January 30, 1928 - April 30, 2020
Waverly, New York
April 30, 2020
January 30, 1928
Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania
St. James Cemetery, Waverly, New York
Patricia L. Steck, 92, of Waverly passed away on Thursday, April 30, 2020 at Elderwood at Waverly.
She was predeceased by her parents, John and Verna Swinko; her husband, Michael Steck; brothers, John and Leonard; and her sisters, Mary, Ann, Helen and Rose.
Patty is survived by her son, Michael (Mary Ellen) Steck of Waverly; grandchildren, Kimberly (Robert) Spallone and Patrick (P.J.) (Amy Hansen) Steck; great grandchildren, Devon & Niccole Spallone and Natalie & Brianna Steck; great-great granddaughter, Giavanna Lane; her siblings, Dorothy (Dishy) Restino of Binghamton and Terry Schiavone of Baltimore, Maryland; along with many nieces, nephews and cousins.
Patty graduated from Township High School in Locust Gap Pennsylvania in 1945. Her husband owned and operated Steck Jewelers in Waverly for many years. She enjoyed sewing, knitting, crocheting and doing her crossword puzzles. Most of all she enjoyed spending her time with her grandchildren.
A private burial will take place at St. James Cemetery in Waverly next to her husband. Those wishing to send a message of sympathy to Patricia’s family may visit our Facebook page or in “Obituaries” at www.blauveltfuneralhome.com
From: Eddie and Corky Bostwick
we are very sorry for your loss.
From: Marcia and Joe Murray
So sorry for your loss, I know it’s weighing heavy on your heart.
From: Carrie and Davd Vanhousen
Mike, Maryellen,and family so very sorry for your loss.
From: June Satterly
I send my deepest condolences to the family. I always enjoyed talking to Pat. She will be greatly missed by her family and friends.
From: Les & Yvonne
We are sending condolences to your family on the loss of your loved one.
From: Octive Healey
My condolences on the passing of Pat. I keep up with the Valley news and so many of my Mom's friends have passed recently. I have many wonderful memories of your parents and their store. It was my favorite pastime to browse the jewerly cases and dream away! I saved my allowance, babysitting money and tips from Moms coffee shop to buy my first REAL ring from the store. I believe I was in 6th grade. Yellow gold, round black onyx with a diamond chip in the center! Still have it! Of course it only fits my pinky now!
Thanks for the fun memories Pat and enjoy your time with the Angels.
From: Mike Conroy
Mike and Mary Ellen - I am sorry for your loss. I have great memories of your parents, You are in my thoughts.
From: Daniel Schiavone
Michael, I'm very sorry for your loss. I smile when I think about the time I few times I shared with your mom and uncle Mickey, usually at grandma Swinkos house, when I was a kid. My thoughts and prayers be with you and your family.
From: Jill (Benton) Hines
I am so sorry for your loss. The picture made me smile. This is the woman I remember and her smile was contagious. Thoughts and prayers from my family.
From: Dan Eiklor
Condolences to the Family.
From: Dave & Cornelia Cannavino
Mike & family: So sorry for your loss. Wishing you strength and comfort during these difficult days.
From: John Dugan
Mike and family;
My sincere condolences. May Patricia rest in peace with God and all the saints in heaven.
From: KAREN M FRALEY
Sending our sincere condolences. My memories of Pat and Mike go way back as friends of my parents, Reg and Anne Denno. Karen and Ron Fraley
From: Dianne Cron
I’ll always remember what a fun loving personality Mrs. Steck had. She and her husband were always so happy and cheerful to all.. May God bless and comfort you, the family. Always recall the wonderful memories. I will always remember them as neighbors on Center St. and Mike’s mom and dad.
From: Ann (Bradshaw) Bonner
Michael (Stecky), So sorry to hear about your Mom. I have so many good memories of her that ALWAYS bring a smile to my face. She was the one aunt who looked the most like my Mom, so every time I saw her, it was a chance for me to see my Mom again. Know my thoughts, prayers, and lots of hugs are heading your way. Please let me know when you will be having a service -- I would love to be there. Love ya!!
From: Roger and Bobbie
Our deepest sympathies to the Steck family. May God comfort you all during this time of grieving.