Patricia E. Baran "Patsy" Monday, June 14, 1948 - Friday, September 8, 2017
BARAN, PATRICIA E. “Patsy”, 69, Northern Cambria, passed away September 8, 2017, at UPMC Shadyside Hospital, Pittsburgh. Born June 14, 1948, in Spangler, the daughter of Charles Jr. and Rosella (Timko) Wargo. Preceded in death by parents and brothers, Charles R. “Nookie” Wargo and Dan Wargo. Survived by loving husband of 49 years, Dan S. Baran; children, Brian, husband of Stephanie (Pallone), Northern Cambria; Kelly, wife of Dan Yachtis, Northern Cambria; Scott, husband of Jennifer (Younkins), Ebensburg; grandchildren, Johnny (Megan), Stephen, Adam & Zoey; Hanna and Josh; and Audrey, Noah and Ayda. Also survived by brother, Ken (Eva) Wargo, Northern Cambria; sister-in-law, Barbara Wargo, Mentor, OH; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, John and Kathy Baran, Northern Cambria; special niece and goddaughter, Lea Baran; special nephew, Kenny Mike Wargo; special cousins, Doll Stephens and Barbara Drumm; and life-long friend, Antone Solinsky. Member of Prince of Peace Catholic Church where she was a member of the choir. She served the community as a member of the Board of Elections. Patsy spent many years as a personal care aid providing assistance and support to many making it possible for them to remain in their homes. A giving person by nature, she enjoyed cooking and baking and sharing these treats with others. Patsy loved shopping on QVC, playing the lottery, traveling with her husband and family members, with Las Vegas being a favorite destination. She did everything with a purpose and enthusiasm especially for her family which brought her the most joy by far. Time spent with her children and grandchildren was always her priority and her family gatherings and holiday meals were “over the top” as only she could do. Friends will be received from 2 - 4 & 6 - 8 p.m. Tuesday at Moriconi Funeral Home, Inc., Northern Cambria, where a vigil service will be held. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday at Prince of Peace Chapel. Fr. Donald Dusza officiating. Committal, Holy Cross Cemetery.