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Patrick James Hayes

Patrick Hayes, age 47, of Sioux Falls died Saturday, February 26, 2011 unexpectedly at home. Pat fought a courageous battle against diabetes for 15 years. Pat was born on May 31, 1963 to Everett and Maxine (Repp) Hayes in Sioux Falls, SD. Pat was united in marriage to his high school sweetheart, Vicki Huff. Married 24 years, Pat was a great husband, father and wonderful provider for his family. Pat loved family and trucking with his wife and children, he also loved going to the races at Huset's. Pat attended grade school at Harrisburg grade school, O'Gorman High School and USD at Springfield. Pat was happy go lucky, easy going, artistic, non-complainer, always positive, always put others first, and a giving person. Pat loved coaching his kids, and attending his children's sport events including volleyball, basketball, dance/cheer, soccer, football, baseball and softball. He also loved helping his children get ready for the fairs, with their pigs. He also taught the love of farming to his children and wife. Pat provided the winning block in the 1981 O'Gorman State Football Championship. Pat was also a state wrestling contender. Pat promoted his Catholic faith; it was his priority to him that his children attended O'Gorman High School. Pat had a special relationship with his youngest brother Jimmy Hayes, farming, wrestling and four-wheeling. Cooper was Pat's faithful dog. Grateful for sharing his life are his wife; Vicki; daughters: Mary and Katie; and a son Tony; brothers and sisters: Cindy (Ben Elias) Hayes, Tom (Peggy) Hayes, Joe (Sheree) Hayes, Jackie Hayes; sister-in-law: Marilee Huff Kontz; all from Sioux Falls; Bridget and Mike Beck from Onawa, Iowa. Joe (Carol) Huff, Sioux City, IA; Michele (Ken) Huff Rausch, Morris, Minnesota; mother and father in-law: Joe and Mary Huff, Sioux Falls, SD; five nieces and six nephews. He will reunite with his father Everett and mother Maxine; and younger brother Jimmy Hayes. Visitation will be from 5-8 Thursday, at Barnett-Lewis Funeral Home with a Scripture Vigil at 6:30 followed by the Rosary. Mass of Christian Burial will be 10:30 am Friday at Holy Spirit Catholic Church.

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