Patrick Michael DeMarco

April 14, 1932 - January 22, 2022

04/14/1932 - 01/22/2022

Patrick Michael DeMarco, 89, of Bellaire, OH passed away on Saturday January 22, 2022, at The Continuous Care Center of Wheeling Hospital.

He was born April 14, 1932, to the late Louis and Constance DeMarco.

He graduated from St John Grade and High Schools and from Steubenville College (now Franciscan University) and earned a Masters Degree in education administration. Patrick taught in several local schools and served for a time as Bellaire City Planner. He was an Army volunteer during the Korean War but was granted a hardship discharge upon the death of his father and was not deployed.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sister Corinne DeMarco.

Surviving is his sister Christine DeMarco.

Arrangements by Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Homes, 441 37th Street Bellaire, OH were private.

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Nelson Rogers
8 months ago

Mr DeMarco was a very impactful teacher at SJC Elementary. I always felt he genuinely cared s as about my education.

11 months ago

Pat was my history teacher at St. John’s.
Later in life I worked with him on city planning issues. He was a good teacher, always enjoyed talking to him.
RIP..May his memory be for a blessing.

Joe DeGenova
11 months ago

I grew up knowing the entire DeMarco family. They were great friends with my mom and dad. I had the pleasure of working with Pat at St. John Central Grade School. Pat was a dedicated teacher and had a strong faith. May he rest in peace.

Steve and MaryJo (Zacchini) Kurko
11 months ago

We will miss you as a kind and sweet neighbor Pat. You had many great conversations with Steve and It was always such a pleasure to see you on the Hill . We send our kindest prayers to your family.

Sandra Trigg Marling
11 months ago

My condolences on the loss of a very nice man. I knew him many years and he was always a king and loving person.

Terriann Bonfini
11 months ago

I’m so sorry to hear about Pat’s passing Years ago I taught with him at St John Grade School and he was always cordial.