S. Patrick Adley, M.D.
July 5, 1938 – November 8, 2020
Stephen Patrick Adley, MD, 82 years of age, was a beloved husband, father and friend. On November 8, 2020, he died peacefully at his home in Scottsdale, AZ.
He was born July 5, 1938 in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. His father was Fire Chief of Pittsburgh and his mother a Registered Nurse.
Pat was a graduate of Creighton University and Creighton University Medical School. He was a board-certified Anesthesiologist and practiced in the Omaha community for 50 years.
Pat loved basketball and as an undergraduate he played on Creighton University’s Basketball Team and forever remained a loyal fan even following the team to many away games for years. He also loved the Pittsburg Steelers and Notre Dame football. As a child he attended many Steeler and Pirates games with his dad.
Pat was an avid golfer and a member of Happy Hollow Country Club. He spent many afternoons playing golf with friends and enjoying their camaraderie. He was a true friend to many. He loved traveling and fine dining. He had a keen sense of humor. Pat lived life to the fullest in every way. He loved life. Most of all he was a devoted husband and loving father to his five children.
Pat is survived by his wife of 42 years, Dottie; sons, Steve (Maria), St Simon Island, GA, Frank, Los Angeles, CA, Sean, Orlando, FL, Colin (Teall) Towson, MD; daughter, Allyson, Seattle, WA; granddaughters, Jade and Liliana.
Preceded in death by parents, Stephen and Frances Adley, and sister, Kathleen Blahut.
Pat will be forever missed. May God’s PEACE be with him.
We all love him deeply.
VISITATION following CDC guidelines: Friday, November 27th from 10am to 11am at Christ the King Catholic Church (654 S. 86th St.) with MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL at 11am.
So sad to hear. Pat was an accomplished physician and a true gentleman. He will be missed.
I enjoyed playing basketball with Pat at Creighton in 1958/59. My sympathy to his family and friends. David Wragge
We are sorry we can not make the ceremony. You all are in our prayers. We will miss Uncle Pat dearly, but are happy that he and his sister are back together. We love you all!
Dottie— so sorry to hear of your loss. May God’s peace be with you and all of your family.
We are holding you close to our hearts. We are sad with you.