What is Pat Halloran Cause Of Death? The Former Orpheum President is no More.

The man who restored the historic Orpheum Theatre in downtown Memphis and brought Broadway to the Bluff City has died. Everyone is curious to know about Pat Halloran Cause Of Death.

What is Pat Halloran Cause Of Death?

One of the city’s top cheerleaders, Pat Halloran died at home on Thursday, February 8. He was eighty years old. Halloran’s father owned a movie theatre in Omaha, Nebraska, where he was raised. His father usually booked musicals such as “The King and I,” “The Sound of Music,” and “Oklahoma.” So it’s only fitting that when Pat grew up, he ran his theatre, which specialized in creating musical magic. 

Pat Halloran Life History:

Halloran moved to Memphis in 1969 and led the Pi Kappa Alpha chapter there for 11 years. Halloran won the Memphis City Council election in 1974. In 1979, he resigned from the fraternity to run for mayor but lost. “The best thing that happened to me was losing the mayor’s race,” Halloran told Action News 5 in a 2015 interview. “I honestly believe that because I’ve been so happy for 35 years.” When Pat was asked to lead the fundraising effort to save The Orpheum from demolition, he said yes.

Tributes to Pat Halloran:

Condolences flooded in via social media even though Pat Halloran Cause Of Death is unknown. “Rest in Peace, Pat Holloran.” “Thank you for everything you did for the City of Memphis and theatergoers like me,” Ken Nelson wrote on Facebook. “He was an incredible dude. He’ll be missed. “Pat has made downtown a better place,” wrote Shane Waldroup. Halloran is no longer alive, but his legacy lives on Main Street, where The Orpheum attracts 300,000 visitors yearly. “It’s become an absolute jewel in the crown of our great city,” Halloran told Action News 5 back in 2015.

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