    I worked with patrick at carbon express and after meeting him in person we have realised, that we also worked together at h.o.c. years ago. He was a good dude for sure, and a very hard worker. I enjoyed the times we talk and work together on various transformer sites. Sure going to miss him

    • Jim Garlets says:

      I met Patrick a few times on the job. Always a great guy. Even made me lunch out of his truck. Sure will miss working with him

    • Patrick Nock jr says:

      After careful consideration of the new regulations put in place to contain the COVID-19 virus. We have decided to postpone the memorial hog roast for PJ NOCK, scheduled for March 29th, until this whole thing blows over. Our intention is that everyone who wishes to attend will be able to without risking their own health, or the health of their loved ones. We will do our best to make sure everyone is informed when we decide a date and location. Thank you all for your sympathies. Please follow this post or check back regularly for any updates.

  2. Gina Johns says:

    The great memories are so many..and for that we are blessed.My favorite was seeing that my Aunt Sharon had found her forever in this wonderful man and his 3 adorable boys.The way they looked at one another and smiled . No matter the distance or length of time between my visits. This was the atmosphere every time. P.J will be missed every single day for he was one of the most pleasant, silly,good hearted,hard working men I’ve ever had the pleasure of calling an ‘uncle’ and I’m so thankful.

  3. John Bowlby says:

    Patrick came to work for Carbon Express in March of 2019. In that short amount of time he proved to be a hard worker and quickly made friends with a number of our drivers who he had the opportunity to work with at transformer sites. Always smiling and willing to jump in and help everyone get the job done. I happened to talk to Pat last Friday 02/28 and I’ll never forget his last comment to me about how he really loved working for Carbon and the people here and his only wish was that he come to work for us sooner. Great driver, great person, and he will be missed.

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