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In Loving Memory

Scucchi, Patricia C.

April 17, 1933 - January 19, 2024

Patricia C. Scucchi(nee Collins), passed away peacefully on Jan. 19, 2024 at the age of 90. Beloved wife, for 53 yrs to the late Paul Scucchi. Cherished daughter to the late Myrtle and John Collins.

She was preceeded in death by her brothers; Robert and William Collins. Brother-in-laws Jim O’Mara, Billy Scucchi, Bobby Scucchi, Donald Scucchi, Tommy Scucchi, Louis Scucchi, and Danny Hayes. Sister-laws; Brenda Scucchi, Faye Scucchi, Marie Collins. She is survived by her Children; Mark Scucchi, Dan(Karen)Scucchi, Paula(Jim)Kraft, siblings; Peggy O’Mara, Jack(Paula)Collins, Kathleen(Eddy)Ricci, sister-in-laws Martha Hayes, Delores Poyner, and Mirla Collins. Grand Children; Scotty(Rosie)Garner, Andrew Kraft(Sarai Cajiao), Jessica(Josh)McMillen, Paul(Anna)Scucchi, Angela(Matthew)Raguse and Theresa(Jordan)Meyer.

Great Grand Children: Scotty Jr., Natalia, Conner, Madison, Christopher, Avery, Austin and many nieces and nephews she adored.

Pat was a 1951 Graduate of St. Mary’s High School. She worked at McDonnell Douglas supporting the engineering department, a Secretary at Pattonville High School and a registrar at Florissant Valley Community College for 16 years. She enjoyed attending church and cared deeply about her church family and friends. As a traveler, she enjoyed visiting Ireland, Italy, Hawaii, Florida, Oregon and other countries and states. In her earlier years, you could find her quilting, which was her favorite hobby. She enjoyed showing people how to quilt and donated quilts to church’s to auction off. She always enjoyed celebrating the holidays especially St, Patrick’s Day. No wonder her favorite color was green. At Christmas time, you could find her eating oatmeal cookies, as they were her favorite. One of our fondest memories of her, as children, was when her and dad would go dancing. She always looked forward to date night with dad.

Visitation will be held Wednesday, January 31, from 10 AM-12:30 PM at Kutis Funeral Home, on 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd, St. Louis Missouri 63129. Burial will follow at Jefferson Barracks in St. Louis, Mo. Memorials may be made in Pat’s name to St. Jude’s Hospital, American Cancer Society or Alzheimer’s Association.


2 thoughts on “Scucchi, Patricia C.”

  1. We loved when Patsy and Paul would come to visit my mom Alice Kelly to see the Cardinals Spring training. The would pack up their cooler and spend all day watching them, then would come to mom’s for great dinners and lively conversations. I have fond memories of Patsy.

  2. Shelia,
    Thank you for your thoughts and prayers.
    The flower arrangement is beautiful. Pat and Paul always enjoyed spending time with you and the family.


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