Patrick Flanagan

Date of Death: 
February 12th, 2021

Patrick F. Flanagan, "HAMMY", age 60, died Friday February 12, 2021 at St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne PA. Born and raised in the Mayfair section of Philadelphia, Pat was employed with PNC Bank for the past 35 years. Pat was an avid fan of everything Phillies (except the bullpen), as well as the Philadelphia Eagles. Pat was a lover of horse racing, Nascar and Coors Light. He is predeceased by his parents the late Francis and Marie (nee Tennyson). He will be sadly missed my his wife Diane (nee McLaughlin) and his loving daughter Rachel Flanagan. Pat is the loving brother of Maureen Sweeney and her husband Dave, Sheila Quigley and her husband Joe, Mark Flanagan and his wife Chris and Monica Flanagan. He is also survived by many nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews. The family would like to extend a special thanks to Dr. Pat and the staff at Davita in Newtown PA. Relatives and friends are invited to his visitation on Friday, February 19, 2021 from 9:30 - 11am at Our Lady of Grace Church, 225 Bellevue Ave. Penndel PA 19047. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11am. Interment will be held privately. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Leukemia and Lynphoma Society.

Memories and Condolences

Pat was one of the little guys from Barnett st along with his brothers and sisters. His dad was a fireman and well respected man amongst the men on the street. Mrs Flanigan was a great mom and neighbor who always had a smile for those who had questions for her. Aunt Rita was a funny and had an amazing personality which as a young man didn't happen much because older people didn't really spend much time to explain stuff to you. All of the Flanigan children were, funny, easy to talk to and NEVER acted bossy or controlling any time you were in their company... Great family raised by a fireman and his great wife.... That doesn't happen any more, shame
I haven’t seen pat , AKA hammy in quite some time but he was one hell of a good guy. I would like to send my condolences to pats entire family. He will be missed!!!! Rest in PEACE my friend.
My sincerest condolences to the family.
I have worked with Pat for many years at PNC Bank. He was always professional and pleasant. He would never complain, even when I could tell he was in some discomfort. He loved his job and his family very much. He was always anxious and very motivated to return to work and always went above and beyond to lend a helping hand. He would bring in delicious pound cake on occasions and it would not last for long. Pat will be truly missed.
I had the wonderful opportunity to work with Pat here at PNC Bank. He was a great person and always had me laughing. He would ask me a favor and I'd drop anything I was doing to help him out. He was just that good of a guy. My condolences to his family. "Until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of his hand."
I was privileged to work with Pat for several years while on the Streamline Line Plus renewal team in Indianapolis. While I never met him personally, I considered him a friend. He was always very helpful to me in completing letter of credit renewals. I am saddened to hear of passing and offer my sincere condolences to his family.
What a great guy. He will be missed. My sincerest condolences to the family.
I am so sorry to hear about Pat. I worked with Pat at PNC for many years. He kept us entertained especially around the Kentucky Derby. Every year we would ask him to help us place our bets. And with me I picked the horse by the colors the jockey was wearing so he made sure to give me the newspaper with the colored pictures...LOL. He was always helpful from when he was a collector to his letter of credit days. He always had a positive attitude and never complained. My condolences to his family & friends. He will be greatly missed. RIP Pat. Heaven has gained a special angel.
Pat your the man bro - my thoughts and prayers to your family - you are missed dearly - RIP cuz
I am so saddened to hear the news of Pat's passing. He will always have a special place in my heart. We worked together for more years then I can remember and he was so funny and justs a joy to work with. I will always remember him selling the candles for his daughter's school. He will be missed - my sincerest condolences to his family.
I am so sad to hear about Pat’s passing. I worked with Pat on the Modifications team. We shared a cubicle wall. He would always be able to inject humor when we faced stress. I remember talking to him about his beloved daughter making her college choice. We celebrated her choice of University of South Carolina. He was proud of her. He would beam. He was always professional and a gentleman. He will be missed. My heartfelt condolences goes out to the family.
