Patricia O'Reilly

Patricia Anne O'Reilly (Moore)

Sunday, September 7th, 1952 - Monday, March 30th, 2020
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Patricia Ann (Moore) O’Reilly of Pembroke passed away unexpectedly March 30, 2020. She was the loving wife of John Barry O’Reilly and devoted mother to Steven Barry O’Reilly, Esq. of Los Angeles and Kevin John O’Reilly of Quincy. Loving daughter of Jean Moore of Falmouth and the late Art Moore of Orlando, Cherished sister to Susan Moore of Pembroke, the late Steven Moore of Hanover, and the late Gary Moore of Falmouth and Art Moore of Milan, Italy. Patty was the fun and caring Aunt to her niece and many nephews.

Patty grew up in Falmouth and was married there. She made her home in Pembroke where she cared for her family. The greatest joys in her life came from attending her sons sporting events, hosting pool parties at her home, trips to Disney and spending time with her family at the Tides beach, Crooked Pond and Parkwood beach. She also enjoyed her many trips to Point Sebago Campground.

She was a certified pre-school teacher at the Lutheran School in Quincy for years. She was a home health care aid in Plymouth for many years. She graduated from Quincy College and attended Bridgewater State University.

Her smile, kindness and caring spirit will be missed by all those that loved her.
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The Hillstrom Family

Posted at 07:42pm
Dear John, Steven and Kevin, Very sorry to hear of the sudden passing of Patty. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you. Hold tight the many memories. We are sincerely so saddened by this news. God bless you all in this difficult time.

David Barry

Posted at 02:14pm
Dear John, Steven, Kevin and your families, as well as Patty's family members.

Jane and I were saddened to hear of Patty's unexpected passing. This is a difficult time for you, particularly when happening during such a difficult time for the world in which we live. We hope you will soon be able to appropriately celebrate her life with family and friends.

Sincerely, Cousin David Barry and my wife, Jane

Lori Jacobs

Posted at 09:25pm
Dear John, Steven and Kevin,
Our hearts are so sad for all of you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. May the memories you have bring you comfort.
Lori, Daron, Charlie, Kelly & Kyle Jacobs

Posted at 03:45pm
Very sorry to hear of your wife’s passing John.Thoughts and prayers from Peter Barry and Family.Mom was very sorry to hear as well.

Sue Moore

Posted at 10:18pm
The best sister-in-law you could ever ask for and I will miss her so much. She welcomed me to the family 32 years ago and she was always there for Steven and I. She was the best Aunt too. She made sure there was plenty of ice cream on hand on trips to the pool. So many happy memories!

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