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Patricia Susan Mallon, our sweet mother, went to be with God after a long heroic battle with cancer. Her life was the embodiment of sacrifice for family and spiritual service to others.

She is survived by her children: Renee Eck and husband Howard of Wilmington, DE, Jason R. Mallon of Kennewick, WA, JR Mallon and Joseph Mallon both of Claymont, DE, and Joan Fox-Mallon of Richland, WA. Additionally she is survived by her sisters: Marie Connors and Julie Lenzi. She was the grandmother to 8 children, aunt and godmother to nieces and nephews, and mother to anyone who walked through her door and sat at her table. She is preceded in death by her husband Richard, her brother Carmen Lenzi and both her parents, Margaret and Pasquale Lenzi.

Patricia was a devout Roman Catholic, 3rd Order Franscian, member of the Mother's Guild, daily parishioner of Holy Rosary Catholic Church, a Padre Pio prayer group member, and volunteer of both the Emmanuel Dining Hall and Food Closet at Holy Rosary. Her fondest moments were with cherished friends "The Crazies", who provided endless laughs and good times. She loved going to Harrah's, bowling, baking, cooking, and most of all delegating. Patricia worked as a Registered Nurse at Sacred Heart Hospital in Chester, PA., until she retired in 1985.

Her funeral Mass will be held on Tuesday, July 16 at 12 pm at Holy Rosary Church 3200 Philadelphia Pike Claymont, DE 19703. Friends and family are invited to call from 9:30 am-12 pm in Church. Burial will follow in Lawn Croft Cemetery, Linwood, PA.

The family of Patricia would like to especially thank Fox Chase Crozier Hospital's Dr. Chura along with his nursing staff: Nichole, Dawn and Ruthie for their excellent and compassionate care. They would like to additionally thank the chemotherapy nurses: Bonnie, Marsha, Terry and Rachel. Finally, the family would like to thank Hospice Nurse's Latrinia and Mandy for their support and care, allowing for our mother to rest at home.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests sending donations to Emmanuel Dining Hall or Food Closet at Holy Rosary Catholic Church.

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Published in The News Journal from July 13 to July 14, 2013
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