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Obituary for Robert Q. Pasquini
Robert Quinto Pasquini, 84, of Ludlow was called home to be with God on Thursday May 21, 2020. Born and raised in Ludlow to the late Quinto and Lena (Vivier) Pasquini, he was a graduate of Ludlow High School, attended Springfield College and served in the U.S. Naval Reserves. At Ludlow High School, Bob achieved several school records in football and holds the Western Massachusetts record of eight touchdowns in a single week. He was truly honored to be elected into the Ludlow High School Athletic Hall of Fame in 2013. Bob worked at Friendly Ice Cream Corp. for over 30 years and during this time was also a “call firefighter” for the Town of Ludlow. Bob volunteered his time as Head Usher at the former St. Mary of the Assumption church. Bob was a true gentleman and a kind, kind person. He will be truly missed by his loving family and friends. He leaves his beloved wife of 61 years Doris (Lyndon) Pasquini of Ludlow; cherished daughters Suzanne Cristina and her husband Thomas of Suffield, CT, Karen Kunis of Tampa, FL and Cynthia Pasquini of Ludlow. Bob was so very proud of his two grandsons Michael Cristina of Westport, CT and Gregory Cristina of Norwalk, CT. He also leaves his caring brother Richard Pasquini and his wife DuAnne of Ludlow; sister-in-law Elizabeth Pasquini of Chicopee; and several nephews. Sadly, Bob was predeceased by his brothers Raymond and Ronald. Bob was able to continue enjoying life’s fun times in recent years with the help of his family, friends and special caregivers Lori, Tracey and Megan. Bob's funeral arrangements are entrusted to Ludlow Funeral Home. A public walk through visitation will be held on Thursday May 28, from 10:00am-11:30am at the Funeral Home, adhering to State and Local guidelines in regards to no contact, social distancing and PPE. Following the walk through, all are welcome to attend the service at St. Aloysius Cemetery where Bob will be laid to rest. In lieu of flowers, it is the wish of Bob’s family that donations be made in his memory to: Beat Parkinson’s Today or St. John the Baptist School.