OBITUARY

John S. Pavone

January 23, 1964June 13, 2021
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John Salvatore Pavone, age 57, of Hackensack, NJ passed away on Sunday, June 13, 2021.

He was born in Astoria, NY on January 23, 1964. John received a Masters Degree from Hunter College. He was married to Bonnie Pavone on September 1, 1994.

John had a career in Social Work for LifeSpire.

He had a passion for music, art, cooking, loved old movies, reading, spending time with his nieces and nephews, and his big fat cat; Mittens.

He was survived by his wife, Bonnie; his four sisters: Camille Ramos, Bernadette Orellana, Gabrielle Pavone and Victoria Helmick; his brother-in-laws: Oscar, Chad and Richie; his 4 nieces: Nicole, Gina, Lindsay and Elizabeth; and his 3 nephews Jeremy, Ian and James.

A visitation for John will be held Wednesday, June 16, 2021 and on Thursday, June 17, 2021 from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Frederick Funeral Home, 192-15 Northern Boulevard, Flushing, NY 11358.

In lieu of flowers donations would be appreciated in memory of John Salvatore Pavone to Peter Frampton Myositis Research Fund ( www.HopkinsMyositis.org )

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.frederick-fh.com for the Pavone family.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, June 16, 2021

  • Visitation

    Thursday, June 17, 2021

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Eddie Orellana

June 15, 2021

Johnny was so even-tempered with a great sense of humor. I never remember him getting mad at anything. He was always interested in hearing how you were doing, while downplaying the great things he did as a social worker and musician. I remember Johnny and Bonnie invited the Orellana family over to the apartment, because they loved sharing their time with family in friends. I took the picture I am attaching at their apartment, at a Pavone and Orellana family gathering. I want to remember Johnny with that smile on his face, maybe after making a witty remark. To Bonnie and the Pavone sisters, my sincerest condolences. I know there are so many happy memories that will console you, and Johnny is resting in peace with Mom and Dad.

Steven Gaffner

June 15, 2021

John May you Rest In Peace . You will be missed by all . You are now at peace and your suffering is over . You were a tremendous fighter . Bonnie was there every second for you . She will miss you so
Much but will be kept so
Busy with family and friends . You were such a great person to know . I didn’t get to see you much but were always in my mind . I always asked Wendy about you . John just Rest In Peace and will love you always. Steve Gaffner

Camille Ramos

June 15, 2021

Johnny,

I can’t believe you are gone!! Being Irish twins we had that special bond, a bond that will never be broken!

I will miss your smile, your laugh, our calls & texts, but most of all I will miss the love that you showered everyone with. You fought so bravely, never complaining along the way, even on your worst days! You taught me to love life, you were a true inspiration! You will forever be my hero, next to Daddy!

You will live on in my heart, you will never be forgotten! I love you Bubba. Save a seat next to you for me for when it’s my turn.
Give mom and dad a big hug and a kiss!
The sun shining will always been a sign that you are watching over us! I love you!

Camille

Bernadette Orellana

June 14, 2021

Johnny. I will always remember singing while you played piano. Listening to music and dancing in your room. You taught me to appreciate all music. I will remember as kids the fun we had playing and swimming in the pool and how you saved me when I thought I was drowning. I will always remember your talent for drawing & painting and your love of art. I will remember the Christmas eves when you opened your home to anyone & everyone. I will remember how you taught me how to cook over FaceTime during the pandemic. I have all the recipes in a book. I will remember how you opened your heart to everyone you met. You taught me not to judge people and to treat everyone will love. I will remember your jokes and how you made me smile and laugh. I will remember your strength in the face of your illness and how you rarely complained. You taught me that life is short and needs to be lived fully. I will remember how you taught me how to love unconditionally. I will try to live as you did, loving openly, laughing often, and living fully.
I know you are in a better place but I will
Miss the crap out of you!
Until we meet again ❤️💔

FROM THE FAMILY
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Always with a smile!

FROM THE FAMILY

True love

FROM THE FAMILY

Best buds from the beginning!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

Always with a smile!

FROM THE FAMILY

True love

FROM THE FAMILY

Best buds from the beginning!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY