Jacquelyn

April 26, 1928 ~ June 26, 2021

Born in: Rochester, NY
Resided in: Greece , NY

 

Jacquelyn P. Licata

 

Greece: Saturday, June 26, 2021 at age 93. Predeceased by her husband, Elmer S. Licata. Survived by her daughter, Marcia DeMinco; son, Robert (Wendy) Licata; grandchildren, Jessica (Dan) Fox, Lauren (Bobby) Ghostlaw, Allen (Stephanie) Licata, Samantha (Michael) Hauschild; great-grandchildren, Jack, Ben, Olivia, Zoey and Henry; many nieces, nephews and dear friends.

 

No prior calling. Her Funeral Service will be held Thursday (July 1st) 10:00 AM at Greece Baptist Church, 1230 Long Pond Road, Greece. Interment, Falls Cemetery.

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  1. We have known Pat through Greece Baptist Church for several years and want to express our sympathy to the family, especially Marcia, whom we have met. Pat was a truly lovely lady. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
    Blessings,
    Dave and Kathy Phelps

    • Yes David I do recall meeting you I believe we were at her favorite place, Bill Gray’s. Thank you for your words of sympathy it means so much.

  2. We were honored to have Pat work at the Greece Clothing Closet for many many years. I believe she was our longest volunteer. She was such a sweet lady and was appreciated by all she came in contact with. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

    God Bless You,
    Diane Kozakiewicz
    The Greece Ecumenical Clothing Closet.

    • She loved working with all of you at the Closet and it so bothered her when she felt she no longer could work there. Thank you for your kind words and for the team always being so kind to her.

  3. It is with heavy hearts that we say good bye to Pat. She’s been our lovely neighbor for over forty years and will be sadly missed. Pat took much pride in her home and yard and we frequently found ourselves having chats with her in the yard or across the hedge. We enjoyed her bright smile as she proudly updated us on her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. We couldn’t have wished for a better neighbor and friend.
    Our sympathies and prayers go out to Marcia, Bob and her entire family. Rest in peace Pat.
    Sharon and Jim Wylot

    • Sharon and Jim, you were wonderful neighbors to Mom and she so appreciated knowing you were there if she ever needed anything. Thank you for keeping an eye out for her, it meant a lot. Thank you for your words of sympathy and for coming to the Church to honor her.

  4. We are so sorry for your loss. Your mom was a wonderful lady who helped to fill my childhood with fun & family. Your family gave me such wonderful memories. May your mom now Rest In Peace.

    • Bonnie, I was so taken aback when you and Judy were at the Church. At first with the masks I wasn’t certain who was standing in front of me. But I couldn’t have been more surprised and pleased to see you both. And if I did not react that way, I apologize, there was just so much going on. Yes, our families were wonderful childhood friends, and memories I still hold dear. Thank you so much for being there and honoring Mom. It was appreciated beyond words.

  5. My deepest sympathies to the whole family Jackie was my favorite customer and a great friend loved to see her every Friday night for 20plus years! CHEERS JACKIE YOU WILL BE MISSED! SENDING YOU A HALF A FISH FRY WITH COLESLAW AND APPLE SAUCE OR A SWEET BAKED!

    • Oh Jamie, she so loved you. I even said the following in part of the Eulogy. …And Friday nights it always had to be a fish fry. And for so many years she would go to her favorite restaurant, Forrest Hills. The people there are wonderful and always treated her so kindly. It was like the Cheers Bar – they knew her by name….

      Thank you for always being so kind and loving to her. We all will be in soon to have a fish fry and toast to honor her. Marcia DeMinco

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