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Joseph Anthony Pandiscia

Posted By Hall-Wynne On October 1, 2008 @ 12:00 am In Obituaries | No Comments

In Memorial

Mr. Joseph “Joe” Anthony Pandiscia, 66, died October 1, 2008 at Cambridge Hills Assisted Living in Pittsboro following a period of declining health.

Joe was born in Hartford, CT on February 28, 1942, the son of Anthony Pandiscia and Mary DeFrancesco Pandiscia. He lived for a number of years in Newington, CT, then ten years in Westbrook, CT. Following declining health, he resided in Farmington, CT for two and 1/2 years, until his move to NC one month ago.

Joe was an administrator in the banking industry in Connecticut before his retirement. After retiring he volunteered at the Knights of Columbus in Westbrook, CT. A lifelong Catholic, Joe was an avid sportsman, especially enjoying skiing and golf. He served in the National Guard, and was a long time fan of the NY Yankees. Most importantly, Joe was proud of his three sons.

Survivors include his wife Patricia C. Pandiscia of Cary, NC; his sons, Anthony “Tony” Pandiscia and wife Angela, and their children Derek and Jillian, of Cary, Christopher Pandiscia and partner Andrea Brower of Milford, CT, and Joseph “Jay” Pandiscia of Lakewood, CO; his sister Deborah Sullivan and her husband Brian of Berlin, CT; as well as nieces and nephews.

Following cremation, a memorial service to celebrate Joe’s life will be held at a time yet to be determined.

The family requests that memorial contributions be directed to: The Alzheimer’s Association, 400 Oberlin Road, Suite 208, Raleigh, NC 27605-1351.

Online condolences to: www.griffinfuneral.com, Select Obituaries.

Arrangements are under the care of Griffin Funeral Service and Cremation, 396 West Street, Pittsboro, NC 27312. 919 542-3057.


Condolences for the family of “Joseph Anthony Pandiscia”

Condolence from Bill Albrecht on October 5th, 2008 12:00 am

Pat, To you and all of the family our condolences. Take comfort that Joe is now at peace after a very difficult struggle. My memories from HPHS as a very young kid entering DX in the fall of ’58 and looking up to some good guys like Joe, Red, Sal, Bruce, Irv and a few others will always bring a smile to me. Knowing the Ciccaglione side as a classmate of Ginger and ‘closer firend’ of Toni’s also brings back pleasant memories. Be well.

Bill DX HPHS ’62

Condolence from Bruce and Sandra Garick on October 5th, 2008 12:00 am

Dear Pat,
At this very sad time, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Joe’s gentle nature and smile will always be with us. With our heartfelt sympathy,
Bruce and Sandra Garick

Condolence from Mike Johnson on October 7th, 2008 12:00 am

Mrs. Pandiscia, Jay, Chris, Anthony, and families,

It has been a long time since I’ve seen all of you, so wanted to drop a note with my deepest condolences. I always remember Mr. Pandiscia as a great guy and as the host of our fun Little League end of the season pool parties. These are memories that I will always cherish. Our family’s thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

Take Care

Mike Johnson

Condolence from Mary Bavaro on October 7th, 2008 12:00 am

Pat and family. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. I hope you can just smile whenever you think of Joe and all the great memeories of your lives together. I will remember his wonderful smile and his concern for others. Mary Bavaro

Condolence from john riccio on October 7th, 2008 12:00 am

Pat and family: John Riccio, formerly of FDIC and Glastonbury. Worked with Joe in mid-60s thru early 70s. Visited you in Newington a couple of times, I believe. Admired Joe as a colleague and for his love of family, wanting to come off road so he could be with you more. He smartly left the rest of us on the road drinking and eating. Lenore’s and my thoughts with you all and our prayers for Joe. JR

Condolence from Rafael Oses on October 7th, 2008 12:00 am

Dear Pandiscia Family,

I was saddened to read the notice about Mr. Pandiscia. He was my first basketball coach when Chris and I were in 4th grade, and as I’ve always held affection for him and your whole family, I looked to him as a friendly, distant uncle.

I know he was proud of his family as well he should be; I send you all my deepest condolences and fond memories of my experience with him as well as with his own parents, Mrs. Pandiscia, Tony, Chris & Jay. Please stay strong, and be proud of the warm, kind, encouraging man he was.

Rafael Oses

Condolence from Brian J Woolf on October 7th, 2008 12:00 am

Dear Pat and the entire Pandiscia Family:
I learned today of the untimely passing of Joe. I got to know him before and during my tenure as Banking Commissioner 1980-1985 at the Connecticut Department of Banking where he served as one of my trusted senior managers and advisors.He was always a gentleman and I often looked to him for direction and advice, which he always gave freely with enthusiasm and dignity. I know of no one in the Department who ever had anything negative to say about him . He often traveled with me to conferences and other places both in and out of Connecticut and was always a wonderful companion.
Please accept my deepest sympathy and condolences. He will be missed!
May his dear soul rest in peace!
Sincerely
Brian J Woolf, Esq

Condolence from Morris & Toni Marshburn on October 8th, 2008 12:00 am

Tony and Family,

Our thoughts and prayers are with your entire family.

Condolence from Jeff Cianflone on October 9th, 2008 12:00 am

Pandiscia Family, please accept my sincerest condolences at this difficult time. I always thought the world of Mr. P., and know how much Jay loved and admired his dad. Here’s to fond memories …

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