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Celebrating the life of
Anita B. Pascual
Passed away on December 31, 2018
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • Visitation
  • 11:00am to 12:00pm - Saturday, January 05, 2019
  • St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church
  • 11500 Middleground Road (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31419

  • 925-4725
  • Mass of Christian Burial
  • 12:00pm - Saturday, January 05, 2019
  • St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church
  • 11500 Middleground Road (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31419

  • 925-4725

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Nita was the best neighbor one could have. Now she is with Norman in heaven. God bless. The Woodward family

John and Tricia Woodward, Savannah, Ga

We are so deeply sadden by the Passing of Aunty Nita. I have lots of fond memories of Tita Nita, Tito Norman, Bobbie, Nook and Rina. I spent many sleep overs at their house. I specially remember their bowling nights with my Mom and Dad where they would leave us kids in one house. I will truly miss Tita Nita and wished I got to visit her one more time.

Jerry, Beth and Jobeth Pascual, American Canyon, Ca

We are deeply saddened by the passing of Auntie Nita. We pray that in the midst of this sorrow, may you find comfort in all the joyful memories shared. She will truly be missed!

Ray and Ayn Antonio, San Francisco, CA

Martin and I send our thoughts and prayers to our cousins Bobbie and Joan, Nook and Liz and Rina and to their children. I have so many memories of her, your Dad, my parents and all of us in Singapore. Arayat And Lavista., Christmas at Lolo Mado- summers swimming. You are all in our prayers and she will be missed.

Martin and Gina Katigbak, Portland , OR

To my Ninang We don’t only share the same birthday but my middle name is Anita. We will always remember you. Hugs and kisses to Dad and Tito Norman in heaven. Love Alvernia Anita Pascual Silva. (Alvie)

Alvie , Concord, Ca

Nita, the memories we shared together in Singapore will be cherished forever. Hug Norman, Momong and Ating Mita for me. Joyce

Joyce Pascual, Concord,

Mientras las palabras no logran a expresar “el dolor “ de perder a un ser querido, esperamos el momento en gue las palabras no pueden expresar “la alegría “ de que nuestro Padre Celestial le devuelve a su ser querido (Juan 5: 28 y 29) Para saber más, visita www.jw.org

Jacqueline C., Loganville , Ga

We will always remember Anita's kindness to us when we first moved to the "low country". Anita opened her house and heart to us and we shared many good times together. We hope that she will find peace with Norman in the ever after. Our hearts and condolences go out to Bobby, Vernon and Rina. Love, Tita Monia and Tito Rich.

Harmonia and Richard White, BLUFFTON, SC

We will miss you, Tita Nita. Now you can laugh and tell stories with Tito Norman and play quaho with Mom. Thank you for all your generosity to our family. We love you. Gigi and Michael

Ginette Castro, Rochester , MA

I am going to miss you Auntie Nita. My Sympathy to my cousins Bobby, Nook & Rina. God bless

Jeannette luna, Daly City, Ca

It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Anita Buenviaje Pascual on December 31, 2018.  With family by her side, she quietly joined her husband, Norman A. Pascual in heaven.

Born February 8th, 1932 in Bacolor, Pampanga, Philippines, she was the youngest daughter to the late Salvador, Sr. and Felicidad Santos Buenviaje. She attended the University of the East in Manila, Philippines where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Economics.  Upon her marriage to Norman with two young boys in tow, moved to Sarawak, Borneo.  That was the start of her adventurous life of travel.  After the birth of Carmina, the family moved to Singapore.  It is there that she got ‘hooked’ on bowling.  Winning many accolades and awards, she was considered one of the best lady bowlers in Singapore boasting a perfect 300 score.  After a move to the Philippines and New Jersey, the family settled in Savannah in 1980 and called it home.  Her penchant to travel continued with numerous cruises and continent hopping. She made many friends on the tennis courts as well as through the Fil-Am association.  Her greatest accomplishment was being a loving Wife, Mother, Grandmother (Lola) and Great Grandmother (Lola Lola).  She will be deeply missed but her spirit and memory will always be in our hearts.  Survivors to cherish her memory are her children Robbie (Joan), Vernon (Liz), and Carmina, her Grandchildren Jude, Carolyn, Jana, Jill, Jeremy, Christie, Josh and Matthew, and her great grandchildren Kamori, Sydney, RJ, Lucas and Alistair.

The family will receive friends from 11am -12pm proceeded by a mass at 12 and reception.   Visitation and mass will be held at St. Francis Cabrini Catholic Church on Middleground Road in Savannah, GA on Saturday, January 5th, 2019.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests remembrances be made in her memory to their favorite charity.

 

 

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Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Nita was the best neighbor one could have. Now she is with Norman in heaven. God bless. The Woodward family

John and Tricia Woodward, Savannah, Ga

Candle tribute lit by Jerry, Beth and Jobeth Pascual — California

We are so deeply sadden by the Passing of Aunty Nita. I have lots of fond memories of Tita Nita, Tito Norman, Bobbie, Nook and Rina. I spent many sleep overs at their house. I specially remember their bowling nights with my Mom and Dad where they would leave us kids in one house. I will truly miss Tita Nita and wished I got to visit her one more time.

Jerry, Beth and Jobeth Pascual, American Canyon, Ca

Candle tribute lit by Ayn Antonio — California

We are deeply saddened by the passing of Auntie Nita. We pray that in the midst of this sorrow, may you find comfort in all the joyful memories shared. She will truly be missed!

Ray and Ayn Antonio, San Francisco, CA

Candle tribute lit by Dinah W Pascual — Oregon

Martin and I send our thoughts and prayers to our cousins Bobbie and Joan, Nook and Liz and Rina and to their children. I have so many memories of her, your Dad, my parents and all of us in Singapore. Arayat And Lavista., Christmas at Lolo Mado- summers swimming. You are all in our prayers and she will be missed.

Martin and Gina Katigbak, Portland , OR

Candle tribute lit by Alvie — California

To my Ninang We don’t only share the same birthday but my middle name is Anita. We will always remember you. Hugs and kisses to Dad and Tito Norman in heaven. Love Alvernia Anita Pascual Silva. (Alvie)

Alvie , Concord, Ca

Candle tribute lit by Rowena Santos — California

Nita, the memories we shared together in Singapore will be cherished forever. Hug Norman, Momong and Ating Mita for me. Joyce

Joyce Pascual, Concord,

Mientras las palabras no logran a expresar “el dolor “ de perder a un ser querido, esperamos el momento en gue las palabras no pueden expresar “la alegría “ de que nuestro Padre Celestial le devuelve a su ser querido (Juan 5: 28 y 29) Para saber más, visita www.jw.org

Jacqueline C., Loganville , Ga

We will always remember Anita's kindness to us when we first moved to the "low country". Anita opened her house and heart to us and we shared many good times together. We hope that she will find peace with Norman in the ever after. Our hearts and condolences go out to Bobby, Vernon and Rina. Love, Tita Monia and Tito Rich.

Harmonia and Richard White, BLUFFTON, SC

We will miss you, Tita Nita. Now you can laugh and tell stories with Tito Norman and play quaho with Mom. Thank you for all your generosity to our family. We love you. Gigi and Michael

Ginette Castro, Rochester , MA

I am going to miss you Auntie Nita. My Sympathy to my cousins Bobby, Nook & Rina. God bless

Jeannette luna, Daly City, Ca

Candle tribute lit by Jeannette Pascual Luna — California


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