Monday, September 14, 2009

Patrick Swayze has Died: Leave comments please
Patrick Swayze Died at 57. He died of pancreatic cancer.
Everyone in the media world thought he took his illness on the cuff.
Mr. Swayze had attended the Joffrey School of Ballet. He had danced for "Disney on Parade."
He was in the first Broadway production of "Grease".
He received a Golden Globe nomination for his role as a dance instructor i, Johnny Castle, in Dirty Dancing in 1987.He Received a second nomination for his portrayal of the ghost "Sam Wheat"
in "Ghost" in 1990.
He was a solidly established box star throughout the nineties.
He adored his wife his whole life.Family and friends meant the world to him.
Our condolences go out to his family and friends.
Please leave comments or condolences. thank you.


Lynne said...

Mr. Swayze will be missed in the entertainment arena. I do not recall a movie of his that I did not enjoy watching. It was obvious, he brought it to the table with every performance. I can't say I had a favorite because I enjoyed each one for different reasons. He was a true professional, and enjoyable to watch.

My heart and prayers go out to his loved ones, friends and family that are going thru this time of grief. May they find comfort and peace in the love and friendship shared during this season of loss. My sincere condolences to them.

Lucy said...

He was so vibrant and fought this disease, which I have never known anyone who has beat pancreatic cancer but if anyone could have it would have been him. My heart goes out to his family.

garnett109 said...

RIP Patrick

Senorita said...

This was so sad to read, I really thought that he was going to end up beating cancer.

I loved his movies a lot, especially Ghost.

sheri said...

Patrick Swayze was very well liked by all that met and/or worked with him.
I think when an actor has a solid marriage, it speaks volums..
Pancreatic cancer is a silent killer.
"You take the love with you Patrick"

My condolences to the Swayze Family


Anonymous said...

Jim Carroll too *sigh*

Cathy said...

On this next step in your journey, Patrick, may all the wonders of life become even more clear! I wonder what you're learning even now as we ponder the loss of just one fellow human? Surely we're evolving. Safe and wondrous journey!

Lori J said...

Any death, no matter if the person is famous or not comes with saddness and much grief to those who knew the person or admired them from afar.
I always thought he must be an OK guy to be married to the same woman all his life...
Now there is no fooling myself...He was not named the Sexiest Man Alive for nothing...but again cancer is not exempt from celebrity...but of course we all applauded Swayze's determination to "beat this disease!"
My heart grieves with his wife, family and all those who loved him.

Rowe said...

I was both shocked and saddened upon learning that Patrick was battling this terrible disease, about a year ago, when I first saw pictures of him looking unwell. Special thoughts now for his wife, family and close friends who will feel his absence the most.

Linda said...

He will be Greatly missed!
Rest in peace Patrick.

Nicole said...

Very sad indeed...he surely will be missed by all his friends, family, and fans.