Stanley Richard PASTERNAK

3 February , 195914 May , 2019

It is with much sadness that we announce the passing of Rick, at his home on Tuesday, May 14, 2019.

He was a kid hearted, simple man who loved to golf and spend time with his friends, and was a long time employee of Lancaster Construction. He was the youngest son of Lil and the late Stan Pasternak. Rick will be missed by his siblings, Donna, Patty, Bob and their families. There is to be no funeral or visitation, cremation has taken place, with a private family interment to be held at a later date.


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Stanley Richard PASTERNAK

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Terry Locke

20 May 2019

You will be sadly missed Rick. The laughs we shared playing baseball.the few brown pops after the games.rooting on the Leafs.....Lots of good times...... RIP my friend

Patrick McMillan

18 May 2019

Having moved out if the country thirty years ago I've not had the opportunity to connect with Ricky in many years, though my fond memories of Ricky growing up will be with me forever! Many thanks to Ricky for making my family trips to Brantford so much fun!! Rest in peace cousin :)

Maryellen Mosher

17 May 2019

My deepest condolences to Rick's family. I am so going to miss all the hugs I used to get in Jimmy and Janice's backyard. I looked forward to them every summer. Rest in peace my dear friend. I will miss you.

You are my Sunshine My only Sunshine

16 May 2019

I wonder where Ricky went when he brushed his teeth with Pepsodent. Love you to the moon and back forever and always

Wendy Kitchen

16 May 2019

You always had a smile and a hug to share whenever I ran into you. God Bless and share one of those hugs with my Momma. RIP Rick!

Kaczur Family Lancaster Construction

16 May 2019

Rick, I know you are reading this so I’m writing this to you ;-). We send our deepest condolences to your family. We appreciate you always being there for us. You are missed! Love Chad, Niki and Kieli Kaczur and the Lancaster Construction crew.