Dr. Patrick Dwyer, b. 1943 in Chicago, has been treasurer of the Anglers since 1988 and is also a founding director. He was raised in the Toledo area and has enjoyed fishing and hunting from a young age, beginning with excursions to the nearby Maumee River. Pat attended Ohio State University and the University of Toledo, obtaining a B.S. with honors. He then went on to Veterinary School at Ohio State, graduating in 1970 and moving later that year to Michigan.
Pat worked for 5 years in a 10-veterinarian small animal practice in Birmingham, then moved to Rochester and became partner in the North Hills Veterinary Hospital, a small animal practice. He specializes in ophthalmology.
Pat has been coming to the Au Sable since the early 1970’s. He has been a commercial fly tier of trout flies in the past and currently co-owns a small fishing retreat on Big Creek in Lovells Township. When not fishing on the Au Sable, Pat makes his home in Rochester with his wife, Sani, and two golden retrievers. Pat and Sani have two grown daughers and one grandchild.