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Pasquale Antonio DeAngelisPasquale Antonio DeAngelis of Pelham Manor passed away peacefully on October 27,Â 2017.Â He was 95 years old. Pasquale was born in Manhattan to Angelo and Rose De Angelis. He attended Benjamin Franklin High school. Upon graduation, Pasquale went to work for his cousin where he learned his trade as a plumber. It was also during that period that Pasquale would meet his future wife of 65 years Ann Giarletta.
In 1942 Pasquale was called to serve his country. He proudly served in the US Navy for three years. He was stationed on the Aleutian Islands, Hawaii, Saipan and Japan with the Seabees. Upon his return in 1946, Pasquale would marry his wife Ann. Together they raised their four children in Pelham Manor while Pasquale ran his plumbing and heating business P.A. DeAngelis for 40 years. Pasquale will be remembered as a funny, handsome, intelligent, loving and hardworking man who loved his family and everyone who knew him.
Pasquale is survived by his loving children, Patricia Fife, Diane Negvesky, Beverly Whalen, and Frank DeAngelis.Â He will be missed by his grandchildren Dr. William Fife Jr., Patrick Fife, Lara Fife, and Caitlin Whalen.Â great-grandchildren Aidan Fife, Isabella Fife, Bridgid Fife, Chelsea Fife, and Andrew Fife.Â He is predeceased by his wife Ann.
Â A celebration of Pasquale's life will take place at the Pelham Funeral Home located at 64 Lincoln Avenue Pelham on Sunday, October 29, from 4:00 and 8:00 pm. A Mass of Christian Burial will take place at at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church in Pelham Manor on Monday, October 30 at 9:30 am. Interment will follow at Mount Hope Cemetery in Hastings on Hudson. In lieu of flowersÂ donations may be made in Pasquale's honor to the Alzheimers Association. Please call (800) 272-3900. For more information or to leave a condolence please visit Pelhamfuneral.com.
Rest In Peace Mr. DeAngelis..God Bless You, Diane and John..from Bettie Galdo, formerly of Pelham, NY.
Bettie Galdo Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM
Our sincere condolences to the DeAngelis family.
Barbara Bennet Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM
May you Rest in Peace Mr. DeAngelis
Beverly, you have my deepest sympathy for the loss of your Dad. I know he was a great person, just like his Daughter.
CWO Frank Wescovich USCG Ret.
Frank Wescovich Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM
My Uncle Pat : Exceptional and inspirational . Memories of him as I grew up were of a man who respected and horored his parents Angelo and Rose ( my Grandparents) . Treated his sister Marie Theresa with compassion and brother in law as a sibling. Always there to help with a smile . Everyone knew his love for Aunt Ann. And of course he was always impeccably dressed.
He will be missed ,his inspiration and example will be with us always.
Paul Vertullo Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM
My Uncle "Pat" and my Godfather. I will always remember him fondly. He was a wonderful and loving brother to my mother and a great friend to my father. He always put family first. I remember his keen sense of humor and his beaming smile. We lived in the same 2-family house with the Pat and Ann DeAngelis family when I was growing up. I remember those wonderful times we spent during holidays and Sunday dinners. Uncle Pat - you are a tribute to the greatest generation. We will miss you so very much. Love, your Godchild Rosemarie
Rosemarie Vertullo Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM
My dad and Pat were first cousins. As a little kid I loved being around Pat and Ann and of course Uncle Angelo and Aunt Rose and the rest of the family. They were warm loving people. God bless
Don DeAngelis Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM
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