Patricia M. (Mooney) Mullen, age 91

of Quincy

Patricia M. (Mooney) Mullen, age 91

Patricia M. (Mooney) Mullen, age 91, of Quincy, died, Saturday, January 2, 2021, at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital – Needham, after battling COVID-19.

Born in Jamaica Plain, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Marie (O’Rourke) Mooney. Pat was a graduate of the former Saint Thomas Aquinas High School in Jamaica Plain, Class of 1947, and attended the former Staley College in Brookline. She had lived in Quincy for fifty-eight years.

Pat was a devoted homemaker but had also worked as a secretary at the Metropolitan Transit Authority in Boston for thirteen years and at Quincy Community Action Programs for eleven years.

She was an active and longtime member of Saint John the Baptist Parish in Quincy. Pat served as a Lector, Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, and selflessly offered her time and talent in the rectory for almost fifty years, assisting in the administration of the parish. She was also a member of the Saint John’s Ladies Sodality, Quincy Catholic Club, and the Putnam Street Wicky Wackies.

Pat enjoyed vacationing in Ireland, having made twenty-six trips.

Beloved wife of the late Thomas P. Mullen who died in 2008. Devoted mother of Tricia M. London and her husband Brian of Westwood, and Thomas E. Mullen and his wife, Jennifer M. Ort of Milton.

Loving grandmother of Dr. Jillian Banks and her husband Matthew, Alex London and his fiancée Amy Klein, Anna, Patrick, and Jack Mullen.

She was predeceased by her siblings, Arlene C. Badessa and Robert C. Mooney. Pat is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Affectionately referred to as the matriarch, she was the oldest of twenty-three cousins and was also the godmother to seven godchildren.

In light of current events, funeral services will be held privately. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated in Saint John the Baptist Church in Quincy and interment will take place at Blue Hill Cemetery, Braintree.

Donations in Pat’s memory may be made to the Sisters of Charity of Halifax Retirement Fund, 125 Oakland Street, Wellesley, MA 02481 or Saint John the Baptist Church, c/o 556 Washington Street, Quincy, MA 02169.

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  • To Tricia, Alex, and the rest of the London/Mullen family,

    I am so very sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of meeting Pat several times between events at Avon High, Academic Decathlon, and the APL, among others. Always warm, smiling, and kind, a trait she clearly passed on to her beloved family. An immense loss for you and the community she was so involved in. My thoughts are with you all.

    Carly M.

  • My Precious Aunt Pat will live on in my ❤️ & memories. I didn’t realize she was Godmother to 6 others besides myself 😳 She Loved God & her family. She had a ❤️ To help others. She was kind, funny & Beautiful 💖 She was The Matriarch of our family The Mooney’s. She loved sharing stories about back in the day & we all ❤️ hearing them. The world around us is a little dimmer bc she was our bright & shining 🌟 Love Lynnie

  • To Tom and Tricia,
    My prayers are with each of you and your families. As part of your extended family from Putnam Street (even with a slight spelling difference of the last name), my heart goes out to each of you. Your mother upheld the true meaning of the word Saint. Her door was always open, her phone always answered, and her ears open to listening. I will miss seeing her at various gatherings, visiting her before Christmas, and seeing her at St. John’s church. The time she sat me down when my mother butchered my hair cut during my Junior high school years and she said not to worry as it will grow back and then had your father take me to the barber to get it cut correctly is a life long memory that only Putnam street people can understand about your mother.
    Paraphrasing and combing a few Irish prayers:
    The road to heaven has met up with your mother as the wind is now underneath her wings. As she is being lifted up to the heavens, though the sun is no longer in her face, the sun is now embedded in her soul to shine on each of you. Until we meet your mother again, may God hold her in the palm of his hand and keep a spot for us all.
    May God rest her soul and all of the souls of the departed from Putnam Street and through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
    John Mullin

  • Tricia:
    The loveliness of your mother is clearly embodied in you. She is woven into your heart with a weave too tight to unravel. May her love continue to surround you all the days of your life. You were both blessed. Be well and pass on my very deepest condolences to all who loved your dear Mumsy.
    Fondly,
    Dawna Donaghey.

  • Dear Mullen Family,
    I’m so sorry for your loss. Your Mom was always smiling and so kind. My Mum loved her Wicky Wackie friends. We are praying for you.
    The Lotti girls Joan, Joanie, Robin and Kim

  • Dear Tom & Tricia,
    So sorry to hear of Pat’s passing. She was a sweet and loving person.. She was a mainstay in the neighborhood. love and prayers to you and your families.
    Nina

  • Dear Tricia and Tommy,

    Your Mom was such a sweet woman, such a lady. I’ll never forget the time I fell off my bike on Putnam St., Friday the 13th, and broke my arm. My parents weren’t home, so she brought me in to lie down and wouldn’t let me go to sleep because she thought I had a concussion. She was always looking out for us and taking us in if needed. So many great times spent Christmas Eve, block parties, and playing dress up in your basement. So happy to have had her in our neighborhood! Sending you love and prayers during this time.

    Love,

    Terry and Tom Carter

  • I am saddened to hear of Pat’s passing. I knew Pat from volunteering at St. John the Baptist Parish. We often served as altar servers at the 8:00 a.m. Mass during the week and the 4:00 p.m. Mass on Saturdays. Pat was a lovely woman. She was very kind and warmhearted. She will be truly missed. I’ll keep her and her family in my prayers.

  • Tom & Tricia, I am so saddened by the passing of your Mom, So many cherished memories, Your Mom was a true saint!!, She was so kind, she was very special, may she Rest in Peace, she will truly be missed

  • Thank you everyone for your kind words. Here is a link to my Mom’s funeral video: https://youtu.be/1IMJHZDR4uw