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Patricia A. Farley

January 26, 1937 — December 16, 2018

Patricia A. Farley, "Aunt Pat", of Piscataway, passed away Sunday, December 16, 2018, at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick. She was 81.

Born in Metuchen, she lived in Edison and Whiting before moving to Piscataway a few years ago.

Pat worked for E&B Marine in Edison before leaving the workforce about 20 years ago. She was a proud friend of Bill W. for over 50 years. She was known for her sayings "Get the Gusto" and "Hit the Big One".

She's predeceased by her parents James T. and Helen (Slavicek) Farley; her sister Margaret Stein and her nephew Timothy Stein.

Aunt Pat is survived by her brother James T. Farley of Deltona, FL; her sisters Helen Stamile of Somerset and Donna Siecinski, and her husband Ken, of Edison; her beloved nieces and nephews, John Stamile and his wife JoAnn, Bob Stamile and his wife Sarah, Ron Baldwin, Kimberly Stein (2nd Feather), Michael Stein, Patty-Jo Leslie and her husband Michael; and great nieces and nephews – Jason, Joseph, Emily and Kelsey Stamile, Justin Baldwin, Richard Larson (3rd Feather) and his wife Jamie, Kelly Krug and Brian McGroary, Haley Krug and Lacey Leslie; and her great great nephews Alex, Connor, Ryland, Silas, Chase and Spencer.

A Memorial Service will be announced after the holidays, by The Crabiel Home for Funerals, 170 N Main St. – at Riva Avenue, Milltown. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to either St. Joseph's Indian School, St. Jude's Hospital or a Veterans Organization of your choice. You may sign the online condolence "guestbook" at www.crabiel.com
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