Robert M. Patt

  • Born: November 17, 1943
  • Died: February 1, 2019
  • Location: Pembroke, Massachusetts

Magoun-Biggins Funeral Home

135 Union Street
Rockland, MA 02370
Tel. (781) 878-1775

Tribute & Message From The Family

Robert M. Patt, 75 of Pembroke. Died on February 1, 2019 at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth after a courageous battle against Mesothelioma. He was born on November 17, 1943 in East Bridgewater to the late Henry and Mabel (Morse) Patt. He was raised and educated in East Bridgewater and graduated from East Bridgewater High School. He was the loving husband of Madeline L. (Winter) Patt for over 51 years.

After High School, Robert attended Northeastern University where he earned a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering. He would later begin his apprenticeship at the General Electric Company where he would work for over forty-one years. Robert was an appreciator of nature and enjoyed spending time feeding the birds with many birdfeeders off of his porch. He was a craftsman who enjoyed building, tinkering, and constantly making improvements around the yard, and the dock. He had many hobbies including genealogy and archery but his favorite thing to do was to spend time with his family and grandchildren.

Along with his wife Madeline, Robert is survived by his daughter Bonnie J. Stearns of GA and his son Stephen R. Patt of NH and his wife Maureen Patt of NH. He was the brother of George Patt of TX, Edward Patt of East Bridgewater and Henry Patt of Holliston. Robert will be dearly missed by his grandchildren Makenna Patt and Riley Patt. He leaves behind several nieces and nephews.

The family welcomes friends and loved ones to celebrate his life at a visitation on Thursday, February 7, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM at the Magoun-Biggins Funeral Home, 135 Union Street Rockland, MA. A Funeral Service will be held following visitation at 11:00 AM. Burial will follow at Holy Family Cemetery in Rockland.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you please make a donation to the American Cancer Society.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Bob was such a wonderful cousin, so intelligent, kind, understanding and giving. I am so sorry he is no longer with you. I will never forget him or his beautiful Christmas cards and thoughtful gifts. Such a great man and friend. Deborah Shaw Mason

Posted by Deborah Mason - Westfield, ME - Family Friend   November 10, 2019

I am so sorry for your loss. Bob was a funny and caring man. He will be missed by all. Love, Al Pak

Posted by Al Pak - Mystic, CT - Friend   April 13, 2019

Dear Aunt Maddy, Stephen & Family, and Bonnie,

Your Dad was a wonderful Uncle. I remember when we would come to Massachusetts he would take me on rides with the two seated bicycle. He always had a funny story and he loved to tease and enjo life. Ever time I think of him I can't help but smile. My prayers are with the family. He was greatly loved by my Dad and our family. Love to you all❤

Posted by Marsha Stephenson - Lakeland, FL - Family   February 05, 2019

Hi Dad:

The Patriots did it, and you had the best seat in the house! We all love and miss you, your memories will live forever. I love you!!

Posted by Steve Patt - Manchester NH - Son   February 04, 2019

Hello sorry for your loss. I am Ed Patts neighbor Bill Cavanagh. I only met Rodert once at Chapman Cole Gleason funeral home and he was enjoyable to talk to.We talked about living on the north river and how nice it was.We only talked for about 10 min. but he seemed like a very nice man

Posted by William Cavanagh - East Bridgewater, MA - Family Friend   February 04, 2019

Sending prayers and love to the Patt family. May you find some comfort during this difficult time.
Shannon and Jay Marsh

Posted by Marsh Shannon - Woodstock, GA - Friend   February 04, 2019

Steve, Maureen and girls.My sincere sympathy in the loss of your dad, father-in-law and grandfather. Thank God you have beautiful memories to cherish. Lots of hugs to all of you

Posted by Carolyn Kenney - Bellimgham, MA - Friend   February 04, 2019

Godspeed Bob, You were a good friend and will be missed by everyone you knew.

Posted by Jerry Prasser - Fond du Lac, WI - Friend   February 04, 2019

Hi Dad:

The Patriots did it!!! You are in a better place now and are not suffering. Your life for the last year and a half has been horrible. I love you more than words can express. I Miss You!!!

Posted by Stephen Patt - Manchester, NH - Son   February 04, 2019

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