Pattayah “Tony” Poochaiyamont   8/29/1967 – 9/30/2013
AKA Anthony King

Pattayah lived at 1811 Eastlake at the time of his death. His friend Dieter told us: “Tony used to sing karaoke. He had a troubled life; grew up in Vietnam with an American GI dad & Vietnamese mom; was adopted by a military family.  He never lost his faith in God. He was a cheerful panhandler, a sweet godfearing fellow.”

Pattayah’s Leaf is located at Dutch Shisler Sobering Center, placed 7/25/2014.  If you have photos or memories of Pattayah, please post a comment to share them.

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