Patricia M. FLAVIN
Flavin - Patricia M. (nee Mills)
January 19, 2021, of East Aurora. Beloved wife of the late Franklin; loving mother of Suzanne (Raymond) Shady, Maureen Kabana, Patricia A. Flavin, Sheila (James Morrissey) Flavin, Franklin Jr. (Penny) and Nancy (Jean-Luc) Flavin Febbraro; cherished grandmother of Anna (Jason) Mangual, Raymond III (Leah) Shady, John (Meghan) Morrissey, Tess Morrissey, Julia Morrissey, Tara (Chris) Folz, Frank III (Alyssa) Flavin, Katlin (Derek McKee) Flavin, Alexandra Febbraro and Allegra Febbraro and great-grandmother of eight; dear sister of the late Albert Mills Jr., who died on D-Day. There will be no prior visitation. A Memorial Celebration of her life will be held at a later date. Pat received the Lay Award of St. Joseph the Worker, was a volunteer for Meals on Wheels, Hospice, a Eucharistic Minister at Immaculate Conception Parish in East Aurora and a proud WAVES veteran of the United States Navy. If desired, contributions may be made to Meals on Wheels. Condolences and donations may be shared at

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Published by Buffalo News on Jan. 24, 2021.
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So sorry for your loss. I liked very much being able to help care for Pat. She was a lovely lady.
January 24, 2021
To the Dear Flavin Family, What is a mother? In the case of your mother she was truly an Angel here on earth and now in the after life. I have such treasured memories of your beautiful mother always so welcoming and genuinely interested in my life. And I was far from alone as she gave so much and comforted so many. To say nothing of the accomplished children she raised. We love you Mrs. Flavin and thank you for the wonderful example you were to all who had the joy of knowing you. Peace and blessings, Kristin Norton and Family
Kristin Norton
January 24, 2021
So sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. She brings a chuckle to me remembering her ride back to Park Creek in a police car. The good thing that came out if it was the birth of the wander bracelets. My husband remembers her in his art classes that she loved.
Claire Meyer
January 24, 2021