OBITUARY

Russ Pisorchik

August 7, 1944May 11, 2019
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Russell Pisorchik “Russ”, 74 passed away peacefully in his sleep on May 11th, 2019. He was born in Newton New, Jersey and attended Roxbury High School. He was an accomplished football player and a champion wrestler. He moved to Florida in the late 70’s and built his lifelong business. Residential Auto was a staple in the New Port Richey community for the last 38 years. He was an avid golfer and loved to fish. Russ was a friend of Bill for the last 13 years, never met a stranger, and loved to talk. His passion for Christ was evident in everything that he did.

Russ is survived by his loving wife Donna of 26 wonderful years; his children - son, Chad & daughter-in-law, Lisa; daughter, Janel; son - Greg Rice and daughter Bridget Rice; grandchildren Andrew, Nick, Lincoln, Kayleigh, Laila and Corey.

Gathering of family and friends will be Thursday, May 16, 2019 from 2-5pm with a memorial service beginning at 5pm at Meadowlawn Funeral Home in New Port Richey, Florida.

Services

  • Gathering of Family and Friends Thursday, May 16, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Thursday, May 16, 2019

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carol schmidt

May 17, 2019

To quote Winnie the Pooh, How lucky I am to be so sad in saying good-bye to someone. Russ you left your mark here on earth and have made many lives better. To all the friends and family - carry on the spirit and making lives better as he lives on in all of us.

Good-Bye my friend, until we meet again.

Love always, Carol

Corey Walters

May 16, 2019

Jaju you are going to be missed love you and you have no idea how much we did together but everybody and you even know that you are in a better place and you were amazing and I love you hope you are having a fun time and you are always going to be on my shoulder 24 hours and I love you and you will be missed

FRAN AND NICK SAFINA

May 16, 2019

Dear Russ;
You were a part of our Florida family.
We had good times and a lot of laughs when we were together in Florida and New York.
Nick and I will always be there for Donna, the children and the grandchildren.
May your Soul Rest In Peace, Amen.
Love you.
fran and Nick

Pat Hinch

May 16, 2019

I met Russ in 1962 when I moved to Roxbury NJ. We were in Roxbury High together. Russ made anyone feel welcome, it was hard to change schools at 15. We stayed friends right on. Through Russ I met Donna and we became very good friends. Donna called me one day about 4 years ago, hey Pat you want a weekend guest, Russ needs a place to stay while he is in Jersey. I said sure. Thank you Donna for letting me spend time with Russ, we talked about the good old days. He was the good old meatball we all new and loved. That great sense of humor and smile. We talked on the phone over the past 4 years. Russ you will be missed.

Lisa Stuart

May 15, 2019

From the moment that I met Russ, it was like I knew him forever! I've been blessed to know such an awesome man like him! He always had a big open hug and kiss for me! Always told me he loved me! He's going to be greatly missed! But I know one day again I will see him when the Lord calls me home!

“Sista Kate” Dyshanowitz

May 15, 2019

Brother Russ, I know where you are you are in great company. I will miss those bear hugs. You will always be with us forever in our hearts❤️ Rest now, “Brother Russ”. Love you! Donna we have your back!

Lois Hartman

May 14, 2019

Mole's Wife here! What a pleasure to have known and be known by you Donna and Russ. You, Russ, always made me feel like one of your "old" friends and always remembered me when talking to Bob. Evey now and then, I'd get this strange call on my cell and it was you trying to find Bob. I truely apperciated our fun conversations. :-) You have left a HUGE hole in our lives and we will always miss you.
My heart goes out to you, Donna. Know we are always here for you and calls from you are very welcome and hope for. Huges to you with sincere sympathy and Love. Lois

bob hartman

May 14, 2019

Russ and I go back to High School days when we played football together, he rolled on the mats and I played with the b-ball. Many fond memories came from our cruise together with family. Russ and I did not find a soul on the top-less deck. Udder disappointment. To the year Lois and I spent our 50th anniversary trip visiting classmates, we remember it fondly. The last few years He and I conversed frequently on every topic. He will be missed by all, espcially Donna. Donna words cannot express the way I feel about you and Russ. To the family, our deepest heartfelt sympathy

Russ until we meet again rest in peace. Mole to Meatball beep beep

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