Pasquale J. Maglione
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Pasquale J. Maglione JAMES ISLAND - Entered into eternal rest on Thursday, July 8, 2010, Pasquale James Maglione, widower of Jean Gault Maglione. The relatives and friends of Pasquale J. Maglione are invited to attend his Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 AM, Saturday, July 10, 2010, at Nativity Catholic Church. The Rite of Committal will be at Holy Cross Cemetery. The family will receive friends this Friday evening between 5:00 and 7:00 PM at the James A. McAlister Funeral Home, 1620 Savannah hwy.. Mr. Maglione was born on Friday, May 22, 1925, in Montcalir, NJ. a son of Anthony and Bendetta Squagamore Maglione. He graduated from Montclair High School, received a BS Degree in Education from Paterson State University and a MS Degree from Kean College in 1957. Mr. Maglione was a devoted educator in Montclair, NJ., at Baxter Patrick School on James island, at CE Williams School in Charleston and at the College of Charleston until his retirement. He honorably served our country in the U.S. Army and was a combat veteran of the Battle of the Bulge during World War II where he was wounded in battle. Mr. Maglione was the recipient of a Purple Heart and Bronze Star for his heroism. He is survived by his children: Anthony C. Maglione and his wife, Betsy, of Mt. Pleasant and Helen M. Corriera and her husband, Richard, of Gainsville, FL; two grandchildren, Anthony Maglione, Jr. and his wife, Jaime and Alan Maglione; a sister, Angelina M. Darpino and a brother, Joseph Maglione. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to Mission on the Move P.O. Box 206, Springfield, GA 31329. Arrangements by JAMES A. MCALISTER, Inc. 766-1365. His Guest Book may be signed at www.jamesamcalister.com. Visit our guestbook at www.postandcourier.com/deaths

Published by Charleston Post & Courier on Jul. 9, 2010.
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I have known Pat for greater than 10 years . He was my friend. He was always brutally honest and made it a point to exhort me to live life to the fullest. I will miss him . My condolences to his family. He always spoke so lovingly about you.
Mabel Welch
July 20, 2010
Like Lynn Laurenti, I was Mr. Mag’s sixth-grade student in Woodcliff Lake. I think I can speak on behalf of my fellow sixth graders when I say that we all loved Mr. Mag. He was, among other things, an avid soccer player. During recess every day in the schoolyard he taught us boys how to dribble, pass the ball and make goals. He was all but religious in his devotion to what Latinos call “futbol.” Because of Mr. Mag I forced my parents to buy me a regulation soccer ball. I spent hours at home in my backyard practicing and, I thought, became quite good at the sport. Mr. Mag died a few days short of this year’s World Cup finale. I could go on here and describe his wondrous classroom antics, his innumerable ways of endearing himself to us students and teaching us how to write—as I’m writing now. To make a long story short and return to soccer, let me use the Spanish words and say that for me personally, hands down, P. J. Maglione wins La Copa Mundial.
James Reiss
July 14, 2010
Mr. Mag was my sixth grade teacher at Woodcliff Lake Elementary School in 1952. He changed my life by recognizing and honoring my individuality. He praised my writing, which prompted me to pursue a very successful career as a journalist and PR writer. I had the immense pleasure of seeing Mr. Mag on two occasions over the past 10 years, when he was passing through Fort Lauderdale on vacation. I'm so glad that I told him all his mentorship meant to me. He was a gifted teacher and a wonderful person who touched so many lives.
Lynn Laurenti
July 14, 2010
Helen,
He was the best teacher.
Sandi Fuller
sandi carl
July 12, 2010
None who knew him or were blessed to have him as a teacher will forget him! Mr. Mag was the best. He made me love coming to class. An outstanding teacher and friend and for many years a neighbor. You will be missed by all. My condolences to the family. I will remember you always.
Elaine Cooper Gilmore
July 12, 2010
Helen,
I offer my condolences to you and your family at this time of sorrow.
Orin Yaw
July 12, 2010
Mr. 'Mag' was not my teacher - he taught the other 6th grade class at Edgemont Elementary School in Montclair NJ. How lucky the other class was to have him for a teacher. We got to see him for shared activities. He always made us laugh and easily got us to cooperate. A joint class trip to NYC was that much more fun because he was part of it. He's always been a model for me of what makes a good teacher.
My condolences to Helen and family,
Catinka Knoth
July 12, 2010
"Mr. Mag" was my 6th grade teacher. I have a picture of him with the rest of my classmates at Edgemont Elementary above my desk. He was one of the most dedicated and beloved teachers I have ever experienced; and he touched many more the same way. Rest in Peace, Mr. Mag.
Geoff Waggoner
July 11, 2010
Helen and Family,

Words, however kind, can't mend your heartache: but those who care and share your loss wish you comfort and peace of mind. May you find strength in the love of family. Good journey Pasquale......
Lisa Bramos
July 9, 2010
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
David & Peggy Kochert
July 9, 2010
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