D'Esopo Funeral Chapel

277 Folly Brook Boulevard, Wethersfield, CT


Pamela Mary Basile

22 novembre 194823 mars 2020

Pamela M. Basile, 71, of Hartford, passed away peacefully on Monday, March 23, 2020 at Hartford Hospital. Pamela was born in Hartford, on November 22, 1948 and was the daughter of the late Nunzio “Zip” and Mary Basile. Pam was a graduate of South Catholic High School and the Morse School of Business. She retired after a long career working in the Vital Statistics Department for the City of Hartford. Pam resided in Wethersfield for a short period of time then moved to Avery Heights in Hartford. While at Avery, Pam made many new friends whom she enjoyed socializing with. She especially enjoyed attending their concerts, socials, watching horse racing and playing Wii bowling. Pam became an expert at Wii bowling, earning the title of Wii Bowling Champion. Pam loved to wear sparkling jewelry and she loved to brighten everyone’s day. Most of all, Pam enjoyed visiting with her family whom she dearly loved. Her family will miss her phone calls and visits with her. Pam leaves behind her twin brother Frank Basile and wife Terri, her brother John Basile and wife Lisa, her sister Mary Jayne Pederson and husband Bradley. She also leaves her nephews Scott Basile and wife Barbara and their daughter Juliana, Brian Basile and wife Kristen, Matthew Basile and Erik Pederson. She also leaves her nieces Jenna Basile and Lindsay Pederson. The family would like to extend a special thank you to the wonderful nurses, aides and PT workers that cared for her health needs at Avery. Pam was especially fond of Lucy, Sean and Mark. Funeral services will be private. Memorial donations in Pam’s memory may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 2080 Silas Deane Hwy, Rocky Hill, CT 06067. The D’Esopo Funeral Chapel of Wethersfield has been entrusted with the services. For online expressions of sympathy to the family, please visit www.desopofuneralchapel.com.




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Karen (Tabara) Bowen

mars 26, 2020

MaryJane, John and Lisa , my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your families at this difficult time.
Sincerely, Karen (Tabara) Bowen

Lucy Cassarino Palowski

mars 26, 2020

Dear Family, We are sorry for your loss. The Basile and Cassarino’s were family friends. Although her best friend was Mary Anne D. , Pam always made time for her little buddy...me! Especially teaching me how to take fabric and turn it into a marvelous “mod dress” or a “matching vest and Gaucho pant set”. Pam showed me how to tease my hair, put on make-up...she favored frosted pink or white lipstick, and nail polish. Jewelry... she and I would drive store to store to find cameos and make chokers to finish off our new outfits. She was my big sister at SCHS her being a senior when I was an incoming freshman. Pam adored her twin brother and proud of his accomplishments...in college plus playing college football. You were her Joe Namath! Plus she treasured her younger brother and sister. Johnny and Maryanne. Terri...you were her heart blessing her to become an aunt. A title she treasured with all her siblings. May these memories comfort you always. God Bless you all.


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