Love and memories last forever...
  • 78 years old
  • Born on November 18, 1938 .
  • Passed away on August 24, 2017 .

Patricia J. McCue (nee Lane), 78, of Mantua passed away on Thur., Aug. 24, 2017, surrounded by loved ones.

Beloved wife for 55 years of Joseph M. McCue, devoted mother of Bridget McCue of Mantua, Kathleen (Allan) Burch of Pilesgrove, Daniel (Sarah) McCue of Wenonah and Brian McCue of Philadelphia. Loving grandmother of 5, great grandmother of 1.  Predeceased by parents Walter and Margaret (McGlincy) Lane and siblings Anne Marie Meyer, Irene Wildes, Margaret Lane and Walter Lane.

A devoted wife and mother, Pat defined hospitality to all and taught by example, especially her family. She was an active member of her church and was dedicated to her faith.

Visitation Sun., Aug. 27 from 6-9 pm and Mon., Aug. 28 from 9:30-10:30 am at the Catholic Community of the Holy Spirit Parish Center, 17 Earlington Ave., Mullica Hill, NJ 08062, where Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Mon. at 11 am. Interment Holy Name of Jesus Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, contributions to the American Cancer Society at would be appreciated.

Posted by Mary Jo Schlager on August 26, 2017
Aunt Pat lived far away in New Jersey and though I did not live near her, when we saw each other, she made you feel special, happy to see you and spend time with you. Devotion to her family and faith went right along with enjoying every bit of life- from the Jersey Shores to the backyard pool to the lovely house addition for family gatherings. She showed such quiet determination, knowing she could plan and make it so. And coax my Uncle Joe along for the ride. She has dispersed and no phones needed - she will know I am chatting with her and forever in my heart...
Posted by Chris Wildes on August 25, 2017
Aunt Pat faced her battle with cancer over these many years with an amazing level of class and dignity! She never complained and stayed very positive. She set the bar extremely high as a role model for others who may be facing the life changing battle with cancer. She was able to give other brest cancer patients something they desperately need; HOPE! Aunt Pat, you will definitely be missed, but we know you are in a far better place. May you rest in peace in God's kingdom.
Posted by Colleen Wildes on August 25, 2017
Heavy is the crown and yet she wears as if it were a feather, there is strength in her heart, determination in her eyes and the will to survive resides in her soul. She is you, a warrior, a champion, a fighter, a queen.
Posted by Connor Wildes on August 25, 2017
Throughout my entire life aunt pat was battling cancer and was so good at keeping her spirits high and focusing on the better things in life that I didnt know until her most recent battle began. Aunt pat has and always be a person that I will look up to because of the she was always in good spirits and continued to fight even when times were tough. You will be missed, love you Aunt Pat
Posted by Sister Denise Ware on August 24, 2017
Today a very remarkable woman went home to the Lord. Your strength amazed me and you never complained. Rest well, my friend. May the angels lead you into paradise. Well done, good and faithful servant. I love you, Pat!

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