Phyliss J. Pasono
January 11, 1935 ~ August 5, 2009
Pasono, Phyliss J. Gates: August 5, 2009 at age 74, after a long battle with cancer she is at rest now. She is survived by her son and special daughter-in-law, Michael (Lisa) Pasono; daughter, Tricia (Ludwig) Pasono; grandchildren, Mikey, Joey, Nicky & Mason; sister, Rosemarie Nicoletta; brother, Patrick (Marge) Buccione of Nevada; nieces and nephews, who she was affectionately known as “Auntie Fiss”, Peter, Kathy, N.J. & Larry; many dear friends; her beloved dog “Danny”. Phyliss’ family would like to extend a sincere thank you to the wonderful staff at the Sunset House for their endless compassion and great care. Her Celebration of Life Service will be held, Friday, 7 P.M. in the Chapel of Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road. Interment held at the convenience of family. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Sunset House, 3746 St. Paul Blvd, Rochester NY 14617 in her memory.
All my thoughts are with you all @ this time of sorrow.
Forever in our hearts, my auntie physs! I will never forget you or all that you gave me as a young child. I remember your smile, your laugh, your love to dance, to sew and to garden and most of all your beautiful raven mane. I will miss you and remember you always.
Peace, love & joy…
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your Mom. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.
It has not been to often in my life that I have crossed paths with one of such rich personality as Phyliss. Phyliss always kept things fun and exciting and I never knew what to expect. She was full of character and it will never be the same here for me at St. Jude’s without her here. We came on board here at Jude’s at the same time and I feel a piece of it is missing now. My heart goes out to all of you. She will truly be missed.
My heart goes out to all of you.
With my deepest sympothy,
MY THOUHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH MICHAEL AND TRICA. I KNEW PHYLISS WHEN WE WORKED AT BURROUGHS TOGETHER. I ALSO SHARED AN APARTMET WITH PHYLISS AND TRICIA. PHYLISS AND I WENT TO CERAMICS TOGETHER, AND WENT OUT PARTYING WITH THE GANG FROM BURROUGHS. WE SHARED SUCH GOOD TIMES TOGETHER, AND WE DID SOME PREETY STRANGE THINGS ON THE 2ND SHIFT. IT WAS SUCH A PLEASURE TO KNOW HER & SHE WAS A WARM GENTLE SOUL AND I KNOW SHE’S WITH ALL THE ANGLES OF HEAVEN. I WILL MISS HER VERY MUCH ANDKEEP HER IN MY HEART. TRICIA, COULD YOU PLEASE GIVE MEA CALL I WOULD LIKE TO TALK 585 385-0403 WITH LOTS O LOVE CINDY HILL
To Mike and Lisa and all of Phyliss’ family, my heartfelt sympathy. Your Mom was a wonderful person and we enjoyed some great moments together at Sunset House. Her wonderful sense of humor and sarcasm made me smile so many times. When I last saw her, about ten days before she died, she told me that she enjoyed my company very much, and believe me, the feeling was mutual. I know, Mike, that you struggled greatly with the decision to have your Mom live at Sunset House. I want you to know, and I hope you feel it in your heart already, that you did ABSOLUTELY the right thing in having her there. Sometimes the decisions that we make based on love are the hardest to make, but in the long run they give us the most comfort. Your Mom told me over and over how proud she was of you and how much she loved you. Just as your Mom is at peace now, I hope that you also are at peace in knowing that you made her last days the very best they could ever be and that you did it because you loved her.