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Patrick  Fraher

Patrick Fraher

04-01-1937 - 12-01-2020
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Obituary

Patrick Michael Fraher 83, passed away at home on December 1, 2020
Patrick was a loving and dedicated husband of late Domenica (Cervino) Fraher of 55 years, also predeceased was his father Michael Fraher & mother Julia Humphries (from Dublin Ireland), his sisters Julianna Hunter & Mary Nichols, his brothers Michael & James Fraher, late brother-in-law Poalo Cervino & wife Antonietta (Massa) Cervino living in NJ, late brother-in-law Cesare Massa & wife Antonietta Cervino living in Italy.
He has a large loving & extended family who will deeply miss him along with with many nieces & nephews.
In England & Ireland Maria Stanley, Wendy Pope, Linda Bendle, Margaret Hunter, Richard Stanley & Martin Stanley. Patrick has 13 great nieces & nephews, 20 great-great nieces & nephews.
In New Jersey his nephews & nieces, Peter Cervino & wife Patricia, Joseph Cervino & wife Arlette, Marie Cervino, Robert Cervino. In California Dr.Mario Cervino & wife Michelina.
In Italy nephew Gerardo Massa & wife Carmelina, Valentino Massa & wife Olga.
Also an additional 16 great nieces & nephews,13 great-great nieces & nephews residing in
New Jersey, California & Italy.
Patrick immigrated to the US from England with his wife Domenica in early 60's. He lived in Jersey City for a few years with his Father in-law Pietro Cervino & mother in-law Maria (Mastrolia) moving to Kearny NJ in 1965 & working for Block Drug Pharmaceutical as a Machinist.
He was instrumental in helping in the immigration of his brother-in-law Paolo & his wife &(4) young children in 1966. His support for the family continued until he moved to Florida in the mid 70's where he lived & worked for Tampa International Airport until he moved back in 2013 after the passing of his beloved wife Domenica whom he adored. He loved working on his cars, a Chevy Nova or his Ford LTD's. He loved traveling with his wife & enjoyed his boat for many years, he even towed it all the way to Florida when he moved. He had the knack to make conversation with total strangers. One of his favorite things to do over the last few years was to sit and have a cup of coffee at Shop Rite in Lyndhurst where he became friends with almost everyone that worked there.

Friends are asked to attend a Memorial Mass at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church in Lyndhurst, Wednesday 12/9 at 5:30pm. Memorial Donations may be made to Hospital for Special Surgery, 535 E. 70th St., New York, NY 10021, Website: hss.edu or The Prostate Cancer Foundation, 1250 Fourth Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401, website: pcf.org
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Mario Cervino

Posted at 03:04pm
To my wonderful "Uncle Patrick", the Erlandese, you have been in our family since the day I was born, as a matter of fact, I've been told that you were actually married to my late Aunt Domenica in England in on my birthday in 1956. You later came to Italy to visit your new "Italian Familia", in-laws, along with my brothers and later sister. You became very instrumental in helping my parents immigrate to the United States of America. Eventually we set our voyage to join you in America. It is such a memorable experience for us to have come and live with you in your home in Kearny, NJ until we found our new home. You were so welcoming to have us with you as we slowly adjusted to the " American way of life". You were always so eager to help us grow up and learn new things, from riding a bicycle, taking us on many trips to the sea shore, Niagara Falls, Canada, and much more. My memories of you are always so positive as you were a great role model for me, especially the way you expressed your love and care for my Aunt Domenica. All your stories and positive outlook on life, will always be in my heart. Thank you for all the loving and amazing memories of times shared together from Italy, New Jersey, Canada and Florida. I will always remember your laugh, smile, and slight English accent, as my Dublin, Irish uncle. You will be truly missed. May you Rest In Peace, along with all our Beloved relatives...forever more "Uncle Patrick." Love, your nephew Mario.




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mariamiller6765@gmail.com

Posted at 03:14am
We have not only lost an uncle but a man the was more a father who cared greatly for us. Uncle Pat will be greatly missed and forever in our hearts. He has now gone to live with family in heaven, his wife Domenica, his two brother's Michael and James and his two sisters Julianna and Mary.

R.I.P Uncle Pat.
Your niece Maria
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Evans family

Posted at 11:36pm
We are saddened to learn about your family loss.
Continue to rely on God and know that he hears your prayers, because he cares for you. Thinking of you all.
 
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Pete Cervino Posted at 02:06pm

Thank You ! God Bless 🙏
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Joe Cervino

Posted at 03:59pm
May you rest in peace my godfather. Thank you for all the memories, love and support especially at a young impressionable age. You always found time to check in on the Cervino kids to make sure we were adjusting to the American life style. You will be missed. There are no goodbyes for us. Wherever you are, you will always be in my heart and until we meet again. RIP Uncle Pat.....
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Pete Cervino

Posted at 12:09am
R.I.P. Uncle Patrick !! You have left us but the lifetime memories will remain with us forever. From beeing a big proponent of our imigrating to America to picking up our family in N.Y. coming off the ship in 1966 (mom, dad with 4 young children) and taking us all into your home on Columbia Avenue in Kearny which you Aunt Domenica and Nonno Pietro and Nonna Maria were living in at the time made it quite a cozy for a few months all of us together. Teaching us our ABC's and getting us registered for school to taking us to the Sea Shore in your boat or up and down the Passaic River just for fun, taking us on vacation to Niagara Falls, or to Florida to visit Disney, the Space Center or Daytona Beach those wonderful memories will remain with us forever. You and Aunt Domenica which you were a wonderful husband to her and gave us some good examples of how a man should treat his wife loved to travel. You often went to visit your family in Ireland and England also Aunt Domenica side of family in Italy. Also you traveled all over Florida for the 39 years you lived there as you lived in St Petersburg, Tampa, Newport Richie and Jacksonville before moving back to NJ in 2013 after Aunt Domenica passed away. Your ability to speak with and make friends with total strangers especially over the last few years when you were dealing with your health issues and keeping a positive outlook no matter how difficult things got for you was something to be admired. We will miss you Uncle Pat but your life's example will continue to live with us. We can't ever repay but will be forever grateful for all that you did to help our family immigrate and have the opportunities the most people can't even dream. R.I.P. 🙏 UNCLE PAT 🙏 and thank you for our everlasting memories.


 
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Laura Lombardi Posted at 01:10pm

Rest in eternal peace Uncle Pat..you were such a sweet soul and I sure hope you were made a Saint when you entered those Gates. I know you and Auntie Dominica are reunited once again. RIP 🙏🏼
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