Antoinette Paschetto

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Sue has always been a friendly, welcoming face at St. Michael's. Over the past few years, I was fortunate to get to know her a little bit better while serving occasional Saturday lunches with her and the SVDP team at the Friends of the Homeless. I have missed chatting with you there, Sue, and seeing your smiling face. I'm so sorry you lost your struggle and I wish you eternal peace. My deepest condolences to your family.

Posted by: Pam Scholtz - East Longmeadow, MA   Dec 11, 2017

A beautiful angel is born.

Posted by: Lisa Basile    Dec 01, 2017

Destined for Sainthood

Posted by: Donna and Ned Obernesser - East Longmeadow, MA - friend   Dec 01, 2017

Susie, you were the life of the party no matter where you went. I will remember your retirement party with the fur coat and matching fur feet. You will be missed by all. Thoughts and prayers go out to your family. May the memory of your laughter and bright smile keep your spirit alive for those who love you.

Posted by: Arlene Rock - Longmeadow, MA   Nov 30, 2017

I knew Susie from WNEC. Susie always brought joy wherever she went. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. My sincere sympathy to her family.

Posted by: Mary Lou Hendrickson - Springfield, MA   Nov 30, 2017

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Posted by: PAUL & JOYCE BERGERON - SPRINGFIELD, MA   Nov 30, 2017

I've known Susie since Van Sickle and then Commerce. She was part of every Commerce reunion gathering for over 50 years. She was consistently big hearted and fun to be around, a friend in every sense of the word. RIP Sue it was really good to know you!

Posted by: Joan Morris Reilly - Springfield, MA   Nov 29, 2017

Sorry for your loss. Sue was a great person. My prayers are with your family.

Posted by: Mikki Langone    Nov 29, 2017

My deepest sympathy to Ron and the family.

Posted by: Beverly Bandoski - East Longmeadow, MA   Nov 28, 2017

I knew Sue from both St. Michael's and From WNEC. She was one of the most humorous people I've ever met. You couldn't help but smile and laugh when you were around her. She was a dedicated member of the parish who gave of her time selflessly. Heaven must be rejoicing at the sound of her laughter! Rest in Peace my friend. Love, Diane Fradette

Posted by: Diane Fradette - East Longmeadow, MA   Nov 28, 2017