Brian K. Patronie

July 17, 1962 - January 06, 2022

Visitation: Thursday, January 13, 2022, 5-7 pm; Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry

Service: Friday, January 14, 2022, 11 am; St. Ferdinand Church


Brian K. Patronie
Age 59, of Philadelphia, formerly of Cranberry Twp., passed away unexpectedly on January 6, 2022. Born July 17, 1962, son of Frank F. Patronie Jr., and the late Kathleen (McLaughlin) Patronie. Beloved husband of Regina (Madden) Patronie, whom he married on December 20, 1999; loving father of John Patronie, and step-father of Heather, Lindsey, and Sean; brother of Christine, and Frank F. Patronie III.

Family and friends are welcome on Thursday from 5-7 pm at Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry, 2678 Rochester Road, Cranberry Twp. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Friday at 11 am at St. Ferdinand Church. Interment will follow at Pinewood Memorial Gardens.

In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made in Brian’s name to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

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  • USS Midway Museum, Midway Sailor Program

    We extend our condolences on the death of AMS3 Brian K Patronie. He was a lifetime Midway Veteran member of the USS Midway Museum and visited us in 2010 signing the crew log. Mr. Patronie served aboard the USS Midway from Nov 1982 until June of 1985 as an Aviation Structural Mechanic, petty officer 3rd class with VAQ-136, “The Gauntlets”, an electronic attack squadron. He was part of the historic 111 day cruise in the Indian Ocean (101 days out of sight of land) in 1984. Fair winds and following seas.

  • Jeff Madden

    Please accept our most sincere condolences on the loss of Brian. Our hearts go out to all his family, friends and loved ones as we know he will be well missed. Brian was always a straight forward kinda of guy and would give you his honest opinion and that was something that I admired about him. Peace go with you Brian…

    -The Maddens (Jeff, Julie, Krystal, Jeff II & Michael)

  • David C Wunderlich

    I had the pleasure of working with Brian at Agusta Aerospace. We often enjoyed talking about his love of the outdoors and hunting. I was so glad to see him come back at work in Dec. after a long absence, so I was very, very sad to here of his homegoing, as were all of his former co-workers. Brian was a seasoned professional with his job responsibilities and a pleasure to work with. He will be deeply missed by all of us.

  • Gordon Leathead

    So very sorry to hear this news. My condolences to the family.
    Brian was everything a person would want in an employee. Knowledgable, professional, hard working, team oriented, persistent. He will be missed at work, but very much more by his family.

 

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