Brown, Patricia L.

Tappan, NY

Patricia Loretta Brown (nee Slattery), 92, of Sparkill and Orangeburg, NY passed away with family by her side on Monday, October 26, 2020 at Good Samaritan Hospital, Suffern, NY. Patricia was born on March 8, 1928 in Bronx, NY. She went to school and graduated from St. Nicholas of Tolentine, Bronx, NY.

Patricia is the oldest of three children of Richard and Elizabeth Slattery (nee Moroney), both predeceased. Patricia’s sisters were, Marilyn (predeceased) and Eileen. Patricia married the love of her life, George A. Brown (predeceased) in the Bronx in 1950. Patricia and George moved to Orangeburg, NY in 1960 and were active members of St. Catharine of Alexander parish in Blauvelt, NY.

She was a past member of the St. Catharine’s Ladies Club, the Blauvelt / Orangeburg Seniors Club, and the Orangetown Housing Authority (board member). Patricia enjoyed going on the different Senior Club trips, events, and participating in the many activities throughout the years. Patricia was always dressed impeccably, and enjoyed being part of the fun group. She worked for the South Orangetown Central School District as a cafeteria worker and she worked many years at Off Track Betting (OTB) in Pearl River, NY prior to retiring.

She will be lovingly remembered by her Children, Michael and Anne (Bertussi), Patricia E., and Timothy. Her greatest pride, her Grandchildren: Jason, Bruce, Brendan, Matt, and Jennie. Plus, she loved the idea of having Great Grandchildren: Emery, Elise, and Elle. She always made sure that they received something for their birthdays and important milestone events. Patricia is known to all for her pride and happiness of all her family members. She will be greatly missed by all.

Visitation will be on Sunday, November 1, from 3–7pm at Moritz Funeral Home, 98 Route 303 in Tappan, NY. Funeral Mass will be held Monday, November 2 at 10am at St. Catharine of Alexander in Blauvelt, NY.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations can be made in Patricia’s name to one of the her two favorite charities, Rockland Home for Heroes or The Lupus foundation of America.