Patrick was born and raised in Winnipeg. For fun as a child Patrick remembers taking 25 steps to the banks of the Red River and launching himself down the cliffs on his GT snow racer. Patrick moved to Edmonton in 2003. Since moving to Edmonton he has embraced the opportunities Alberta has to offer. Patricks drive to succeed is driven by the love and smiles of his two daughters aged 7 and 5. Patrick has one younger sister and over 55 first cousins, he remembers many family reunions and baseball games on the prairies of Manitoba.
After graduating from College Jeanne-Sauvé, Patrick studied tourism and entrepreneurship in Winnipeg, and more recently real estate in Edmonton. With an equal passion for planes, trains, and automobiles, Patricks passion for unique properties has been his number one obsession since childhood. The "big project and dream" is to develop a piece of lake front property he has in Northern British Columbia for eco-tourism.
Fun Fact: Patrick was the mascot, Mickey the Moose, for the Manitoba Moose hockey club.
Areas of specialty: First time homebuyers, single family homes.
Fantasy Vacation: Visit France with my children, mother, and sister.
Favorite Childhood Memory: Playing baseball with father is a memory I hold on to since his passing.
Favorite saying: "Success is the sum of small efforts day in and day out" -Robert Collier-
Favorite movie: Top Gun
Favorite food: Blueberry stuffed crepes
If you could prepare a meal for someone who and what would it be? I would prepare fresh greens and braised lamb for Nelson Mandela
Decor Style: Modern open concept and plant decor
Teacher that influenced you the most and why? M. Ragoonaden was my favorite high school teacher. His humor made history and geography en français enjoyable. His last name was also fun to say.