Joan (Loza) Pasquale

April 16, 1937 ~ December 23, 2020 (age 83)


Joan (Loza) Pasquale, 83 of Kirkwood, passed away peacefully taken to Heaven on Angel’s wings, December 23, 2020.

She was predeceased by the love of her life, her husband Paul (Chubby) Pasquale; her parents, James and Matilda Logan; very special aunts & uncles, George  & Mary Ulozas,  Stuart & Jean Holmes; Her special Aunt Genevieve (Pasquale) Decker. Her lifelong friend Carol (Clow) Dury.

She is survived by her children;  son Perry (Carol) Pasquale; daughter Kristy Pasquale & Fawaz Alahmar;  son Mark Pasquale; her grandchildren; Carisa Pasquale, Jena Pasquale, Candice (Chilson) Lewis,  Alexis Pasquale & John Miller, Dakota Pasquale, Cheyenne Pasquale & Savannah Pasquale; her great-grandchildren, Wylder Lewis, Mya Pasquale, Baker & Finnley Pasquale, Salvatore Pickett;  Sister Jeannie Boudreau (California) ; Cousin Janet Miller (California); Her Brother in law Bill (Nancy) Pasquale, also many special people who were dear to her, Nephew David (Heather) Pasquale & Niece Caitlin Pasquale, Vincente Pickett-Garcia, Michelle Burke-Pasquale, Donna Lessard, Dan Lewis, Jan & Mason Cower. Mark (Shelly) Evans, Max & Matt Evans, Sherman Felton, Ron Conroy, Rick Reynolds and the entire Binghamton Agway staff. Her best friends and partners in crime; Judy DelVillano & Carolyn Hudy.

She was a devout catholic rarely missing a mass, a member of St. Mary's of the Assumption Church in Binghamton and a yearly volunteer at the their annual bazaar. She was a lifetime member of The Telephone Pioneers of America retiring from NY Telephone in 1992. It was not in her spirit to sit still.  She loved life and loved being around people. She started working after her retirement at Agway in Binghamton, for 17 years working in the nursery. There she was known by all as “Joanie”. She could be found on her lunch break proudly eating at Pasquale’s Deli. She was an avid gardener and always be outside in her yard working on her beautiful flower gardens. At night she loved playing the slots at the casino with her dear friend Judy and Aunt Gen. She lived life to the fullest never letting a moment pass without enjoying it. Her wisdom was “Live for today you are not promised tomorrow”.

Joan was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, aunt and friend who always saw the good in each and every person. She was everyone’s Mom, grandmother, and friend. She was always thinking of others, always giving gifts to everyone, and always willing to listen, giving people hope, and helping anyone however she could. There was always a seat at the holiday table in her home to anyone that needed one. She was beautiful inside and out. She was often called an “Earth Angel” as she emanated love and light to all who were blessed to have known her.

She will be missed greatly by many. She is now reunited with the love of her life and the rest of her family in heaven. The family wishes to express gratitude and thanks  to Amy and Father Clarence, Lourdes Hospice, and the entire staff at Mercy House in Endicott for the loving care and compassion that Mom received in the final weeks of her life.

Due to the current Pandemic restrictions the family will plan a memorial service in the spring of 2021. Expressions of sympathy in her memory may be made in Joan’s name to The Mercy House, 212 N McKinley Ave, Endicott NY 13760.


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