January 31, 1919 - September 18, 2020

Julia Angelina Pasqualino, 101, of Baldwin, New York passed away on September 18, 2020. Beloved wife of the late Charles. Loving mother of Francis, Charles, Diane, Regina and the late Carol Ann. Cherished grandmother of twelve grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. Reposing at the Fullerton Funeral Home, Inc., 769 Merrick Road, Baldwin, New York on Thursday, September 24, 2020 from 2:00-4:00 p.m. and 7:00-9:00 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial on Friday, September 25, 2020, 10:00 a.m. at Saint Christopher's Church in Baldwin, New York. Entombment to follow at Holy Rood Cemetery in Westbury, New York. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Long Island Cares Food Bank at www.licares.org or St. Jude Children's Research Hospital at www.stjude.org.

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Thoughts & Prayers

Posted by Christine Muratore Evans on
Our sincere sorrow for our dear departed Aunt Julia. The sparkle of her eyes and smile are indelibly marked on our hearts. A quiet strength and wise, loving woman. We are grateful for our memories and the love she shared so generously. In peace and respect.
Love niece Christine and Dean
Posted by Doris martir on
My dear beautiful friend .. I didn’t know of her passing..my heart is crying and broken for your loss..words will only bring tears.
You were always such a loving and caring daughter..may she RIP..all my love Doris..
Posted by Charles Pasqualino on
Thank you both for your very kind words. Mom was very much a remarkably wonderful person to ALL and will truly be missed.
Posted by Connie Chambers on
Aunt Julia and I had a history per say,
The time in our lives
When trials and tribulations came our way.
We talked with laughter, and felt with our tears,
We had one anothers words to overcome fears .
And We continued through the days of many years.
We lived close in distance,
But closer in heart and love ,
My Mother was a contributing factor
Their bonding was - hand in glove .
They are together again now from above .
Aunt Julia -
My bingo partner
My waldbaum shopper
Sons of Italy get away
And nights we sat to crochet .
And whenever we both were in need or want
We were one another's confidant
Always in my life
Aunt Julia (and Uncle Charlie)
As I was in yours
Rest in peace , in love
your niece....Connie
Posted by John LaSpina on
Frank and Family...,
My time on the lanes with your mom convinced me that I want to be just like her. I’m in Florida and wish I could be with you all. God Bless your Mom.... I thought she was Great and He will agree! John and Anita LaSpina and all your bowling friends at Maple Lanes RVC
Posted by Frank Pasqualino on
Truly the end of an era. All the memories come flooding back of the wonderful times spent with family in her and Uncle Charlie's basement, backyard, and kitchen. My heart is heavy... Godspeed Aunt Julia!
Love Frankie and Donna
Posted by Suzanne terrio on
It gave her great joy simply to access the potatoes in my Texas pantry to whip up a frittata for all of us “before the potatoes went bad”. Man! She made the best pizzas! Her devotion as a mother would lead her to save the last piece of chocolate pudding pie - aka “ice box cake”-for one of her loved one’s cravings.
She found comfort showing appreciation for the littlest things more than the ostentatious. Aunt Julia knew just how far to exert her raw honesty in a way that only she could.
She exemplified a generation of nurturing women who protected their spouse and children til the very end.
She was loved and cared for in return because that is what she did for her family. It seemed to come naturally for her.
Aunt Julia= “The Peace maker”

Rest in the peace you always valued.

Thanks for the simplicity.

Posted by Ben Mastrocola on
The final pillar in our family is gone. The end of a generation. What's known as the greatest generation. Aunt Julia was certainly one of the great pillars that held our family together. She will sourly be missed. It's up to us, my cousins. God bless the Pasqualino family.
Love, Ben and Virginia
Posted by Diane Pasqualino on
Let her legacy live on with pure love in your hearts as she did.
Never a harmful, selfish,
Greedy, jealous attribute.
Such an amazing beautiful person who never asked for anything except can she cook for you.
Miss her so much already ????
Posted by Maureen Cerami on
Mrs. P.
You were one of the kindest, loving woman I had the honor to have known! Thanks For Being You,
Posted by Regina Pasqualino on
There are too many words & wonderful moments, yet none enough to give even a glimpse of our Extra-Ordinary Mom: woman, daughter, sister, aunt, GODmother, Mother, Great Grandmother, friend, devoted, devotional, Peace-maker, nurturer you many,... my heart & brain ache... though I know you’re happy to be with Dad, Carol Ann, your siblings & parents, & friends! At HOME...
My poem OUR MOM only partly shares what’s in my heart... ALWAYS...+++JMJ, We’ll see each other again...????
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