Patricia Anastasio, nee McLaughlin, age 60, passed away on Tuesday, August 7, 2018 surrounded by her loved ones. A lifelong resident of Hoboken, Patricia found comfort in her friends and family. She was preceded in death by her parents Joseph and Helen McLaughlin, nee Overbeck. Patricia is survived by her devoted husband, Ed Anastasio, her loving children, Janine Cebollero, Christopher Anastasio, and Joseph Anastasio, her beloved granddaughter, Gabrielle Johnson, and her brothers Steven and Joseph McLaughlin.
A Mass in celebration of Patricia’s life will be offered at Saint Ann’s Roman Catholic Church in Hoboken (704 Jefferson St), at a day to be determined. Please visit this page for updates on times and services. You may also leave condolences for the family below in the comment section.
9 thoughts on “Patricia Anastasio – August 7, 2018”
My deepest sympathy to you all during this difficult time in your lives. I pray you find comfort from each other and from God’s promise of a resurrection. (John 5: 28, 29).
I’am so sorry for such s great Loss to all of you she was one of the most selfless person I had the honor to call friend
My deepest sympathy.. I went to school with Patty & saw her often by Church Towers, we always would stop and talk , had some good laughs… I’m sad to hear this . My thoughts & prayers go out to her family.
Rest easy now my brave friend …. the best wife mom and friend ….. Back to when we met almost 40 years ago until now and forever . …. you will be missed by me everyday !!! Love u Patty ……
My first “girlfriend’… we were 5… holding hands in Willow Terrace… Wonderful memories… May God Bless you Patricia… My deepest condolence’s to Ed, Joey, Steven and Family…
Patty was a sweet, wonderful person. I knew her for a long time, watched her children grow to be great men and women, and I knew she was the kind of person that would do anything for you if she could. Also, for the last year and change, I watched Big Ole Ed rise to role of caretaker, dishwasher, shopper, cook, and brave the elements of the dreaded Church Towers laundry room. Patty was a big fan of the pickles I used to make and the last thing she asked me for, a few weeks ago, was my pickle recipe.
I didn’t get a chance to tell her so I will leave it here, as I’m sure see will read this! Rest easy Patty.
Kirby cucumbers(enough to fit in a quart mason jar)
2/3 cup white vinegar
1 cup water
1 TBLS sugar
1 1/2 TBLS Kosher salt
1 TBLS blk pepper corns
1 TBLS coriander seeds
lots of garlic
1 or 2 habanero peppers
nice handful sprig of dill
Thinking and praying for all of you/ please help those up there to come through and help us all here we need it
My condolences & prayer for the family. Patty’s mother, Helen McLaughlin and I work for the same institution (First Jersey) for many years, she was so sweet, Rest in Peace Patty.
I wish I would’ve known of your passing so I could’ve had a chance to say goodbye. You were a great mother in law to me and a great person overall. You’re deeply missed.