Patrick Alexander Marrah, 31, was called home by God on Wednesday, August 23rd,
2022 after being hit from behind on his motorcycle. His girlfriend, Taylor Leigh Flowers,
was riding on the back of the motorcycle and was also tragically killed.
Patrick, the beloved son of John and Robin Marrah, grew up in Delray Beach, FL
graduated high school in St. Michaels, MD, and has lived between St. Michaels and
Charleston, SC since graduation.
Patrick was passionate about good music, working in the hospitality industry, and working with
friends as a carpenter. He loved his dog, Clark Kent, and if funds were tight, Clark always had a
meal even if Patrick didn’t. Patrick was funny and extremely intelligent. He was sensitive, caring,
and had movie star looks. Simply put, he lit every room he walked into and inspired many
people in his travels.
Patrick was preceded in death by his grandparents, Edward and Marty Waller and John and
Priscilla Marrah, Aunt Krissy, and his cousin Kate. They were all surely at the pearly gates to
welcome him home with open arms.
Patrick left many loving members of his family, including his parents, his sister Kristen and
brother-in-law, Bobby, his brothers John and Michael, his niece Addison and his nephews
Hudson, Henry, and JJ (John IV). He is also survived by his many friends in all of the
places he has lived, with a very special presence in Charleston.
While life was not always easy for Patrick, he had found a happy combination of his
home, friends, and job in Charleston. He recently shared that he was happy and living the
life he loved. We find peace knowing that he was happy in his last days and are grateful
for all that contributed.
A paddle-out is being held at 2nd Block East on Folly’s Beach, SC at 11 AM on Sunday, August
28, 2022. A Celebration of Life will be held at Chico Feo at 1 PM following the paddle out. A celebration of life will be held in memory of Patrick on Wednesday, September 14th at Patriot Cruises in St. Michaels, MD. We invite those who knew Patrick to join us at any point between 5pm and 7pm to share fond memories, conversation, and refreshments with his family and friends.