Patricia Ann Pool

April 27, 1948July 29, 2020

On Wednesday, July 29, 2020, Patricia Ann Pool passed away peacefully surrounded by her family. Beloved wife of Ronald Pool. Loving mother of Marla R. Neubauer and Craig R. Pool and his wife Lauren. Cherished sister of Barbara Baran Cisna and the late Joseph L. Baran. Devoted grandmother of Emily. Patricia is also survived by many nieces, nephews, loving family and friends. Service information will be updated once it is received. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Patricia’s name to the Institute for Cancer Care at Mercy Medical Center. Checks should be made out to Mercy Health Foundation, 301 Saint Paul Place, 15th floor, Baltimore, MD 21202. Please include Patricia’s name on the check.


  • Ronald Pool, Spouse
  • Marla R. Neubauer, Daughter
  • Craig R. Pool (Lauren), Son
  • Barbara Baran Cisna, Sister
  • Joseph L. Baran, Brother (deceased)
  • Emily, Granddaughter

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  • Institute for Cancer Care at Mercy Medical Center (Mercy Health Foundation)


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Sandra Royster

August 6, 2020

All of my memories of Pat include her smile. No matter what was going on, she would find a way to smile.
Pat’s faith continues to be an inspiration for me. She remembered God in everything. She believed through anything. She believed enough to be willing to question what God was doing in some situations. She believed in easy times and she believed in the hard ones. I will be forever moved to share my faith because of the way in which she shared hers.
Pat has left behind a legacy of faith, family, and quilting that will be an inspiration for anyone who has known her. I will miss her very much. I am grateful to have known her.


August 5, 2020

Pat and I shared many things over the years, from singing in the children’s choir at St Augustine’s when we were in grade school, to working on PTA committees when our kids were in school, to singing together again in the adult choir at St Augustine’s. Through it all, we were loyal to each other in friendship, with love and support for each other when and where needed. I will miss our chats filled with laughter, and more than a few tears. Until we meet again. 💞Tish

Connie Kowalski

July 30, 2020

We will miss you so much. You were one of the nicest people that we met on this journey through the lifetime we are given.
I know we will meet again and that is when you can teach me how to make your sauerkraut pierogis! You always said you would. ❤️😇

Mary Welsh

July 30, 2020

When Emily and Joshua were 4 and 5 years old, we would take them to the Elkridge library on Tuesdays and Thursdays, then after take them to lunch and the park and then to home, we enjoyed that time so very much, we bonded then and became friends, I am so grateful to have known you and to say I was your friend, you will be sorely missed.

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