Patricia Louise Coletti, passed away on August 4th, 2022 at the age of 70 due to a rapid series of organ failures attributed to sepsis triggered by an infected gallbladder. Pat, as she was commonly called by friends and family, was born on March 7, 1952, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Vincent Coletti and Marie Iovacchini Coletti, the second child of three.
Pat graduated from Great Valley High School, Class of 1970, where she was a member of the National Honor Society. She went on to Immaculata University, Class of 1974, where she graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics. Pat spent her early adult years traveling the world before she began a life-long career in the mortgage industry as a leader in Servicing. She spent the last 17 years of her career at Wells Fargo supporting Issue Management in the Technology Infrastructure Department as a Lead Control Management Officer. She spent most of her adult life in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas, following the real-estate boom in Texas in the 1980s, and moved back to her beloved Chester County, Pennsylvania a few years ago - a place she returned to nearly every year for Chester County Day and where she had always planned to retire eventually.
As all who knew her can attest, Pat was a kind, welcoming, generous person, devoted to her immediate and extended family, especially her nieces and nephew, for whom she took much pride and frequently took on long trips and vacations. She always went out of her way to celebrate holidays and birthdays, often hosting dinners for which she would bake delicious treats or the favored cake for the birthday person. She continued to be as caring and attentive as she became a great-aunt to her two young grand-nieces. Pat was also an avid fan of football and baseball, maintaining the generational team loyalty to her home state of Pennsylvania that began with her father, both of whom cheered for no other teams but the Philadelphia Eagles and the Philadelphia Phillies.
Pat was tough, strong-willed, and disciplined. She maintained a life-long exercise regimen and healthy diet, even during the last year and a half during which she battled and won a fight against cancer. Pat was a master planner and organizer, professionally and personally; she was never satisfied until she put all the puzzle pieces together and understood the details. This was even true, perhaps more so, during her fight with cancer, as she would provide comprehensive updates and information to all her friends and family during the process of her cancer treatment. She was constantly in good spirits and always did her best to engender the same to any around her.
She is survived by her older sister Christa Coletti Sladden, younger brother Vincent Coletti, II (w. Linda L. Coletti), and her three nieces and nephew: Heather Coletti (h. Ronald DiSabatino, Jr.), Nicholas John Sladden (w. Emily Brown), Leslie Coletti (h. Samuel Protas), and Julia Marie Sladden Bermingham (h. Matthew William Bermingham), and her two great-nieces: Rose DiSabatino and Joy DiSabatino.
No funeral services are planned, but any who wish to pay homage to Pat may donate to the organizations listed below: The Abramson Cancer Center at Chester County Hospital www.ChesterCountyHospital.org, (610)-431-5000 or to Longwood Gardens https://LongwoodGardens.org, (610)-388-1000.