Patricia Ann McCormick

March 18, 1942April 30, 2018
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Patricia Ann McCormick, better known as Pat, Hon, Mom, Grammy, Dr. Mom and Lady, went to heaven on April 30, 2018 at 7:23a.m. at the age of 76. She was surrounded by her loving husband Jim, her children and friends. Pat was born in Detroit, Michigan and grew up in Royal Oak. She graduated from Oakland University and became a teacher. She met, fell in love, and married the love of her life, Dr. James Joseph McCormick Jr. on August 5, 1966. She moved to Miami, Florida and lived there until moving with her family to Boca Raton, Florida in 1981. Pat was an amazing wife and mother. She loved her husband Jim for 52 years and left a legacy of four children: Jim, Tricia, Annmarie and Margie and eleven grandchildren: Cassie, Alicia, Allie, Gabe, Josh, Ryan, Asher, Riley, Brady, Samantha, and Patrick. And one great grandson Max. Pat will be remembered by all who knew and loved her as an amazing woman, full of joy, strength and wit. She fought cancer with great courage and grace. Her positive attitude and bravery inspired all around her. She will be greatly missed. Our world is a little dimmer without her light. Services will begin with a viewing on Sunday May 6, 2018 at Babione Funeral Home, located at 10060 Calle Comercio Dr. Boca Raton, FL 33428 from 2pm-5pm. The funeral mass will be held on Monday, May 7th at 10 am at St. John’s Catholic Church located at 10300 Yamato Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33498. Following the mass, please join us for a Celebration of Life at The McCormick residence. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the JDRF, to help find a cure for diabetes.


  • Visitation Sunday, May 6, 2018
  • Funeral Service Monday, May 7, 2018

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Jane and Howard McAllister

May 26, 2018

Memories of Pat and always having something comforting and wonderful to say or share. Always the huge smile. Our fondest thoughts go out to the entire McCormick family, Pats smile will be in our memory forever! Jane and Howard McAllister

Kelly Squires

May 4, 2018

I will always remember her radiant smile. I also remember standing in the kitchen learning how to make gravy step by step like it was yesterday. Mom M was and always will be a beautiful soul.

Annmarie McCormick

May 2, 2018

Mom, Words cannot express how heartbroken I feel. I loved calling you to catch up, and listening to your stories that made me laugh. I will miss seeing your beautiful smile and feeling those wonderful hugs. You taught me how to be strong and brought me back to my faith when I became lazy with it. Your love for Dad showed me the kind of love that I wanted in a relationship. You were always there to listen and give advice when I was struggling. You knew me well, and sometimes better than I knew myself. You were a wonderful mother, friend and wife to Dad, the love of your life. You will be missed more than you ever could have imagined. I know you are with Jesus. You always said that He had you. I am happy that you are no longer in pain, no longer struggling, and no longer suffering. You were truly a gift, and we all were lucky to have you for our mother. I wasn't ready to say goodbye, but I know that I will see you again. I love you big bunches.

Margie Rooney

May 2, 2018

I was so lucky to have the most beautiful mommy ever created. I miss you so much mom. I'm going through the pictures now and smiling and crying. I remember all of our trips and adventures. I remember you belting out "AH SWEET MYSTERY OF LIFE AT LAST I'VE FOUND YOU!!! AHHHH I KNOW AT LAST THE MEANING OF IT ALL!" Of course that last part was screamed out and we would laugh and laugh. The more we laughed the louder you screamed. I'm so sad right now, but I'm so glad you're not hurting anymore. You always said that Jesus took care of you, so I know you're having a nice cloud ride and watching over all of us. I love you and I'll see you when Jesus calls me home.


Mom and Margie


Grammy and Allie in NC.


Pat and Jim at the family reunion.


Annie, Margie, Tricia and Mom.


Orlando FL Raglan Road Irish Pub March 2012.