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Patricia M. Servidio

January 17, 1939 - May 23, 2020

Patricia Servidio 1/17/1939 –   5/23/2020 With the greatest regret we have to say goodbye to Patricia Servidio, our mom. She has joined the Lord to begin a new chapter of life. Pat is predeceased by her husband, David Servidio. She is survived by her four children Barbara Quinn, Brad Ormsby Jr, Kathy Ormsby Lapenta and Debi Tyree. She also had 4 grandchildren, Aaron Caswell, Kendra Quinn, Rachael Greene, Nate Greene and 3 sisters Cindy Stone, Dee Connors and Beverly Jorgensen. Pat enjoyed her children and grandchildren with her whole heart, loved her flowers, and her dog, her baby Honey. In relocation from Westerly, Rhode Island in 1990 with her husband, Dave Servidio to New Port Richey, Florida, Pat became an avid reader and enjoyed her computer games. She enjoyed the sunshine of Florida. Never without a tan! She was a longtime employee of A&P as the deli manger and eventually retired and become an employee of JC Penney to finish her retail career. Her career brought her joy and many new friends. Pat was a kind and friendly woman enjoying all of what life would give her. As we read Pat’s memoirs, she was asked what her proudest accomplishment was and her response was “giving birth to my children”. As life will move on, she will be so greatly missed by her children, family and friends. We ask that you take a minute as you read this and praise the woman Pat Servidio was and wish her to rest in peace. She will hear you …………. a memorial service is private.

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