Patricia Ann Egan

July 5, 1942March 30, 2021

Patricia Ann Egan passed away peacefully after a brief, but courageous, battle with pneumonia and a post surgical infection. Patricia was the youngest child of Maurice and Catherine Egan; she was born and raised in Queens, and was a New Yorker through and through. After graduating from Richmond Hill High School, she ultimately landed a job with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York as an auditor. She always loved nature and animals, particularly birds. This, coupled with a love for reading, politics, and travel, made for interesting and colorful conversation when chatting on the phone or visiting with her in person. It also made her a formidable “opponent” while watching Jeopardy together. She made each holiday special by sending cards, planning visits, or special family meals. Her generous spirit was felt most by her nephew and nieces, whom she loved as if they were her own children. She is survived by her sister, Maureen Strongin, her nephew and godson, James Goddard, niece Eileen Goddard, niece and husband, Laureen and Lee Waldron, and grandnieces, Claire and Evie Waldron. She will be missed for so many reasons, but most of all, for all the unconditional love she gave to her family and friends while here on earth.


17 April

Graveside Service

11:00 am - 11:30 am

St. Charles/Resurrection Cemeteries

2015 Wellwood Avenue
West Babylon, NY 11735


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Susan Waldron

April 16, 2021

My family and I were lucky enough to have Aunt Pat in our lives. I met her first when Laureen was first added to the Waldron family, at Laureen's bridal shower in New Jersey, while were visiting from Louisiana. Aunt Pat immediately fell in love with my daughter, Abigail, who was 11 months at the time. Aunt Pat claimed us a family members and she would send Abigail gifts and cards for her birthday. Aunt Pat was a ray of sunshine to any one who met her, we were lucky enough to have her in our world. She will be terribly missed.


April 16, 2021

Hard to imagine such a fun Aunt is gone. We had many good times, going to places in queens and long island. My most memorable time was when we went to a concert, at first I wasn't sure she would like it. But when she shouted " Go Jerry" l knew I was mistaken. Who knew my Aunt Pat was such a big fan of Jerry Lee Lewis. I wished I had done more with her if she had more time, but she was usually busy with her cruises, or local gatherings of friends. She was much more then an Aunt and a Godmother. I will miss her now that she is home with God. I pray that she has found peace with God and is on that trip of a lifetime. RIP my dear Aunt.

Eileen Erspamer

April 15, 2021

I so enjoyed our long conversations and having you as a friend.
You will be truly missed

Carole Schuler

April 15, 2021

I did not know Pat very well but was happy for the Birthdays and dinners we got to share . I Will remember her as being
Very friendly, kind and fun to be with.
May you R.I.P. Pat.

Maureen Strongin

April 13, 2021

It is with great sorrow that I contemplate the world without my sister, “Patty.”. I miss her very much. Phone calls about the latest episode of “Creatures Great and Small” and her interest in news and world events were always welcome. The impulse to share the latest item of interest in my life with her happens and then is replaced by the painful awareness that is no longer possible. She was a devoted caretaker of our parents as they aged. Neither her job nor her family responsibilities could keep her away from Broadway. Her favorite was A Chorus Line which she saw on multiple occasions. She was in life “One Singular Sensation”. Missing you, Patty.

Laureen Waldron

April 11, 2021

Aunt Pat will be missed in so many ways. She was such an important part of our family and her beautiful memory will continue on in our hearts. She showed us unconditional love, friendship, support, and laughter! Rest In Peace Aunt Pat! We love you and we will never forget you!
Love, Laurie, Lee, Claire, & Evie

Lorraine Pastor

April 5, 2021

My deepest sympathy to all who loved Pat. Although we were only friends for a short time, I knew she had a heart of gold and she was a good person. She will be missed. RIP Pat, you will be forever remembered.