Patricia Mary (Comeau) Dennihan, of Plymouth, formerly of Hull, died peacefully at her home on March 17. She was 62.
Patti, as she was known, was born and raised in Hull. The daughter of the late Ralph and Marie (Coyne) Comeau, she graduated from Hull High School with the class of 1977 and attended Quincy Jr. College.
She worked at different jobs while raising her two sons, Joseph and Derek Dennihan. They were the loves of her life. For the past several years she worked at The Chilton House in Plymouth, and she often talked about residents and staff as if they were part of her extended family.
When she wasn’t working, Patti was often in Hull or Weymouth, visiting with friends and family and always giving a helping hand with anything that had to be done. Reading, beach time, and playing cards with her sister Cathy were some of her favorite pastimes.
Patti was a loving, selfless, and caring person. Her faith, family, friends, and life lessons are part of her legacy that continue through all the lives she touched.
Patti was the devoted mother of Joseph R. (“Joey”) Dennihan, of New Bedford, and Derek J. Dennihan and his wife, Meghan Soule, of Sagamore. She was the loving sister of Ralph Comeau, of Weymouth; Janice Marcella and her late husband, Richard, of Hull; Paul Comeau, of Florida; Cathy Comeau, of Hull; Kevin Comeau and his wife, Francie, of Florida; Denise Comeau, of Hull; and the late Rosemary Gately and her surviving husband, William, of Weymouth. She is also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews … all extended family and dear friends.
A funeral service was to be held this Thursday morning, March 25, at the Pyne Keohane Funeral Home in Hingham, with interment taking place in Hull Village Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Patti’s name to The Chilton House, 3 Chilton St., Plymouth, MA 02360.
Relatives and friends who cannot gather together with Patti’s family at this time can still offer their support by visiting www.Keohane.com and sharing a special memory or message. Those who cannot access the website can call 1-800-KEOHANE to have their messages added.