Mary Patricia Manion
BROOKFIELD- Mary Patricia "Patty" Manion, 77, died Tuesday (Oct. 29, 2019) at Jameson Hospital in New Castle, due to a long-standing illness.
Patty was born on Feb. 9, 1942 to Margaret (Curtin) and Edward Patrick Manion, Sr.
Patty was a 1960 graduate of Brookfield High School and graduated from Youngstown College (Youngstown State University) with a degree in elementary education.
She taught elementary school for more than 40 years. She taught for several years at Christ Our King in Warren, Ohio. The rest of her teaching career was spent teaching first grade at Brookfield Local School District. She was a member of the Brookfield Federation of Teachers.
Patty was an avid collector. She collected dolls, dishware, glassware, children's books, and her most favorite collection were her antique cookie jars.
She always kept up on current affairs and was always ready for a political discussion.
Patty is survived by: her three sisters, Margaret Jackson of Hermitage, Jacqueline Hoelzle of Cordova, Tenn., and Bonnie Filipovich of Boardman, Ohio; and numerous nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by: her parents; and her siblings, Elizabeth Gilmartin, Edward Patrick Manion, and Catherine Welsh.
There will be no calling hours or public services.
Arrangements by LANE FUNERAL HOME, Madasz Chapel.
Published on November 2, 2019

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Joan Humphrey
Nov 10, 2019
"Aunt Patty" was one of a kind. I enjoyed many conversations with her in the past and will always remember her kindness to my kids when we would visit. May she rest in peace.
Chris Trinckes
Nov 04, 2019
I have such fond memories of Miss Manion. I’ll never forget her kindness when my son Nicholas had her In first grade. She always told the students he was going to be the next Bill Gates. He had a beloved frog that was lost and he was devastated. She placed a frog on his desk the next day with a note that asked if Nick would be his friend. I still have the note. That small kindness meant the world to us. She was a special person. My condolences to the family. Know that she left her mark on our hearts.
Chris Trinckes
Nov 04, 2019
I have such fond memories of Miss Manion. I’ll never forget her kindness when my son Nicholas had her In first grade. She always told the students he was going to be the next Bill Gates. He had a beloved frog that was lost and he was devastated. She placed a frog on his desk the next day with a note that asked if Nick would be his friend. I still have the note. That small kindness meant the world to us. She was a special person. My condolences to the family. Know that she left her mark on our hearts.
Heather Custer-King
Nov 03, 2019
I was one of Miss Manions 1st grade students at Brookfield 76-77. Both of my daughter's (Kim and Tasha King)had her for 1st grade also. Our sympathy and prayers go out to Miss Manions family.
Kathy and Clyde McCartney
Nov 02, 2019
To Patty's family and friends we extend our deepest sympathies. Patty had such a loving and humorous nature. Certainly anyone who ate her cinnamon rolls knows what a great baker she was. It has been a joy to have her as a long time friend. Now she can enjoy her reward in heaven.
Kathy and Clyde McCartney
Nov 02, 2019
Patty had such a loving and humorous nature. Anyone who ate her cinnamon rolls knows what a great baker she was. It has been a joy to have her as a long time friend. Now she can enjoy her great reward in heaven. To her family and friends we extend our deepest sympathy.
David & Eleanor Williams
Nov 02, 2019
Sending our love and prayers to Patty's family and all who loved her. We shared so many wonderful memories with Patty such as teaching together, getting acquainted with her family and being one of our bridesmaids! Patty touched so many lives and will be in our hearts forever till we meet again!
Diana DeBrakeleer 259 Ellis Ave. Hermitage, Pensylvania 16148
Nov 02, 2019
Sending my deepest sympathy, love and prayers Patty was a very special lady. She will be truly missed. May she Rest In Peace...