Fernando Casauay Pizan

May 30, 1956March 24, 2021

Surrounded by those who loved him the most, Fernando “Boy” Pizan peacefully went on to be with the Lord on Wednesday, March 24th, 2021 at the age of 64 after a hard-fought battle with COVID. He was a beloved son, brother, husband, father, grandfather, uncle, and friend. He will be most remembered for his love of singing and playing the drums, being the funny guy with his endless jokes, and for his kind heart and generosity.

Fernando was born in Camalaniugan Cagayan, Philippines to Lilia and Antonio Pizan. He was the loving older brother to Danny Pizan, Roan Pizan, Robin Pizan, and Maria “Girlie” Pizan Sarco. The Philippines is where he would meet the love of his life Luisita “Lucy” Pasicolan. They would later on be blessed with their first-born son Christian, twins Rachelle and Rambo, and identical twins Liberty and Emerald. Together, they created a life full of endless joy and laughter but most of all, love.

Fernando emigrated to the United States in 1988. His journey in the US included Alaska where he worked on a fishing boat; Seattle, Washington where his parents and siblings ultimately made their home; and Brooklyn, New York where Fernando attended New York Allied Medical Institute to become a Pharmacy Technician. Las Vegas, Nevada became his forever home in May of 1997. For 17 years, Fernando worked at Express Scripts, formerly Medco Health Solutions.

Fernando was very gifted in music. He was able to listen to a tune and instantly play it back on the keyboard or guitar with ease. He played as the drummer for a band he created along with his friends for many years. His love for music was handed down to his children. Fernando and Lucy enjoyed singing karaoke and no party celebrated at their home was ever without singing and dancing. His retirement years were spent traveling around the world and making treasured memories with his dearest Lucy.

Out of all of the roles that Fernando had, being a grandpa was his absolute favorite and most cherished. He would do anything to bring a smile to the faces of his grandchildren. He will be greatly missed by Maya, Rocky, Hana, Lina, Aria, and Dylan.


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Matea Baricaua

April 14, 2021

"Boy", as he has been affectionately called by his family, relatives, and friends was welcomed with wide open arms when he became a member of the Pasicolan Family through his marriage with the former Luista Pasicolan.
Boy will be remembered as a funny man who loves to tell jokes. His infectious smile will be truly missed. Our memories of Boy will forever remain in our hearts.
May he rest in peace and play drums with the angels.
All our Love, The Baricaua families and the Vitug ohana.


April 11, 2021

Family is forever in Christ. I treasure our kinship by in-law affiliation, but most of all, our sense of oneness in the family of God.

Manong Boy, now that you are home with the Father, we will sorely miss you - our jolly, generous, and ever willing to serve loved one.

Rest assured that the love that binds together our families will continue to grow and flourish. Paul and I will miss the family road trips from LV to San Francisco, to Sta. Barbara and other places where you and Manang Lucy brought us.

Surely, we will see you again, "when the roll is called up yonder" in Christ Jesus. Good-bye for now, but you will be in our hearts,

Chris Pizan

April 8, 2021

Dad, at times we may have not seen each other eye to eye but I respected you a lot. I inherited some of your bad habits from road rage, falling asleep while watching tv, to foods we know we’re supposed to limit :). However, I also inherited many of your great qualities such as your sense of humor, how much you put family first, and more importantly the love you have for your wife (mom). The girls and I miss you a lot. Hana still remember and repeat some of your funny Ybanag words. Dad, there are many things that remind us of you. Some brings us tears but most brings us to laughters as if you were there laughing right beside us. Please continue to watch over us. Guide me throughout my career and be my guardian angel. Love ya dad. Until we see each other again. I’ll bring the basketball!

Luz Hannon

April 7, 2021

Fernando was a dee Jay at 2 of our homes on Halloween with friends from medco he will be remembered by us always


April 5, 2021

“Good men do not really die. The memories of them linger ever more when they are gone”.
Bayaw Boy, you are indeed one of the few loved ones, who left behind a lasting noble impression to us, for being so thoughtful, loving and generous in-law. I cannot forget that one instance you came home to the Philippines as Balik-Bayan with Manang Lucy. In your delight to see me, you stripped off yourself from your newly bought casual pair of shoes (Sperry-Top-Sider) and joyfully gave it to me. Later on, I learned that you went back to the US with just an ordinary pair of slippers, passing through the Philippine Immigration row till you reached your final destination.
You were indeed so selfless and willing to empty yourself for others. Thank you so much for your untiring effort and labour of love, in which, twice you drove for me and my wife (Sim) in 2010 and 2019 from LV to San Francisco, California and all around Nevada State.
We miss your jolly and very accommodating personality that can easily make us find a home and comfort in you. Thank for the great moments we had with you and my siblings in our home at Los Banos, Laguna in 2015 and 2018. We had a memorable family get together party, full of fun and merriment, alongside with your favourite Kenny Roger (Lucille), ABBA (Fernando) and Julio Iglesia (Hey) song renditions we did together.
One reality that consoles me is that we will see each other again in eternity because you entrusted your life to Jesus as your Lord and Personal Saviour. In HIM, there is resurrection from the dead. John 11:25,26. Adios Bayaw Boy. Till we meet again.

Liberty Fortich

April 4, 2021

I love you so much Dad! We had such a tight bond because I was always Daddy’s girl. You called me your pet lol and I always laughed when you did. You were so proud of me when I became and flight attendant and I’m so happy that you took advantage of your flight benefits. I just wished that we would have had more time to travel together. I would always text you when I wasn’t home just to see how you were doing and you loved that! I miss being able to come over your place just to have dinner and talk about random stuff. I miss hugging, kissing, and just seeing you. My favorite memory of us would be the Father & Daughter dance at my wedding. It will be a memory I will cherish for the rest of my life. I cannot wait till the day that we will see each other again in Heaven. I’ll keep you in my heart, always!

Ruth-Ann Gilstrap

April 4, 2021

Thank you, Manung Boy for staying in touch with me all these years, until Michael, Hannah and I moved to Las Vegas in 2015. You and your family welcomed us wholeheartedly into your fold. With fondest memories of your love, laughter, food, drinks and music, may your soul rest in peace.

Emerald Pizan

April 4, 2021

I love you dad and miss you so much! I miss your sense of humor and your love for music. I miss how you enjoyed having our whole family together for days like today. Happy Easter Dad in Heaven. One day I will see you again in paradise. I know you’ll be watching over us as we grow and as we go about our lives. You’ll never be forgotten!