Neil J. Bassett

Lakewood, Co, New York

1955 - 2020


Lakewood, Co, New York


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Neil J Bassett Lakewood, CO - Neil J Bassett was born on January 12, 1955 in Johnson City and died on December 17, 2020 at his home in Lakewood, Colorado. He is predeceased by his parents Donald and Ursula Bassett of Vestal. He is survived by his sister Patty Bassett Cannon, his brother-in-law...

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Patty, Lisa and I would very much like to hear more about Neil's life and his passing. Would you consider calling or e-mailing?
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I was close to Neil for about 2 years '79-81. Your words very much resonate with my recollections of him. So sorry for your loss.

I am so sorry to hear of Neil's passing.

Patty and Mike, I was shocked to learn Neil had died. Please accept my sincere sympathy. Neil and I were friends in high school and played together on the tennis team. As mentioned above he would not hesitate to challenge a line call in his own, imitable style.

That was a wonderful tribute to Neil. I do remember he was a very fine swimmer.

Neil was one of those guys in high school whose face would light up when he saw you and laugh. Neil could find humor in any situation. His incredible wit came from a deep and amazing intellect that ran in tandem with his diverse musical tastes. Time with Neil was never wasted. My prayers go out to his family and those who had the good fortune of crossing paths with the guy.

I am so sorry to hear of Neil's passing. He was always smiling and I remember his laugh. We worked together as camp waiters years ago. Suffice to say we had loads of laughs and maybe, just maybe, just a little bit of hijinks. Rest well Neil. Patty and family I am sorry for your loss

I am heartbroken to hear that Neil is gone. I have more memories than I can possibly count. It was a blast sharing an apartment with Neil and Mark Weirman during college. I hope the two of them are connecting in the great beyond. I’m so glad that we had a chance to get together in CO a few years ago.
Patty, I am so sorry.

Neal was a great friend. We went to a lot of concerts together. I remember our ritual of watching the New York Giants on Sunday afternoon at the Useless Mansion, his home in Johnson City. We certainly got into our fair share of mischief together. Good bye old friend.