27 Jul 2022 2:08 PM | Tracy Collins Boyle (Administrator)

It is with sadness that we announce the passing of a wonderful colleague and friend to the Nursing Profession. Patricia Anne Roberts passed away recently and in order to make her memory a blessing We will share her arrangements, wishes of her family and some loving words from a friend.

A Celebration of Life Mass Service will be held for PATRICIA ANNE ROBERTS on Saturday, July 30, 2022 at 10:00 AM at OUR MOTHER OF GOOD COUNSEL CHURCH in Bryn Mawr, PA.

Visitation will begin at 9:00 AM. The service will be LIVE STREAMED at

The Roberts Family invites and welcomes family members and friends to A Celebration of Life at Bryn Mawr College Student Life and Wellness Center Atrium follwing the Church Service. This location was chosen as a remembrance and celebration of the many students Patti helped there.

In Lieu of flowers, Please send contributions in her memory to the following organizations in support of cancer research and assistance.

* Ovarian Cancer Research Center at Penn Medicine's Abramson Cancer Center. Checks made out to "Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania" with Patricia Anne Roberts name in the Memo line. ATTENTION: Maddie Hansen, 3535 Market Street, Philadelphia PA 19104 or visit

* National Ovarian Cancer Coalition: 888-OVARIAN or Golden Girls NOCC team. You can also join them for the Philadelphia NOCC walk in the Fall.

*If you have a special charity in your heart, please make a contribution to that cause in the name of Patricia Anne Roberts.

We would like to share some wonderful memories of Patricia Anne Roberts from Beth Kotarski.

"Pat was hired in the early 2000’s at Haverford. she was working as a nurse in critical care at BM Hospital at the time and she continued on at the hospital on weekends even after starting with Haverford.  Pat was instrumental in managing the daily clinic operations at Haverford, and her many nursing skills served the clinics at both Haverford and Bryn Mawr well.

Pat came to Bryn Mawr College a little over 4 years ago, and became the head nurse in 2020. Even with her health challenges, she was an invaluable member of the medical team during the onset of the Covid pandemic and helped to support the college’s response to Covid.

Pat was the quintessential nurse—always calm and cool in a crisis. She touched so many students’ lives with her caring words and practical advice. She was proud mom of 4 children who, along with her husband Tom, were the center of her world. Pat was the best nurse, friend, and colleague anyone could ask for. Her spirit will live on in the hearts of those who loved her."

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