I had the good fortune of working with Pat at PNC. He would always bring a smile to my face when I saw him because I knew I was in for a few minutes of verbal sparing over Philadelphia sports teams. Once you met him, you couldn’t forget him. My condolences and deepest sympathies to his family and friends. RIP Pat.
I worked with Pat at PNC for several years. We connented on tennis. Pat knew that it was my favorite sport and during the Majors, he was text me and say, Tennis is on, why!!!!. For me, the Australian Open is being played now instead of in late January. What a tribute to Pat! Pat was great co worker and will sure be missed. My condolences to his family.
Whenever we tell our kids stories of growing up in Philly, they get jealous as we reminisce about the people and places of our times. They especially like the fact that everyone had a nickname and of course Patrick Flanagan was Hammy. Hammy lived in the corner house on the famed Barnett block where he was able to keep a close eye on Tony's across the street. He grew up with the Barnett Bombers, on a hall of fame street with just a short walk to Allen School Yard. Allen Yard housed multiple age groups of friends from all circles of life. One thing we all had in common though is everyone knew Hammy. And of course everyone loved him. He was a teddy bear of a man, always with a smile and a laugh, a pat on the back or a heart felt bear hug. He was fun to be around and just had a natural way of showing he cared about you. Hammy is just one of those guys that you smile when you think about him. He was a great friend, a great guy and a true part of the fond memories we have growing up together in Philly. These friendships last a lifetime and Hammy will be missed by all his friends who loved him dearly.
Our sincere condolences to Diane, Rachel and the entire Flanagan family. With Love, Pat (Lawler) and Steve Simpson.
We feel such a loss with Pat or “Hammy” heading to heaven. Since I met Pat in grade school, he approached life with a positive attitude that was felt by those around him. He always had a caring thought for others, never failed to smile or help others with his fighting spirit. He did everything with a zest that carried over to his family, work and friends. It went into everything he did and the interest he showed in people. Pat knew everyone, always drew a crowd and ensured you were part of it. I was lucky to be a close friend early in life and then later as we grew our families. At a time when things got tough and my home flooded, there was Pat to lend support with a phone call. Despite thousands of miles of separation, he still tried to lend a hand. That was Pat! Family was something that Pat valued. From his mom, his dad, Aunt Rita, his sisters, Mark and most importantly his wife Diane and his Daughter Rachel whom he was so proud of and loved. Not a call passed that we did not talk family and Pat truly cherished everyone. Thank you for being a great person and friend. I know the entire extended Allen School Yard community, his colleagues at PNC and I will miss Pat. Rest in peace with family & friends in heaven Pat. You will always be a part of us!
To Diane, Rachael, Mark, Maureen, Sheila and Monica, So sorry to hear about Pat and his health struggles. My sincerest sympathies to you all regarding his passing. I'm sure Pat will be missed. Love to all, Kathy and Jim
I was saddened to learn of Hammy's passing. Yes, he will always be Hammy to me and many of his Philadelphia friends. We spent countless hours at Chickie's watching the Phillies, Eagles, after softabll or flag football or just drinking beer and laughing. Since I moved away, I haven't see Hammy since about 2005/2006. But in looking at this photo, it brings back many memories. Diane and Rachel, my heart breaks for you. I hope you can find peace. God Bless you Hammy, may you rest in peace. Love - Judy(Bev)Black
I am so sad to hear about Pat’s passing. I had the pleasure of working with Pat at PNC for many years. He had such a great personality and he always made me smile. He loved his family and was so proud of Rachel. I will always think of Pat during Super Bowl and Kentucky Derby as he always organized our work pools around these events. We also would listen each day for 98.1 Vacation of the day! It was so exciting when Pat and Diane’s names were called. Pat will be missed! My condolences to his family. RIP Pat.
So so sad to hear of Hammy's passing. He was certainly one of the people you grow up with and remember for the rest of your life. Studie, your comments here summarized my thoughts and memories. Well said! My thoughts and prayers to the entire Flanagan family. Hammy was a special person who touched so many lives. He will be missed dearly.

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