Mildred Ann Pascuzzi

January 8, 1955February 4, 2019
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After a short illness Mildred Ann Watkins Pascuzzi, a loving wife and mother passed away on Monday February 4, 2019, at home with her husband Cosmo and son Michael by her side. Mildred was born in Syracuse New York on January 8th 1955, to Barbara and Fred Watkins, and was a graduate of ESM High School (‘73) in Syracuse, New York. While in Syracuse Milly worked for Carrier Air-Conditioning. In 1984 she moved to the Albany area with her husband. In 1988 she gave birth to the light of her life, her son Michael. She was a stay at home mom for a while to raise Michael. Then like all stay at home moms, she got the itch to go back to work. She started at The Town of Halfmoon as a senior typist in the planning department. She met and loved all of her co-workers “at the town”. She and Cosmo would go on cruises to the Bahamas with her friends from the town. In January 2015, Mildred and Cosmo both retired from their jobs and in June of 2015 set out to live in Arizona where their son lives. She is now at home with the lord, her mother, father and brother (Ron Watkins) and her 2 golden retrievers Sammy Dog & Freddy “T”. She is survived by her husband Cosmo, her son Michael, her sister Linda Bennett and countless other family and friends.

In lieu of flowers please make donations to:

Faith Hospice 426 N 44th ST SUITE 405 Phoenix Arizona 85008


HonorHealth Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center. Please send your donation made out to: HonorHealth Foundation, 8125 N Hayden Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85258. 100% of all contributions will support patient care.


23 February

Memorial Service

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Valley of the Sun Mortuary & Cemetery

10940 East Chandler Heights Rd
Chandler, AZ 85248


Mildred Ann Pascuzzi

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Shirley Berben

February 15, 2019

Cosmo and Michael
My deepest sympathies to you both.....Milly and I had many great times together she was a great gal and I always enjoyed being in her company.
My thoughts and prayers are with you both.
Love Shirley

Kevin Harris

February 15, 2019

Your smile and laughter always made me feel warm and welcome all my life. You certainly did the same when we saw each other 2 years ago.
You will be dearly missed .

My sincere condolences to Cosmo and Michael and the rest of the family
Milly was a great cousin , and friend and will be in my fond memories for ever.

Roseann Reynolds

February 10, 2019

Cosmo & Michael,
I am still at a loss for word on the sudden death of Milly. She was my shining light, she got me thru my Mom's passing & Jim's open heart surgery. She talked me off the ledge as she called it when I was stressed. I shall always remember her laughing about how many steps she has to go up to the new place dragging her groceries. I told her make the "boys" carry it and she just laughed. I cherish the many memories we shared and was honored to have her in my wedding. I shall mostly miss the time I could just pick up the phone and talk to her. As I always told her she was the best cousin anyone could have.
Treasure your memories .
God Bless

Lynnie Bennett

February 9, 2019

A sister is someone you love for all time, she's your best friend, your advisor (although I advised more-big sister) and with love in her heart and a smile on her face- my sister is someone that never can be replaced. Milly was like no one else. She was impossible to define but she was the BEST little sister anyone could hope for. I am going to miss our 3 hour Wednesday chats BUT most of all I am going to miss my sister. Gone too soon. My thoughts and prayers to Cosmo and Michael.

Linda mckeown

February 9, 2019

Cosmo and Michael .
So sorry for your loss. I fondly remember Millie and our "wild days" playing softball for the Hayloft.
Her memory will always be in our hearts.

Gloria Hamilton

February 8, 2019

A limb has fallen from our Family Tree,
My mind is at ease, my soul is at ease,
Remembering all, how I truly was bless.
Continue traditions, no matter how small,
Go on with your life, don't worry about the fall,
I will miss you dearly, so keep up your chin.
Until the day comes we're together again.

My cousin Milly was a beautiful person inside and out. Milly had a way with words that would make you laugh. Milly once said to me I was her "rock", I listened and gave her some advice and I know it helped her at times. In my last email from her she wrote we live to die and we will see each other in heaven. She loved her family and friends. The strength that she wrote in her email to me, she was my "rock" at a difficult time of hearing she was ill. When Milly was younger, she was full of energy and ran here and there with her red hair flying in the air. Once she was on crutches and she was flying down the street with the crutches in the air as well. I have wonderful memories, I have a image in my mind of her sitting in my living room the day before she moved to Arizona. With my heartfelt condolences to Cosmo, Michael and her sister Linda. As I write this condolences to her nieces, nephews and her cousins as well. Our Love For Milly will be in our hearts/ memories and when we think of her, she is near to us. God Bless! Cousin Gloria

Debra Eichholtz

February 8, 2019

Debra Eichholtz

February 8, 2019

Only the good die young. Love you, Debbie Be Gay

Louise Jarmac

February 8, 2019

Milly was one of the best sister-in-laws ever. We always had fun together & was always there when you needed her. She will really be missed by all of us.
Milly, I will always remember what a great mother & wife you were to Michael & Cosmo.
Love you.

Denise Mikol

February 8, 2019

My Dearest Friend Milly,

Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us every day, unseen, unheard, but always near. Still loved, still missed. I cherish our friendship, our laughter, our secrets and giggles and the hardships we shared loosing our Mom's together. You will always be remembered as a happy, funny, devoted Mom and Wife. Rest in peace my dear confidant until we meet again. Heart felt, deep sympathy to Cosmo and Michael.

Love Denise Mikol, Halfmoon Co-worker