Obituary: Patrick James ‘Percy’ Zadul, Vietnam Army Veteran, ‘Proud Kingsmen’ Member

The late James ‘Percy’ Zadul

Patrick James ‘Percy’ Zadul, born May 9, 1944, passed away in his Lockport home due to chronic health issues on October 5th, 2020. He was 76.

Born in Buffalo, New York, Patrick was the son of Percy and Beulah Zadul.  He lived for years in Springville and finally settled in Lockport, New York.

Percy served in the US Army as an MP during the Vietnam war and was stationed in Vietnam. He was wounded by enemy gunfire, receiving shrapnel in the leg, causing his honorable discharge. After serving in the military, Percy worked for many years in the construction field.

Patrick James ‘Percy’ Zadul

He is survived by his brother Doug Allen, and his children Brad Zadul, Jennifer Zadul, Shayla Love, Jimmy Zadul and Patricia Zadul.

Percy has grandchildren including Bradley Zadul, Jordan Martinez, and Serenity Zadul. He was also blessed to live to see the birth of three great-grandchildren.

Percy was also a “proud member” of the Kingsmen Motorcycle club and always expressed a great love for his “brothers” in the club of which he was a member for more than 45 years.

He also loved nature, gardening, animals and children. Because of his large size and his jovial nature, he played Santa Claus at various children’s events for more than 15 years.

There will be a funeral service for Percy at Taylor and Reynolds Funeral home, on Friday October 16th from 12:00pm to 4:00 p.m..

Flowers are welcome; please send them to Taylor and Reynolds Funeral Home, 70 Niagara Street, Lockport, New York, 14094.

Donations to offset costs for Percy’s services are also welcome. Please contact (716) 294-6192.

 


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