Ensaf Amiry "Safy" Patton
Ensaf 'Safy' Amiry Patton, formerly of Wilmington, Del. Ensaf (Safy) Amiry Patton, 69, of Alexandria, Egypt, formerly of Wilmington, Del., passed away on October 31, 2011. Safy immigrated to America in 1962 with her husband and children. She worked as a teller at Wilmington Trust prior to managing the office of her husband's psychiatric practice. She will always be remembered as the gregarious and outspoken matriarch of a loving family. Safy was laid to rest on November 1st in her native city of Alexandria, Egypt, beside beloved members of her family. Safy was the beloved wife of the late Dr. Robert W. Patton, the loving mother of Emon Carcoura-Zaki (Sherif), Hannady Carcoura-Morsi (Sayed), and Ahmed Carcoura (Lorraine), and the admiring grandmother of Jehan Morsi, Zeeko Zaki, Omar Morsi, Zaina Zaki, and Zeyad Zaki. Safy is also survived by her brother, Mohamed Amiry (Nazik), sister, Nina Amiry-Sammakia (Awni), and sisters-in-law, Laila Amiry and Laila Ramadan. Safy also leaves nieces and nephews, Amre, Tarek, Jihan, Reda, Karim, Deena, Nadim, Lubna and Ahmed. She was predeceased by her brothers, Reda Amiry and Nadim Amiry, and parents, Hassan Amiry and Aisha Sammakia. Friends and family are welcome to join in a reception and celebration of her life from 5 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, November 12, at the home of her daughter, Emon Zaki, at 969 Wes Moore Drive, West Chester, PA 19382. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that friends make a donation to the charity of their choice as it would have been our mother's wish. To sign guest book, visit spicermullikin.com Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory, 302-328-2213.

Published by The Daily Local from Nov. 9 to Nov. 10, 2011.
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As we grew older we got closer, regardless of the thousands of miles that separated us. We talked on the phone daily for long times as we shared our lives, past present and future. She stood by members of her family when they needed her with unmatched dedication. When she seemed to settle down and enjoy her life, she parted suddenly leaving us suffering and wondering. We may not know it, but God must have a reason. I am sure that she is resting in peace while we agonize.
Ninie and Awni
Ninie Sammakia
November 13, 2011
A hug of love to each and every one in our family, this love that keeps us all going at times like that Amiti Safy gave so well. We were all lucky to have her in our lives. Amiti Safy was one of the most special women I knew, a strong woman with a soft heart. Intelligence and life sparked out of her and would fill any room she'd walk into. She was a giver more than a taker and a care taker of every one in need. She was there for every member of the family that needed her and now inshalla she must be happy in their company. Amiti I will never forget your words of advice, you will be missed but people like you never really leave.
Jihan Amiry
November 12, 2011
My deepest sympathy to the family. I did not know Safy, but I am fortunate to know Ahmed and Lorraine. My thoughts are with you. Love, Nicole
Nicole Davis
November 11, 2011
My deepest sympathy to the entire family, but especially my friend Hannady. I only met your Mother once and I remember her beautiful and gracious smile. May she rest in peace.
Maureen Hughes
November 11, 2011
My condolences go out not only to my beloved family; but to everyone who was fortunate enough to have met taunt Safy. Her loving and generous soul left an unmistakable mark in all of us; and it's with this loving touch that she will live on in our hearts forever.
Reda Amiry
November 10, 2011
My condolences to your family on the loss of your Safy. I will be thinking of you and your family. Safy, your beauty lives on through your wonderful daughter Hannady, one of my dearest friends.
Peace be with you all, Craig
Craig Marshall
November 10, 2011
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