Patricia A. Duda
Died: 01/09/2017
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Patricia A. Duda

Patricia A. Duda 69 of Secaucus, NJ passed away after a long courageous battle with cancer on Tuesday, January 9th, 2018.  She was predeceased by her parents Alice & Martin May, her brothers Thomas & Brian May, her son Martin Duda.  She was survived by her brother James May his wife Beverly , Her children Kim Kickey & her husband Matthew & William Duda and his wife Maryanne.  Her grandchildren: Shawn, Alyssa, Kyle, Victoria, Riley & Willow.  Friends and relatives are respectfully invited to attend her memorial mass at Immaculate Conception Church, Secaucus, NJ on Monday, January 15th, 2018 at 10:45am. Arrangements and details contact McLaughlin Funeral Home, 625 Pavonia Avenue, Jersey City, NJ  07306
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Pat was and will always be my best friend.She was a person I could talk to about anything.she was always there to listen ,give , give advice and help in anyway without hesitation. She was always joking,laughing,dancing and singing. Everyone loved her! It is heart wrenching to know when I look around ins familiar place that I will never hear her voice or see her smiling face again but she will always be in my heart. I love you Pat. My prayers are with beautiful family who she raised to be as strong,loving,caring,respectful and responsible as she was. Pat you are now with GOD and finally out of pain and at PEACE. Love Forever Your Friend Lee
Lee Le Furge
Thank you Pat for such a great friendship. We had a lot of laughs and it was a pleasure to welcome you into our family. We all love you and will miss you. And we will continue to keep you in our thoughts and prayers.
Linda Cirillo
Pat, what a pleasure it was to meet you. You quickly became such a good friend to my mom and together you shared so much so fast. While you will be missed I am grateful that you will no longer be in pain and we will keep your famply lifted in prayer.
Linda Winstead
Miss Pat. I will miss you but I am glad we spoke by text last week. Thank you for coming to my birthday and for always looking out for me in Clarendon. Love Nicholas
Nicholas Grossi
What a dear friend I found in Pat. All who really knew her truly loved her. You always knew exactly where you stood with Pat. I am honored and proud to call her my dear friend. My family and I will miss her dearly. Love you Pat always­???­???
Nancy and Kevin Kessler
My Pat! I will always cherish our heart to heart talks we had on the balcony while we were laughing and you wiped my tears away. You were and will always be someone that I hold in the highest regard and appreciate all that you have added to my life. You are a lifesaver, guardian, mom, comedian a person that I could count on! I thank you for welcoming myself and my family into your life and providing love and support no matter what! My heart is filled with love, admiration and gratitude for now and always!! I will always remember how I would call you before going out for the night and how you would sing, "Those Were The Days" that will be forever etched as something that was a constant. Always know that I love you very much!!!!!!!! I wish you peace and love and know you will always be in my heart and remain a strong force in my life no matter what!!!!!!!!! Sing loud, laugh hard Pat!!!!!!!! THOSE WERE THE DAYS!!!!!!!!!!!!! XOXOXOXOXOX
Erica L. Le Furge
Pat, So many memories that I hold near and dear to my heart. I am so grateful and blessed that I had an opportunity to have met you. You have always protected me esp. throughout my rebellious tennage years. You were the only one I would listen to and have always had so much respect for you. You came into our lives at a time that I felt lost and alone. It was as if God knew how much my family and I needed you truly were a god sent. You were there for my mom, sister, and I. I thank you for being that constant. Family is not always blood family is about the people that are always there for you and accepts and lovesvyou for the person you are even if broken. I can honestly say you said it like it was and your heart was so pure and genuine. You loved unconditionally. It is hard writing this because I can't stop the tears from falling. I know you are safe and free of suffering. Just know that a day will not go by that I won't think about you or miss you. I know you will continue to watch over us all. Pat, I will always love you!!! I will keep your family in my prayers and ask God to give them strength during this difficult time. "THOSE WERE THE DAYS" I will never forget that song. I can hear you voice in my mind and see your smile so many things I will miss. Thank you for always making me feel loved! I hope you know just how much you changed my life and how very much I loved you and will always... Lori LeFurge Colon
Lori Colon
Pat, there are not enough words to say how fortunate we were to have met you, and have you as a true friend in our lives. You made us feel so welcome and were always there for a chat, a laugh to give advice, and as a confidant. You took Rachael under your wing and treated her like her "American Grandma" as she called you.There are so many happy memories, especially the day you and my mom sat and chatted for hours like you had known each other for years and it was the first time you both had met. You never let me forget from then on how I had broken my mother's heart when I left home to come to America, and from then on you were the one who gave me motherly advice which always ended up to be right. Our hearts are broken that you have been taken from us so soon,but are minds are filled with many happy memories that we can carry forever. I know you are dancing and singing with the angels now and looking down on us. Thank you for being part of our lives. Until we meet again Pat may you Rest in Peace. Our love always. Sean, Juliana, Sinead, Sean, Rachael, & Elaine
Sean & Juliana O'Boyle
Dear Pat, Although we have only known each other for a few years, I feel as though I have known you all my life. We became fast friends and you were an inspiration to me. I consider it a privilege to call you my friend. I will never forget your drive and your insistence to push ahead. I will miss you, my friend! I console myself with the thought that you are no longer in pain. You will always be in my heart and my prayers. Estelle Baccary
Estelle Baccary
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