Patrick John Morrissey, 39, passed away on July 15, 2022.
Born in Staten Island to Donna Marie Sullivan and John Joseph Sullivan on March 16, 1983, Patrick grew and graduated from New Dorp High School.
An avid student of history, Patrick loved to catch a game watching the Yankees or Jets. Working in NY harbor as a Maritime deckhand for Statue Cruises, he was able to enjoy all of the history of the area as he navigated the rivers. When not at work, Patrick loved to spend quality time with the kids, and could also be found in the water swimming and scuba diving. He also enjoyed quiet time reading and researching and being at peace in the natural setting of his home in the Adirondacks.
Patrick is reunited in God’s loving grace with his beloved grandparents, Lillian and John Joseph Morrissey.
Patrick’s memory will be honored in the hearts of his family including his beloved parents, his dear brothers and sisters-in-law, Brian Michael Sullivan, Deylin Sullivan, John Joseph Sullivan, Jr., and Stephanie Sullivan, his cherished God children, Spenser Cruz and Owen Perez, and his loving God parents, Loretta DeWaters and John Murphy, and many friends.
Family and friends who wish to send flowers are recommended the following florists to arrange delivery to the funeral home:
John the Florist: 201-792-5783 and PJ All Occasion Flowers: 201-714-9720
Visitation for Patrick will be held on Tuesday, July 19, 2022, from 2:00 PM – 8:00 PM at Lawton-Turso Funeral Home at 633 Washington Street, Hoboken (Corner of Washington and Seventh Streets, parking on Seventh). A Funeral Mass will be offered on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 at 11:00 AM in St. Lawrence Roman Catholic Church (22 Hackensack Ave, Weehawken). Burial will follow at Holy Cross Cemetery in North Arlington (340 Ridge Rd, North Arlington).
3 thoughts on “Patrick John Morrissey – July 15, 2022”
My condolences to the Sullivan family. Patrick was a fine young man and will be missed.
Patrick enjoyed living life to the fullest. Grant him peace with God. We’ll miss him dearly
Patrick was one of the kindest people I think I’ve ever met. Although I didn’t know him fully he has left such an imprint on my heart. My thoughts and prayers go out to his brothers, mom, all of his family and close friends! Will miss you Pattycakes.