Patricia A. Sordillo, age 61

of Quincy

Patricia A. Sordillo, age 61

Patricia A. Sordillo, age 61, a lifelong resident of Quincy, died suddenly, Wednesday, January 18, 2023 at home.

Patricia was born in Weymouth, raised and educated in Quincy. She was a graduate of Quincy High School, Class of 1979. She earned an Associate degree from Quincy College.

Pat was proud to be a registered nurse and devoted herself to the profession. She was employed with Fresenius Medical Care in Waltham for twenty years, beginning as a Clinical Support Specialist for the Renal Therapies Group before being promoted to Senior Support Specialist. She was the recipient of many Clinical Support Specialist Nurse of the Year awards on her team. Pat had a passion for sharing her nursing knowledge and served as a mentor to many of her colleagues. She had previously worked for St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Brighton and the former Saint Margaret’s Hospital in Dorchester.

She was a member of the Mass Bay American Nephrology Nurses Association (ANNA) and had served in various officer positions, including past president.

Pat was an avid shopper, with a passion for shoes. She enjoyed entertaining family and friends, especially at the holidays. She also enjoyed spending time on Cape Cod with family and friends.

Beloved daughter of the late Louis J. and Gloria A. (Bruno) Sordillo.

Devoted sister of Rose Roybal and her husband Amado of Albuquerque, N.M., Gloria Svensson and her husband Joel of Myrtle Beach, S.C., Nancy Stansbury and her husband Thomas of Quincy, Susan Lyons and her husband Peter of Hanover, Christine Hyslip and her husband John of Quincy, and predeceased by Kathleen Gillooly and her late husband Francis, Louise O’Brien and her late husband William, and the late Louis J. Sordillo, Jr.

Loving aunt of her nephews, godson William O’Brien, Jr. and his wife Sheriann, Mark Gillooly and his wife Alicia, Kevin Gillooly, Stephen O’Brien and his wife Nicole, Peter and Paul Lyons; and her nieces, Amanda and Angela Hyslip.

Much-loved great aunt of Kaelyn O’Brien and Michael Gillooly. As well as her furry nieces and nephews.

Dear friend of Robin Wright of Quincy. Pat is also survived by many cherished friends, neighbors, and colleagues.

Visiting hours will be held at the Sweeney Brothers Home for Funerals, 1 Independence Avenue, Quincy, on Sunday, January 22, from 2 – 5 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated in Saint John the Baptist Church, 44 School Street, Quincy, on Monday, January 23, at 10 a.m. Interment to follow at Pine Hill Cemetery, West Quincy.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Patricia’s memory may be made to the American Parkinson Disease Association – MA Chapter, 85 East Concord Street, Ground Floor, Boston, MA 02218.

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  • Pat was a work colleague and I was always so impressed with her knowledge of all things dialysis related. She connected so well with her customers as a result of her compassion and competence. She will be sorely missed. Sending thoughts and prayers to her loved ones at this difficult time.

  • Sending my prayers and love to Trisha’s family. What an amazing woman. There are no words to say. Rest in peace, tell Bevy hi! ❤️🙏

  • You were a delight to work with and I can’t believe you are not still with us. Your knowledge & enthusiasm was infectious. No one can take your place organizing activities & snacks for our meetings. I still have my TJ Max bag & think of you when I use it.

  • I worked with Pat several times throughout my career with Fresenius. Pat was always welcomed in my sales territory by myself and customers. She was so knowledgeable and kind to all. Loved working with her. Pat, you will be missed by many. God’s speed.❤️

  • Dear Christine, John, Amanda, Angela & Family,
    We are so very sorry for your loss, your sister will be sadly missed. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
    ❤️

  • Pat was more than my preceptor, mentor, and colleague …she was a dear friend. I cannot get my head around this sudden loss. You will be missed so much!! I honestly don’t know what we are going to do without you.

  • I have only worked with Pat one year, but she was the most, kind, welcoming person to me. She helped me gain knowledge and confidence. I alwys loved the way she dressed and I got to go shopping with her once. Our team will never be the same and I know why she was called our Queen!!
    May Her Memory be Eternal. I hope her family and friends and her work friends are able to find comfort and peace.

  • I have worked with Pat over the years at Fresenius. Always a pleasure to work with her. She will be missed. Sending love to Pat’s family and friends…

  • Pat has been an incredibly supportive colleague to me in the short time I have known her. We’ve spent a good deal of time together in dialysis clinics where she was a very welcomed resource for education and greatly appreciated. It has been an honor for me to work with Pat and get to know her personally. I will miss her.

  • To the Sordillo Family, so sorry to hearing of the passing of your sister. May she Rest In Peace. Thoughts and prayers to your family. The Hall Family

  • To Pat’s dear family, please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss. Pat was a mentor, colleague and beyond that a very kind friend. In the days ahead I hope you are able to find some small amount of peace comfort and solace, surrounded by the love and support of friends and family.

  • As many have already said, Pat was a wonderful partner and invaluable source of information. We worked together on some key projects, and interacted on various teams over my last 15 years with Fresenius. She was rightfully proud of her nursing career yet always learning new things. An ultimate professional, a gift to nursing, a kind friend always ready to help another, Pat’s presence is already missed. Though I am shocked and saddened by this news, the depth of pain for her family cannot compare. Let friends and family support you and lift your spirits so that encircled by love, understanding and patience you will know peace. “May her memory always be for a blessing.”
    Andrea Conlon

  • They don’t make them like Pat anymore. A wonderful human being in every way that devoted her life’s work to the care of others. Always cheerful, caring, thoughtful…..and a true medical care professional. You leave us too soon. You will be missed. Thank you Pat, and farewell for now.

  • To all Tricia’s loved ones – I’m so sorry to learn of her sudden passing; may she rest in the sweetest peace and her memory be eternal. Her voice and smile are imbedded in my brain; love you “Trish the Dish”. Ev xo

  • I have known Pat for 25 years as a friend and Colleague. Pat dedicated her life to the care and equitable treatment of the Kidney disease patient and to the education of Nephrology nurses. She was a long-time board member of the Southern New England Chapter of the American Nephrology Nurses Association working steadily to provide educational opportunities for all Kidney Disease Nurses and patients.

    Pat had a very dry sense of humor that provided us with endless laughs throughout the years. She was a joy to be around. I will always remember her humor.

    Life is like a thread, it weaves itself through life and memory remaining a part of everything it touched. You are a thread in out tapestry of Life Pat and we will never forget you. We will do our best to honor your memory and to carry your educational mission forward. Rest In Peace Dear Friend.

  • To Tricia’s family,
    Our hearts are broken. May she rest in the sweetest peace.
    Carol Ann and Stephen Marx

  • Celebrating the life of a great colleague…Pat you will be missed , someone so special can never be forgotten 💐

  • Always a delight, my thoughts of Pat would make me smile as we talked about shopping. Pat held a high standard as a nurse, a friend, and a coworker. She will be missed so much by all of us.

  • So sorry to hear Pat is gone, will always think of her as a devoted and professional colleague.

  • Pat was my go to for everything clinical. A wonderful person to know and to work with. She was knowledgeable and caring, and always had time to help solve an issue. She will be greatly missed by all. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends to get through this difficult time.

  • I’m so deeply sorry to just learn of Tricia’s passing. So many memories of years long ago. Beautiful soul inside and out. My deepest sympathy to her family.