Patricia A. (Duttine) Stein

July 31, 1940 - June 27, 2024

Visitation: Monday, July 1, 2024, 3-8 p.m.; Devlin Funeral Home, Inc., Ross Twp.

Service: Mass of Christian Burial, Tuesday, July 2, 2024, 10:00 a.m.; Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish, St. Sebastian Church.

Patricia A. Stein (83) passed away on Thursday, June, 27th, 2024, after a courageous battle with cancer.

Beloved wife to Bernard A. Stein, Treasured mother to Lisa (John) Petrack, Erin Scaife, Shannon (Jim) Cottone and Kerri (Jason) Malatak; Proud Bubba to her 13 grandchildren, Emily Graham, Evan (Kate) Petrack; Frailey, Grace and Selah Scaife; Carlianna (Nate) Nachazel, Isabella, Giovanna and Sophia Cottone; Rylie, Logan, Delanie and Brody Malatak; and loving great grandmother to Luetta Graham; Devoted sister to Judith (Patrick) Shea, Robert and Richard (Alyce) Duttine, joining her late mother Catherine A. Susan, brother Raymond Duttine and sister Roseann Alt.

Patti (Bubba) had a long career as a waitress, the most fitting job because of her joyous personality and love for people. She never met a stranger. Her vibrant passion for life touched the hearts of everyone she met. Family meant the world to her. Her strength and positive outlook on life has imprinted a lasting memory to everyone she has left behind. She lived a fulfilling life with no boundaries and her legacy will remain amongst all of us.

She will be remembered as the woman who brought a smile to every face, a dance to every song and a “More” to every “I Love You.”

Family and friends are welcome on Monday from 3-8 pm at Devlin Funeral Home, 806 Perry Hwy., North Hills. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Tuesday at 10 am at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish, St. Sebastian Church.

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  • Leonard Ginsburg

    My deepest condolences to Patricia’s entire wonderful family. She made a difference and will be sadly missed. My late mother Ida would have said too may her memory be a blessing.

  • Brenda C. Ziemba

    So Sorry for your a0

  • Dick and Dorothy Davis

    We met Pat through our daughter, Diane, her next door neighbor. What a gem of a neighbor! Always a ready smile and an outgoing personality

  • John Drew

    Jim and Shannon, Please accept my deepest sympathies on the loss. Praying for your peace as your mother and mother-in-law transitions to be home with Our Father.

  • Mary Ann O’Donnell

    Bubba was truly a one of a kind person. Her love was unconditional and her laughter was infectious. I am beyond grateful that I had this beautiful woman in my life. So many wonderful memories. She was a true inspiration to all who knew her. I have no doubt at all that her beautiful Spirit is shining in heaven. Until we meet again, Bubba remember…I love you to the moon and past the moon! Love…Mar XOXO

  • Gay F. McManus - Jacksonville, FL

    My Pat, we go way back, you have always been so special to me all our lives. I will never forget you. Tried with all my heart to keep my angels around you at all times, to heal you everyday & to get you through
    your pain. I just found out about you leaving. I’m so sad & so sorry. I don’t know how I can go home without seeing you, I’m just so devasted, I will miss you so bad. I will be seeing you someday on the other side. MY PAT, LOVE 💕 YOU MORE. Gay Frances

  • Gwendolyn Horton

    When I first started working at Silvioni’s restaurant. I worked with her and Dottie. She took me under her wing. She was so amazing and so efficient. She was absolutely an amazing woman. I will miss her. God Bless You Patty ❤️❤️

  • Dianne Affolder

    Mr. Stein and Family:
    Your wife and mom was always such a beautiful person to everyone who knew her. Including me. I’m so very glad that she was a part of my life. I will miss her. 🩷 Rest In Paradise Bubba Pat 🙏🏻


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