Claude R. Boyd–Spencer Funeral Home

448 West Main Street, Babylon, NY


Patricia Sessa

December 26, 1933January 6, 2020

Patricia Sessa was born on December 26, 1933 and passed away on January 6, 2020.


  • Visitation Thursday, January 9, 2020
  • Mass of Christian Burial Friday, January 10, 2020
  • Interment Friday, January 10, 2020


Patricia Sessa

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Patricia Masel

January 10, 2020

If any of you were a part of our epic camping trip up in Peaceful Valley, you surely will remember this well. Everyone entering the compound had to declare exactly where they would be staying. Pat and Al had arrived first, so upon the rest of us, we were all staying in
"Pat & Al's" tent. I do believe that memory will stay with me forever. It was such a fun time, and one that has never been forgotten. How could 30 plus people possibly stay in one tent? Pat was forever the lady of grace and class, and now she is at peace with her beloved Al. My sympathy to you all, but she was so very blessed here, she was a very lucky lady. Until we meet again, Patty Masel

Joseph Eugene

January 9, 2020

Pat Sessa always spoke her mind. Her wit was quick and she was the only one I saw to ever make my father blush. There is so much history between the families. My parents Marco and Elsie were best man and maid of honor at their wedding. When first married they all lived in the same building. My Mother and Pat got together and arranged my mom's brother Pasquale and Pat's sister Flora meeting which resulted in a married further bonding the families. I never thought of them as friends they were all cousins. Their Friendships lasted through the decades. I remember sometime in 1980 the three couples were out and came back to my parents house for coffee music was playing Pat and Albie started dancing Albie went to dip Pat I remember being woken up by aunt Flora hysterical laughing with everyone else. I peek down the stairs to see and Pat was flat on the tile floor calling Albie and Son a Bit_ch . He laughed and said he dipped her with the wrong arm. I never forget all their laughter. During this year I spent talking to Aunt Pat a title she earned from respect. She was great supporter of me and told me how proud she was of what I accomplished. She also told me I got all looks in my family . I'm so blessed to have had her in my life there are many stories to share and it would go on forever. I remember them all especially the story that made my father blush. I'm glad I told her after each call that I loved her . We both worked for the NYC library we had a lot in common. I will never forget her . I know she is at peace and resting with her beloved Husband and Son and rest of the family that is gone. Her life mattered and she will be missed by all that knew her. I was truly blessed. Rest in Peace until we all meet again.