Pasquale

September 30, 1928 ~ July 24, 2021

Born in: Rochester, New York
Resided in: Rochester, New York

Pasquale A. DelVecchio

On July 24th, 2021, at the age of 92, Pasquale left this earth to reunite with his wonderful wife Lena who passed away in 2020. He is survived by his daughter Patty and son-in-law Rick Scarlata, his loved grandchildren Amy and Gerry Blanchard, Matt and Joanne Scarlata and cherished great-grandchildren Tyler, Trevor and Kylie. He is also survived by his brother-in-law and sister-in-law Al and MaryLou Bellavia, brother-in-law Donald Hart, nieces, nephews and many friends who always enjoyed his humor and generosity. He also leaves behind his lifelong and loyal friend Sam Tripi.
Funeral services will be private.
A special heartfelt thank-you to everyone who cared for him at the Hildebrandt Hospice Care Center. We will never forget the loving and tender care he received on his last journey.
In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Hildebrandt Hospice Care Center/Rochester Regional Health Foundations 330 Monroe Avenue Suite 400 Rochester, NY 14607 in his memory.  For more information and to sign his online guestbook, visit www.meesonfamily.com

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Hildebrandt Hospice c/o Rochester Regional Health Foundations

330 Monroe Avenue Suite 400
Rochester, NY 14607,

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  1. Dad,
    I never could have envisioned losing you and Mom in 9 months. These losses have left my heart torn apart. To think I will never hear you call me “Trish” or hear that vibrant laugh of yours again is hard for me to accept. The only way that I can ever accept this is to imagine you reunited with Mom, your family and the many friends you lost along the way. I can already hear the laughter that you are creating and picture your infamous tap dance as you greet everyone. I’m certain you are entertaining heaven right now.
    When I think of you there are three words that come to mind…Generosity, Humor and Strength. These are the qualities that made you the man you were and the gifts that will forever be your legacy to our family.
    There was nobody in the world more generous than you. You gave to everyone, store clerks, bank employees, doctor’s office staff, grandkids, all kids and everyone you came across at every establishment you frequented. And your gifts were all varieties. Flowers, coins, candy, perfectly pressed one-dollar bills, household supplies, folded five-dollar bills and even two-dollar bills. Yes Dad, you were always different. But your generosity was always limitless. You shared with everyone even when you had little. No matter what it took you worked hard to be sure I always had everything I needed and all the extras too. You worked hard for everything you had and depended on no one for handouts.
    I think the greatest gift you gave all of us was your sense of humor. No one could captivate a crowd like you. You certainly mastered the creative talent of one-liners and practical jokes. Your personality lit up every room with laughter and smiles. When people remember you they will undoubtedly have a story about something you said or did for a laugh. Dad, you brought much joy to all of us and your smile will live in my heart forever.
    You possessed an inner strength like no other. You were strong, stubborn and gritty. And you always did things your way. Your life was not always easy and you faced many difficult circumstances. But no matter what the obstacle you always managed to come out on top. Your resilience was undeniable. Even to the very end when you fought so hard to hang on before taking your last breath.
    We’ve been through a lot of challenges in the last few years. It wasn’t always smooth sailing but in the end we both realized that in spite of all the life changes and outside influences our bond as father and daughter was never broken. I know you always loved me and I will always be grateful that when we needed each other the most the love between us was the strongest. Dad, your “Trish” will never forget you and my heart will forever be filled with your laughter.
    I love you,
    Trish

  2. Pat
    Will be missed so much by all at Latta Rd Wegmans Service Desk. My day was made brighter every time Pat stopped by to say hello. Offer a joke share a laugh give a hug! I will miss his smile his voice on the phone his compassion! RIP You will be greatly missed! ❤️🙏🏻

  3. We are sooooo deeply saddened by this news. Pat was the funniest, sweetest, most kind man. 💖 Our condolences.. Always, The Calandra family.

  4. Oh no, so sad. I was his paper boy and used to cut his grass while he was on vacation. He was so very good to me, gave me my first car when I was just 15…. loved that guy so much…. my prayers 🙏 ❤

  5. I hope a lifetime of memories carry you through this time of grief. My condolences on the loss of your father.

  6. Patty,Rick and family. It was with great sadness that we read about Dad. Some of our most cherished memories date back to those early years with him. He will always be in our hearts. With love. Tony and Sandy Pettrone

  7. Patty, Rick and family,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Pat was always fun loving and made everyone smile. May he rest in the glory of God and be by your mother’s side for eternity.
    Patti (Liberatore) Greco, Sam and Samantha & Matthew

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