Kay L. PASSALACQUA (nee Anderson), age 71. Beloved wife of Tony. Loving mother of David (Vanessa), Michael (Katie), Suzanne, John (Susan), and Mary. Beloved grandmother of Isabella and Olivia. Dear sister of Craig Anderson. Dear aunt and friend to many. Kay passed on Friday, March 18th surrounded by her family.
VISITATION, THURSDAY, MARCH 24TH FROM 4-8 PM AT THE ZABOR FUNERAL HOME, 5680 PEARL RD. PARMA (BETWEEN RIDGE AND SNOW ROADS). MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL, FRIDAY, MARCH 25TH AT 11:00 AM AT ST. CHARLES BORROMEO CHURCH. INTERMENT, HOLY CROSS CEMETERY.
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Messages of Condolence
Sincerest sympathies to the family for their loss of KAY. She was a long-time friend and co-worker. I’m grateful for being able to talk to her recently to tell her I loved her. Rest peacefully my dear friend. I will miss you. ❤
Please know that you are in my prayers. Requescat in pace,
My sincerest condolences to the Passalacqua family. I knew Kay most of my life having belonged to the same church and having worked with her for many years. She was such a ‘mom’ to all the residents she worked with and they truly loved her as family. God was ready to welcome her Home. God bless all of you.
Kay will long be remembered by our family for her years of care for our son, Stephen, when she worked at Alpha 3. Suzie, you and your family have our deepest sympathies for the loss of your mom. May she rest in peace.
Dear Tony and Family,
Our deepest sympathy on your loss of Kay. She was a very special neighbor and friend. Let the happy memories of things you did together help you through difficult times.
We cannot give you our sympathy in person because we are still in Florida, but you are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Kenny and Linda Fruce
What a GREAT lady and woman of faith. Her last months here were not very kind to her and to the family. However, love triumphs in the end as she was called back to where she began in the heart of God. She has been an inspiration to us as a person of deep faith and a heart full of love. We can see her in her usual place, not being able to walk but full of smiles and with a word of encouragement for everyone. There was always a sense of joy about them as she shared her smiles and Suzi shared her life with us and her job experiences. When Suzi served at MAss she always had a beaming smile on her face and joy in her voice. We will miss Kay as she defined who we are at St, Matthias, a joyful and caring gathering of people of faith. Now we can pray to her and for you who experience a much larger sense of loss. Prayers of love and blessings be with you as she hears the voice of God say, Well done good and faithful servant, come to the kingdom prepared for you fromthe beginning of time.” Deacpm Ken and Carole Golonka.
Mr. Passalacqua and Suzie,
My sincerest sympathy to you and your family during this difficult time.