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Pasquale Barrasso

Died: 2018-01-25
Resided in: Danvers, MA
Viewing type: Funeral Mass Only
Viewing location: St Richard Parish
Viewing date: 2018-02-02 11AM MASS
Service type: Funeral Mass
Service date: 2018-02-02 11AM
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Funeral Mass only on 2/2/18 : 11AM AT ST. RICHARD PARISH, FOREST ST. DANVERS, MA

Pasquale A. Barrasso (Pat), 73, of Danvers passed away January 25th at Putnam Farms in Danvers. Pat was born in Winthrop, MA and was the son of the late Americo and Mary (Pasciscia) Barrasso and husband of the late Jean C. (MacNeil) Barrasso. Pat was raised in Danvers and graduated from Danvers High School - class of 1962. Pat also went on to earn Bachelors Degree's from Northeastern and Bentley University. Pat was a self-employed Tax Accountant but also honorably served our country in the U.S. Air Force. Pat had many joys in his life from his loving wife Jean and his sons David and Rico but also enjoyed watching many sporting events, his favorite being NASCAR. Pat was also someone who really enjoyed his cigars (as he was rarely seen without one) and his many trips to Las Vegas.



Pat is survived by his two sons; David Barrasso and his finance Jessica Fernandes of Danvers and Rico Barrasso of Danvers as well as extended family in Nova Scotia, Canada.

To Pat's family my sincere condolences. Pat was always one of those people everyone enjoyed being with. I will always remember him with his cigar in his mouth and the wonderful stories he would tell about the things he was doing on his bucket list. Running with the bulls was one of the more memorable. May he rest in peace and may you all remember the good times you were able to spend with Pat. Mike Kravchuk Peabody, Mass. Beijing China.
My family and I deeply saddened by the passing of Pat. I had known Pat for close to 40 years. Our condolences to Rico and David. Joe Goldman
Pat was such a kind man. Every time would went down to Boston to visit he always made us feel so Welcome.. from having the pool & drinks ready- cooking us lobsters & even having someone come to house with a drunk load of watches when Bernie mentioned he liked his watch.. You will be missed by many Pat. Give Jean & the rest of the family xoxox from us.. 💙 Thinking of you Rico & David ..xoxox
So sorry Rico and Dave.
David and Rico, So sorry for the loss of your father. Your parents were incredible people that I will always respect. I will never forget how they treated my family on all our visits to Boston and the time they took to visit and stay here with my father. This is a huge loss to everyone. My sincere condolences to you all. Donald MacNeil Orangeville, Ontario
I was very saddened to hear of Pat's passing. He had been doing my taxes for over 50 years and became a true friend. Before he did my taxes, he always had a salty joke to tell me whenever I brought him up his black coffee. And, of course, besides his loving sons, there were his dogs, another major part of his life. I'm sure he's looking down on all of us with a stogie securely planted in his mouth. We will miss you Pat.
All my thoughts and prayers are to to the family. Rest In Peace Pat.
So very sorry, my deepest condolences .
Dear David and Rocci,,,,there are no words for the sorry that you must both feel,,, Your dad will be missed by many ,,,,He was a good soul ,, I will miss his phone call, his yearly calendar and his ventures, which he always shared ,,, He loved your mother so much,,, and even last year he would call and shed a tear or two,,, hes at peace now with your mother ,,, 👏🏼 Susan
May fond memories of your father bring you comfort during this hard time.Remember all the good memories you have had over the years. He will surely be missed by many.We wish we could be there with you .during this difficult time. David and Rico you are in our thoughts and prayers. Love you guys . Kevin,Pat and Lindsay MacNeil

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