Patricia Ann Scuturio 82, formerly of Chelsea/Lowell, MA passed away August 13, 2020 in Ocala, FL where she had lived with her family. She was born in Somerville, MA to Frederick and Dorothy (Mulchay) Prendable and was Catholic by faith. Patricia was married to the late Samuel A. Scuturio, Sr. She was mother to, Darlene M. Scuturio of Ocala, FL Judith A. Ford of Seabrook, NH, the late Samuel A. Scuturio, Jr., Francine and husband Jack Kermelewicz of Derry, NH and Scott Scuturio and husband Geovanie Huertas of Ocala, FL; grandmother to, Genneane Scuturio of Derry, NH, Todd and his wife Jenn Ford, Kristen, Troy, Andrew, Joe, Austin and Javin Ford. Nicholas Kermelewicz and his wife Shannon, Joseph Kermelewicz and his girlfriend Cassandra, Kayla, Alesandra and Jaden Kermelewicz, Devon, Rey and Jaralyse Huertas-Scuturio. She also had “Some” great grandchildren. She was the sister of, Joyce Attennasio and her husband Pat, the late Geraldine McInnis and her husband Leo, Paula Parillo and her late husband Michael, the late Frederick Prendable, Jr and his wife Rosalie, John Prendable and his wife Susan, the late James Prendable and his wife Mellissa, and the late Robert and Roberta Prendable. “Patt” was raised in Chelsea, MA where she married her husband Samuel in 1957 and began their family. She worked for many years at Market Basket in Chelsea, MA until her retirement. She enjoyed hanging with her daughters and her grandchildren and later in 2006 following the passing of her husband she went to live with her son Scott and was able to be a very important part of his life as well as his husband and their childrens lives (her grandchildren). She was happy traveling and enjoyed her trips to Florida, Puerto Rico and camping at Yogi Bear Campground. She had a strong personality that everyone loved and she was known for her elegance and classy style from her clothes to her hair and make up. She also very much enjoyed crocheting outfits for children and blankets and almost anyone she knew that had a baby received one of her hand made outfits or blankets that she made with love. She was a mother to many and enjoyed being around her family. She enjoyed her grandchildren on a daily basis both in person at home and on the phone. Her happiest days were seeing her new great grandson Zachary on video chat and in pictures. Her most recent chance to see her family filled her heart with so much joy. She was “Ma” or “Nana Pat” to almost anyone who was in her life. She will be greatly missed but never forgotten. It’s never “Goodbye” but “See You Later”. The last thing to all remember, “I will always love you to the moon and Back!” The family will receive friends at Baldwin Brothers Funerals and Cremation (11250 SW 93rd Ct. Rd. Ocala, FL 352-236-7813) on Monday, August 17th from 3-5PM.
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11250 SW 93rd Ct. Rd. Ocala, FL 34481