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Patricia "Pat" Jeanne Brennan

June 22, 1943 — January 15, 2024


Patricia Jeanne Brennan, lovingly known as Pat, wife of 54 years to Thomas James Brennan passed away on January 15, 2024. She was born on June 22, 1943, in Leesport, Pennsylvania.

From an early age, Pat showed a remarkable kindness and welcoming nature. This warm personality stayed with her throughout her life, making her loved by all who knew her. Honesty was a cornerstone of her character, and she believed that it was essential in fostering strong and meaningful relationships. After graduating from Schuylkill Valley High School in 1961, Pat made a significant impact on the lives of her loved ones as a dedicated homemaker. Her devotion to creating a loving and nurturing home is truly commendable. She poured her heart and soul into each task she undertook, finding joy in the simple pleasures of making a house feel like a haven.

One of the most cherished memories of Pat was when she met her husband, Thomas Brennan. Introduced by mutual friends, their connection blossomed into a beautiful love story that lasted till the very end. Their bond served as an inspiration to all those fortunate enough to witness it. For over three decades, Jeannie Brown stood by Pat's side as her best friend through thick and thin. Jeannie's unwavering was a testament to the strength and depth of their friendship. Regardless of what they faced over the years, Jeannie's presence brought comfort and solace to Pat.

Apart from being an admirable homemaker, Pat had an array of interests that enriched her life. She had an insatiable appetite for reading books, which allowed her to travel to countless worlds while nestled in the comfort of her favorite armchair. Her love for animals knew no bounds; they were not just pets but beloved members of the family. Country music held a special place in Pat's heart, with a particular fondness for the melodic tunes of Travis Tritt. The soulful notes would lift her spirits and transport her to a place of wistful nostalgia. She also cheered fervently for Clemson Football, showcasing her loyalty and passion.

In addition to her husband, Thomas, Pat is survived by her loving sons, Steven Lewis Savini and Mark Anthony Savini, and a sister Barbara Petriconi, as well as a godson Bill Brown III. Their presence brought immense joy and fulfillment to her life. Their connection was built on shared memories and unconditional love.

The legacy of Patricia Jeanne Brennan lives on through the seven grandchildren who were blessed, and each one holds a piece of her in their heart and will treasure the memories forged together during their time with their beloved grandmother.

Pat is predeceased by her parents, Lewis Bond and Mildred Schaffer Bond.

Pat's passing leaves a void in the lives of all who knew her. Her genuine kindness, warm smile, and loving nature will forever be cherished. May we find solace in the knowledge that she touched our lives in profound ways, leaving behind an indelible imprint on our hearts. As we bid farewell to Patricia Jeanne Brennan, let us remember the impact she had on our lives and celebrate the beautiful life she lived. May she rest in eternal peace knowing that she was loved deeply and will be dearly missed.

Flowers will be accepted, or memorials will be made to The Greenville Animal Care at

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