The dais for the Patrick Duffy celebrity luncheon on October 5 included Patrick's two sons, Conor (left) and Pedraic. Both revealed intimate details about life with their famous dad, shown here smiling with paternal pride. (Roxanne Schorbach photo)
At the end of the "Dallas" run, Patrick Duffy began another TV role as Frank Lambert on the family sitcom "Step by Step," in which he co-starred with Suzanne Somers. The two were reunited when she appeared on the dais for Patrick's PPB celebrity luncheon at Sportsmen's Lodge. (Roxanne Schorbach photo)
Another dais guest for the Patrick Duffy luncheon was Bill Bickley, left, the producer of Patrick and Suzanne's long-running sitcom "Step by Step." Suzanne, Patrick and Patrick's playwright son, Pedraic, met with Bill before the luncheon. (Roxanne Schorbach photo)
PPB Assistant Treasurer Michael Brockman (left), Sandy Martindale, and PPB member Roberta Kent chatted with Suzanne Somers' husband, Alan Hamel, who is also a noted entertainer, producer and television host. (Roxanne Schorbach photo)
Patrick Duffy's other long-time TV co-star was Linda Gray, who joined the group of friends and colleagues to honor Patrick at PPB's celebrity luncheon on October 5. Linda played the long-suffering Sue Ellen Ewing on "Dallas" opposite Patrick. (Roxanne Schorbach photo)
Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters was formed in 1966 to honor pioneer celebrity broadcasters and as a place where we can socialize with friends and colleagues. Chatting before the October 5th Patrick Duffy luncheon were PPB members Jim Carson and Don Whittemore with his wife Linda. (Roxanne Schorbach photo)
Ah, if only we could know what our new President "Shotgun Tom" was telling our luncheon honoree to elicit this response! It's obvious that Patrick Duffy was having a good time, and so were those members and guests attending. It was another stellar PPB celebrity luncheon, to be followed by the second in the new season on November 16. (Roxanne Schorbach photo)
PPB President "Shotgun Tom" Kelly presented the Art Gilmore Career Achievement Award to honoree Patrick Duffy at the conclusion of the luncheon program. Patrick thanked the group for the honor, and his dais guests for their stories about him and for their contributions to his life.
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