• Neill Funeral Home, Inc.
    Harrisburg, PA
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Pattie L. Barbuscio 1938 - 2010

Pattie L. Barbuscio

Thursday, December 30, 2010
What an honor it was to know and work with Pat at PSECU. MY deepest condolences to her family. She was a great lady and a beautiful human being.
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
Dena and Michele,
Please except my deepest condolences for the loss of your mother.
I appoligize for not being there, but because of illness I thought it best not to
come. There are a lot of memories that you have so hold on to them. I know I will.
God Bless you and your families at this difficult time.
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
Dena & Michelle,

I am sorry to hear of your mom's passing. I remember your mom from when we were little and all lived on Kennsington Street - she was always so sweet and would laugh and smile while watching us play in the front yard.

Do you remember the time that Michelle and Jonathan "ran away" on their Big Wheels - just down the street ?

And there was the time (we were teenagers) that we all got together at the beach (I think it was Wildwood) what a fun time we all had.

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
Sunday, December 26, 2010
What a wonderful mother, sister, mother-in-law, and grandmother. She will be missed. I am so thankful that we had the pleasure of sharing a recent vacation together in Florida. I will miss her smile, laugh, and the way she adored our daughter. God Bless.
Saturday, December 25, 2010
My grandmother, Pattie Barbuscio, was the best grandmother anyone could ever ask for. She was always there when anyone needed her. She didnt have a mean bone in her body and everybody who ever met her instantly fell in love with her.
My grammy was very special to me. She was the only person to call me " Little Tiffers" and I always got a big smile on my face when i heard her say it. I remember when I was little she taught me how to play the little old orgeon in her basement. I used to play " Faith for Our Fathers" and would make her dance and sing as i played. She used to tell me that one day i would play the orgeon in her church. I used to get very excited to spend the night as her house. I used to make her play odd games with me that i used to make up and she was more than happy to do it. Then we would go on trips to the grocery store and go to church. My grammy always said she loved taking me to church because I always sang "Hallelujah" louder than anyone in the church.
My grammy always had a smile on her face that could brighten up any room. When i finially got my liscense, I got a job that was close to her house. I used to go visit her and bring her carrot cake and we would sit down and eat our cake together.
Thinking back on my grammy, there are only good things to remember. She is the best grammy in the entire world and she meant everything to me. I love her so much and I always will. She will always be with us and she will never be forgoten.
I love you grammy and you will forever be my angel. <3
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