Patricia P. LePage

February 21, 1940February 17, 2021

Patricia P. LePage, 80, of Plantsville, passed away on February 17, 2021 at the Hospital of Central Connecticut in New Britain. She was wife of William LePage, whom she was married to for 57 years. Born in New Britain on February 21, 1940, she was the daughter of the late Alice (Sansone) and Edward Pulcini.

Patricia was a die-hard sports fan, red sox being the favorite, she loved watching games and even listening to commentary at the same time on the radio. She could sit for hours with a fishing pole, much to the chagrin of her husband who wanted to quit after 1 hour. She loved going out to eat, especially having sushi with her grandchildren and lunch with her family and friends. She enjoyed playing cards and spending time with her family at the beach in Westbrook. Patricia cherished her family, especially her grandchildren, who she adored with all her heart -- she was so very proud of them. Patricia was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother with a warm heart and a contagious laugh. She will be deeply missed by all who knew her.

In addition to her husband William, she leaves behind her children: Suzanne LePage and her husband Rodrigo Perez-Zambrano of Westbrook, William LePage III and his wife Arlene of Southington, Richard LePage of Southington, and Kathleen Sisson and her husband Fletcher of Middletown, RI; her brother Edward Pulcini and his wife Patricia of Southington; her grandchildren: Taylor LePage, Brandi LePage, Kate Iannotti and her husband Louis, Ruy Zambrano, and Cassie LePage; her great-granddaughter Penelope Cortez; as well as many friends. She is predeceased by her sister Phyllis Bavaro.

Burial will be private. The DellaVecchia Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements. For online condolences please visit


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March 4, 2021

My deepest condolences to you Bill, Susie, Billy, Ricky and Kathy and to your families. Patty was a fun person and enjoyed just talking with her friends and discussing everything from politics to what was happening in town. She loved to know why people did what they did and liked to discuss and debate those whys. We had good times together - she could make mundane task into an adventure -- she just enjoyed life.

Lisa Langer

February 28, 2021

Mrs LePage - I will always remember how you & my mom were best friends even though you did not see each other every day... You could talk with each other and not realize how much time had passed.
our vacations at the beach when I was growing up I will never forgot! You always had a positive attitude and a smile on your face even when the crabs escaped in the house!
Mr LePage, Suzanne, Billy , Ricky and Kathy - sending y’all hugs 🤗 your wife/ Mom was a special lady and will be truly missed!

Sally Faitella

February 27, 2021

So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Brandi Lepage

February 26, 2021

In loving memory of my beautiful grandma.
Thank you for all our wonderful memories.
I remember being so small that I’d have to stand on a chair to reach her kitchen counters as she taught me how to make homemade meatballs, or cookies with the biggest smile on her face. My grandmas house was a heaven for us kids, it’s where we got to get away with ANYTHING & not get in trouble, she had every single Nintendo 64 game you could think of for us, snacks I wasn’t allowed to eat at home and of course all the wonderful gifts she’d give us. I have so many amazing memories, one specifically that comes to mind is christmas. We all sat around a giant table getting ready to celebrate with a wonderful meal, and we see a red flashing light outside, IT WAS RUDOLPH the red nose reindeer! Going to our cottage in west Brooke & taking a blow up mattress out of the house secretly & going into the ocean n using it as a boat to go across to an island and coming back & getting yelled at and seeing her secretly laughing bc she thought it was hilarious we did that. Now being an adult it amazes me the effort our family, but especially she made to make us all feel so loved. I will cherish that forever. I will miss getting A Christmas card every year with my name spelt wrong, or my cousins or sisters names on it first and crossed off bc she had so many grandkids to write down ! you gave me a childhood i will never forget. The BEST childhood a kid could ask for. My grandma was an incredible women, who always took the time to know what was new in my life. I will miss her dearly. I will miss your warm hugs, your laugh, your smile, and our gossip sessions, talking about our favorite tv shows, ur love of sports, shrimp tacos& sushi. Thinking of you always. I love you.

Piquette MariceAnn

February 26, 2021

I remember spending time at the beach house with much hustle and bustle going on. The mornings started with coffee, sometimes a run to Dunkin Donuts, and lots of conversation. Grandchildren going to the beach and some coming back. Pat taught me how to peel open a soft boil egg by cracking the the bottom where there is an air pocket - no more shells in my egg. She did love going to lunch. Kathy and I would drive from RI to meet for lunch or brunch in Mystic. Pat was a good conversationalist and always gracious. She will be missed by friends and family.

Laura Karas

February 22, 2021

Patty had a unique laugh that you could not forget. She loved going to the casino but what I remember the most is her coming to the 4th of July picnics at our house and could not wait to go inside with the guys to play poker. She usually was the winner. I'm sure she is in Heaven looking down on her loved ones.

sylvia nucifora

February 21, 2021

Pat was a good person, with a great brain trapped in a frail body. I hope she is in heaven now, running and dancing. Sylvia

Deborah Derosier

February 20, 2021

Always love and a smile on her face. So many wonderful memories. May all the wonderful memories provide you comfort at this time.of loss.