Mr. Robert Peter Pac 78, of Summertown passed away January 4,2021 at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville. He was born January 24,1942 to the late Peter and Jewel (Link) Pac in New Britain Connecticut. After high school graduation he attended Pratt and Whitney taking steps towards a long career as a machinist. He worked at the Saturn GM plant while also maintaining his business End of the Trail taxidermy. Mr. Pac was a member United Auto Worker (UAW) and North American Hunting Club.
In 1963 he married Ms. Loretta Valentine. He filled a role most would not take on and adopted two children that came with the marriage. He instantly became more than a stepfather. To the children he was dad. The love he had for his family was undeniable. Coming in a close second was his love of dogs, most specifically his German Shepherds Amber, Shiloh, Juno, and Jenna. Mr. Pac was a loving, protective provider to his family, who always came first.
Robert or as some would call him, Bob was an avid outdoorsman. He enjoyed his time in nature hunting, fishing, and even a little off roading racing. During more calm days he would dive in on a new woodworking project. He has been described as an all-around fun man with a personality and prankster side that could make anyone laugh.
Along with his wife he leaves behind to cherish his memory his children Linda (Thomas) Nichols, Mario Pac, and Robert (Vikki) Pac Jr., grandchildren Ashley (Paul) Corvin, Kristy (Corey) Carroll, Eric (Regina) Pac, Cash Pac, and Gus Pac; great grandchildren Savannah, Jackson, and Charlotte Corvin, Hunter Carroll, Gunner Franks, Clay and Carson Pac, brother Tom Pac from Berlin, CT; sister Kathleen Wicke from North Carolina; and a host of nieces and nephews.
Family friends are welcome to a memorial service that will be held Thursday January 7,2021 beginning at 5:00 pm in the chapel of Adair Funeral & Cremation Services.
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