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Patricia H. McLarnon

March 15, 1961 - May 16, 2022
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Cavanagh Family Funeral Homes & Crematory
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Cavanagh Family Funeral Home
301 Chester PIke
Norwood, PA 19074
610-532-3120 | Map
Friday 6/3, 9:30 am - 11:00 am
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Cavanagh Family Funeral Home
301 Chester PIke
Norwood, PA 19074
610-532-3120 | Map
Friday 6/3, 11:00 am

We are deeply saddened to share that on Monday, May 16, Patricia McLarnon, 61, passed away in her home in Sharon Hill, PA. While she was a mother, a sister, a daughter, an aunt, and a friend, Patty was more than the sum of those titles. She embodied empathy and would offer her hand andContinue Reading

Alice Roggie left a message on June 3, 2022:
A little story about Patty.. Four of us were having lunch at Harry's. Three of us could not finish the huge cheeseburgers. I told the waiter that I wanted the rest for my dog. Bernadette sail she wanted hers for her husband. Patty said she wanted hers for herself. When the waiters brought back the to-go boxes, mine said "for the lucky dog", Bernadette's said "for the lucky husband" and Patty's said "lucky sandwich for the lovely lady". And Patty was just that: a lovely lady! ... .
David & Alice Roggie left a message on May 31, 2022:
Patty was a lovely person, graceful, kind and caring. David and I are missing her and always will.
Bernadette Jameson left a message on May 30, 2022:
Patty was not only my sister, but my best friend through life. Growing up, we had our differences, of course, , but always managed to circle back around to each other. For the last eight years, we spent almost every late afternoon pouring over recipes we might want to try, deciding how they might more easily be prepared, and ultimately preparing them. Most were very successful, but a few would end up being, as Patty referred to them, a “Scotch Egg” (which she desperately wanted to try, and did, and they turned out to be extremely disappointing). So, from that point on our dishes were either good, great, or another “Scotch Egg”. Patty also was a major help to me with projects that I took on for my work including the set up and running of “The Clothes Connection.” Shopping for and preparing hundreds of lunches for our annual “Healthy Hoops Days” for children of our customers and working with me on a massive archiving project of old customer files. We spent many hours in lengthy discussions about our childhood memories, comforting each other when one or the other was down, and also having many laughs. Part of my heart went with Patty when she passed on the 16th, and I will deeply and dearly miss her. I will, however, try to concentrate on remembering the many good times we were fortunate enough to share.
Charles Jameson left a message on May 24, 2022:
Patty was the first member of the Mclarnon family I met (not counting Bernadette and Ian, of course). When I was invited to have lunch with Patty and Bernadette, I was very nervous. What if she didn’t like me? What if I didn’t like her? How might this affect my relationship with Bernadette. But as the saying goes, “She had me at hello.” Patty was one of the most charming and welcoming people I had ever met in my life and all the nervousness went away the moment she smiled and said hello. We had a great lunch together, and while I didn’t know at the time that I had just met my future sister-in-law, I knew that I had just met a friend. My grandfather taught me to always say “so long,” not “goodbye” because goodbye meant forever. So long friend. I know the three of us will have lunch together again in the future.
Bob McKee left a message on May 23, 2022:
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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