Helen Josephine Dipasquale

September 29, 1936April 14, 2021

Helen DiPasquale went home to our Lord on April 14, 2021 at the age of 84.

Helen met her husband, Santo, in 1959 at a Catholic Dance in Seattle, WA. They married April 30, 1960. The couple relocated to Huntsville, AL. In 1965, the family moved to Merritt Island, FL.

In addition to being a dedicated and loving mother, Helen also loved attending church. Throughout her entire life, she held an unwavering faith in God as a Catholic.

Helen joins her husband of 49 years, Santo, and her son, Charles, in Heaven. She is survived by her children Salvatore, Anthony (Laura) and Eva, and her grandchildren, CJ and Izzy.

Visitation will be held on May 7, 2021 at 6:00pm at Life Event Center at Florida Memorial. Funeral Service will be held on May 8, 2021 at 10:00am at Divine Mercy Catholic Church. Committal Service will be held on May 8, 2021 at 11:30am at Florida Memorial Gardens. Reception will be held immediately after at the Life Event Center at Florida Memorial.


7 May


6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Life Event Center at Florida Memorial

5950 South US Highway 1
Rockledge, Florida

8 May

Funeral Service

10:00 am

Divine Mercy Catholic Church

1940 North Courtenay Parkway
Merritt Island, Florida

8 May

Committal Service

11:30 am

Florida Memorial Gardens

5950 South US Hwy 1
Rockledge, Florida

8 May


12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Life Event Center at Florida Memorial

5950 South US Highway 1
Rockledge, Florida


Helen Josephine Dipasquale

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Joan O'Brien Gerdes

April 22, 2021

Helen was a sweet, and often shy person. She was always a dear first cousin, but since she lived with us in our Seattle home all through high school at Holy Angels in Seattle, and until she married Sandy, she was even more like a beloved sister. She loved our grandparents, Fred and Eva Fischer, but was especially close to our grandmother who loved and raised her as her own child.

Kathleen Kirschner

April 16, 2021

Helen use to live with the O'Brien's in Seattle when she was in high school. She and I shared a bedroom.
I remember when my brother, Al, broke his arm and couldn't deliver his newspapers due to his injury. So, Helen and I took on the job! What an ordeal. Those huge Sunday papers in those days weighed a TON! She and I, with two delivery bag holders over our shoulders and an address list, traveled all over my brothers huge route on Queen Anne Hill. With all those hills, we sure got our exercise together. She was a wonderful cousin, and I always will have a special place for her in the corner of my heart. Her life was not an easy one , but she was loved.