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Obituary for Patricia Hutton

Patricia Catherine Hutton, 85, formerly of Smithtown, died peacefully at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas on Thursday, March 8, 2018.

Pat was the daughter of the late John Augustine and Edna Cecilia Ryan. She received her nursing degree from Montreal General Hospital in 1954 and then worked as a Registered Nurse for several years at Jefferson Memorial Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. She married William Jordan Hutton in 1959. Pat became a naturalized US Citizen in 1978. She lived in Hackensack, Hackettstown, and Chester, NJ, Smithtown, NY, and Dallas, TX prior to her husband’s retirement, when they moved to the Landings in Savannah, GA. In December, 2017 Pat moved to Houston, TX to be closer to her daughter.

Pat was preceded in death by her son, Paul Ryan Hutton, and her husband, Will. She is survived by her daughter Anne C. Hutton, her son-in-law, R. Mark Fiedorek, and five grandchildren: Eric, Craig, Ryan, Sarah, and David Fiedorek, of Houston, TX. She is also survived by her sisters Cecilia R. Wasserman of New Bern, NC, and Julia Ann Kepczynski and her husband Zig, of West Columbia, SC; and by a nephew, John Johnson, and niece, Victoria Johnson.

A Mass to celebrate Pat Hutton’s life will be offered at 9:30 am on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church of Smithtown, NY. Internment will take place immediately following in St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Smithtown, NY.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to MD Anderson Cancer Center, or any charity of your choice.

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