Conran, Patricia M.

Patricia M. Conran, 90, of Hartford, passed away peacefully at her home Monday, June 22, 2020. Born March 23, 1930 in Brooklyn, New York, she was the daughter of the late Charles and Marcella Marley. She won a New York City wide singing contest in her late teens. She graduated from Fordham University and got an advanced degree from the Fordham School of Social Service.
Patricia married Edward V. Conran in 1958 and accompanied him for several Army assignments. She worked in several related fields of Social Work, from the elderly, the native Alaskan families to the mentally challenged citizens in Connecticut. Patricia was an active member of the Cathedral of St. Joseph for over 40 years, serving in many leadership rolls including Pro-Life, Eucharistic Ministry, and Funeral Ministry. She also served as President of St. Agnes Guild for over two years.
Patricia leaves her beloved husband, Edward, to whom she was married for 62 grand and glorious years, and two sons who were a joy in her life, Gregory and his wife, Marina, and Christopher and his wife, Robin, three grandchildren of whom she was enormously proud, Catarina, Andrew and Caelan, her older brother, Gene and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by one brother.
Friends may call at The Ahern Funeral Home, 180 Farmington Ave., Hartford on Friday, June 26, 2020 from 8:30-9:30am. Funeral procession from The Ahern Funeral Home will be at 9:30am followed by the Funeral Liturgy in the Cathedral of St. Joseph, 140 Farmington Ave., Hartford at 10:00am. Private family burial will take place at Mount Saint Benedict Cemetery, Bloomfield. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Family Institute of Connecticut, 77 Buckingham Street, Hartford, CT 06106.

Calling Hours

Friday, June 26, 2020 from 8:30-9:30am

Funeral Service

Friday, June 26, 2020 at 10:00am in the Cathedral of St. Joseph ~ Hartford

Burial

Private

Memorial Contribution

Family Institute of Connecticut, 77 Buckingham Street, Hartford, CT 06106.

6 Responses to 'Conran, Patricia M.'

  1. Dear Jed,
    Our heartfelt sympathy on the passing of your dear Pat. We’re very saddened to hear of your loss. We pray our Good and Loving God give you Peace and Comfort now and In the days ahead. Please know you and your family will be in our prayers.
    God Bless,
    Violet and Keith

  2. Louis Boudreau says:

    Words fail in response to the passing of a truly great person. Only God will know the true extent of that greatness, measured in part by the accomplishments from the countless lives that were saved through Pat’s inspiring leadership in the Pro Life Movement. May we all honor her memory by continuing to support this work to which she dedicated so much of her life and spirit.

  3. Ciorsdan Conran says:

    Dear Uncle Jed, Greg, Chris and families,

    We are very sorry about Aunt Pat’s passing. Thinking of you all and hope you are doing okay.

    Love,

    Ciorsdan and Rob

  4. Philip and Margaret Conran says:

    Jed, you and Pat had a great life together. I still remember the festive wedding some 62 years ago in New York. I believe I can say Fordham helped mature two great human beings, maybe three if you will allow me, your little brother, to be included. Pat was truly a great lady and you were fortunate to have met, married, and enjoyed a great life together. Keep smiling by keeping her in your thoughts in the coming years. Phil

  5. Pauline Owens says:

    Dear Uncle Jed, Greg and Chris,
    Aunt Pat was such a lovely woman and the warmth of her voice always made me feel welcome. I pray that you have peace during this difficult time.
    Much love,
    Pauline

  6. Christine Marley Harrington says:

    Aunt Pat was vibrant, intelligent, compassionate, and very generous. She had a great sense of humor and boundless energy, and she always made time for others. I truly appreciate the kindness she showed me and my family over the years. Uncle Jed, Greg, Chris, and families, I hope you are comforted in knowing that Pat touched so many lives in such a positive way. It was a privilege to call her Aunty. May God bless you all during this difficult time.

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