Pasquale "Pat" Carbone
FUNERAL HOME
A. Azzara Funeral Home - Staten Island
183 Sand Lane
Staten Island, NY
MTA and school bus driver, beloved husband, dear brother, 79 Pasquale "Pat" Carbone, 79, passed away at his Grasmere home on September 15, 2021. Born in Brooklyn, Pat moved to Dongan Hills in the mid 1970's and settled in Grasmere last year. He was an MTA Bus Driver at the Ulmer Park Depot in Brooklyn, retiring in 1991. He also drove for the Consolidated Bus Company in Queens for NYC Board of Education student transportation from 1992 to 2002. He was proudly awarded the Safe Driving Award many times throughout his career. Pat enjoyed going to the gym, dancing and dining out. He was also an avid NY Yankees baseball fan and Oakland Raiders football fan. Pat enjoyed classic rock music from the 60's and 70's and also attended many concerts. He also enjoyed Thoroughbred Horse Racing both on and off the track. "Pat was a genuinely happy man," said his wife, Virginia. "He was kind, generous and had a great sense of humor." Pasquale "Pat" Carbone was the beloved husband of 42 years to Virginia "Ginny" (nee Lippa). He was the dear brother of the late Angelina Iazetta, Joseph and Anthony Carbone and dearest brother-in-law of Thomas Lippa, Dr. Nancy Ziehler, Barbara Duro and Angela Bove. A. Azzara Funeral Home, 183 Sand Lane, SI, NY 10305 has been honored with Mr. Carbone's funeral arrangements which include visiting on Wednesday from 4pm to 8pm. Funeral Mass at St. Ann's Church Thursday 10am. Interment follows at Moravian Cemetery. A. Azzara Funeral Home 183 Sand Lane Staten Island, NY 10305 (718) 727-1440
Published by Staten Island Advance from Sep. 18 to Sep. 19, 2021.
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Sep
22
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4:00p.m. - 8:00p.m.
A. Azzara Funeral Home - Staten Island
183 Sand Lane, Staten Island, NY
Sep
23
Funeral Mass
10:00a.m.
St. Ann's Church
NY
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Uncle Pat, Your infectious laugh and smile will always be remembered. You were kind and generous and so special to all of us. We always looked forward to being with you. We will miss you dearly. I hope there's a racetrack in heaven so you, uncle Joe, and my Dad can play the ponies. We love you! Until we meet again. Barbara, Michael, Lauren, and Michael
Barbara O'Brien
Family
September 21, 2021
What a wonderful man, kind, funny and loved his music and dancing and a great loving husband. I know you will always watch over Ginny & family. We will miss you. Rest In Peace Pat! Love Kathy & John
Kathy Fusco
Friend
September 21, 2021
R.I.P Pasquale, Your gentleness and warm personality will be missed by all of us at Ariemma's Italian Deli.
The Ariemma's
Friend
September 19, 2021
Uncle Pat you were more of a big brother than an Uncle. We had many fun memories that I will treasure forever. You are now at peace and with people you love. Love you, till we meet again :(
JoAnn Iazzetta
Family
September 19, 2021
Couldn’t ask for a better brother in law
kind, generous, funnyalways joking and smiling. Pat was so much fun to be with everywhere.at home, in restaurants, at the track, in Atlantic City, in Paris and throughout Europe on our Viking River cruise. He loved my sister Ginny dearly and we were fortunate to have him in the Lippa family so many years. We will always love and cherish the time we had with him and his memory.
Nancy & Frank Ziehler
Family
September 16, 2021
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