Calling Hours:

Thursday, December 26, from 3:00 to 7:00 PM at Collins Funeral Home.

Mass:

Saturday, December 28, at 10:00 AM at St. Paul’s on the Green Church, 60 East Avenue, Norwalk.

Interment:

St. John Cemetery, 223 Richards Avenue, Norwalk.

Contributions:

Smile Train, www.smiletrain.org or South Norwalk Boat Club Scholarship Fund, 17 Mack Street, So. Norwalk, CT 06854.

Patrick A. DeVito


September 16, 1942 ~ December 22, 2019

Patrick A. DeVito, 77, husband of Carol A. DeVito of Norwalk passed away December 22, 2019, after a brave battle with pancreatic cancer.

A life-long Norwalk resident, Patrick was the son of the late Patrick S. and Theresa Mary DeVito. He graduated Norwalk High School, class of 1960. Patrick entered the United States Navy for a three-year stint, spending much of his service at Pearl Harbor, Honolulu and Hawaii. Next, he began a lengthy career with Clairol in Stamford, CT.

Patrick is survived by his wife, Carol, children John and his wife Marsha and Mathew and his wife Maria; grandchildren Zachary, Sophia, and Isabella; siblings Albert P. DeVito of Tampa, FL, formerly of Norwalk and Alfred C. DeVito of Norwalk.

Patrick was an active sort, always on the move and as a graduate of New Haven College he participated in many charities and activities. His accomplishments include: softball umpire for 35 years; Shellfish Commission; Lifetime Member of the South Norwalk Boat Club; Small Fry Baseball president and coach.

Funeral services will be held on Saturday, December 28, at 10:00 AM at St. Paul’s on the Green Church, 60 East Avenue, Norwalk. Interment will follow at St. John Cemetery, 223 Richards Avenue, Norwalk.

Calling Hours will be held Thursday, December 26, from 3:00 to 7:00 PM at Collins Funeral Home, 92 East Avenue, Norwalk.

No flowers, please, contributions may be made to: Smile Train, www.smiletrain.org or South Norwalk Boat Club Scholarship Fund, 17 Mack Street, So. Norwalk, CT 06854.

  1. To my brother Patrick, somewhere on your way to heaven, I profusely apologize for leaving the names of our deceased brother Michael and your very much alive son Michael off the submission of the obituary. If you were going to any other destination, I would never hear the end of it. So relax and enjoy the view. See you when I see you.

    December 25, 2019
    Alfred DeVito -
  • Many years ago I had the pleasure of interacting with Pat on two accounts. We were both an active part of Small Fry Baseball and I worked in the packaging industry and would see Pat at Clairol. Although it’s been a long time, I never forgot Pat. He was truly “one of the real nice guys.” I’ve never forgotten him, and at this sad time, please accept my sincerest condolences on his passing. There are some people who pass through you life, that you never forget. Pat was one of those people for me. May he rest in peace.

    December 25, 2019
    John Kammerman -
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