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Patrick O'Malley

March 21, 1942November 18, 2020

Patrick Edward O’Malley passed away on November 18, 2020 at home in Dayton, Ohio. Pat was born March 21, 1942 in Chicago, Illinois to William Francis and Rose Patricia O’Malley. He attended high school at St. Augustine Preparatory School for Boys Only in San Diego, California, Class of 1960, and received his BS in Economics from the University of Notre Dame, Class of 1964. Pat and his “bride” Ann started their family in Chicago, and continued to raise their four children in Connecticut. They continued to build many friendships as they moved to North Carolina and later Dayton. Pat was known for warm greetings, a great sense of humor and epic storytelling.

Pat was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Martin. He is survived by his wife Ann, his children Patrick (Kate) O’Malley of Bartlett, Illinois, Annie (Frankie) Weatherspoon of Dayton, Ohio, Coleen O’Malley (Tim Mullane) of Wewahitchka, Florida and Erin O’Malley of Dayton, Ohio and grandchildren Patrick John, Michael and Molly O’Malley, Na’Tosha, Sierra, Frank, McGuigan, and Callaghan Weatherspoon, Keli and Patrick Grady Newhall, Joseph Mullane. Also survived by his siblings: William O’Malley of Texas, Rose O’Malley of Illinois, and Kevin O’Malley of Illinois.

A private mass will be held on Saturday, November 21, 2020. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Mona Guerrier Fallen Scholarship at the University of Dayton (300 College Park, Dayton, OH 45469-7051) or Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton (324 Wilmington Avenue, Dayton, OH 45420)

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Sue Holland

November 21, 2020

all our love to you - hope your dad and our Jack are having toasts in heaven - we enjoyed our friendship in Darien and will treasure it - Pat was one of the happy guys - thoughts and prayers are with you - Sue Holland

Patti and Phil Reilly

November 21, 2020

Pat was the best of the best, kind, caring little leprechaun. Family, friends, laughter and Notre Dame were his passions. He had an infectious smile and such a great twinkle in his eyes! We will miss you dear friend.❤️

Teresa Konz

November 20, 2020

My Prayers and thoughts go out to Mr Omally's family. I enjoyed seeing both Mr and Mrs Omalley come in. He was a wonderful and caring man. Always so funny. He will be missed.


Teresa

AKA "Red"

Nadine Alvarez

November 19, 2020

Annie, mom O’Malley, Pat and the rest of the fighting Irish O’Malley clan, my sincerest condolences.

Pop O’Malley was so full of life. I remember first meeting him many moons ago while an undergrad at UD and after one night cap at the Marriott with him and Annie, I knew I had found my surrogate Irish dad and that Annie and I would be friends for life!

Thank you for all the laughs and fond memories.

I love you guys!

Marianne Higgins

November 19, 2020

I visited Pat in El Cajon, CA on two occasions, once with Aunt Margie & once with my sister, Liz. We had such great fun running around the avocado orchard and visiting his school & surrounding area. Pat had so many stories & exploits to tell. I was also fortunate to visit him & attend a football game @ Notre Dame. He was a great host showing off his campus & of course, Pat singing the Notre Dame fight song is a very vivid memory for me.. Will miss you Pat & your great smile! Our love, thoughts, & prayers to your lovely family.

Pat Hanrahan

November 19, 2020

The Callaghan’s are a large family but when the O’Malleys came for a visit there was always a large party on Arlington Place. There was a lot of laughter and story telling, usually lead by my Dad, Uncle Marty.. Pat would visit with us on school vacations and he and my Dad would tell stories at the dinner table, where we would all sit for hours listening and sharing. Pat was such a genuine person who cared for everyone and what was happening in their lives. Pat was a blessing in the lives of anyone who knew him. He will be missed by many. God bless all of you.

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