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O. B. Davis Funeral Homes

4839 Nesconset Highway, Port Jefferson Station, NY

OBITUARY

Patricia A. Yatauro

November 7, 1938June 18, 2020

Patricia “Pat” Yatauro passed away on June 18, 2020, she was 81 years old.

Pat was born to Bernard and Ann Miller On November 7, 1938 in Glen Cove NY. She was a telephone operator, she drove a school bus for Catholic school, and eventually was a switchboard operator at St. Charles Hospital.

Pat was predeceased by her beloved husband, Antonio. She is survived by her loving children Teresa (Edward), Antonio (Kristi), Bernard (Barbara) and Christina (William). Pat was affectionately called GG by her 8 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Dear sister of Barbara Wooley (Calvin) and Thomas Miller ( Reem).

Pat was a devoted mother with a compassionate heart. She always saw the best in people and loved to spend time with family. Pat’s favorite holiday was Christmas, and it brought her joy to have her home decorated with the many ornaments and Santas she had collected over the years.

The family will receive friends at O.B. Davis Funeral Homes, 4839 Nesconset Highway, Port Jefferson Station, NY on Sunday June 21, 2020 from 2-4 pm and 7-9 pm. Mass will be held at St. Gerard Majella R.C. Church on Monday June 22nd at 10 am followed by a private interment at Calverton National Cemetery.

Services

  • Visitation

    Sunday, June 21, 2020

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Monday, June 22, 2020

  • Committal Service and Interment

    Monday, June 22, 2020

Memories

Patricia A. Yatauro

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Debbie Johnson

June 21, 2020

Pat..you will be so missed. You are now with the love of your life. Rest easy sweet cousin..i will always remember your laugh! ❤🌹🙏

Angela Leogrande

June 21, 2020

Pat loved her family uncondionally. She loved her country and God. She always found humor in things. Once I picked her up in my beat up pick up truck. As we drove she kept falling in the seat. She was almost on the floor and I said we have to get you up. Well she started laughing so hard then I started laughing. We laughed so hard we cried! She took things in stride! They don't make them like her anymore. We had lots of conversations in the past few years. Thank God most of my views were the same as hers! She missed her husband Tony so much. She must be smiling to be with him once again! Pat miss you and love you. Soar high!!!

Angela Leogrande

June 21, 2020

Pat was a person who loved her family unconditionally. She loved her country and God. They don't make an like that anymore. Once I picked up Pat in my beat up pick up truck. As we drove she kept slipping in the seat. She was almost on the floor. I said well stop and get you upright. She started laughing so hard then I did too.We laughed till we cried. Shows how she took life in stride. Complained little. But saw humor in things. We had great conversations. Thank God I had The same views as her! She took life in stride. Complained little . But saw humor in things. We had great conversations. Thank god I had the same views on things! She missed Tony terribly. She sure must be smiling now. Miss and love you Pat! Soar high!!

Gigi and john Santomauro

June 19, 2020

We remember pat being a second grandma to my kids. She held my daughter Brianna after she was born. The kids love laying on her chest lol. She was so open and comfortable to be around. She had so much love to give and share. Pat was loved by many and will be missed dearly.

Sheryl and Clay Walston

June 19, 2020

Patricia was such a giving soul. She was there for me many years ago when my Mom and I could not see eye to eye for a bit. She always had her door open and those card games after dinner I will never forget. Rest in peace and may you be free and happy as a lark. You will be missed by all.

Sheryl and Clay Walston

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