Patrick M. Jennings II

January 21, 1984 - November 3, 2020

Patrick M. Jennings II, 36, passed away unexpectedly on November 3, 2020 in Sugar Grove. He was born on January 21, 1984 to Patrick M. and Lori L. (Nee Voyles) Jennings in Elmhurst.

PJ will be remembered for his humor, his laugh, and his love of sports. He enjoyed playing frisbee golf and won tournaments in the process. He loved bowling, the outdoors, fishing, and camping. He loved to cook his own creations, the spicier the better. He made friends with everyone he met. He lit up and room and made everyone laugh. He had a loving and loyal soul. He enjoyed playing board and card games with his family in addition to purchasing them gifts to surprise them with.

Patrick leaves behind his parents Patrick and Lori, his youngest brother Garrett, his grandparents, and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and lifelong friends.

He is preceded in death by his brother Nicholas C. Jennings, his grandparents, great grandparents, and an uncle.

Memorial visitation will be held on November 13, 2020 from 1PM-3PM at Moss Family Funeral Home 100 South 3rd Street St. Charles, IL. A private memorial service will begin promptly at 3PM

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions of occupancy, the visitation will be limited. All visitors entering the funeral home are required to wear a face covering.  Be prepared to wait outside if occupancy becomes an issue. Due to the number of people who would like to pay their respects, we ask that you make your visitation a brief one.  The family appreciates your sincere cooperation during these very challenging and difficult times.

Guest Book

  • Molly Borowski PJ, you and Nick always cared to ask how I was doing and that will stick with me most. You were both so kind and full of life. You had the contagious laugh, I'll never forget it. You will be missed very much. Rest peacefully and watch over the rest of us. See you later ❤️. Aunt Lori, Uncle Pat, and Garrett I'm thinking of you always.
  • Luke Maan de Kok PJ, I always loved playing 31 with you. You lit up the room with your smile and your one-liners were unmatched. You were my oldest cousin and I always looked up to your unwavering charisma. You and your family will always be in my prayers!
  • Allison Maan de Kok My heart goes out to my godparents Pat and Lori and my cousin Garrett as we mourn the loss of my oldest cousin PJ.
  • Kami Bauer I am so so incredibly sorry for your loss. I really wish I could be there to support you all. I am always here for the entire Jennings family. I send my love and condolences to you.
  • Wendy Glover Lori, My family's deepest sympathy for your family's loss. You spoke of him often, and always with love in your voice.
  • John Jennings The first grandchild, my first nephew and my godson , I will miss you. You were so bright, friendly and full of life. I enjoyed watching you grow up, playing 31, your humor, laugh and wit. My heart aches for my brother Pat, sister in law Lori and nephew Garrett. Peace be with you and may God bless you.
  • Kristin Szwajkowski & Family Lori, Patrick and Garrett, There are no amount of words that can express the pain that i know you all are going through. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, but love leaves a memory no one can steal. I hope that the boundless love of your son and all the wonderful memories you all share bring you comfort. We are sending you love and prayers and hope you are able to find strength during this dark time.
  • Kristen Kinell PJ, You were my oldest cousin and growing up with you was so much fun. Playing lava in Grandma’s basement and water balloon fights at birthday parties. You will be greatly missed but I know that you are now in a better place. Love Kristen
  • Charise Jennings PJ, You will be very missed. I did not know you very well, but I do know you always were very welcoming. Your youngest cousins, myself and of course Uncle John will miss you and think of you often.
  • Karolina Bys Dear Lori! I am so terribly sorry for Your loss. You and Your Family are in my thoughts and prayers. Karolina Bys.
  • Anna Kasznia I will always remember how much joy and laughter PJ brought to all of the family parties and how much fun he was to be around. Sending our love and prayers Anna & Griffin
  • Kathleen Kinell Remembering the day you were born and how excited we all were, the first grandchild! Remembering you walking at only nine months old! You were so sweet and smart and such a cutie pie. Also remembering how you saw Uncle Bill and I sneaking some “romantic” kisses and then trying it out on your mom! God bless you PJ. We all love you and you will live forever in our hearts 💕
  • Susan Borowski You were my first nephew and I was so proud and excited that I carried a framed picture of you in my purse and would show it to anyone who was interested in seeing it. You were always so sweet. I was so proud to have you as my ring bearer. You are loved very much and will be missed dearly. Aunt Sue
  • The Vears Love you Aunt Lori, Uncle Pat, and Garrett! Keeping you all in our prayers. Love, Katie, Brian, and Connor
  • Diane Maan de Kok PJ- on the day you were born I became an aunt for the first time. I was so excited, it was like having the younger sibling I never had. I had the pleasure of getting to spend every day with you while Grandma babysat you.My first date with my high school boyfriend was taking you for a walk to the park. I remember one time I was in my room listening to music and the song Stuck with you by Huey Lewis and the News came on and you burst through the door and started singing along. You were only 2 years old! I will miss the big hugs you gave me whenever I saw you and your precious smile. -Aunt Diane
  • Megan Borowski You were my oldest cousin and I have so many fond memories of when your mom and dad babysat for us and I would get to watch the Simpsons with you and Nick, and all the family parties and fun stories told while playing 31. I remember going to your HS football games with Uncle Pat and playing HORSE at Uncle Jake and Aunt Diane's old place. You were a wonderful human being and I will miss you dearly..
  • Lori Andreatta Patrick - I'm sorry I never had the chance to meet you but I know that your mom loved you with all her heart. RIP