William R. Bravo, 72, of Sciota, PA, passed away Monday, June 21, 2021 at St. Luke's Hospice House surrounded by his family. He was the husband of Patricia A. Fascio, with whom he was married for 22 years. Born in New York, NY he was the son of the late William and Lorenza Bravo. For 24 years, he worked as a computer programmer for New York Life Insurance Company. After retiring from New York Life, he merged his two passions of automobiles and art and became a graphic designer with a specialty in classic cars. He was a long-time member and regular lector at St. Luke's Catholic Church in Stroudsburg. In addition, he was a faithful volunteer for Meals on Wheels as well as a judge for the Lehigh Career & Technical Institute. He was a contributing artist for the America on Wheels Museum, a lifelong drummer, artist, and a devoted family man.
His family was his greatest treasure. He leaves a legacy of generosity and love. His presence was a true blessing and one that will be missed tremendously by those who loved him most.
He is survived by his spouse Patricia; sister Lorraine Bravo; sister Olga Bravo and her wife Becky Wagner; son William and his wife Evelyn; son Michael; daughter Ronnie and her husband Kevin Bobbitt; daughter Michele and her husband Fred Moore; five grandchildren: Carlos and Stephanie Bravo; Isabella and Sophia Bobbitt; and Isaac Moore.
Visitation at 11:00 AM, Funeral Service at 12 Noon, Friday, June 25th at West Laurel Hill Funeral Home, Inc., 225 Belmont Avenue, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004.
Published by Morning Call on Jun. 25, 2021.