Robert J. "Bob" Patrizio, Sr.

  • Born: September 5, 1936
  • Died: November 5, 2021
  • Location: Aston, Pennsylvania

D'Anjolell - Stigale Memorial Home and Cremation Services

3260 Concord Road
Aston, PA 19014

Tel. (610) 497-5505

Tribute & Message From The Family


Loving Husband, Father, Grandfather, Great Grandfather, Brother

Message From The Family

In Lieu of flowers, online gifts can be made by visiting PennMedicine.org/Abramson/Donate.


Robert (Bob) Joseph Patrizio, Sr. age 85 of Aston, PA, passed away at home on November 5, 2021, after a long battle with cancer.

Bob was born in Philadelphia, PA on September 5, 1936, grew up in Clifton Heights, PA and was a graduate of West Catholic High School. He worked in construction until he became the owner of Rayner Vending Service where he retired from in 1999. Early in his life he served 5 years in the Army Reserves. Bob cherished his wife, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He enjoyed playing Santa distributing gifts from the gigantic family stocking. Taking trips to Disney World with family and friends was his #1 passion along with travelling out West to tour national parks. He was a lifetime Eagles fan being a season ticket holder for many years. Bob loved to eat and if entered in a contest, he would have won 1st place. When ordering pizza, you had to make sure you ordered a whole extra-large pizza just for him which is probably why he either jogged or went to the gym every day. He liked to jokingly refer to himself as "Bobby P". After retiring he kept himself busy by going to auctions and the New Castle Flea Market.

Predeceased by his parents Frank Patrizio and Anna Fagioli Patrizio, grandson Stephen and granddaughter Christina.

Survived by his loving and dedicated wife of 42 years, Janice (nee Markun), sons Bob Patrizio (Donna) of Downingtown, PA, Steve Patrizio (Janet) of Exton, PA, and daughters Tracey Wichhart of Atglen, PA, Tammy Leslie (Scott) of Honey Brook, PA and Jaclyn Patrizio of Burlington, VT and his 13 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Brother of Frank (Pat) Patrizio.

Relatives & Friends are invited to his viewing Friday 8:30 - 10:00 am at the Danjolell – Stigale Memorial Home 3260 Concord Rd. Aston.
Funeral Mass 10:45 am at St. Joseph Church 3255 Concord Rd. Aston.
Interment will be private.

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Abramson Cancer Center by mailing a check payable to "Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania" and mail to Abramson Cancer Center Development, 3535 Market Street, Suite 750, Philadelphia, PA 19104. Online gifts can be made by visiting PennMedicine.org/Abramson/Donate.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Met him when I was 12 years old. Was always a wonderful, funny, caring brother in law. Devoted to his family and relatives and had one of the best sense of humors I ever encountered. Rest Bob. Be at Peace. Your work here is done. Dance with the angels and watch over all of us. Love you always, Diane Camarote (Aunt DeeDee)

Posted by Diane Camarote - Garnet Valley, PA - Family   November 11, 2021

I am so sorry Bob will be missed at the flea market.Hugs and Love sent.Linda Riley x ventor

Posted by Linda Riley Riley - WILMINGTON, DE - Family   November 11, 2021

I am so sorry Janice, about the loss of your husband Bob. The pictures tell the story, he looks like he was such a family man and loved you all so much. I will be praying for you and sending love.

Posted by Betsy Rainsford - Omak, WA - Family   November 10, 2021

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Janice & Family
So sorry to hear about Bob. May he rest in peace, free from pain and in the arms of the Lord. Keeping you in my prayers & my sympathies to you all. I will miss talking sports with him at New Castle. Such a nice person. Thinking of you all. God Bless.

Posted by alice trotta - clayton, NJ - Friend   November 10, 2021

Janice, As time passes, gradually we move toward the day when the comfort of our memories is greater than the sorrow of our loss. Thinking and praying for you. With much sympathy.

Posted by Bob & Goldie Landis - Quarryville, PA - Friend   November 10, 2021

Ever since we met Bob & Janice Nancy and I were treated like family We were always seated together at the auction rarely bidding against each other. At the farmers market we were always close to each other we would extend a special discount to each other as well as our expertise. Any questions about cast iron skillets , Bob was the absolute authority. Truly short of my own father there is no one ever closer to me other than Bob and Janice. You two are always in our hearts.

Posted by Eddie Ruiz - Friend   November 08, 2021

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Bob - I didn't know you father but I can see you in his face. I'm very sorry for your loss and please know that you and your family are in my prayers.
Christian Leinbach

Posted by Christian Leinbach - Hamburg, PA - Coworker   November 08, 2021


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