OBITUARY

Victor Anthony Pagnotto

June 7, 1918April 14, 2018

Victor A. Pagnotto, age 99, of Sarasota, passed peacefully surrounded by his family on Saturday, April 14, 2018. He was born June 7, 1918 in Jersey Shore, Pennsylvania to the late Anthony and Margaret (Guariglia) Pagnotto. He married Mary Pagnotto in 1946. Victor was a hard working father and husband for his family. He ran the Load Control Center for the Philadelphia Water Department for over 30 years. Victor served in the US Navy during WWII as a Lt. Commander. He loved baseball and was a proud Phillies Fan.

He was preceded in death by his devoted wife of 71 years, Mary B. Pagnotto and his brothers and sisters.

He is survived by; daughter, Toni M. (Mike) Traczuk; son, Charles (Karen) Pagnotto; grandsons, Ryan, Chris, Matt, Mark; great grandchildren, Brigid, Aidan, Cian, Mike, Mia, Brady, Brooke. Those who were close to him knew him as, "Peaslee" or "Uncle Peaslee" that will be dearly missed.

Funeral services will be conducted Friday, April 20, 2018 at 11:00 am in the Legacy Chapel at Palms-Robarts Funeral Home & Memorial Park, with Deacon Kevin McKenney officiating.

In lieu of customary remembrances, the family suggests donations made in his name to: Christ Child Society of Sarasota or Bay Pines Healthcare System Fisher House.

Expressions of sympathy may be offered at: www.palmsrobartsfuneralhome.com

  • FAMILY

  • Anthony Pagnotto, Father
  • Margaret (Guariglia) Pagnotto, Mother
  • Mary B. Pagnotto, Devoted Wife of 71 years
  • Toni M. & Mike Traczuk, Daughter & Husband
  • Charles & Karen Pagnotto, Son & Wife
  • Ryan, Chris, Matt, Matt, and Mark, Grandsons
  • Brigid, Aidan, Cian, Mike, Mia, Brady and Brooke, Great Grandchildren
  • DONATIONS

  • Christ Child Society of Sarasota or Bay Pines Healthcare System Fisher House.

Services

  • Funeral Service Friday, April 20, 2018
REMEMBERING

Victor Anthony Pagnotto

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Toni Traczuk

April 17, 2018

My Daddy... the best dad ever. I will miss you SO much.. was so hoping for a big 100th celebration with you.. but we will have a celebration of life on your special day..
My fondest memories are whenever I would bring you spaghetti and meatballs.. you would smile at me and say wow you made that... each and every time.. it was so special to see that smile.
Love you dad..
Xxoo

FROM THE FAMILY